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

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

"Keep up" your good progress at school Quito. ------------------------------------------ keep up...
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"Keep up" your good progress at school Quito. ------------------------------------------ keep up...
Seguir al mismo nivel. to make progress or learn at the same speed as someone or something.

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

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

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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The boss blamed Rosio for the mistake, but her friends stood up for her and said it wasn’t her fault. ------------------------------------------ stand up for...
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).

Black workers stand up for each other if anyone is accused of doing wrong. ------------------------------------------ stand up for...
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Black workers stand up for each other if anyone is accused of doing wrong. ------------------------------------------ stand up for...
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).

You've got to stand up for yourself if you want people to respect you. ------------------------------------------ stand up for...
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You've got to stand up for yourself if you want people to respect you. ------------------------------------------ stand up for...
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).

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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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...
Hacer frente a, resistir algo en pie. to resist somebody; to not accept bad treatment from somebody without complaining.

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

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

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

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

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

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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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...
Dividir. to divide into smaller parts or groups, or to divide something into smaller parts or groups. (see also: break up). split up...

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

Essy doesn’t think about her appearance much, unless she’s going to a party or a club. Then she spruces herself up and he looks really good. ------------------------------------------ (spruce). or (spruce up) something or somebody...
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Essy doesn’t think about her appearance much, unless she’s going to a party or a club. Then she spruces herself up and he looks really good. ------------------------------------------ (spruce). or (spruce up) something or somebody...
Arreglar, arreglarse, decorar para que se vea bien. to improve the appearance of someone or something. (see also: clean up, tidy up).

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

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

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

Sandra spruced her hair, before she went out. ------------------------------------------ (spruce) or (spruce up) something or somebody.
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Sandra spruced her hair, before she went out. ------------------------------------------ (spruce) or (spruce up) something or somebody.
Arreglar, arreglarse, decorar para que se vea bien. to improve the appearance of someone or something. (see also: clean up, tidy up).

Ceci spruces up everyday to go to work. ------------------------------------------ (spruce) or (spruce up) something or somebody.
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Ceci spruces up everyday to go to work. ------------------------------------------ (spruce) or (spruce up) something or somebody.
Arreglar, arreglarse, decorar para que se vea bien. to improve the appearance of someone or something. (see also: clean up, tidy up).

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