PHRASAL VERBS For, From 3

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Augusto said, it's getting late- I'm heading (- -) home. ----------- UP, OUT, FOR.
Dirigirse hacia un lugar. To move or travel towards.
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Augusto said, it's getting late- I'm HEADING FOR home. ---------------------- HEAD FOR something.
Ines said, we were "heading for" the beach when it started to rain, so we went to see a movie instead. ---------------------- HEAD FOR something.
Failo was CUT (- -) (- -) a career in baseball. ——— 1) for, 2) out for, 3) out.
Tener madera para, estar hecho para, tener vocación ó talento para algo to have the right qualities for something, especially a job.
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CUT OUT FOR something. ----- Failo was CUT OUT FOR a career in baseball. ----------- CUT OUT FOR something.
Unlike his father, Andre Pierre Giñack wasn’t "cut out for" a life in the army. He was a sensitive, creative boy and more suited to a career in music or dance. ------------------------- CUT OUT FOR something.
Fornando said, that civil rights groups are CRYING OUT (- -) the new laws. ----------- FOR, AGAINST, WITH.
Llorar Afuera Por, quejarse y exigira a gritos por algo, pedir a gritos por algo. to complain strongly about something that you disapprove of. (see also: could do with).
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CRY OUT FOR or CRY OUT AGAINST something. ----- Luis Gutierrez said that civil rights groups are "crying out against" the new laws... Emmy CRY OUT FOR heaters at the shop. ----------- CRY OUT FOR or CRY OUT AGAINST something.
Maria Ovi said, our apartment is "crying out for" some new furniture. What we’ve got looks old-fashioned and worn out. Lalo CRY OUT FOR heaters at the shop. ----------- CRY OUT FOR or CRY OUT AGAINST something.
The Snapon guy said, this truck "caters (- -) your every need. --------- TO, FOR, AGAINST.
Proveer, satisfacer, avastecer. to provide what is necessary.
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CATER TO or CATER FOR. ----- The Snapon guy said, this truck "caters to" your every need. --------- CATER TO or CATER FOR.
Aleida said, the college "caters for" students of all ages. ---------------------- CATER TO or CATER FOR.
Franky Sobers is staying with his mother so he can (- -) FOR her while she’s recovering from her illness. ---------SEE, CARE, LOOK, TAKE.
Cuidar, atender. to look after someone who is too young, too old, or too ill to look after themselves. (see also: look after).
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CARE FOR somebody. ---- Franky Sobers is staying with his mother so he can "care for" her while she’s recovering from her illness. --------- CARE FOR somebody.
Jane said, our company supports an organisation that "cares for" homeless children... Our organization CARE FOR all kind of animal life. -------- CARE FOR somebody.
Rhina said, after a lovely meal, our host said, care (- -) some tea or coffee?. ----------- TO, AGAINST, FOR,
Apetecer por algo, decear algo. to desire or want something.
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CARE FOR something. ----- Rhina said, after a lovely meal, our host said, "care for" some tea or coffee?. ----------- CARE FOR.
The waiter said, ‘Would you "care for" some more wine, madam?’. Would you CARE FOR a beer, Sir?. ------- CARE FOR.
Efrain said, generally, I DON’T CARE (- -) white wines - I much prefer reds. -------- AGAINST, TO, FOR.
No gustar, no llamar la atención. to not like something or someone.
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NOT CARE FOR something/somebody. ----- Efrain said, generally, I "don't care for" white wines - I much prefer reds. -------- NOT CARE FOR something/somebody.
Oviedo said, you thought she was nice but Maria and I "didn't care for" her. ---------------------- NOT CARE FOR something/somebody.
The British government CALLED (- -) the immediate release of the hostages. ------- TO, FOR, AFTER.
Demandar, exigir por algofor. to require something to ask for, to shout for or request someone or something.
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CALL FOR something or SHOUT FOR something. ---- The British government "called for" the immediate release of the hostages. ------- CALL FOR something.
President Trump made a serious mistake and many people thought it "called for" an official enquiry(=imvestigación), but nothing was done. --------- CALL FOR something.
Bogar said that Governor Bruce Rauner sent an extra $20 million has been (- -) FOR schools this year. ---------- ASIGN, BUDGET, ALLOW,
Presupuestar dinero para, asignar dinero para, Budgetiar Para. to calculate, to deternine, to measure, plan how much money you will spend on something. (see also: allow for).
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BUDGET FOR something. ------------ Bogar said that Governor Bruce Rauner sent an extra $20 million has been "budgeted for" schools this year. ---------- BUDGET FOR something.
Ines said, If we don’t "budget for" the rising cost of oil and for salary increases, we might not have enough money to pay for them. ---------------------- BUDGET FOR something.
Essy (- -) that Quito take out the trash. -------- CALL FOR, REQUEST, DEMAND.
Demandar, exigir. to ask for something very firmly.
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to DEMAND. ----- Essy "demanded" that Quito take out the trash. ------------- DEMAND.
The customer "demanded" a refund. ------ to DEMAND.
Tania is lusting (- -) a new smartphone. ------- FOR, AFTER, TO.
Morirse de ganas por algo. to want something very much.
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LUST FOR/AFTER. ----- Tania is lusting after a new smartphone. ---------- LUST FOR/AFTER.
Young men lusting after fast cars. -------- LUST FOR/AFTER.
Hundreds of candidates are (- -) FOR 30 seats in the assembly. ------- COMPETE, VIE, CONTEND, RACE.
Competir por, competir con. Vaia Con/Por. to compete with other people for something that is difficult to get.
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VIE FOR/WITH. ------ Hundreds of candidates are vying for 30 seats in the assembly. -------- VIE FOR/WITH.
Five players are still vying for the last position on the team. Law firms vie with each other to hire the best students. ------ FOR/WITH.

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