Learn Real English 1

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to drag... I was so sick yesterday that I barely managed to drag myself out of bed.
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resagarse, mover lentamente, cansarse. to move yourself slowly and with effort drag yourself.

to drag... Quito always drags behind when we walk anywhere.
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resagarse, mover lentamente, cansarse. to move yourself slowly and with effort drag yourself.

At the end of the race my legs started to drag.
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resagarse, mover lentamente, cansarse. to move yourself slowly and with effort drag yourself.
to drag= resagarse, mover lentamente, cansarse. to move yourself slowly and with effort drag yourself.

to drag... You can never drag him away from the television.
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resagarse, mover lentamente, cansarse. to move yourself slowly and with effort drag yourself.

overlook... Crhistin learned to overlook her boyfriend's minor faults.
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ignorar, pasar por alto, subestimar, no dar importancia. to ignor or not pay no attention to someone or something.

overlook... Gladis learned to overlook her boyfriend's minor faults.
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ignorar, pasar por alto, subestimar, no dar importancia. to ignor or not pay no attention to someone or something.

overlook... The soccer player was overlooked by other teams in ingland.
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ignorar, pasar por alto, subestimar, no dar importancia. to ignor or not pay no attention to someone or something.

overlook... Such a crime should not be overlooked.
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ignorar, pasar por alto, subestimar, no dar importancia. to ignor or not pay no attention to someone or something.

overlook... Such a crime should not be overlooked.
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ignorar, pasar por alto, subestimar, no dar importancia. to ignor or not pay no attention to someone or something.

overlook... I was overlooked for a promotion.
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ignorar, pasar por alto, subestimar, no dar importancia. to ignor or not pay no attention to someone or something.

overlook... I was overlooked for a promotion.
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ignorar, pasar por alto, subestimar, no dar importancia. to ignor or not pay no attention to someone or something.

sanctuary... Only church members are allowed in the sanctuary.
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sagrario. the room inside a church, synagogue, etc., where religious services are held, the most sacred or holy part of a religious building.

sanctuary... The sanctuary contains the altar of sacrifice.
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sagrario. the room inside a church, synagogue, etc., where religious services are held, the most sacred or holy part of a religious building.

to drag... Time dragged terribly.
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pasar lentisimo. (of time or an event) to pass very slowly.

to drag... The meeting really dragged.
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pasar lentisimo. (of time or an event) to pass very slowly.

to drag... The minutes at work dragged by.
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pasar lentisimo. (of time or an event) to pass very slowly.

drag by... The minutes at work dragged by.
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pasar lentisimo. (of time or an event) to pass very slowly.

You can expect political analysts to pick apart the governor's speech.
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You can expect political analysts to pick apart the governor's speech.
pick (someone or something) apart or pick apart (someone or something)= criticar. to criticize, to say all of the things that are bad or wrong about (someone or something).

You can expect political analysts to pick apart the governor's speech.
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You can expect political analysts to pick apart the governor's speech.
pick (someone or something) apart or pick apart (someone or something)= criticar. to criticize, to say all of the things that are bad or wrong about (someone or something).

The film's critics "picked Jim Carry's performance apart". ------- pick apart.
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The film's critics picked Jim Carry's performance apart.
pick (someone or something) apart or pick apart (someone or something)= criticar. to criticize, to say all of the things that are bad or wrong about (someone or something).

The film's critics picked Jim Carry's performance apart.
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The film's critics picked Jim Carry's performance apart.
pick (someone or something) apart or pick apart (someone or something)= criticar. to criticize, to say all of the things that are bad or wrong about (someone or something).

You can expect Republican's analysts to pick apart the president's speech.
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You can expect Republican's analysts to pick apart the president's speech.
pick (someone or something) apart or pick apart (someone or something)= criticar. to criticize, to say all of the things that are bad or wrong about (someone or something).

The mountain road had several lookouts where you could enjoy the view.
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The mountain road had several lookouts where you could enjoy the view.
lookout= puesto de observación, puesto de vigilancia. a high place or structure from which you can see a wide area.

The mountain road had several lookouts where you could enjoy the view.
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The mountain road had several lookouts where you could enjoy the view.
lookout= puesto de observación, puesto de vigilancia. a high place or structure from which you can see a wide area.

The mountain road had several lookouts where you could enjoy the view.
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The mountain road had several lookouts where you could enjoy the view.
lookout= puesto de observación, puesto de vigilancia. a high place or structure from which you can see a wide area.

The mountain had a lookout tower.
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The mountain had a lookout tower.
lookout= puesto de observación, puesto de vigilancia. a high place or structure from which you can see a wide area.

The mountain had a lookout tower.
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The mountain had a lookout tower.
lookout= puesto de observación, puesto de vigilancia. a high place or structure from which you can see a wide area.

It was decided to draw straws, the person getting the shortest to be the first guard.
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It was decided to draw straws, the person getting the shortest to be the first guard.
draw straws (for something) Also, draw lots= decidir. to decide on somebody to do or have something, by choosing pieces of paper, etc.

It was decided to draw straws, the person getting the shortest to be the first guard.
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It was decided to draw straws, the person getting the shortest to be the first guard.
draw straws (for something) Also, draw lots= decidir. to decide on somebody to do or have something, by choosing pieces of paper, etc.

We'd have to draw straws, if we wanted to decide anything.
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We'd have to draw straws, if we wanted to decide anything.
draw straws (for something) Also, draw lots= decidir. to decide on somebody to do or have something, by choosing pieces of paper, etc.

We'd have to draw straws, if we wanted to decide anything.
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We'd have to draw straws, if we wanted to decide anything.
draw straws (for something) Also, draw lots= decidir. to decide on somebody to do or have something, by choosing pieces of paper, etc.

I'll draw straws with you to see who keeps guard while Bob comes to get his breakfast at the same time.
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I'll draw straws with you to see who keeps guard while Bob comes to get his breakfast at the same time.
draw straws (for something) Also, draw lots= decidir. to decide on somebody to do or have something, by choosing pieces of paper, etc.

I'll draw straws with you to see who keeps guard while Bob comes to get his breakfast at the same time.
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I'll draw straws with you to see who keeps guard while Bob comes to get his breakfast at the same time.
draw straws (for something) Also, draw lots= decidir. to decide on somebody to do or have something, by choosing pieces of paper, etc.

We drew straws for who went first.
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We drew straws for who went first.
draw straws (for something) Also, draw lots= decidir. to decide on somebody to do or have something, by choosing pieces of paper, etc.

We drew straws for who went first.
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We drew straws for who went first.
draw straws (for something) Also, draw lots= decidir. to decide on somebody to do or have something, by choosing pieces of paper, etc.

Amanda, ROSEO, CHORREO, some liquid of washing up to the hot water.
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Amanda squirted some liquid of washing up to the hot water.
squirt.= chorrear, rosear. (to force a liquid) to flow out through a narrow opening in a fast stream.

They were Squirting water at people and making things.
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They were Squirting water at people and making things.
squirt.= chorrear, rosear. (to force a liquid) to flow out through a narrow opening in a fast stream.

Quito squirted some tomato sauce on his burger.
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Quito squirted some tomato sauce on his burger.
squirt.= chorrear, rosear. (to force a liquid) to flow out through a narrow opening in a fast stream.

Everyone present was enthused by the idea.
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Everyone present was enthused by the idea.
to enthuse= entusiasmarse. to talk in an excited way about something that you are interested in.

His presentation failed to enthuse the committee.
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His presentation failed to enthuse the committee.
to enthuse= entusiasmarse. to talk in an excited way about something that you are interested in.

He didn't seem nearly as enthused about it, but Dad enjoyed it.
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He didn't seem nearly as enthused about it, but Dad enjoyed it.
to enthuse= entusiasmarse. to talk in an excited way about something that you are interested in.

This dinner is wonderful! he enthused.
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This dinner is wonderful! he enthused.
to enthuse= entusiasmarse. to talk in an excited way about something that you are interested in.

They said the owner of the store got busted for selling to minors or something.
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They said the owner of the store got busted for selling to minors or something.
to bust=to arrest (someone).

Police busted 12 gang members on weapons charges.
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Police busted 12 gang members on weapons charges.
to bust=to arrest (someone).

Police busted him because they think he's involved with a terrorist group.
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Police busted him because they think he's involved with a terrorist group.
to bust=to arrest (someone).

He's been busted for selling drugs.
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He's been busted for selling drugs.
to bust=to arrest (someone).

He was busted for drunk driving.
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He was busted for drunk driving.
to bust=to arrest (someone).

Javier got busted for drug possession.
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Javier got busted for drug possession.
to bust=to arrest (someone).

We're going to organize a, BLANK, project to mobilize our club members.
TRABAJO MANUAL.
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We're going to organize a hands-on project to mobilize our club members.
hands on= trabajo manual. practica, de practica en, involving or allowing the use of your hands or touching with your hands.

The program consists of interactive lessons with several, TRABAJOS MANUALES, activities.
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The program consists of interactive lessons with several hands-on activities.
hands on= trabajo manual. practica, de practica en, involving or allowing the use of your hands or touching with your hands.

Now, the Catholic Church believes in, TRABAJO MANUAL, healing.
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Now, the Catholic Church believes in hands-on healing.
hands on= trabajo manual. practica, de practica en, involving or allowing the use of your hands or touching with your hands.

The school is, DE PRACTICA EN, new activities this year.
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The school is hands-on new activities this year.
hands on= trabajo manual. practica, de practica en, involving or allowing the use of your hands or touching with your hands.

The children's museum is full of, TRABAJOS MANUALES, displays.
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The children's museum is full of hands-on displays.
hands on= trabajo manual. practica, de practica en, involving or allowing the use of your hands or touching with your hands.

She's always been very, DE PRACTICA EN, when it comes to running the restaurant.
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She's always been very hands-on when it comes to running the restaurant.
hands on= trabajo manual. practica, de practica en, involving or allowing the use of your hands or touching with your hands.

They need, PRACTICA EN, experience with the machinery.
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They need hands-on experience with the machinery.
hands on= trabajo manual. practica, de practica en, involving or allowing the use of your hands or touching with your hands.

With so many candidates, we can afford to pick and choose.
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With so many candidates, we can afford to pick and choose.
pick and choose= escoger. to choose only the best or most appropriate things or people.

As one of Hollywood's most successful actors, he's now in a position to carefully pick and choose his roles.
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As one of Hollywood's most successful actors, he's now in a position to carefully pick and choose his roles.
pick and choose= escoger. to choose only the best or most appropriate things or people.

The newspaper picks and chooses which stories to report.
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The newspaper picks and chooses which stories to report.
pick and choose= escoger. to choose only the best or most appropriate things or people.

Salad bars allow customers to pick and choose from a wide selection of vegetables.
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Salad bars allow customers to pick and choose from a wide selection of vegetables.
pick and choose= escoger. to choose only the best or most appropriate things or people.

Our tails were starting to drag.
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Our tails were starting to drag.
to drag= arrastrar. to move something by pulling it along a surface, usually the ground.

She dragged one of the other tables over to ours.
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She dragged one of the other tables over to ours.
to drag= arrastrar. to move something by pulling it along a surface, usually the ground.

Pick the chair up instead of dragging it behind you!.
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Pick the chair up instead of dragging it behind you!.
to drag= arrastrar. to move something by pulling it along a surface, usually the ground.

When I was skinny, I slid right through that tunnel.
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When I was skinny, I slid right through that tunnel.
to slide (always followed by an adverb or preposition)=deslizar, pasar rapido y facilmente. to go, move or pass through something smoothly and easily into or out of something.

He slid the key into his pocket.
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He slid the key into his pocket.
to slide (always followed by an adverb or preposition)=deslizar, pasar rapido y facilmente. to go, move or pass through something smoothly and easily into or out of something.

He quietly slid the money into my hand.
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He quietly slid the money into my hand.
to slide (always followed by an adverb or preposition)=deslizar, pasar rapido y facilmente. to go, move or pass through something smoothly and easily into or out of something.

He always finds a way to slide in a reference to his new book.
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He always finds a way to slide in a reference to his new book.
to slide (always followed by an adverb or preposition)=deslizar, pasar rapido y facilmente. to go, move or pass through something smoothly and easily into or out of something.

She picked at a salad while I ate my steak.
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She picked at a salad while I ate my steak.
1.- pick at= pick at (something)= to eat small amounts of (food) very slowly usually because you do not want to eat.or. 2.- pick at= pick at (something)= to pull on (something) with your fingertips or your fingernails often because you are nervous.

She picked at a salad while I ate my steak.
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She picked at a salad while I ate my steak.
pick at= pick at (something)= to eat small amounts of (food) very slowly usually because you do not want to eat. or b: to pull on (something) with your fingertips or your fingernails often because you are nervous.

She picked at the buttons on her jacket while waiting for her interview.
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She picked at the buttons on her jacket while waiting for her interview.
1.- pick at= pick at (something)= to eat small amounts of (food) very slowly usually because you do not want to eat.or. 2.- pick at= pick at (something)= to pull on (something) with your fingertips or your fingernails often because you are nervous.

She picked at the buttons on her jacket while waiting for her interview.
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She picked at the buttons on her jacket while waiting for her interview.
1.- pick at= pick at (something)= to eat small amounts of (food) very slowly usually because you do not want to eat.or. 2.- pick at= pick at (something)= to pull on (something) with your fingertips or your fingernails often because you are nervous.

Julian was picking at his shoelaces.
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He was picking at his shoelaces.
1.- pick at= pick at (something)= to eat small amounts of (food) very slowly usually because you do not want to eat.or. 2.- pick at= pick at (something)= to pull on (something) with your fingertips or your fingernails often because you are nervous.

Julian was picking at his shoelaces.
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He was picking at his shoelaces.
1.- pick at= pick at (something)= to eat small amounts of (food) very slowly usually because you do not want to eat.or. 2.- pick at= pick at (something)= to pull on (something) with your fingertips or your fingernails often because you are nervous.

A seafood restaurant overlooking the lake.
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A seafood restaurant overlooking the lake.
overlook= Mirar, tener vista desde arriva hacia. to have a view looking down at (something).

A seafood restaurant overlooking the lake.
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A seafood restaurant overlooking the lake.
overlook= Mirar, tener vista desde arriva hacia. to have a view looking down at (something).

Our back yard is overlooked by several houses.
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Our back yard is overlooked by several houses.
overlook= Mirar, tener vista desde arriva hacia. to have a view looking down at (something).

Our back yard is overlooked by several houses.
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Our back yard is overlooked by several houses.
overlook= Mirar, tener vista desde arriva hacia. to have a view looking down at (something).

The beautiful mountains that overlook the village.
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The beautiful mountains that overlook the village.
overlook= Mirar, tener vista desde arriva hacia. to have a view looking down at (something).

The beautiful mountains that overlook the village.
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The beautiful mountains that overlook the village.
overlook= Mirar, tener vista desde arriva hacia. to have a view looking down at (something).

We rented a suite that overlooks the lake.
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We rented a suite that overlooks the lake.
overlook= Mirar, tener vista desde arriva hacia. to have a view looking down at (something).

We rented a suite that overlooks the lake.
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We rented a suite that overlooks the lake.
overlook= Mirar, tener vista desde arriva hacia. to have a view looking down at (something).

Our bathroom window overlooks the neighbour's garden.
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Our bathroom window overlooks the neighbour's garden.
overlook= Mirar, tener vista desde arriva hacia. to have a view looking down at (something).

Our bathroom window overlooks the neighbour's garden.
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Our bathroom window overlooks the neighbour's garden.
overlook= Mirar, tener vista desde arriva hacia. to have a view looking down at (something).

To bypass the city, take the highway that circles it.
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To bypass the city, take the highway that circles it.
bypass=rodear, bordear. to go around or avoid (a place or area).

Is there a way to bypass the bridge construction?.
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Is there a way to bypass the bridge construction?.
bypass=rodear, bordear. to go around or avoid (a place or area).

Well, we decided to bypass the aquarium this time.
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Well, we decided to bypass the aquarium this time.
bypass=rodear, bordear. to go around or avoid (a place or area).

We bypassed the city, we took the highway that circles it.
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We bypassed the city, we took the highway that circles it.
bypass=rodear, bordear. to go around or avoid (a place or area).

Let's draw straws to see who will drive.
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Let's draw straws to see who will drive.
to draw straws= To decide by a lottery with straws of unequal lengths. Sortear.

He drew the short straw so he has to drive.
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He drew the short straw so he has to drive.
to draw straws= To decide by a lottery with straws of unequal lengths. Sortear.

So we kind of, picked and chose and drew straws and decided that we were gonna do first.
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So we kind of, picked and chose and drew straws and decided that we were gonna do first.
to draw straws= To decide by a lottery with straws of unequal lengths. Sortear.

Quito go to take a shower, Oh Dad, what a drag!.
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Quito go to take a shower, Oh Dad, what a drag!.
What a drag=¡qué pereza!,¡qué hueva!.

Quito clean your room, Oh Dad, what a drag!.
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Quito clean your room, Oh Dad, what a drag!.
What a drag=¡qué pereza!,¡qué hueva!.

Kaz go to take a shower, Oh Dad, what a drag!.
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Kaz go to take a shower, Oh Dad, what a drag!.
What a drag=¡qué pereza!,¡qué hueva!.

Kaz clean your room, Oh Dad, what a drag!.
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Kaz clean your room, Oh Dad, what a drag!.
What a drag=¡qué pereza!,¡qué hueva!.

Kaz, do the dishes, Oh Dad, what a drag!.
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Kaz, do the dishes, Oh Dad, what a drag!.
What a drag=¡qué pereza!,¡qué hueva!.

You. tire me. out. with. all. your questions.
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You tire me out with all your questions.
Me agotas con todas tus preguntas.

I am taking a piss.
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voy a echar una miada.

San Juana. BLANK. her children noisily.
SanJuana regaña a sus niños ruidosamente.
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San Juana scolds her children noisily.
scolds

Sarah has a flower tattooed on her. BLANK.
barriga. ANKLAGE: m
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Sarah has a flower tattooed on her midriff.
midriff.

vientre, panza, abdomen, estomago, barriga.
vientre, panza, abdomen, estomago, barriga.
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MIDRIFF ------ The front of your body between your chest and waist.
midriff.

Julian was, BLANK, at his shoelaces.
picotear con los dedos a. (7 words).
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picking. Julian was picking at his shoelaces.

Julian was picking, BLANK, his shoelaces.
picotear con los dedos a. (2 words).
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at. Julian was picking at his shoelaces.

Julian was, BLANK, his shoelaces.
picotear con los dedos a.
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picking at. Julian was picking at his shoelaces.

Julian was picking at his, BLANK.
agujetas, cordones (de los zapatos).
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shoelaces. Julian was picking at his shoelaces.


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