PHRASAL VERBS In 1

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Luis Gutierrez said, could you "fill me in" on the details before the meeting starts?. I haven’t had time to read the report. ---------- fill somebody in.
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Informar, poner al corriente. to give someone details about something.

Let's go for a coffee Efrain and you can "fill me in" on what happened at the meeting. ---------- fill somebody in.
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Informar, poner al corriente. to give someone details about something.

We had a substitute teacher today. Her name is Melany and she’ll be "filling in" for Mr. Shan until he gets better. -----fill in.
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Sustituir, suplantar. to do someone else's work for them because they cannot or will not do it themselves. (see also: sit in for, stand in, take over).

Bolillo said, can you "fill in" for me for a couple of hours while I'm at the dentist's?.
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Sustituir, suplantar. to do someone else's work for them because they cannot or will not do it themselves. (see also: sit in for, stand in, take over).

Thousands of cheap products have been "flooding in" from China and they’re being sold in our department stores for huge profits. ------ flood in...
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LLegar en grandes cantidades. to arrive or enter somewhere in very large numbers or amounts. (see also: pour in).

Refugees "flooded into" the camp. ------ flood in...
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LLegar en grandes cantidades. to arrive or enter somewhere in very large numbers or amounts. (see also: pour in).

My son’s having problems 'fitting in" with other kids at his new school. He says they aren’t very friendly towards him. ------ fit in.
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Adaptarse, encajar, llevarse bien. to feel happy in a group of people because you are similar to them. (see also: get on, get along).

Ceci seems to "fit in" well with everyone in the restaurant. ------ fit in.
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Adaptarse, encajar, llevarse bien. to feel happy in a group of people because you are similar to them. (see also: get on, get along).

If you want to open the door Karla, "key in" your security code. --------- key or key in.
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Teclear. to put information into a computer or other electronic machine using keys or a keyboard. (see also: put in).

The data will need to be "keyed in" immediately April ok?. --------- key or key in.
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Teclear. to put information into a computer or other electronic machine using keys or a keyboard. (see also: put in).

When we misbehaved in class, our teacher would punish us by "keeping us in" after school. It was called ‘getting a detention’. -------- keep somebody in.
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Mantener adentro en retencion a alguien. to make a child stay at school or at home, especially as a punishment.

Logan was often "kept in" after school for bad behaviour. -------- keep somebody in.
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Mantener adentro en retencion a alguien. to make a child stay at school or at home, especially as a punishment.

You shouldn't "keep your anger in" all the time Bolillo. -------- keep in.
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Mantener emociones adentro. to avoid expressing an emotion.

The attacker scarcely "kept in" his indignation. -------- keep in.
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Mantener emociones adentro. to avoid expressing an emotion.

Karla said that David "barged in" on her while she was getting dressed!. ------- barge in, into.
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Meterse a la fueza, interrumpir, caer, entrometerse repentinamente. to move or push in a fast, awkward, and often rude way.

It was rude of you Totto to "barge in" on the Lee family reunion. ------- barge in, into.
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Meterse, empujar, interrumpir, caer, entrometerse repentinamente. to move or push in a fast, awkward, and often rude way.

I was standing at the bus stop when some idiot "barged into" me and knocked me off my feet. ------- barge in, into.
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chocar, empujar, abrirse paso ala fuerza. to move or push in a fast, awkward, and often rude way.

Donal came rushing down the stairs, "barging in" to the crowd of people at the bottom. ------- barge in, into.
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chocar, empujar, abrirse paso ala fuerza. to move or push in a fast, awkward, and often rude way.

Erick didn't agree to "let me in on" his plans. ----------------------------------------------- (let somebody in on) something.
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Permitir, dejar a alguien revelar tus planes o secretos. to allow somebody to share a secret.

Hey Lalo, are you going to "let Javier in on" your plans?. ------------------------------------- (let somebody in on) something.
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Permitir, dejar a alguien revelar tus planes o secretos. to allow somebody to share a secret.

The receptionist at Maria Carmona’s office used to "listen in" on everyone’s private phone calls. --------- listen in.
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Escuchar a escondidas. to eavesdrop; to secretly listen to a conversation, especially a telephone conversation.

Maggy had picked up the extension phone and was "listening in". --------- listen in.
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Escuchar a escondidas. to eavesdrop; to secretly listen to a conversation, especially a telephone conversation.

If we run out of milk, just dip into the petty cash and run down to the shop and get some... petty cash.
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dinero suelto, feria. a small amount of money kept in an office for small payments.

We keep the petty cash in a small metal box with a lock...... petty cash.
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dinero suelto, feria. a small amount of money kept in an office for small payments.

Jane used to sell modern art but now she "deals in" antiques........ deal in.
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Estar en el negocio de compra y venta. to buy and sell particular goods as a business.

The company "deals in" computer software....... deal in.
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Estar en el negocio de compra y venta. to buy and sell particular goods as a business.

Uncle Ernesto has always loved collecting stamps, so he set up a small company that "deals in" old stamps and related items........ deal in.
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Estar en el negocio de compra y venta. to buy and sell particular goods as a business.

Crhist Smith "dip into" a book of Home Remodels book....... dip into.
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Echar un ojo, echar un vistazo. to read parts of (something) in a casual or brief way. (See also: flip through, flick through, leaf through).

Jane said, I have only had time to "dip into" the report........ dip into.
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Echar un ojo, echar un vistazo. to read parts of (something) in a casual or brief way. (See also: flip through, flick through, leaf through).

Whenever I have quarter of an hour to spare I like to "dip into" Oxford English's 'Collected Short Stories'........ dip into.
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Echar un ojo, echar un vistazo. to read parts of (something) in a casual or brief way.

Let’s not "go into" that topic now son. We can talk about it later when we get home...... go into.
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Entrar en tema o detalle. to describe, discuss, or examine something in a detailed way. (see also: get onto go off).

April mentioned that she'd had an accident but she didn't "go into" it in any detail... go into.
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Entrar en tema o detalle. to describe, discuss, or examine something in a detailed way. (see also: get onto go off).


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