PHRASAL VERBS With, Without 1

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Gonzalo Withly said, that red tie doesn't (- -) WITH your suit Donal - why don't you wear the green one?. ------ COME, GO, DO.
Combinar con algo, ir con a hacer juego con. if one thing goes with another, they suit each other or they look or taste good together. (see also: go together (with).
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GO WITH something. ------ Gonzalo Withly said, that red tie doesn't "go with" your suit Donal - why don't you wear the green one?. ------------ GO WITH something.
Hey Ceci, are you sure the green tie "goes with" the blue shirt?. Why don’t you try the grey one instead?. -------- GO WITH something.
Stickly Withly said, our baseball team won last week, so we’re going to (- -) WITH the same players for this week’s game. ------ CONTINUE, KEEP, STICK.
Seguir con algo o alguien, permanecer con. to do or use something as you had planned and not change to something else. (see also: keep to, stick to).
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STICK WITH something/somebody. ------ Stickly Withly said, our baseball team won last week, so we’re going to "stick with" the same players for this week’s game. ------ STICK WITH something/somebody.
Donal said, I think we'd better "stick with" our original plan. ---------- STICK WITH something/somebody.
Identifys Withly said that many women like Meghan Trainor feel unable to (- -) WITH the super-thin models in glossy magazines. ---------- IDENTIFY, COMBINE, CORRESPOND.
Identificarse con alguien, --- (=) sentirse identificado con. to feel that you are similar to someone, or to feel that you have similar feelings to someone and that you can understand them because of this.
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IDENTIFY WITH somebody. ------- Identifys Withly many women like Meghan Trainor feel unable to "identify with" the super-thin models in glossy magazines. -------- IDENTIFY WITH somebody.
I IDENTIFY WITH your way of thinking. ------- IDENTIFY WITH somebody.
Mr Barrages said that at the time the new law pass met with a (- -) of criticism. ------- DISAPPROVAL, BARRAGE, MASS.
Una gran cantidad de, una gran descarga de, una gran lluvia de. a large number of something, such as questions or comments, that are directed at somebody very quickly, one after the other, often in an aggressive way.
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a BARRAGE of something. ------- Mr Barrages said that at the time the new law pass met with a "barrage" of criticism. -------- a BARRAGE of something.
The LeBarón family was caught in a BARRAGE of fire. ------- a BARRAGE of something... George Ramos said that the troops were caught in a sudden barrage of enemy fire. --------- a BARRAGE of something.
Meetmy Withly said that in Texas at the time the new law pass (- -) WITH a barrage of criticism. ------- MAKE, MEET, GO.
Encontrarse Con algo, (Meetiar Con), encontrarse con. to get a particular result or reaction.
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MEET WITH something. ------- Meetmy Withly said that in Texas at the time the new law pass "met with" a barrage of criticism. ----------- MEET WITH something.
Louise Hay first book "met with" much greater success than she’d ever expected. It was a bestseller in several countries. ------------ MEET WITH something.
Dealia Withly said, the administration must now (- -) WITH the problem of high unemployment now not with Obamacare. ------- DO, SEE, DEAL.
(DiLEAR CON Algo/Alguien). Lidiar con algo/alguien, ocuparse de, encargarse de. to take action to do something, especially to solve a problem. (see also: attend to).
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DEAL WITH something/somebody. ------- Dealia Withly said, the administration must now "deal with" the problem of high unemployment now not with Obamacare. ----------- DEAL WITH something/somebody.
I always have to DEAL WITH migraine headaches. The Texan governor said, hey Donal would you mind "dealing with" this customer’s enquiry?. I’m too busy at the moment. ----------- DEAL WITH something/somebody.
Donal Withly won’t know what to (- -) WITH himself while Melany is gone. -------- GO, MAKE, DO.
HACER CON algo o alguién. (Du Con algo o alguién), used for asking how someone uses something or spends their time.
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DO WITH somebody/something. -------- Donal Withly won’t know what to "do with" himself while Melany is gone. --------- DO WITH somebody/something.
Doctor Lee asked, what did you "do with" the magazines I put here yesterday?. You haven’t thrown them out, have you?. ------- DO WITH somebody/something.
Chargesly Withly said that Morgan Marshall company’s directors were arrested and (- -) WITH tax evasion. ------- PUT, SEND, CHARGE.
Charguear cargos Alguien Con, presentar cargos a alguién, acusar con. Accuse somebody of a crime.
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CHARGE somebody WITH something. ------- Chargesly Withly said that Morgan Marshall company’s directors were arrested and "charged with" tax evasion. ---------- (CHARGE somebody WITH something.
The police caught el chapo with a gun near the bank just after it was robbed, so they arrested him and "charged him with" armed robbery. ---------------------- CHARGE somebody WITH something.
Combinesly Withly said that Madona's music (- -) the power of rock WITH the rhythm of dance music. -------- COMBINE, CORRESPOND, IDENTIFY.
Combinar Con algo. --- (=). to mix something to something else.
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COMBINE WITH something. ------- Combinesly Withly said that Madona's music "combines the power of rock with" the rhythm of dance music. ---------------- COMBINE WITH something.
Mike Pence said, hey Donal If we "combined my talent for invention with" your marketing skills, we could form a successful business partnership. ---------------------- COMBINE WITH something.

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