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STAY UP --------- 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.

STAY UP ------- 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.

STEP UP something. ---------- 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).

STEP UP something. -------- 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).

SUM UP something. ------ 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.

SUM UP something. ----- 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.

STIR UP ------ 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).

STIR 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).

SAVE 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.

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.

SET UP something. ----- 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).

SET UP something. ----- 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).

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

SET UP something. ------- Jane said, 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 una cita o evento. to make arrangements so that something can happen or exist.

SHAKE somebody UP -------- 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.

SHAKE somebody UP. ---------- 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.

SHAKE something UP. ------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.

SHAKE something UP. -------- 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.

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

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

PICK UP -------- Maria was worried that her son was picking up some bad habits from the other boys at school. ------ PICK UP.
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Aprender. To learn something.


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