PHRASAL VERBS For, From 2

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Doctor Dyer said, If you can "provide for" yourself and your family by doing a job you love to do, you’re a very fortunate person. ---------------------- (provide for) somebody.
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Proveer, mantener. to give someone the things they need, such as money, food, or clothes.

Fernando has a wife and three young children to "provide for". ---------------------- (provide for) somebody.
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Proveer, mantener. to give someone the things they need, such as money, food, or clothes.

Maggy "longs for" the days when it was safe in her town and she could walk around without worrying about being robbed. ---------------------- (long for) something/somebody.
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Ansiar por, anhelar por. an to want something very much. (see also: yearn for).

It was freezing outside, and Ceci "longed for" a hot drink. ---------------------- (long for) something/somebody.
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Ansiar por, anhelar por. an to want something very much. (see also: yearn for).

If Kathy Williams's on her first date with a guy, she "goes for" the most expensive thing on the menu and then watches to see how the guy reacts. ---------------------- (go for) something.
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Escojer, elejir. to choose something. (see also: opt for, pick out).

Pepin said, when you're buying a computer, "go for" one with a lot of memory. ---------------------- (go for) something.
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Escojer. to choose something. (see also: opt for, pick out).

Lalo said, the house next door went for about $500,000 a year ago, so how much do you think this one will "go for"?. ---------------------- go for.
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Venderse por. if something goes for a particular amount of money, it is sold for that amount.

Maria Fonseca said, one-bedroom apartments "go for" about $80,000 in this part of town. ---------------------- go for.
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Venderse por. if something goes for a particular amount of money, it is sold for that amount.

Teresa stays out late and comes home drunk. Her neighbours "feel for" her children, but they don’t know what they can do for them. ---------------------- (feel for) somebody.
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Sentir lástima por alguien. to feel sorry or sympathy for someone because they are very unhappy or in a difficult situation.

I really "feel for" Orlando having to take the exam all over again. ---------------------- (feel for) somebody.
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Sentir lástima por alguien. to feel sorry or sympathy for someone because they are very unhappy or in a difficult situation.

Beneath the "smooth" exterior, Papily's rather insecure. ---------------------- Smooth.
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Labioso, con mucha labia. relaxed, confident, and pleasant in a way that may be intended to deceive people.

The "smooth" talk of the salesman Luis Lopez. ---------------------- Smooth.
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Labioso, con mucha labia. relaxed, confident, and pleasant in a way that may be intended to deceive people.

Serapio's a "smooth" talker. ---------------------- Smooth.
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Labioso, con mucha labia. relaxed, confident, and pleasant in a way that may be intended to deceive people.

The salesman Luis Lopez is trying to talk you into spending more money than you really need to. Don’t "fall for" it!. ---------------------- FALL FOR something.
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Creerse, caer engañado. to be tricked into believing something that is not true.

Melany Trump often "falls for" the extravagant claims of slimming products. ---------------------- (fall for) something.
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Creerse, caer engañado. to be tricked into believing something that is not true.

Ramiro "fell for" Socorro as soon as they met. He says it was love at first sight. ---------------------- (fall for) somebody.
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enamorarse de, quedarse encantado con. to be attracted to someone or something.

Ibanka "fell for" a tall, handsome Frenchman when she was on holiday in Paris. ---------------------- (fall for) somebody.
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enamorarse de, quedarse encantado con. to be attracted to someone or something.

Brat Pitt is good-looking and smooth: all the women "fall for him". ---------------------- (fall for) somebody.
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enamorarse de, quedarse encantado con. to be attracted to someone or something.

Police in Dallas "mistook an innocent man for" a terrorist they were hunting, and shot him. They said he looked like the terrorist they wanted. ---------------------- (mistake something/somebody for) something/somebody.
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Confundir con. to think that a person or thing is someone or something else.

The gunman Ramon Ramirez had "mistaken the candidate for" a drug dealer. ---------------------- (mistake something/somebody for) something/somebody.
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Confundir con. to think that a person or thing is someone or something else.

I’m "itching for" a game of golf said Donal. I haven’t played all week and I really feel like getting out on the course and hitting a ball. ---------------------- (be itching for) something.
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Ansiar por, anhelar por. to want something very much. (see also: dying for, yearn for).

Mike Mastruany said, by four o'clock I was "itching for" the meeting to end. ---------------------- (be itching for) something.
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Ansiar por, anhelar por. to want something very much. (see also: dying for, yearn for).


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