PHRASAL VERBS For, From 3

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Ines said, we were "heading for" the beach when it started to rain, so we went to see a movie instead. ---------------------- (HEAD FOR) something.
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Dirigirse hacia. Move or travel towards.

Ceci said, it's getting late- I'm "heading for" home. ---------------------- (HEAD FOR) something.
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Dirigirse hacia. Move or travel towards.

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.
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Estar hecho para, tener vocación para, tener talento para. to have the right qualities for something, especially a job.

My son Quito loves writing and seems to be "cut out for" a career in journalism. ---------------------- (cut out for) something.
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Estar hecho para, tener vocación para, tener talento para. to have the right qualities for something, especially a job.

Maria Ovi said, our apartment is "crying out for" some new furniture. What we’ve got looks old-fashioned and worn out. ---------------------- (crying out for/against) something.
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Quejarse a gritos por. to complain strongly about something that you disapprove of. (see also: could do with).

CRY OUT FOR/AGAINST something. ------------- Luis Gutierrez said that civil rights groups are "crying out against" the new laws. ---------------------- crying out for/against something.
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Clamar, pedir a gritos por. to complain strongly about something that you disapprove of. (see also: could do with).

Aleida said, the college "caters for" students of all ages. ---------------------- CATER TO/FOR.
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Proveer, avastecer. to provide what is necessary.

CATER TO/FOR ---------- The Snapon guy said, this truck "caters to" your every need. ---------------------- CATER TO/FOR.
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Avastecer, proveer. to provide what is necessary.

The mayor of Chicago said, the library "caters for" scientists. --------------------------------- CATER TO/FOR.
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Proveer, avastecer. to provide what is necessary.

Daniel Gamboa is staying with his grandmother so he can "care for" her while she’s recovering from her illness. ---------------------- (CARE FOR) somebody.
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Cuidar, atender. to look after someone who is too young, too old, or too ill to look after themselves. (see also: look after).

Jane said, our company supports an organisation that "cares for" homeless children. ---------------------- (care for) somebody.
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Cuidar, atender. to look after someone who is too young, too old, or too ill to look after themselves. (see also: look after).

The waiter said, ‘Would you "care for" some more wine, madam?’. ---------------------- care for.
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Apetecer, decear. to desire or want something.

Maggy said, after a lovely meal, our host said, "care for" some tea or coffee?. ---------------------- care for.
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Apetecer, decear. to desire or want something.

Oviedo said, you thought she was nice but Maria and I "didn't care for" her. ---------------------- (NOT CARE FOR) something/somebody.
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No gustar, no llamar la atención. to not like something or someone.

Kaztenni "doesn't care for" ketchup. ---------------------- (NOT CARE FOR) something/somebody.
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No gustar, no llamar la atención. to not like something or someone.

Efrain said, generally, I "don't care for" white wines - I much prefer reds. ---------------------- (NOT CARE FOR) something/somebody.
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No gustar, no llamar la atención. to not like something or someone.

The president Enrique Peña Nieto made a serious mistake and many people thought it "called for" an official enquiry, but nothing was done. ---------------------- (CALL FOR) something.
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Demandar, exigir. to require something to ask for, to shout for or request someone or something.

The British government "called for" the immediate release of the hostages. ---------------------- (CALL FOR) something.
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Exigir. to require something to ask for, to shout for or request someone or 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.
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Presupuestar. to plan how much money you will spend on something. (see also: allow for).

Governor Bruce Rauner said, an extra $20 million has been "budgeted for" schools this year. ---------------------- (budget for) something.
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Presupuestar. to plan how much money you will spend on something. (see also: allow for).

The customer "demanded" a refund. ------ DEMAND.
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Exigir. to ask for something very firmly.

Essy "demanded" that Quito take out the trash. ------ DEMAND.
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Exigir. to ask for something very firmly.

The customer "called for" a refund. ------------------------------------------ (CALL FOR) something.
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Exigir. to require something to ask for, to shout for or request someone or something.

Essy "called for" Quito take out the trash. ---------------------- (CALL FOR) something.
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Demandar, exigir. to require something to ask for, to shout for or request someone or something.


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