150 Prepositions Part- 1

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Chotomo has a distinctive cleft in his chin. -------- cleft.
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Barbilla partida. a narrow area that looks like a small dent in someone's chin.

If you have 50 dollars and your sister has twice as many then she has 100. ----------- twice as many.
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el doble.

The famous surgeon went to Guatemala and fixed cleft palates. -------- cleft.
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barbilla partida. a narrow area that looks like a small dent in someone's chin.

If you have 50 dollars and your sister has "twice as many" then she has 100. --------------------- "twice as many".
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el doble.

Joseph Blatter has a distinctive cleft in his chin. -------- cleft.
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barbilla partida. a narrow area that looks like a small dent in someone's chin.

Joseph Blatter has a distinctive cleft in his chin. -------- cleft.
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barbilla partida. a narrow area that looks like a small dent in someone's chin.

Eagles often nest in a cleft in the rocks. -------- cleft.
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Grieta, hoyuelo.

The baby has a "cleft lip". -------- cleft lip.
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labio leporino.

I'm the one who has to do all the "household chores" in the house. --------------- household chores.
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quehaceres domesticos.

The earthquake created a deep "cleft" in the rock. ---------- cleft.
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Grieta, hoyuelo.

The better is yet to come.
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lo mejor esta por venir.

lo mejor esta por venir.
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The better is yet to come.

Thomas was the only blond in the family besides the mother. --------- besides.
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Aparte de, exepto de. other than, except (someone or something).

No one "besides" you has the key. ------------- besides.
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Aparte de, exepto de. other than, except (someone or something).

There were three of us besides Mary. --------- besides.
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Aparte de, exepto de. other than, except (someone or something).

There are others besides ourselves who might be interested. --------- besides.
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Aparte de, exepto de. other than, except (someone or something).

Tere was hit by a stray bullet. --------- stray.
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perdido, perdida.

There was a debate over whether or not to send troops. ------------ whether.
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Si. (condicional). used to express a doubt or choice between two possibilities.

Esme was uncertain whether to go or stay. ------------ whether.
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Si. (condicional). used to express a doubt or choice between two possibilities.

She was uncertain whether to go or stay. ------------ whether.
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Si. (condicional). used to express a doubt or choice between two possibilities.

I don't know whether they were invited. ------------ whether.
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Si. (condicional). used to express a doubt or choice between two possibilities.

They asked us whether we were married. ------------ whether.
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Si. (condicional). used to express a doubt or choice between two possibilities.

Hey, pull up your briefs, man. or hitch up your briefs, man. -------------- briefs.
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Calzones de hombre. short underpants for men or children that fit close to the body.

I don't feel comfortable today because I'm not wearing panties or knickers. ---- knickers. (UK).
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calzones, pantaletas, pantis.

I don't feel comfortable today because I'm not wearing panties or knickers. --------- panties. (US).
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calzones, pantaletas, pantis.

Hey guys, is that to much to ask?.
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Hey muchachos, es eso mucho pedir?.

Hey muchachos, es eso mucho pedir?.
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Hey guys, is that too much to ask?.

The organization fights against racial prejudice. ------------- prejudice.
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Perjuicio. an unreasonable dislike of or preference for a person, group, custom, etc., especially when it is based on their race, religion, sex, etc.

You have too many racials prejudices. ------------- prejudice.
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Perjuicio. an unreasonable dislike of or preference for a person, group, custom, etc., especially when it is based on their race, religion, sex, etc.

The republicans and their racials prejudices. ------------- prejudice.
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Perjuicio. an unreasonable dislike of or preference for a person, group, custom, etc., especially when it is based on their race, religion, sex, etc.

a bird in the (BLANK) is worth two in the bush.
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hand. ---- a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

a (BLANK) in the hand is worth two in the bush.
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bird. ---- a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

A cowboy is the same as "cowhand" right?.
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vaquero. person who tends cattle.

Veronica puzzled out the meaning of the strange phrase. ------ puzzle out.
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decifrar, encontrar el significado.

Come on Jade!, Turn a (BLANK) eye.
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blind. ----- Come on Jade!, Turn a blind eye.

Come on Jade!, turn a blind (BLANK).
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eye. ---- Come on Jade!, Turn a blind eye.

Your suitcase is (BLANK) your bed.
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on. ---- Your suitcase is on your bed.

There was no sign (BLANK) the door.
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on. ----- There was no sign on the door.

We both are doctors and we met (BLANK) a conference.
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at. ---- We both are doctors and we met at a conference.

Do you know what film is showing (BLANK) the cinema?.
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at. ----- Do you know what film is showing at the cinema?.

The actress appeared (BLANK) the stage.
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on. ----- The actress appeared on the stage.

Could you buy me some milk when you go (BLANK) town.
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into. ----- Could you buy me some milk when you go into town.

Give me a (BLANK) when you arrive at the airport.
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call. ---- Give me a call when you arrive at the airport.

Emigdio lives (BLANK) number 1931, on 223th Road Place Street.
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at. ---- Emigdio lives at number 1931, on 223th Road Place Street.

Emigdio lives at number 1931, (BLANK) 223th Road Place Street.
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on. ---- Emigdio lives at number 1931, on 223th Road Place Street.

I’m going to "Morocco" to holiday. -------- Morocco.
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Marruecos.

Have you seen that documentary (BLANK) television?.
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on. ---- Have you seen that documentary on television?.

Travelling (BLANK) train is more relaxing.
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by. ---- Travelling by train is more relaxing.

What is the reason(BLANK) having this meeting?.
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for. ---- What is the reason for having this meeting?.

She's married (BLANK) a famous movie star.
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to. ---- She's married to a famous movie star.

I listen to the radio (BLANK) my car.
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in. --- I listen to the radio in my car.

Could you ask (BLANK) the bill, please?.
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for. --- Could you ask for the bill, please?.

I have until Tuesday to "post" this letter. ----- to post. (UK).
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Mandar, enviar por correo. UK for mail (mail).

I must post this letter by Tuesday. ----- to post. (UK).
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Mandar, enviar por correo. UK for mail (mail).

She is coming back (BLANK) Friday.
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on. ---- She is coming back on Friday.

We have been waiting (BLANK) three hours.
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for. ---- We have been waiting for three hours.

They arrived (BLANK) 11 o’clock.
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at. ---- They arrived at 11 o’clock.

(BLANK) the people in Italy Italian?.
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are. ---- Are the people in Italy Italian?.

(BLANK) the people in England English?.
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are. ---- Are the people in England English?.

(BLANK) the people in Mexico Mexican?.
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are. ---- Are the people in Mexico Mexican?.

(BLANK) people happy in the Us right now?.
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are. ---- Are people happy in the Us right now?.

People (BLANK) happy in England right now.
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are. ---- People are happy in England right now.

My heart sank when I saw my test grade – I got a 54. ------- somebody's heart sinks.
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Ponerse triste o preocupado. if someone's heart sinks, they start to feel sad or worried.

to be on pins and needles... We were on pins and needles waiting to hear if we won the contest. ---------- to be on pins and needles.
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Ansioso y en suspenso. To be anxious and in suspense, usually waiting to know some important information.

to be on pins and needles... We were on pins and needles waiting to hear about the court's final desition. ---------- to be on pins and needles.
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Ansioso y en suspenso. To be anxious and in suspense, usually waiting to know some important information.

“I’m kicking myself for not traveling more when I was younger. ------- to kick yourself.
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Arrepentirse. to regret doing something.

I’m kicking myself for not booking the flight yesterday – the price just went up $200.” ------- to kick yourself.
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Arrepentirse. to regret doing something.

I was shaking like a leaf after the thief pointed me with a gun on the train.” ------- to shake like a leaf.
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Temeroso, nervioso. to be extremely afraid or nervous.

I was shaking like a leaf after I heard an explosion on the bus.” ------- to shake like a leaf.
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Temeroso, nervioso. to be extremely afraid or nervous.
to shake like a leaf= to be extremely afraid or nervous.

Quito was pumped about the new Video game that we bought this weekend, he said – it’s gonna be awesome!” -------- to be pump.
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Estar bien emocionado. to be very excited for something (usually something in the future that you are really looking forward to).

I’m pumped about the concert this weekend – it’s gonna be awesome!” -------- to be pump.
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Estar bien emocionado. to be very excited for something (usually something in the future that you are really looking forward to).

I was floored by all the help we received after our son was in a serious accident.” ----------- To be floored.
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Sorprendido. surprised and/or overwhelmed (usually in a good way).

I was floored by the good news. ----------- To be floored.
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Sorprendido. surprised and/or overwhelmed (usually in a good way).

It drives me up the wall when my brothers never answer their fucking cell phones. ------------------- Drives me up the wall.
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Me enputa. means it makes you annoyed. Other expressions for annoying situations include drives me crazy or drives me nuts.

That fucking dog is driving me nuts. ------------------- Drives me up the wall.
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Me enputa. means it makes you annoyed. Other expressions for annoying situations include drives me crazy or drives me nuts.

It drives me nuts when people answer their cell phones in English class. ------------------- Drives me up the wall.
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Me enputa. means it makes you annoyed. Other expressions for annoying situations include drives me crazy or drives me nuts.

Black people are protected by the law, irrespective of race. ------------------- irrespective of.
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sin importar. without thinking about or considering (something).

Irrespective of his strange way of talking, he's an excellent worker. ------------------- irrespective of.
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sin importar. without thinking about or considering (something).

I'm sorry, we cannot supply you pending payment. --------------------- pending.
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Pendiente. waiting to be dealt with, settled, or completed.

There are lawsuits pending against the company. --------------------- pending.
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Pendiente. waiting to be dealt with, settled, or completed.

The problem we are "up against" is a very hard to resolve righ now. --------------------------- up against.
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Enfrentando a, confrontando con, lidiando con. in a very difficult situation, or with a serious problem to deal with.

The problem we are up against is a difficult one. ---------------------------- up against.
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Enfrentando a, confrontando con, lidiando con. in a very difficult situation, or with a serious problem to deal with.

The process could take weeks, but I’m up against a deadline. -------------------------------- up against.
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Enfrentando a, confrontando con, lidiando con. in a very difficult situation, or with a serious problem to deal with. or with a serious problem to deal with.

As for Martin, he will arrive later. --------- as for.
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encuanto a, con respecto a. used for introducing a subject that is related to what you have just been talking about.

He's here, as for the others fucking guys, they'll arrive later. --------- as for.
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encuanto a, con respecto a. used for introducing a subject that is related to what you have just been talking about.

I need to speak to you vis-à-vis your homework. -------------- vis-à-vis.
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con relacion a. in relation to; compared to or relating to someone or something.

I prefer Mercedes cars vis-à-vis BMW cars. ------- vis-à-vis.
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con relacion a. in relation to; compared to or relating to someone or something.

As per your advice, I will accept their offer. ---------------- as per.
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deacuerdo a. (somewhat formal) according to, as directed by or stated in.

The work was done "as per" your instructions. ---------------- as per.
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deacuerdo a. (somewhat formal) according to, as directed by or stated in.

We must work strictly as per the law. ---------------- as per.
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deacuerdo a. (somewhat formal) according to, as directed by or stated in.

As to her mother I haven't seen her. ------------------ as to.
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encuento a. about.

As to her behaviour, I think she was wrong. ------------------ as to.
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encuento a. about.

He was uncertain as to which road to take. ------------------ as to.
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encuento a. about.

On account of her bad behavior, She will not be allowed to go to the movies. ---------------- on account of.
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por cuenta de, por la razon de. because of, for the reason of.

The game was canceled on account of the rain. ---------------- on account of.
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por cuenta de, por la razon de. because of, for the reason of.

On account of his bad behavior, he will not be allowed to play with the new toy. ---------------- on account of.
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por cuenta de, por la razon de. because of, for the reason of.

Their boat came alongside our boat. ------ alongside.
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al lado de, al costado de. along or close at the side.

Team A worked alongside Team B during construction. ------ alongside.
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al lado de, al costado de. along or close at the side.

The police car pulled up alongside of our car. ------ alongside.
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al lado de, al costado de. along or close at the side.
alongside= al lado de, al costado de. along or close at the side.

Everyone is leaving the village, bar the very old and ill. ---------------- bar. (UK).
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ecepto por. except for. barring.

They have lost every match, bar one. ---------------- bar. (UK).
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ecepto por. except for. barring.

Everyone came to the party bar Angela. ---------------- bar. (UK).
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ecepto por. except for. barring.

The new recruits will be at sea for six months, barring medical emergencies. --------------- barring.
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excepto que, a menos que, salvo que. other than (someone or something); except. used to say that something will happen. unless something else happens.

(BLANK) rain, we’ll play tennis tomorrow.
excepto que, a menos que, salvo que.
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Barring. ---- Barring rain, we’ll play tennis tomorrow.

She's going to lose the election barring a miracle. --------------- barring.
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excepto que, a menos que, salvo que. other than (someone or something); except. used to say that something will happen. unless something else happens.

It was hard to hear what the the annauncer said amid or amidset all the cheering. -------------- (amid). or. (amidst).
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en medio de. in or into the middle of (something).

I couldn’t hear her amid or amidset the noise. -------------- (amid). or. (amidst).
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en medio de. in or into the middle of (something).

We were lost amid, or amidst the wood. -------------- (amid). or. (amidst).
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en medio de. in or into the middle of (something).

The war ended circa 1917. ------------------- circa.
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alrededor de, hacia a. (used with dates) about, around, approximately. -abbreviation c.

He died circa 1270. ------------------- circa.
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alrededor de, hacia a. (used with dates) about, around, approximately. -abbreviation c.

The church is situated atop a hill. ------------------- (atop).
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en lo mas alto de. on top of.

The house sits atop a cliff overlooking the ocean. ------------------- (atop).
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en lo mas alto de. on top of.

The hotel sits atop of a hill. ------------------- (atop).
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en lo mas alto de. on top of.

He was hired as a cook-cum-dishwasher. ----------- cum.
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como tambien, ala misma vez que. used in phrases to link or join two nouns that describe a person or thing with two jobs, uses, etc.

I have a study-cum-bedroom. ----------- cum.
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como tambien, ala misma vez que. used in phrases to link or join two nouns that describe a person or thing with two jobs, uses, etc.

She is a kind of secretary-cum-receptionist. ----------- cum.
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como tambien, ala misma vez que. used in phrases to link or join two nouns that describe a person or thing with two jobs, uses, etc.

it's a sort of kitchen-cum-library. ----------- cum.
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como tambien, ala misma vez que. used in phrases to link or join two nouns that describe a person or thing with two jobs, uses, etc.

Notwithstanding their youth and inexperience, the team won the championship. ------------------ Notwithstanding.
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apesar de. como quiera. despite the fact or thing mentioned.

Notwithstanding some members' objections, I think we must go ahead with the plan. ------------------ Notwithstanding.
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apesar de. como quiera. despite the fact or thing mentioned.

Notwithstanding the low price, I don’t want it. ------------------ Notwithstanding.
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apesar de. como quiera. despite the fact or thing mentioned.

They went swimming, notwithstanding the rain. ------------------ Notwithstanding.
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apesar de. como quiera. despite the fact or thing mentioned.

Mister Martinez (re) your letter of last month. ---------------- re.
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Con respecto a, relativo a. about; on the subject of; regarding or concerning used in business and legal writing and e-mail before a word or phrase that states the subject you will be discussing.

I want to talk to you (re) the proposed meeting. ---------------- re.
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con respecto a, relativo a. about; on the subject of; regarding or concerning used in business and legal writing and e-mail before a word or phrase that states the subject you will be discussing.

It’s a TV show à- la CNN. Same style, similar content. ---------------- à la.
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al estilo de. in the manner or style of (someone or something).

Walking with a swagger à la John Wayne. ---------------- à la.
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al estilo de. in the manner or style of (someone or something).

She has her hair blonde and curly, à la Marilyn Monroe.
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She has her hair blonde and curly, à la Marilyn Monroe.

Quito likes to dance à la Michael Jackson.
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Quito likes to dance à la Michael Jackson.

I knew the truth all along. -------- all along.
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Todo el tiempo. a lo largo de. during the entire time since something began. from the very bigining.

The police knew all along who was guilty. -------- all along.
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Todo el tiempo. a lo largo de. during the entire time since something began. from the very bigining.

In lieu of flowers, the family of the deceased has requested that donations be made to the church fund. ------------------- in lieu of. (UK).
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en lugar de. in place of, instead of.

You can use your ATM card in lieu of cash. ------------------- in lieu of. (UK).
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en lugar de. in place of, instead of.

I don’t have any dollars. Can I pay euro in lieu of dollars?. ------------------- in lieu of. (UK).
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en lugar de. in place of, instead of.

As for the children, they were exhausted. --------------- as for.
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encuanto a, con respecto a. used for introducing a subject that is related to what you have just been talking about.

Why not use these remnants of wood for kindling?. -------- remnant.
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Resto, retazo. sobrante. a piece of something that continues to exist when the rest of that thing has gone, usually plural.

Some remnants of a crab, probably eaten by a bird. -------- remnant.
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Resto, retazo. sobrante. a piece of something that continues to exist when the rest of that thing has gone, usually plural.

Some "remnants" of a crab, probably eaten by a bird. ---------remnant.
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Resto, retazo. sobrante. a piece of something that continues to exist when the rest of that thing has gone, usually plural.

We're planning to go. (BLANK). in a national park this summer.
1. backpack. 2. backpacking. 3. backpacker.
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backpacking. ---- We're planning to go backpacking in a national park this summer.

We're planning to go backpacking in a national park this summer. ----------------- backpacking.
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Ir de escursion con mochila. to hike or travel with a backpack.

if it (BLANK) been for money, he would have gone to the end of the world.
(have, had).
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had. ------- if it had been for money, he would have gone to the end of the world.

if it had (BLANK) for love, she even would have got married.
(be, is are was, were, been).
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been. --- if it had been for love, she even would have got married.

if it had been hot, I would have (BLANK) to the beach.
(go, went, gone).
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gone. ---- if it had been hot, I would have gone to the beach.

if it (BLANK) been so hot today, I would have cut the grass.
(hadn't, weren't, wasn't).
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hadn't. --- if it hadn't been so hot today, I would have cut the grass.

if it had been cold, I would have (BLANK) to the movies.
(go, went, gone).
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gone. ---- if it had been cold, I would have gone to the movies.

if it (BLANK) been cold, I would have gone for a coffee.
(have, had).
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had. --- if it had been cold, I would have gone for a coffee.

if it had (BLANK) sunny, I would have gone to the park.
(be, is are was, were, been).
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been. ---- if it had been sunny, I would have gone to the park.

if it had been sunny, I would (BLANK) gone to the baseball game.
(go, went, gone).
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gone. ---- if it had been sunny, I would have gone to the baseball game.

if you had (BLANK) a good girl, I would have bought you that candy.
(be, is are was, were, been).
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been. ---- if you had been a good girl, I would have bought you that candy.

if you had been a good boy, I would have (BLANK) you that candy.
(buy, bought).
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bought. --- if you had been a good boy, I would have bought you that candy.

if you had (BLANK) on me, I would have left you.
(cheats, cheat, cheated).
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cheated. ---- if you had cheated on me, I would have left you.

If I had (BLANK) enough money with me, I would have bought it.
(have, had).
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had. ---- If I had had enough money with me, I would have bought it.

If I (BLANK) had enough gasoline in my car, I would have arrived on time to the meeting.
(have, had).
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had. ---- If I had had enough gasoline in my car, I would have arrived on time to the meeting.

If I had had enough money, I would have (BLANK) to the concert.
(go, went, gone).
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gone. ---- If I had had enough money, I would have gone to the concert.

If I had (BLANK) to the party, I would have helped my family.
(go, went, gone).
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gone. ---- If I had gone to the party, I would have helped my family.

If she had (BLANK), she would have gone to the party.
(know, knew, known).
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known. --- If she had known, she would have gone to the party.

If she had (BLANK), she would have won.
(answer, answered).
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answered. ---- If she had answered, she would have won.

If she had (BLANK), she would have cried.
(win. won).
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won. --- If she had won, she would have cried.

If she had (BLANK), they would have laughed.
(cry, cried).
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cried. ---- If she had cried, they would have laughed.

If we had (BLANK), we would have arrived on time to the wedding.
(fly, flew, flown).
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flown. ---- If we had flown, we would have arrived on time to the wedding.

If they had (BLANK), I would have finished.
(start, started).
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started. --- If they had started, I would have finished.

If she had (BLANK), she would have known.
(ask, asked).
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asked. ---- If she had asked, she would have known.

If you had (BLANK), you would have passed the exam.
(study. studied).
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studied. ---- If you had studied, you would have passed the exam.

If you had told me, I would (BLANK) come.
(have, had).
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have. ---- If you had told me, I would have come.

If they had (BLANK), we would have lost.
(scored, score).
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scored. ---- If they had scored, we would have lost.

If Kaz (BLANK) helped, we would have finished cleaning the house.
(have, had).
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had. --- If Kaz had helped, we would have finished cleaning the house.

If it had (BLANK), we would have got wet.
(rain, rained).
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rained. ---- If it had rained, we would have got wet.

If it had (BLANK), we would have gone to ski.
(snowed. snows, snow).
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snowed. ---- If it had snowed, we would have gone to ski.

If they had (BLANK), they would have come.
(remember, remembered, remembers).
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remembered. --- If they had remembered, they would have come.

If I had (BLANK) in Lisbon, I would have spoken Portuguese.
(lived, live, lives).
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lived. ---- If I had lived in Lisbon, I would have spoken Portuguese.

If I (BLANK) lived in Ingland, I would have spoken English.
(have, had).
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had. ---- If I had lived in Ingland, I would have spoken English.

If I had (BLANK) in Mexico, I would have spoken Spanish.
(lives, lived, live).
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lived. ---- If I had lived in Mexico, I would have spoken Spanish.

If I (BLANK) lived in Brazil, I would have spoken Portuguese.
(have, had).
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had. ---- If I had lived in Brazil, I would have spoken Portuguese.

If I had lived in Italy, I would have (BLANK) Italian.
(speak, spoke, spoken).
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spoken. ---- If I had lived in Italy, I would have spoken Italian.

Arrecife. a long line of rocks or coral or a high area of sand near the surface of the water in the ocean.

The "wage" is beige. ----------- wage.
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salario, sueldo, paga. is an amount of money that a worker is paid based on the number of hours, days, etc., that are worked.

Wage. is an amount of money that a worker is paid based on the number of hours, days, etc., that are worked.
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salario, sueldo, paga. is an amount of money that a worker is paid based on the number of hours, days, etc., that are worked.
wage= salario, sueldo, paga. is an amount of money that a worker is paid based on the number of hours, days, etc., that are worked.

a Caretaker is a person who cleans a building and makes minor repairs in Great Britain.
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a Caretaker is a person who cleans a building and makes minor repairs in Great Britain.

A janitor is a person who cleans a building and makes minor repairs in the United states.
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A janitor is a person who cleans a building and makes minor repairs in the United states.

I (BLANK) no key so I had to break the door lock to open the door.
(have, had).
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had. ---- I had no key so I had to break the door lock to open the door.

I had no key so I (BLANK) to break the door lock to open the door.
(have, had).
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had. ---- I had no key so I had to break the door lock to open the door.

The thief used a wire to pick the (BLANK).
(locked, lock).
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lock ----- The thief used a wire to pick the lock.
to pick a lock= to open a lock without a key, using something such as a piece of wire.

The thief used a wire to pick the (BLANK).
(locked, lock).
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lock ----- The thief used a wire to pick the lock.
to pick a lock= to open a lock without a key, using something such as a piece of wire.

The cat burglar "picked the lock". ----------- pick a lock.
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Meter un alambre a la perilla de una puerta para abrirla. to open a lock without a key, using something such as a piece of wire.

I forgot to lock up the door lock when I left, so they tried to open the door.
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I forgot to lock up the door lock when I left, so they tried to open the door.

I forgot to lock (BLANK) the door lock when I left, so they tried to open the door.
(two words)
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up. ---- I forgot to lock up the door lock when I left, so they tried to open the door.

The (BLANK) burglar picked the lock.
dog, cat, rabbit).
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cat. --- The cat burglar picked the lock.

The cat (BLANK) picked the lock.
dog, cat, rabbit, burglar).
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burglar. ---- The cat burglar picked the lock.

The cat burglar picked the lock. ----------- pick a lock.
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Meter un alambre a la perilla de una puerta para abrirla. to open a lock without a key, using something such as a piece of wire.

Teresa was hit by a (BLANK) bullet.
Perdido.
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stray. --- Teresa was hit by a stray bullet.

She and I met (BLANK) a wedding.
(two words).
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at. ---- She and I met at a wedding.

Luis Rivas said, I was really late for work today. When I got to the station, it turned out the trains were cancelled. If I had (BLANK) the trains were cancelled, I would have taken a bus.
(knows, know, known).
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known. ---- Luis Rivas said, I was really late for work today. When I got to the station, it turned out the trains were cancelled. If I had known the trains were cancelled, I would have taken a bus.

Kaz said, I got two D's and one F in my exams. If I (BLANK) worked harder, I would have got better grades.
(has, have, had).
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had. --- Kaz said, I got two D's and one F in my exams. If I had worked harder, I would have got better grades.

Patty Cervantes was a great singer when she was younger. She would have (BLANK) that TV talent show if she had entered it.
(win, won).
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won. ---- Patty Cervantes was a great singer when she was younger. She would have won that TV talent show if she had entered it.

Rene met his wife at university, and they’ve been married for 3 years now. If Rene hadn’t (BLANK) to university, he wouldn’t have met his wife.
(go, went, gone).
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gone. --- Rene met his wife at university, and they’ve been married for 3 years now. If Rene hadn’t gone to university, he wouldn’t have met his wife.

Emy said, I registered my mobile phone on a tracker website. When I lost it, I logged on to the site and they told me where it was. If I hadn’t registered my phone, it would have (BLANK) lost for ever.
(go, went, gone).
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been. ---- Emy said, I registered my mobile phone on a tracker website. When I lost it, I logged on to the site and they told me where it was. If I hadn’t registered my phone, it would have been lost for ever.

David Beckman said, I lived in Canada when I was a child and if I hadn’t lived in Canada I wouldn’t have got dual citizenship. I’m a citizen of the UK and Canada. ----------------- dual.
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double. having two parts or aspects of something.

Graciela said, If I’d woken (BLANK) earlier, I wouldn’t have missed my flight.
(out, out down)
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UP. --- Graciela said, If I’d woken up earlier, I wouldn’t have missed my flight.

Mike (BLANK) Jane’s birthday. She was upset. If Mike hadn’t forgotten Jane’s birthday, she wouldn’t have been upset.
(forget, forgot, forgatten).
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forgot. --- Mike forgot Jane’s birthday. She was upset. If Mike hadn’t forgotten Jane’s birthday, she wouldn’t have been upset.

Lalo said, I ate too much at the restaurant. I feel sick. If I hadn’t (BLANK) too much, I wouldn’t have felt sick.
comido
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eaten. --- Lalo said, I ate too much at the restaurant. I feel sick. If I hadn’t eaten too much, I wouldn’t have felt sick.

Enrique Iglesias said, I would’ve (BLANK) Ana Cornicova if I’d gone to the party.
(meet, met, meat).
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met. -- Enrique Iglesias said, I would’ve met Ana Cornicova if I’d gone to the party.

Jhon Sebastian never apologized to his wife. If he had said sorry, Maribel Guardia would have (BLANK) him?.
forgive, forgave, forgiven.
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forgiven. ---- Jhon Sebastian never apologized to his wife. If he had said sorry, Maribel Guardia would have forgiven him?.

Who said, If I’d (BLANK) up earlier, I wouldn’t have missed my flight?.
(wake, woke, woken0.
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woken. --- Graciela said, If I’d woken up earlier, I wouldn’t have missed my flight?.

There were willow trees "all along" the river banks. ------------- all along.
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Por toda la orilla de, a lo largo de. alongside.

There were palm trees "all along" the street. ------------- all along.
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Por toda la orilla de, a lo largo de. alongside.

There were thousand of people "all along" the street saying goodbye to Chespirito. ------------- all along.
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Por toda la orilla de, a lo largo de. alongside.

We're up against some serious problems, but I think we can finish the job anyway. --------------------------- up against.
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Afrontando on, enfrentando a, confrontando con, lidiando con. in a very difficult situation, or with a serious problem to deal with.

Tomorrow you'll be up against the toughest team in the league. --------------------------- up against.
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Enfrentando a, confrontando con, lidiando con. in a very difficult situation, or with a serious problem to deal with.


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