PHRASAL VERBS By, Back 2

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We’re driving up to Washington said Donal, and on the way we’ll "stop by" my aunt’s house in Baltimore. ---------------------- stop by.
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visitar, pasar de volado por un lugar. to visit a person or place for a short time, usually when you are going somewhere else. (see also: call on, drop by (inf), stop off (at).

Martin said, I thought I might "stop by" on my way home as I haven't seen you Laura for ages. ---------------------- stop by.
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visitar, pasar de volado por un lugar. to visit a person or place for a short time, usually when you are going somewhere else. (see also: call on, drop by (inf), stop off (at).

I can post the parcel for you if you like Ceci. I "pass by" the post office on my way to work, so it wouldn’t be any trouble for me. ---------------------- pass by.
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visitar, pasar de volado por un lugar. to visit somewhere for a short time, usually while you are going somewhere else. (see also: stop by, go by).

Maggy said, I'll "pass by" the shop on my way home and buy a paper. ---------------------- pass by.
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visitar, pasar de volado por un lugar. to visit somewhere for a short time, usually while you are going somewhere else. (see also: stop by, go by).

Oviedo said, money was tight, but we somehow managed to "scrape by". ---------------------- scrape by/scrape along.
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Arreglarselalas con lo justo para vivir. to manage to live when you do not have much money. (See also: scrape along).

Carmela's "scraping by" on just a few hundred dollars a month. ---------------------- scrape by/along.
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Arreglarselalas con lo justo para vivir. to manage to live when you do not have much money. (See also: scrape along).

Hey Efrain, Can I "run a few suggestions by" you?. ---------------------- (run something by) someone
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Sugerir algo, o repetir algo. to repeat what they have just said; to tell someone about something so that they can give their opinion about it. (See also: run past).

I would like to "run some ideas by" you Jane before we agree to the deal said Mastruany. ---------------------- (run something by) someone
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Sugerir algo, o repetir algo. to repeat what they have just said; to tell someone about something so that they can give their opinion about it. (See also: run past).

Jasua said, can you "run that by" me again please?. ---------------------- (run something by) someone
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Sugerir algo, o repetir algo. to repeat what they have just said; to tell someone about something so that they can give their opinion about it. (See also: run past).

Hey Mike Pence, please "run that past" me again. ---------------------- RUN PAST.
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Hey Mike Pence, please "run that past" m in English
Sugerir algo, o repetir algo. to repeat what they have just said; to tell someone about something so that they can give their opinion about it. (See also: run by).

You'd better "run this good idea past" Jane Mastruany. ---------------------- RUN PAST.
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You'd better "run this good idea past" J in English
Sugerir algo, o repetir algo. to repeat what they have just said; to tell someone about something so that they can give their opinion about it. (See also: run by).

Could you "run that past" me again please?. ---------------------- run past.
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Sugerir algo, o repetir algo. to repeat what they have just said; to tell someone about something so that they can give their opinion about it. (See also: run by).

I won’t forget the way Jose insulted me. One day I’ll "pay him back" by making him look stupid in front of lots of people. ---------------------- pay back.
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Vengarse con alguien por algo, hacer pagar algo. to do something unpleasant to someone because they have done something unpleasant to you. (see also: get back at).

Gladis said, I'm going to "pay him back" for all those things he said about me. ---------------------- pay back.
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Vengarse con alguien por algo, hacer pagar algo. to do something unpleasant to someone because they have done something unpleasant to you. (see also: get back at).

American troops have "pulled back" from the border. ---------------------- pull back.
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Retroceder. to retreat. if soldiers pull back, or if someone pulls them back, they move back toward their own land.

Donal said, our tank and infantry forces "pulled back" to regroup. ---------------------- pull back.
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Retroceder. to retreat. if soldiers pull back, or if someone pulls them back, they move back toward their own land.

The Corean troops "pulled back" under heavy fire from the enemy. ---------------------- pull back.
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Retroceder. to retreat. if soldiers pull back, or if someone pulls them back, they move back toward their own land.

The soldiers in North Corea knew they couldn’t hold their new position with so many enemy fighters coming, so they "pulled back" to a safer place. ---------------------- pull back.
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Retirarse, echarse para atras, retractarse. to decide not to do something that will probably have bad effects. (see also: pull out).

Rahm Emanuel said, it is rumoured that the company in Chicago intends to "pull back" from petrochemicals. ---------------------- pull back.
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Retirarse, echarse para atras, retractarse. to decide not to do something that will probably have bad effects. (see also: pull out).

The US government has "pulled back" from sending the navy there. ---------------------- pull back.
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Retirarse, echarse para atras, retractarse. to decide not to do something that will probably have bad effects. (see also: pull out).


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