Master 2

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Engancharse con algo, picarse con algo, desarrollar, interesarse por, o meterse dentro de. (Conseguir Dentro de).
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get into.
Desarrollar un nuevo habito, o meterse dentro de un nuevo habito.
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to get into a new habit.
No puedo engancharme con este libro porque es muy aburrido.
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I can't get into this book because is so boring.
Este es un nuevo habito que me gustaria desarrollar.
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This is a new habit I would like to get into.
Subirse a un vehiculo, meterse dentro de un vehiculo. (Conseguir dentro de un vehiculo).
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get into a vehicle.
Susana se subió al taxi y se fue al aeropuerto.
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Susan got into the taxi and went to the airport.
Meterse en problemas.
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get into trouble.
Endeudarse.
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get into debt.
Bajarse. bajarse de un vehiculo, un tren, autobus, etc.).
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get off.
Bajarse de un autobus.
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get off the buss.
Jaime se baja del tren a 2:45 p.m.
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James gets off the train at 2:45 p.m.
Tener un horgasmo, venirse, correrse.
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get off, or get it off.
Subirse. a un tren, a un carro, etc. (Getear sobre).
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get on.
Subete al tren. (Getear sobre el tren).
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Get on the train.
Subete al carro. Getear sobre el carro).
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Get on the car.
Tranvia.
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Tram.
Sammy se sube al tranvia todos los dias.
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Sammy gets on the tram every day.
llebarse bien con alguien. Getear Sobre. Getear a lo largo.
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get on, or --- get along.
Te llebas bien con tu suegra?.
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Do you get on with your mother-in-law?.
Yo no me llevo bien con mi compańero de cuarto.
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I don't get on or get along with my roommate.
Te llebas bien con tus primos?.
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Do you get on with your cousins?.
Recuperarse.
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get over. -- She is beginning to get over her illness.
Levantarse, de una silla o de la cama.
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get up. -- It is hard to get up this morning.
Renunciar, de algo dejar, abandonar. (Givear arriba).
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give up.
Fumar no es un habito facil de renunciar.
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Smoking is not an easy habit to give up.
Proceder, ir adelante, seguir adelante.
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go ahead.
Estar de acuerdo con, (ir de acuerdo con), o Venir Alrededor)...
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go along with. or come around.
Me temo que no puedo estar de acuerdo contigo.
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I am afraid I can’t go along with you.
Revisar, repasar otravez. (Ir otra vez).
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go over. -- Shall we go over the plans one more time?.
Combinar con. (ir con).
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go with.
Esta camisa combina con este pantalón.
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This shirt go with these pants.
Estos zapatos combinan con ese bolso de mano.
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These shoes go with that handbag.
Esta corbata no combina con tu traje.
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This tie does not go with your suit.

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