PHRASAL VERBS By, Back RESUMEN 4

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Manuel the cook "stuck" the knife into the cake. --------- to stick.
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clavar, meter. to push (something usually sharp or pointed) into something.

Christ Smith "stuck" a toothpick in the sandwich. --------- to stick.
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clavar, meter. to push (something usually sharp or pointed) into something.

Martin said, the jacket was too thick to "stick" a pin through. --------- to stick.
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clavar, meter. to push (something usually sharp or pointed) into something.

The nurse Gladis said, "stuck" the needle into the patient's leg. --------- to stick.
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clavar, meter. to push (something usually sharp or pointed) into something.

Ana said, "stick" these candles in the birthday cake. --------- to stick.
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clavar, meter. to push (something usually sharp or pointed) into something.

Melany "stuck" two stamps on the letter. --------- to stick.
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pegar, aderir algo con resistol. to attach (something) to a surface with glue, tape, pins, etc.

Rose said, I was careless with the glue, and now my fingers are "sticking" to each other. --------- to stick.
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pegar, aderir algo con resistol. to attach (something) to a surface with glue, tape, pins, etc.

April said, let me "stick" this notice on the board. --------- to stick.
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pegar, aderir algo con resistol. to attach (something) to a surface with glue, tape, pins, etc.

Once his letter was inside, Brian Adams "stuck" the envelope and took it to the post office. --------- to stick.
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pegar, aderir algo con resistol. to attach (something) to a surface with glue, tape, pins, etc.

When Ceci goes to the shops, her sister likes to come "along" too. --------- Along.
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traer con unomismo, venir de acompañante. used to say that someone or something is brought or taken with you when you go somewhere.

Donal brought his son "along" when he went to the bank. --------- Along.
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traer con unomismo, venir de acompañante. used to say that someone or something is brought or taken with you when you go somewhere.

Ibanka said, the scenery was beautiful. I was glad that we had a camera "along" with us. --------- Along.
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traer con unomismo, venir de acompañante. used to say that someone or something is brought or taken with you when you go somewhere.

Michelle Obama said, we brought an extra battery "along" just in case we needed it. --------- Along.
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traer con unomismo, venir de acompañante. used to say that someone or something is brought or taken with you when you go somewhere.


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