PHRASAL VERBS By, Back RESUMEN 2

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Obama said, it's difficult to "infer" how these changes will affect ordinary citizens. ----------- infer.
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inferir, deducir. to reach an opinion or decide that something is true on the basis of information that is available.

Hilary Clinton said she was pleased, but her true feelings could be inferred from the look of disappointment on her face. ----------- infer.
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inferir, deducir. to reach an opinion or decide that something is true on the basis of information that is available.

I inferred from his silence that Donal was angry about my decision. ----------- infer.
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inferir, deducir. to reach an opinion or decide that something is true on the basis of information that is available.

"Wad up" the bedclothes said Melany and leave them by the washer. ---------- wad up.
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Enrollar. to crush or press (something, such as cloth, paper) into a small, tight ball.

Bolillo "wadded up" the paper and threw it in the trash. ---------- wad up.
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Enrollar. to crush or press (something, such as cloth, paper) into a small, tight ball.

The sweater was "wadded up" in the bottom of the backpack. ---------- wad up.
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Enrollar. to crush or press (something, such as cloth, paper) into a small, tight ball.

Emigdio said,"wads" of crumpled paper littered Emily's floor. ---------- wad.
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Montón, bola de. a small mass or ball of soft material.

Ibanka spit a "wad" of gum into the trash. ---------- wad.
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Montón, bola de. a small mass or ball of soft material.

Ceci used a "wad" of cotton to removed the makeup of her face. ---------- wad.
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Montón, bola de. a small mass or ball of soft material.

Donal showed "wads" of money on Tv. ---------- wad.
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faja, paca. a thick pile of pieces of paper, paper money, etc. folded or rolled together.

Emy pulled a thick wad of $100 bills out of his pocket. ---------- wad.
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faja, paca. a thick pile of pieces of paper, paper money, etc. folded or rolled together.

Mayweather junior had "wads" of money on his bed. ---------- wad.
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faja, paca. a thick pile of pieces of paper, paper money, etc. folded or rolled together.

Lalo "dashed" along the platform and jumped on the train. ---------- dash. or dash off.
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correr, salir corriendo, salir de prisa, salir volando. to go somewhere very quickly.

Essy "dashed off" to keep an appointment. --------- dash. or dash off.
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correr, salir corriendo, salir de prisa, salir volando. to go somewhere very quickly.

Donal had to cancel the meeting and "dash off" home, because his wife had been taken into hospital. ---------- dash. or dash off.
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correr, salir corriendo, salir de prisa, salir volando. to go somewhere very quickly.

I "dashed off" a note to my brother. ----------- dash off.
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escribir algo a las carreras, atropelladamente. to write or draw something very quickly.

I have just enough time to "dash off" a letter. ----------- dash off.
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escribir algo a las carreras, atropelladamente. to write or draw something very quickly.

If you leave your homework to the last minute then "dash the essay off" in half an hour, you mustn't be surprised if you get poor marks. ----------- dash off.
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escribir algo a las carreras, atropelladamente. to write or draw something very quickly.

We will "flesh out" that poor starving child.----------- flesh out.
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engordar, subir de peso. make fat or plump.

Once she began receiving regular meals, Norma Rubio once-bony face "fleshed out" and softened her look. ----------- flesh out.
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engordar, subir de peso. make fat or plump.

This report on Iraq's weapons isn't convincing enough George Ramos; can't you "flesh it out" with something from the internet?. ----------- flesh out.
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hacer algo mas detallado, complementar con algo mas. to provide more information about (something): to make (something) more complete by adding details.

You need to "flesh out" your plan with more details Donal. ----------- flesh out.
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hacer algo mas detallado, complementar con algo mas. to provide more information about (something): to make (something) more complete by adding details.

Karla Estrada "fleshes out" the characters in her novels very well. ----------- flesh out.
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hacer algo mas detallado, complementar con algo mas. to provide more information about (something): to make (something) more complete by adding details.

The heavy fines should "deter" people from dumping garbage here. ----------- DETER.
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The heavy fines should "deter" people fr in English
desanimar, desalentar. to make somebody decide not to do something or continue doing something, especially by making them understand the difficulties and unpleasant results of their actions.

Some potential buyers will be deterred by the price. ----------- deter.
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desanimar, desalentar. to make somebody decide not to do something or continue doing something, especially by making them understand the difficulties and unpleasant results of their actions.

Some people believe the death penalty "deters" crime. ----------- deter.
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desanimar, desalentar. to make somebody decide not to do something or continue doing something, especially by making them understand the difficulties and unpleasant results of their actions.


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