PHRASAL VERBS con "A" 4

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GET AT ------------ Diana said, when the principle was angry and yelling I didn’t understand the last part of her lecture. Do you know why the teacher was "getting at"?. ---------------------- GET AT.
to criticize someone in an unkind way.
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Atacar verbalmente, criticar, regañar, meterse con.
GHETTO --- A&TT.
GET AT ----------- Jose Herrera said. Papioly keeps "getting at" me and I really don't know what I've done wrong. ---------------------- (getting at) somebody.
to criticize someone in an unkind way.
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Atacar verbalmente, criticar, regañar, meterse con.
CAGETA --- A&TT
GET AT something. --------- What are you "getting at" Karla?. ---------------------- GET AT something.
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Querer decir, insinuar. to try to suggest something without saying it directly.
GET AT something. --------- No I'm not "getting at" you anything kaz, I'm telling you call the store. ---------------------- GET AT something.
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Querer decir, insinuar. to try to suggest something without saying it directly.
GET AT something. --------- I don't understand what you are "getting at" Quito. ---------------------- GET AT something.
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Querer decir, insinuar. to try to suggest something without saying it directly.
GET AT. --------- Chicago news paper said that the accused claimed that the witness had been "got at". ---------------------- GET AT.
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Sobornar. to bribe or use threats or payments in order to persuade someone to make the decision you want them to make, especially in a court of law.
GET AT. --------- President Donal Trump "got at" the FBI director comey not to talk about what really happened. ---------------------- GET AT.
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Sobornar. to bribe or use threats or payments in order to persuade someone to make the decision you want them to make, especially in a court of law.
GET AT. ------ I've put that cake on a high shelf so Damian can't "get at" it. --------------------- get at.
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Alcanzar a agarrar. Alcanzar a obtener. to be able to reach or get something or to discover information about something, especially the truth about a situation.
GET AT. ------ Helen's inherited a lot of money but she's not allowed to "get at" it till she's 21. -------------- get at.
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Alcanzar a agarrar. Alcanzar a obtener. to be able to reach or get something or to discover information about something, especially the truth about a situation.
JUMP AT something. --------- Melany said, I’d "jump at" the chance of working overseas. It’d be a great experience. ---------------------- JUMP AT something.
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Aprovechar, aceptar con gusto. to eagerly take (a chance, offer, etc.). (see also: leap at).
JUMP AT something. --------- April "jumped at" the opportunity of a trip to Paris. ---------------------- JUMP AT something.
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Aprovechar, aceptar con gusto. to eagerly take (a chance, offer, etc.). (see also: leap at).
JUMP AT something. --------- Erick "jumped at" the offer of a better job. ---------------- JUMP AT something.
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Aprovechar, aceptar con gusto. to eagerly take (a chance, offer, etc.). (see also: leap at).
ARRIVE AT something. ---------- After doing research into diet, Erving "arrived at" the conclusion that a good diet included fish and seafood but didn’t include animals or birds. ----------------------(arrive at) something.
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Llegar a un acuerdo, arrivar a una conclusión. to reach a result, decision, or solution to a problem. (ARRIBAR - ARTELI).
ARRIVE AT something. -------------- How did Maria Carmona "arrive at" that figure?. ---------------------- ARRIVE AT something.
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llegar a un acuerdo, llegar a una conclusión. to reach a result, decision, or solution to a problem.
PLAN AHEAD. ---------- Emmy said, when I was a student, I learned how important it is to "plan ahead". If I made a timetable for studying before an exam, my results improved. ---------------------- PLAN AHEAD.
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Planificar. to make decisions or plans about something you will do or something that might happen in the future.
PLAN AHEAD. ---------- Governor Bruce Rauner said, that the new system allows schools to "plan ahead". ---------------------- PLAN AHEAD.
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Planificar. to make decisions or plans about something you will do or something that might happen in the future.
GET AHEAD. ---------- Emmy's new business is doing very well and, after years of struggling to make a good income, Emmy’s starting to "get ahead" financially. ---------------------- GET AHEAD.
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Salir adelante. to be successful in the work that you do.
GET AHEAD. --------- Hilary Clinton said that it's tough for any woman who wants to "get ahead" in politics. ---------------------- get ahead
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Salir adelante. to be successful in the work that you do.
GET AHEAD OF somebody/something. ---------------------- Mister Trump ran fast to "get ahead of" his competitors, and now he’s leading the race. ---------------------- GET AHEAD OF somebody/something.
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Adelantar, adelantarse, tomar la delantera. Move in front of.
GET AHEAD OF somebody/something. ------------ Rose said, I work at home in the evening to "get ahead of" schedule. ---------------------- GET AHEAD OF somebody/something.
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Adelantar, adelantarse, tomar la delantera. Move in front of.
GET AHEAD OF somebody/something. ------- Aleida soon "got ahead of" the others in her class. ---------------------- (get ahead of) somebody/something.
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Adelantar, adelantarse, tomar la delantera. Move in front of.
COME ACROSS something/somebody. ------- Tony Gonzalez said, while we were at the baseball game, we "came across" some old college friends. It was great to see them again. ---------------------- COME ACROSS something/somebody.
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Cruzarse con, toparse con, encontrarse con. to discover something by chance, or to meet someone by chance. (see also: bump into, run into).
COME ACROSS something/somebody. ------- I "came across" Ceci in the post office. ---------------------- COME ACROSS something/somebody.
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Cruzarse con, toparse con, encontrarse con. to discover something by chance, or to meet someone by chance. (see also: bump into, run into).

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