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HEAD, or HEAD UP. ------ Who's going to head up the Mexican soccer team?. -------------------------------------- to HEAD, or HEAD UP.
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Liderear. Ser el capitan. to be the leader of (something).

HEAD, or HEAD UP. ------ Cesar Chavez was accused of heading the revolt. -------------------------------------- to HEAD, or to HEAD UP.
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Liderear. Ser el capitan. to be the leader of (something).

DIVVY UP. ------ Chompiras said, hey Botija, how will we "divvy up" the spoils?. ------------ DIVVY UP.
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Repartir, dividir. to divide something, especially money into two or more parts.

DIVVY UP. ------ The three brothers divvied up the inheritance in equal parts. ------------ DIVVY UP.
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Repartir, dividir. to divide something, especially money into two or more parts.

CLUTTER, or CLUTTER UP. ------ Please take your toys with you Quito. You don't need to clutter up my car. -------------------------------------- to CLUTTER, or CLUTTER UP.
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llenar de porquerías, atestar de cosas. to fill a place with too many things, so that it is untidy.

CLUTTER, or CLUTTER UP. ------ Hey kaz, I don't want all these files cluttering up my desk. -------------------------------------- to CLUTTER, or to CLUTTER UP.
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llenar de porquerías, atestar de cosas. to fill a place with too many things, so that it is untidy.

KNOCK UP --------- Martin knock me up next time you're passing and we'll have a beer. ----------- KNOCK UP.
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Despertar, llamar, visitar. to visit, to call on, to wake someone by knocking on their door.

KNOCK UP -------- I'm sorry to have to knock you up in the middle of the night. ----------- KNOCK UP.
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Despertar, llamar, visitar. to visit, to call on, to wake someone by knocking on their door.

PHLEGM. ------ After my cold I still had PHLEGM coming up for a week. ---------------- PHLEGM.
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Flema. a thick, yellowish liquid that is produced in the nose and throat especially when a person has a cold.

PHLEGM. ------ Most smokers cough more PHLEGMS up from their lungs than non-smokers. -------------- PHLEGM.
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Flema. a thick, yellowish liquid that is produced in the nose and throat especially when a person has a cold.

FLY ------ Donal's fly was down and you could see his underwear. ---------------- FLY.
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Bragueta. an opening in a piece of clothing (such as a pair of trousers, shorts, or a skirt) that is hidden by a fold of cloth and that is closed by a zipper or a row of buttons.

FLY ------ Make sure you haven’t forgotten to zip up your fly before you go on stage to give your speech. ---------------- FLY.
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Bragueta. an opening in a piece of clothing (such as a pair of trousers, shorts, or a skirt) that is hidden by a fold of cloth and that is closed by a zipper or a row of buttons.

Cumpleaños de mi mama?.
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5 de Agosto.

COME UP TO. ---------- It’s hard for others to COME UP TO the very high standards Messi sets for himself. ------------------- COME UP TO.
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Dar el ancho. dar la talla, estar al nivel. to be good enough, or as good as someone or something else. (see also: live up to, measure up).

COME UP TO. ---------- That fucking new president Donal Trump will never COME UP TO; we might as well go ahead and fire him now. --------------------------- COME UP TO.
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Dar el ancho. dar la talla, estar al nivel. to be good enough, or as good as someone or something else. (see also: live up to, measure up).

GEAR UP ------- Gear up for back to school and pay over time with paypal credit. ---------- GEAR UP.
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prepararse para. to get ready for something.

GEAR UP -------- Janny said, I'm trying to gear up for my final exams on Monday. ------ GEAR UP.
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Prepararse para. to get ready for something.

TIE UP something IN. ------ Donald said, you shouldn’t "tie all your money up in" one company’s stock. It’s better to spread it around and buy stocks in several companies. --------------- TIE UP something IN.
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Invertir a largo plazo. to invest money so that it is not easily available for use. (see also: invest in).

TIE UP sth IN ---------------Jane said that all her money was "tied up in" long-term investments, so she was short of cash. ---------------- TIE UP sth IN.
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Invertir a largo plazo. to invest money so that it is not easily available for use. (see also: invest in).

COME UP -------- The daffodils are just beginning to come up. ------- COME UP.
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Salir a la luz, salir a relucir. to appear, to rise. to be mentioned or discussed. or to be going to happen very soon

COME UP ----------- The senator knew that questions about his campaign would come up. ----------- COME UP.
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Salir a relucir. to appear, to rise. to be mentioned or discussed. or to be going to happen very soon.

The film's main character in the movie is Eugenio Derbez and he's a writer who (ESTA INVOLUCRADO EN) the violent world of drug-dealing.
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GET/BE MIXED UP IN or WITH ------- The film's main character in the movie is Eugenio Derbez and he's a writer who "gets mixed up in" the violent world of drug-dealing.

attire ------ The women are attired in colorful dresses. ------ attire.
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ataviar, vestir, vestimenta. to dress in a particular way.

TANGLE or TANGLE UP ----- My hair's got all tamgle up. ----- TANGLE or TANGLE UP.
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Enredarse. enmarañarse. to become or cause (something) to become twisted together.

TANGLE or TANGLE UP ------ This wires tangle up all the time. ------- TANGLE or TANGLE UP.
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Enredarse. enmarañarse. to become or cause (something) to become twisted together.


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