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My son Quito (stayed up) very late last night studying for an exam. He didn’t get to bed until three o’clock. -------------------------------------- stay up.
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Quedarse tarde por la noche. to not go to bed.

Kaz is sleepy today. She (stayed up) late last night working on her website. ---------------- stay up.
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Quedarse tarde por la noche. to not go to bed.

Security at the Miami airport has been (stepped up) since the bomb scare. ---------------- (step up) something.
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Reforzar, Redoblar, incrementar. to increase the speed of a process or to do more of an activity orusually in order to improve a situation. (see also: beef up).

The police in Paris have (stepped up) their efforts to try to recover the Kardashian’s Stolen jewels. ---------------- (step up) something.
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Reforzar, Redoblar, incrementar. to increase the speed of a process or to do more of an activity orusually in order to improve a situation. (see also: beef up).

Jane said, Here in Hadady, We need to (step our marketing efforts up) and do more to boost sales. ---------------- (step up) something.
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Reforzar, Redoblar, incrementar. to increase the speed of a process or to do more of an activity orusually in order to improve a situation. (see also: beef up).

Before he’d finished his lecture, Tony Robbins (summed up) by repeating some of his main points. ---------------- sum up something.
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Resumir. to give a summary of something. to Summarize.

After (summing his ideas up), teacher Rodolfo answered some questions. ---------------- sum up something.
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Resumir. to give a summary of something. to Summarize.

Oficials said that a few troublemakers "stirred the crowd of protesters up" and made them attack the police. ---------------- STIR UP.
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Causar problemas. to cause arguments or bad feeling between people, usually on purpose. up (see also: whip up).

I think Donals just likes (stirring up) trouble. ----------------------------------- ---- stir up.
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Causar problemas. to cause arguments or bad feeling between people, usually on purpose. up (see also: whip up).

Gladys is trying to (stir things up) between you because she's jealous of your relationship. ---------------- stir up.
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Causar problemas. to cause arguments or bad feeling between people, usually on purpose. up (see also: whip up).

My daughter is (saving up) for a new mobile phone. She’s already got over a hundred dollars. ---------------- save up.
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Ahorrar. to keep money so that you can buy something with it in the future... save up.

If you want a new video game quito, you'd better start (saving up). ---------------- save up.
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Ahorrar. to keep money so that you can buy something with it in the future... save up.

Richard Voughan (set up) his first company when he was only 16 years old, and since then he’s become a very rich man. ---------------- (set up) something.
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Empezar un negocio. to start a businness, company or organization. (see also: start up).

Mister Trump said, to (set a business up), you need an idea and you need money or investors. ---------------- (set up) something.
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Empezar un negocio. to start a businness, company or organization. (see also: start up).

Could we (set up) a meeting, Ginna for some time next week?. ----------------------- (set up) something.
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Organizar. to make arrangements so that something can happen or exist.

We’ve (set up) a meeting with some of our biggest clients, and all our marketing staff are going to be there. ----------------------- (set up) something.
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Organizar. to make arrangements so that something can happen or exist.

The Lopez staff are (setting a new online system up) for selling furniture. ----------------------- (set up) something.
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Organizar. to make arrangements so that something can happen or exist.

Maria Oviedo was quite (shaken up) by the news that her husband had lost his job. ---------------- shake somebody up.
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Afectar, afectado, afectada. if an unpleasant experience shakes someone up, it makes them feel shocked and upset.

Jane was in a car accident this morning. She was quite (shaken up) by the accident. ---------------- shake somebody up.
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Afectar, afectado, afectada. if an unpleasant experience shakes someone up, it makes them feel shocked and upset.

Luckily no-one was hurt in the storm, but it (shook up) a lot of people. ---------------- shake somebody up.
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Afectar, afectado, afectada. if an unpleasant experience shakes someone up, it makes them feel shocked and upset.

After taking over the company, the new manager is "shaking things up". She’s laid off some staff and set clear performance goals for the others. ---------------- shake something up.
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Reformar, reorganizar, dar un cambio radical a algo. to make big changes to an organization in order to improve it.

A Japanese-trained manager was brought in to (shake up) the organization. ---------------- shake something up.
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Reformar, reorganizar, dar un cambio radical a algo. to make big changes to an organization in order to improve it.

Trump's government has (shaken up) the capital markets too. ---------------- shake something up.
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Reformar, reorganizar, dar un cambio radical a algo. to make big changes to an organization in order to improve it.

You must (shake up) the medicine before drinking it. ---------------- to shake up something.
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Agitar. mix by shaking.

Did you (shake up) the juice before pouring it into the glass. ---------------- to shake up something.
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Agitar. mix by shaking.

"Pick up" any new language in record time!. ---------- PICK UP.
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Aprender. To learn something.


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