PHRASAL VERBS con "A" 7

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PUT ASIDE something --------- Ibanka "puts aside" $100 a month for clothes. ---------------------- (put aside) something.
Apartar, poner aparte, poner a un lado, ahorrar. to save something or keep it available to use it later. (see also: set aside, put Away).
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Apartar, poner aparte, poner a un lado, ahorrar. to save something or keep it available to use it later. (see also: set aside, put Away).
PUT ASIDE something --------- Hugo Barba inherited some money when his grandfather died, and spent about half of it and "put the rest aside" for the future. ---------------------- (put aside) something.
SET something ASIDE --------- Hey Flavio, are you sure you’ve "set enough money aside" for your trip to Japan?. Everything’s very expensive there, you know. ---------------------- SET something ASIDE.
Poner aparte, apartar, poner a un lado, ahorrar. to save something or keep it available to use it later. (see also: set aside, put Away).
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Poner aparte, apartar, poner a un lado, ahorrar. to save something or keep it available to use it later. (see also: set aside, put Away).
SET something ASIDE --- Uncle Elias said, I "set aside" half an hour every evening to hear Erika read. ---------------------- SET something ASIDE.
LAY ASIDE. ------ Ibanka said, I had to "lay aside" my wedding plans until after my mother recovered. ------- LAY ASIDE.
Hacer a un lado, poner de lado; ahorrar. to put something on one side and not use it. to keep something to use, or deal with later.
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Hacer a un lado, poner de lado; ahorrar. to put something on one side and not use it. to keep something to use, or deal with later.
LAY ASIDE. ------- Ceci "laid aside" the book she had been reading and turned on the TV. ------- LAY ASIDE.
WALK AWAY ---------------- Failo "walked away" from a chance to play professional baseball to join the Peace Corps. ---------------------- WALK AWAY.
Rajarse de, salirse de, librarse de. to decide not to do or be involved in something If you don't like the deal, you can just walk away.
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Rajarse de, salirse de, librarse de. to decide not to do or be involved in something If you don't like the deal, you can just walk away.
WALK AWAY ---------------- Hey Robert, you can't just "walk away" from your responsibilities!. ---------------------- walk away.
WALK AWAY WITH. ---------------- Donal "walked away with" the election. ---------------------- (walk away with) something.
Salir ganador facilmente con algo. to win or obtain something easily.
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Salir ganador facilmente con algo. to win or obtain something easily.
WALK AWAY WITH. ---------------- Messi "walked away with" the gold medal. ---------------------- (WALK AWAY WITH) something.
GLANCE AT, OVER, THROUGH -------. Bolillo "glanced over" the reasons for his absence. ---------------------- glance at, glance over, glance through.
Echar un ojo o leer algo de volada. to look or read something quickly.
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Echar un ojo o leer algo de volada. to look or read something quickly.
GLANCE AT, OVER, THROUGH -------. Melany "glanced through" the newspaper. ---------------------- glance at, glance over, through.
ZIP AROUND, ALONG, etc. ------- April said, our messenger "zips around" on his scooter, picking up and dropping off packages and documents. ------------ zip (+ adverb or preposition around, along, etc)
ir zumbando, ir rapidamente. to move or go somewhere very quickly.
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ir zumbando, ir rapidamente. (zipiar A lolargo). to move or go somewhere very quickly.
ZIP AROUND, ALONG, etc. ------- Becky said, I'm just going to "zip along" to the shops - I won't be long. ---------------------- zip (+ adverb or preposition around, along, etc)
WASTE AWAY. ---------------------- If you don't eat you're just going to waste away. ---------------------- WASTE AWAY.
Consumirse, chuparse, acabarse. become thin and weak.
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Consumirse, chuparse, acabarse. DESPERDICIARSE -- LEJOS. become thin and weak.
WASTE AWAY ---------------------- Some diseases can cause people to waste away. ---------------------- WASTE AWAY.
To JERK. -------- Thomas Orak "jerked" the phone away from her. ---------------------- to jerk.
jalar con brusquedad, dar un jalón o tirón a. to move or to make something move with a sudden short sharp movement.
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jalar con brusquedad, dar un jalón o tirón a. to move or to make something move with a sudden short sharp movement.
To JERK. -------- April "jerked" the paper out of the printer. ---------------------- to jerk.
GET AWAY ------- Ibanka said, I was almost mugged but I managed to get away. --------- GET AWAY.
Fugarse, huirse, escaparse. to escape from a person or place.
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Fugarse, huirse, escaparse. to escape from a person or place.
GET AWAY ------- Paulina Rubio said, I was almost mugged but I managed to get away. --------- GET AWAY.

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