PHRASAL VERBS By, Back RESUMEN 3

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Donal said, let's "set" after 4th of July the date for the voting. --------- to set.
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fijar una fecha, establecer una fecha, poner una fecha a algo. to arrange or fix something as a date; to decide on something.

Chava said, I've "set" myself to finish the job by the end of the month. --------- to set.
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fijar una fecha, establecer una fecha, poner una fecha a algo. to arrange or fix something as a date; to decide on something.

Ceci let's "set" a date for our wedding. --------- to set.
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fijar una fecha, establecer una fecha, poner una fecha a algo. to arrange or fix something as a date; to decide on something.

The German scientific said that recent lack of funding has "set back" research on the disease. --------- SET BACK.
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The German scientific said that recent l in English
complicar, obstaculiar, retroceder. to make the progress of (something or someone) slower or more difficult: to cause (something or someone) to go back to an earlier or worse condition.

If the law is reversed, it will "set us back" 20 years. --------- set back.
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complicar, obstaculiar, retroceder. to make the progress of (something or someone) slower or more difficult: to cause (something or someone) to go back to an earlier or worse condition.

Jose Romo said, it really "set me back" when I lost my job. --------- set back.
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complicar, obstaculiar, retroceder. to make the progress of (something or someone) slower or more difficult: to cause (something or someone) to go back to an earlier or worse condition.

An antiques appraiser "set" the value of the chair at $500. --------- to set.
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establecer un precio, poner un precio, marcar un precio, fijar un precio a algo. to give (a particular price or value) to something.

If you "set" your prices too high, no one will buy your products. --------- to set.
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establecer un precio, poner un precio, marcar un precio, fijar un precio a algo. to give (a particular price or value) to something.

The chapo's bail was "set" at $10,000. --------- to set.
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establecer un precio, poner un precio, marcar un precio, fijar un precio a algo. to give (a particular price or value) to something.

Let's "set" the price of the shirt at twenty dollars. --------- to set.
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establecer un precio, poner un precio, marcar un precio, fijar un precio a algo. to give (a particular price or value) to something.

We could only get seats at the "back" of the theatre. --------- back.
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en el fondo, muy al fondo, recóndito, recóndito, muy adentro, en lo profundo. the part or area of something that is furthest from the front.

They're going to camp out in the "back" woods. --------- back.
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en el fondo, muy al fondo, recóndito, recóndito, muy adentro, en lo profundo. the part or area of something that is furthest from the front.

Donal was found dead in the "back" woods. --------- back.
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en el fondo, muy al fondo, recóndito, recóndito, muy adentro, en lo profundo. the part or area of something that is furthest from the front.


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