PHRASAL VERBS By, Back RESUMEN 6

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The "back" pages of the book are devoted to advertisements. ------------------ back.
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para atraz, de atraz, del fondo, al fondo, de mero atras. at a distance away from something.

The "back" pages of the magazine are devoted to advertisements. --------- back.
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para atraz, de atraz, del fondo, al fondo, de mero atras. at a distance away from something.

The barriers kept the crowd "back". --------- back.
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para atraz, de atraz, del fondo, al fondo, de mero atras. at a distance away from something.

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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Detallar, 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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Detallar, 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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Detallar, 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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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.

The walls of the old manor house are hung with "tapestries". ----- TAPESTRY.
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tapetes de decoraciones, tapiz. tapiceria. a heavy cloth that has designs or pictures woven into it and that is used for wall hangings, curtains, etc.

tapetes de decoraciones, tapiz. tapiceria. a heavy cloth that has designs or pictures woven into it and that is used for wall hangings, curtains, etc.

The rooms were hung with "tapestries". ----- TAPESTRY.
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tapetes de decoraciones, tapiz. tapiceria. a heavy cloth that has designs or pictures woven into it and that is used for wall hangings, curtains, etc.

The walls of the old "manor" house are hung with tapestries. ----- MANOR.
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Mansión campirana. Grandiosa casa de campo. a large country house on a large piece of land.

This weekend we will leave the city and visit our "manor" in the country. ----- MANOR.
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Mansión campirana. Grandiosa casa de campo. a large country house on a large piece of land.

Melany has noticed a bit of his husbond's blond hair "poking out" of a garbage dumpster in the rear part of the Pepe's restaurant. ---------- POKE OUT or POKE THROUGH.
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resaltar, sacar, sobresalir. to stick out so that a part can be seen.

Ibanka's bag was open and her umbrella was "poking out".---------- POKE OUT or POKE THROUGH.
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resaltar, sacar, sobresalir. to stick out so that a part can be seen.

Your toe is "poking out" through the hole in your sock.---------- POKE OUT or POKE THROUGH.
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resaltar, sacar, sobresalir. to stick out so that a part can be seen.

You can see the seedlings beginning to "poke through" the soil.---------- POKE OUT or POKE THROUGH.
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resaltar, sacar, sobresalir. to stick out so that a part can be seen.

After days of rain, sunshine finally "poked trought" the clouds.---------- POKE OUT or POKE THROUGH.
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resaltar, sacar, sobresalir. to stick out so that a part can be seen.

Be careful with that stick, you'll "poke somebody's eye out" with it.---------- POKE OUT or POKE THROUGH.
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resaltar, sacar, sobresalir. to stick out so that a part can be seen.

It's a joke. "Taking a leak" means to urinate. Its a joke because plumbers fix leaks.---------- take a leak or have a leak
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miar, echar una miada. to piss, to pass liquid from the body, to urinate.

A maintenance guy who said he'd stopped to "take a leak" on his way to work discovered her there.---------- take a leak or have a leak
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miar, echar una miada. to piss, to pass liquid from the body, to urinate.

Lalo said, I gotta take a leak. Man, it felt so good to finally "take a leak".
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miar, echar una miada. to piss, to pass liquid from the body, to urinate.

Rose got lost in the rambling old house. ---------- rambling.
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Frondoso, lleno de ramas crecientes, lleno de guias, lleno de rincones y recovecos. growing or climbing in all directions.

A rambling rose climbed the fence.---------- rambling
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Frondoso, lleno de ramas crecientes, lleno de guias, lleno de rincones y recovecos. growing or climbing in all directions.

Hae's body was found in a big park in Baltimore, really a "rambling" forest. ---------- rambling.
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Frondoso, lleno de ramas crecientes, lleno de guias, lleno de rincones y recovecos. growing or climbing in all directions.

Melany has noticed a bit of his blond hair poking out of a garbage dumpster in the "rear" part of the Pepe's restaurant. ---------- rear.
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atrás, de atrás, trasero, trasera. the part of something that is opposite to or away from the front part: the back part of something.

Lalo and Rosa have a woodpile at the rear of their house. ---------- rear.
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atrás, de atrás, trasero, trasera. the part of something that is opposite to or away from the front part: the back part of something.

Peter put his shopping bags on the rear seat of the car. ---------- rear.
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atrás, de atrás, trasero, trasera. the part of something that is opposite to or away from the front part: the back part of something.


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