ESPRESSO ENGLISH PHVERBS Lesson 2 and 3

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Jane was really ticked off. ----- tick off.
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enputado, encabronado. to relly angry.

My boss was really ticked off. ----- tick off.
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enputado, encabronado. to relly angry.

Donal is one of those people who "flip out" when things go wrong. ---- flip out.
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Explotar de colera, ponerse como loco, ponerse histérico. to get very upset or agitated – when things go wrong. Another phrasal verb for this is freak out.

Martin has also worked with colleagues who "flip out". ---- flip out.
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Explotar de colera, ponerse como loco, ponerse histérico. to get very upset or agitated – when things go wrong. Another phrasal verb for this is freak out.

Mastruany tells Rose, try not to let Jane's comments "get to" you. ----- GET TO (somebody).
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afectar emocionalmente. If something “gets to you,” it means it disturbs you or affects you emotionally in a negative way.

Martin tells Emmy, try not to let steave's comments "get to" you. ----- get to (somebody).
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afectar emocionalmente. If something “gets to you,” it means it disturbs you or affects you emotionally in a negative way.

Emmy is worried about the next day at work, because he thinks his boss is still "fuming about" the situation. ---- fume about (something).
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Enfurecerse, enputarse, echar chispas. to stay angry for an extended period of time.

Jane is worried about the next day at work, because she thinks her boss is still "fuming about" the situation. ---- fume about (something.).
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Enfurecerse, enputarse, echar chispas. to stay angry for an extended period of time.

Rene told Mauricio, that It turned out that it was nothing to "fret about, or fret over". -------- fret about/over.
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Preocuparse, inquietarse. to worry or be concerned.

Martin advises Emmy not to "fret about" it. -------- fret about/over.
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Preocuparse, inquietarse. to worry or be concerned.

Matt wants to go to a movie that people have been "raving about". ---- rave about.
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Alabar con entusiasmo. to saying lots of excellent things about it.

Donal wants to go to see the movie Coco because people have been "raving about". ---- rave about.
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Alabar con entusiasmo. to saying lots of excellent things about it.

Carly always "fretted" when her children were late. -------- to fret.
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Preocuparse, inquietarse. to worry or be concerned.

Soco Romo said, don't "fret" honey. We won't miss the plane. -------- to fret.
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Preocuparse, inquietarse. to worry or be concerned.

I’m clueless about art, so it’s hard to find much in common. Not to mention Melissa’s parties tend to go until 4 in the morning. ---- CLUELESS.
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no tener idea sobre algo, no tener idea de algo.

Well, you could have "stopped in" for a little while and then slipped out before it got too late. ----- STOP IN.
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Pasar a hacer una visita muy corta. to make a short visit.

Nah, don’t worry, she was just curious; she doesn’t think you "blew her off" or anything. ----- blow someone off.
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to rudely ignore a person.

He was sick of being "ordered around" by his manager. Nacho quit his job because he didn’t like being ordered around. ---- To “order someone around” or “boss someone around”.
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Dar órdenes, mandonear, mangonear. to constantly give them orders and commands telling them what to do and trying to control them. It’s usually seen as a negative thing.

I hated my older sister when we were kids, because she always "bossed me around". ---- To “order someone around” or “boss someone around”.
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Dar órdenes, mandonear, mangonear. to constantly give them orders and commands telling them what to do and trying to control them. It’s usually seen as a negative thing.

Hector said, anyway, I’ve gotta "head out", I’m meeting up with Chuy in half an hour. ----- head out.
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Salir, ir de salida. to leave. The phrasal verb take off is also used in this informal way.

We’re gonna take off to the airport. ---- take off.
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irse, partir hacia. to suddenly go somewhere.

Christin "took off" without even saying goodbye. ---- take off.
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irse, partir hacia. to suddenly go somewhere.

Where did you "take off" to?. ---- take off.
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irse, partir hacia. to suddenly go somewhere.

I hated my coworker Dante, because he always "bossed me around". ---- To “order someone around” or “boss someone around”.
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Mandoner, ordenar. to constantly give them orders and commands telling them what to do and trying to control them. It’s usually seen as a negative thing.

We’re gonna "head out" to the airport. ---- hed out.
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to leave. The phrasal verb take off is also used in this informal way.

I hope it didn’t "come across as" rude that I didn’t call to let her know I wasn’t coming. --------- (come across as) something.
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Dar la impresión, parecer. to give an impression. to behave in a way which makes people believe that you have a particular characteristic. (all these are for people only).

When I met Hector he "came across as" being a good person. --------------------------- (come across as) something.
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Dar la impresión, parecer. to give an impression. to behave in a way which makes people believe that you have a particular characteristic. (all these are for people only).


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