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OVERHEADS ----- Jane said, Our overheads went up last year, but we couldn’t put our prices up. --------------------------------------------------- OVERHEADS.
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Gastos generales. costs for rent, heat, electricity, etc., that a business must pay and that are not related to what the business sells.

OVERHEADS ----- Coach Chane's business has very little overheads. ------------------------------------------ OVERHEADS.
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Gastos generales de un negosio. costs for rent, heat, electricity, etc., that a business must pay and that are not related to what the business sells.

Take out the loan Nacho before the banks, (increase), their interest rates.
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put up... Take out the loan Nacho before the banks put up their interest rates.
Subir, Aumentar. to increase the price or value of something. (see also: go up, jack up) (British & Australian).

They're going to, (increase) the price of gasoline in Mexico.
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put up... They're going to put up the price of gasoline in Mexico.
Subir, Aumentar. to increase the price or value of something. (see also: go up, jack up) (British & Australian).

We can’t, (tolerate), the heat any longer here in Dallas. We’re going to buy an air conditioner.
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PUT UP WITH. ----- We can’t put up with the heat any longer here in Dallas. We’re going to buy an air conditioner.
Soportar a, aguantar a, tolerar a. to tolerate or accept someone or something unpleasant in a patient way. (see also: stand for (used for behavior only).

How has Jane, (tolerate), Papioly for so long?.
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PUT UP WITH. --------- How has Jane put up with Papioly for so long?.
Soportar a, aguantar a, tolerar a. to tolerate or accept someone or something unpleasant in a patient way. (see also: stand for (used for behavior only).

(STOCK UP), or (STOCK UP ON) something. -------- Before the hurricane came, people went shopping to stock up on food in case they couldn’t leave their homes for a few days. ------------------------------------------ (STOCK UP), or (STOCK UP ON) something.
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Abasteserse, Surtirse. to buy a lot of something, often food or drink.

(STOCK UP), or (STOCK UP ON) something. -------- The price of gasolin’s going up soon, so let’s STOCK UP while it’s still cheap. ------------------------ (STOCK UP), or (STOCK UP ON) something.
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Abasteserse, Surtirse. to buy a lot of something, often food or drink.

BEAT YOURSELF UP. -------- Come on son, It was just an small mistake, so you shouldn't beat yourself up about it. ------------------------------------------ BEAT YOURSELF UP.
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Culparse, martirisarse. to blame yourself too much for something.

BEAT YOURSELF UP. ------ Hey look Emigdio, there's no need to beat yourself up over this, just wait another year and you'll be fine. ---------------------------- BEAT YOURSELF UP.
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Culparse, martirisarse. to blame yourself too much for something.

PUT UP -------- We've been forced to put up our prices to compete with the new supermarket. ------------------------------------------ PUT UP.
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Subir, Aumentar. to increase the price or value of something. (see also: go up, jack up) (British & Australian).

GO UP ----- The price of oil has gone up by over 50 percent in less than a year. ------------------------------------------ GO UP.
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Aumentar. to increase.


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