PHRASAL VERBS con "A" 2

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rub along (UK). --------- Trump's family seem to "rub along" together okay even though the flat is very small. ---------------------- rub along (UK).
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llevarse bien con alguien. if people rub along, they live or work together without any problems. (See also: get along, get on well).
rub along (UK). -------- Evaristo said, Crhist Smith and I "rub along" well enough, but we're not really close friends. ---------------------- rub along (UK).
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llevarse bien con alguien. if people rub along, they live or work together without any problems. (See also: get along, get on well).
PLAY ALONG -------- Efrain said, I wanted to find out more about their plans, so I "played along" with them for a while. ---------------------- play along.
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Seguir la corriente. to pretend to agree with someone, or to do what someone wants for a short time, in order to get something from them or to avoid making them angry
PLAY ALONG -------- Melany knew that if she "played along" with Donal and cooperated, she wouldn't be harmed. ---------------------- play along.
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Seguir la corriente. to pretend to agree with someone, or to do what someone wants for a short time, in order to get something from them or to avoid making them angry
SCRAPE ALONG/BY ------- Grandma said, money was tight at home, but we somehow managed to "scrape along". ---------------------- scrape along/by.
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Sacar lo justo para vivir. to manage to live when you do not have much money. (See also: scrape by).
SCRAPE ALONG/BY ------- Carmen's "scraping along" on just a few hundred dollars a month. ---------------------- scrape along/by.
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SCRAPE ALONG/BY ------- Carmen's "scrapi in English
Sacar lo justo para vivir. to manage to live when you do not have much money. (See also: scrape by).
string along. -------- Bill Clinton "strung Monica Lewinsky along" for years, saying he'd marry her when he'd divorced his wife. ---------------------- string along.
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engañar, ver la cara. to deceive someone for a long time by pretending that you love them or that you will do what they want you to do.
string along. -------- Nacho's never going to give you that money he owes you Victor, he's just "stringing you along". ---------------------- string along.
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Engañar, ver la cara. (Stringear A lo largo). to deceive someone for a long time by pretending that you love them or that you will do what they want you to do.
TAG ALONG. -------- Every time we went out Reyes he'd "tag along" with us and it was starting to annoy me. ---------------------- Tag along.
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Pegarse como chicle, seguir a todas partes. to go somewhere with a person, especially when they have not asked you to go with them.
TAG ALONG. -------- If you're going to town Martin, do you mind if I "tag along"?. ---------------------- Tag along.
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Pegarse como chicle, seguir a todas partes. to go somewhere with a person, especially when they have not asked you to go with them.
TICK ALONG/OVER. (UK). -------- Don Pedro said, things are "ticking along" at work while the director's away. -------------- TICK ALONG/OVER. (UK).
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En marcha, to make progress or operate steadily but not very well without any serious problems. (British & Australian).
TICK ALONG/OVER. (UK). -------- Ines just keeps things "ticking over/along" at the shop while the boss is on vacation. ---------------------- tick along/over. (UK).
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En marcha, to make progress or operate steadily but not very well without any serious problems. (British & Australian).
RUN ALONG. -------- "Run along" now children said my neighbor, I've got work to do. ---------------------- Run along.
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Corre, vete. something that you say to children to tell them to go away
RUN ALONG. -------- Evaristo said, look little boy, just "run along" and leave me alone, will you?. ---------------------- Run along.
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Corre, vete. something that you say to children to tell them to go away
BRING somebody/something ALONG. -------- Sandra, when we go to the beach, why don’t you "bring some friends along" as well?. ---------------------- BRING somebody/something ALONG.
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Traer consigo. to bring someone or something somewhere.
BRING somebody/something ALONG. -------- Hey Ceci "bring your family along" if you like. ---------------------- BRING somebody/something ALONG.
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Traer consigo. to bring someone or something somewhere.
COME ALONG. -------- How is your English "coming along" Emmy?. Is it getting better?. ---------------------- come along.
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Progresar. to start to exist, happen, or be available. (see also: come on).
COME ALONG. -------- The training program is "coming along" well now that Don Francisco’s running it. ---------------------- come along.
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Progresar. to start to exist, happen, or be available. (see also: come on).
COME ALONG. -------- We’re going to see a movie after dinner said Maggy. Why don’t you and Fernando "come along" if you’re free?. ---------------------- come along.
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Acompañar, venir. to go somewhere with someone.
COME ALONG. -------- Logan said, I’d love to "come along", but I have to visit my grandmother in hospital. ---------------------- come along.
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Acompañar, venir. to go somewhere with someone.
To JERK. -------- The horse "jerked out" of the way as a snake crawled out of the bushes. ---------------------- TO JERK (always followed by an adverb, adjective, or preposition).
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Sacudirse. to cause (someone) to move suddenly.
To JERK. -------- Erick was "jerked" awake by the sound of a baby crying. ---------------------- to jerk (always followed by an adverb, adjective, or preposition).
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Fugarse, huirse, escaparse. to escape from a person or place.

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