PHRASAL VERBS up 4

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KEEP UP ----- A lot of learners have trouble keeping up with conversations because they haven’t been taught idioms, collocations and phrasal verbs. ------------------------------------------ KEEP UP.
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Seguir al mismo nivel. to make progress or learn at the same speed as someone or something.

KEEP UP ------- By studying hard Aleyda managed to keep up. ------------------------------------------ KEEP UP.
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Seguir al mismo nivel. to make progress or learn at the same speed as someone or something.

STAND UP ------ The students stand up when their teacher comes in, and they sit down again after she sits down. ------------------------------------------ STAND UP.
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Ponerse de pie. to put your body into an upright position from a sitting or lying position. (see also: get up).

STAND UP ----- In many countries, it’s customary to stand up for the national anthem. ------------------------------------------ STAND UP.
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Ponerse de pie. to put your body into an upright position from a sitting or lying position. (see also: get up).

STAND UP FOR -------The boss blamed Rosio for the mistake, but her friends stood up for her and said it wasn’t her fault. ------------------------------------------ STAND UP FOR.
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Defender. to defend something that you believe is important [e.g. principle, right], or to defend a person who is being criticized. (see also: back (sb) up, stick by).

STAND UP FOR ------ Black workers stand up for each other if anyone is accused of doing wrong. ------------------------------------------ STAND UP FOR.
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Defender. to defend something that you believe is important [e.g. principle, right], or to defend a person who is being criticized. (see also: back (sb) up, stick by).

STAND UP TO --------- Our son wants to learn Thai boxing so he can stand up to other kids at school who try to bully him. ------------------------------------------ STAND UP TO.
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Hacer frente a, resistir algo en pie. to resist somebody; to not accept bad treatment from somebody without complaining.

STAND UP TO -------- Mike was not afraid to stand up to his superiors if they had a difference of opinion. ------------------------------------------ STAND UP TO.
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Hacer frente a, resistir algo en pie. to resist somebody; to not accept bad treatment from somebody without complaining.

SPEAK UP ------- I’m sorry, but I’m a little bit deaf Christh Smith. Would you mind speaking up a bit, please?. ------------------------------------------ SPEAK UP...
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Hablar mas fuerte. to talk louder.

SPEAK UP ------- You have to speak up. The people in the back can’t hear you. ------------------------------------------ SPEAK UP.
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Hablar mas fuerte. to talk louder.

SPEED UP ------ We have to drive slowly around town, but when we get on the freeway we can speed up. ------------------------------------------ SPEED UP.
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Acelerar, subir la velocidad. to move or happen faster.

SPEED UP ----- You see drivers speeding up in the snow when they should be slowing down. ------------------------------------------ SPEED UP.
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Acelerar, subir la velocidad. to move or happen faster.

SPLIT UP ------- Can you believe it?. Ken and Barbie have split up after being married for forty years, and they’ll be getting divorced soon. ------------------------------------------ SPLIT UP.
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Dividir. to divide into smaller parts or groups, or to divide something into smaller parts or groups. (see also: break up). split up.

SPLIT UP ------ The new owners want to split the company up and sell off the parts. ------------------------------------------ SPLIT UP.
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Dividir. to divide into smaller parts or groups, or to divide something into smaller parts or groups. (see also: break up). split up...

(SPRUCE). or (SPRUCE UP) something or somebody ----- The Convention Center has been spruced up for the occasion. ------------------------------------------ (SPRUCE). or (SPRUCE UP) something or somebody.
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Arreglar, arreglarse, decorar para que se vea bien. to improve the appearance of someone or something. (see also: clean up, tidy up).

(SPRUCE). or (SPRUCE UP) something or somebody. ----- The council will spruce the town up to make it look nice for the queen. ------------------------------------------ (SPRUCE). or (SPRUCE UP) something or somebody.
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Arreglar, arreglarse, decorar para que se vea bien. to improve the appearance of someone or something. (see also: clean up, tidy up).

START UP ------- Mike Mastruany left the company last year to start up his own business. ------------------------------------------ START UP.
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Comenzar un negocio. to bring a business, organization, or project into existence. (see also: set up).

START UP --------- Richard Voughan said, One way to get rich is by starting companies up and then selling them once they’ve started making money. ------------------------------------------ START UP.
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Comenzar un negocio. to bring a business, organization, or project into existence. (see also: set up).

WRAP UP ------ olga said, wrap up Victor if you're going outside – you don't want to catch a cold. ---------- WRAP UP.
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Abrigarse. to dress in warm clothing.

WRAP UP ------ Jose Jimenez said, wrap up well son - it's cold outside. ------- WRAP UP.
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Abrigarse. to dress in warm clothing.


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