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Jane said, Our overheads went up last year, but we couldn’t put our prices up. ----------------------------- OVERHEADS.
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Gastos mensuales de un negosio. costs for rent, heat, electricity, etc., that a business must pay and that are not related to what the business sells.
Coach Chane's business has very little overheads. ------------------------------------------ OVERHEADS.
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Gastos mensuales 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 put up their interest rates. ------- PUT UP.
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Subir, Aumentar. to increase the price or value of something. (see also: go up, jack up) (British & Australian).
They're going to put up the price of gasoline in Mexico. ----------- PUT UP.
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Subir, Aumentar. to increase the price or value of something. (see also: go up, jack up) (British & Australian).
Yazmin said, we can’t put up with the heat any longer here in Dallas. We’re going to buy an air conditioner. ---------- PUT UP WITH.
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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 put up with Papioly for so long?. --------- PUT UP WITH.
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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).
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.
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.
Aunt Rose said, 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.
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.
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).
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.
Ok, TALK me UP then. ---------------------- TALK UP.
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Hablar claro. to speak more loudly.
Hector always says, everyone needs to STEP UP their efforts for the moment. ---------------------- STEP UP.
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Incrementar esfuerzos. to increase it, or to perform better or take on more responsibility.
Sahul said, I had to step up my training regime as the day of the marathon approached. ----------- STEP UP.
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Redoblar, incrementar. to increase it, or to perform better or take on more responsibility.
Teacher Martha suggests drawing up a plan to divide Diana’s work among various colleagues. --------- DRAW UP.
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Redactar. to prepare a document, agreement, contract, plan, or proposal.
Uncle Jose said, It is desirable that any important legal documents have to be DRAWN UP by a qualified solicitor. (=lawyer). ------------------ DRAW UP.
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Redactar. to prepare a document, agreement, contract, plan, or proposal.
It’ll take my laptop a couple of minutes to boot. ------- BOOT, or BOOT UP.
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Prender, encender una computadora. to start a computer.
You don't need all these applications to open every time you boot up your computer. ------- BOOT, or BOOT UP.
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Prender, encender una computadora. to start a computer.
The hotels always bump up their prices during the holiday weekend. ------- BUMP UP.
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incrementar algo, subir algo, (Bumpear Arriba). acender, hacer que algo suba.
Teacher Melany is doing some teaching in the evenings to bump up her income. ------- BUMP UP.
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incrementar algo, subir algo, acender, hacer que algo suba, Bumpear. *** BOMba ARRIBA
Edgar's wife TARTED him UP, with new clothes and freshly styled hair, before they went out. ---------------- TART UP. (UK).
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Emperifollar, emperifollarse. arreglarse, vertirse glamurosamente.
to decorate something in order to improve the way that it looks, especially in a way that other people think is ugly.
Sammy spent an hour TARTING herself UP before going out. -------- TART UP (UK).
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Emperifollar, emperifollarse. arreglarse, vertirse glamurosamente.
to decorate something in order to improve the way that it looks, especially in a way that other people think is ugly.
Danny tried to butter up his boss in hopes of getting an extra day off. -------- BUTTER UP.
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Adular, halagar. to be nice to someone so that they will help or support you.
Mantequilla Arriba
Ivan, stop trying to butter me up and just tell me what you want. -------- BUTTER UP.
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adular, halagar. to be nice to someone so that they will help or support you.
Mantequilla Arriba

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