PHRASAL VERBS In 4

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Maria and Oviedo they’d like to move into new areas of business, and they’re looking at music publishing and concert promotion. ---------- move into.
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Cambiarse a, moverse a, meterse en. to start living or operating a business in a place. (see also: go into).

We’re moving into an office in the new building downtown. ---------- move into.
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Cambiarse a, moverse a, meterse en. to start living or operating a business in a place. (see also: go into).

If you don’t want to eat out, we could stay home and order in some pizza. ---------- order in.
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Ordenar comida de entrega a domicilio. to order food from a restaurant and ask for it to be delivered to you. (see also: send out for).

We were too tired to cook, so we ordered in. ---------- order in.
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Ordenar comida de entrega a domicilio. to order food from a restaurant and ask for it to be delivered to you. (see also: send out for).

That old lady hasn’t had an income since her husband died, but her children pay money into her bank account whenever they can. ---------------------- pay into.
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Pagar por, contribuir para. to invest money in something such as an insurance policy or a pension fund so that you will receive money in the future. (see also: put in).

Jane pays into the employees’ pension plan. ---------------------- pay into.
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Pagar por, contribuir para. to invest money in something such as an insurance policy or a pension fund so that you will receive money in the future. (see also: put in).

Emmy said, I go to the bank to "pay in" my cheque every Friday. ---------------------------------------------- pay in/pay into.
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Depositar. to put money into a bank account. (see also: put in).

I still haven't (paid that cheque into) my bank. -------------------------------------------- pay in/into.
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Depositar. to put money into a bank account. (see also: put in).

After 40 years, The Rolling Stones are still hugely popular and can still "pack in" the crowds and fill stadiums with fans. ---------- pack in.
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Abarrotar, Llenar esenarios de gente. to fill something with a lot of people or things. (see also: pull in).

The rock show Hot Stuff is already "packing a lot of people in" at a London theatre. ---------- pack in.
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Abarrotar, Llenar esenarios de gente. to fill something with a lot of people or things. (see also: pull in).

I could pop in and see you on my way home. Will you be in your apartment around 6 o’clock?. ---------- pop in/ into.
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Visitar por un ratito. Visit for a short time. (see also: drop by, stop by).

If you're passing by you should pop in for a chat some time. ---------- pop in/ into.
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Visitar por un ratito. Visit for a short time. (see also: drop by, stop by).

We’re phasing in a new dress code. From now on it’ll be casual clothes on Fridays, but eventually it’ll be casual clothes every day... ---------- phase in.
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introducir, meter en faces, gradualmente. to make a new system, process, or law gradually begin to happen or exist. (see also: bring in).

The government will phase the new taxes in over the next two years. ---------- phase in.
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introducir, meter en faces, gradualmente. to make a new system, process, or law gradually begin to happen or exist. (see also: bring in).

Cesar Lozano said, orders have been pouring in since we released her new book. It looks like we’ll have to print a lot more copies to satisfy the demand. ---------- pour in.
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Caer en grandes cantidades, LLegar en grandes cantidades. to arrive or enter somewhere in very large numbers. (see also: flood in).

Lalo said, as soon as the gates opened, Cub funs started pouring in. ---------- pour in.
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Caer en grandes cantidades, LLegar en grandes cantidades. to arrive or enter somewhere in very large numbers. (see also: flood in).

This new DJ is really popular in the dance clubs. He’s pulling in some of the biggest crowds these days. ---------- pull in.
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Jalar, atraer mucha gente. to attract many people. (see also: pack in (inf) (for clubs and stadiums).

Daddy Yanky last tour "pulled in" millions of fans. ---------- pull in.
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Jalar, atraer mucha gente. to attract many people. (see also: pack in (inf) (for clubs and stadiums).

Are you sure you have enough room to put a swimming pool in?. You want some room for a garden as well, don’t you?. ---------- put in.
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Instalar en, poner en, introducir en, meter en. to fix new equipment or a new system in the correct place in a room or building.

I've just had a new kitchen put in. ---------- put in.
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Instalar en, poner en, introducir en, meter en. to fix new equipment or a new system in the correct place in a room or building.

Have you put in your tax return yet?. The deadline’s coming up pretty soon, you know. ---------- put in.
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Hacer una oferta o pedido oficial. to make an official request, claim, offer, etc.

Eriberto put in a bid of $1 million for the company. ---------- put in.
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Hacer una oferta o pedido oficial. to make an official request, claim, offer, etc.

Donal’s been working very hard lately. He put in ten hours of overtime last week. ---------- put in.
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Meter horas de trabajo o de esfuerzo. if you put time, work, or effort into something, you spend a lot of time or effort doing it.

We've all put a lot of effort into this project and we want it to succeed. ---------- put in.
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Meter horas de trabajo o de esfuerzo. if you put time, work, or effort into something, you spend a lot of time or effort doing it.

Diana, you should "put in for" study leave to research your idea. You’d have a good chance of getting it. -------------- put in for.
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Someter, solicitar, pedir oficialmente por algo. to officially ask for something, to formally request (something). (see also: go for).

Rosio "put in for" 2 weeks of unpaid vacation at work.-------------- put in for.
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Someter, solicitar, pedir oficialmente por algo. to officially ask for something, to formally request (something). (see also: go for).

Bilillo always "put in for" a leave of absence. -------------- put in for.
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Solicitar, pedir. to officially ask for something, to formally request (something). (see also: go for).

If we run out of milk, just dip into the petty cash and run down to the shop and get some. ---------- dip into.
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Echar mano de, recurrir a. to put your hand in a container and remove one of the things from inside it.

Jane had a fucking huge box of chocolates beside her that she kept dipping into every day. ---------- dip into.
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Echar mano de, recurrir a. to put your hand in a container and remove one of the things from inside it.

I'm so short of money at the moment that I keep having to dip into my precious savings. ---------- dip into.
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Echar mano de, recurrir a. to put your hand in a container and remove one of the things from inside it.

After several weeks, the talks among the leaders of the countries involved in the war culminated in an agreement to stop the fighting. ---------- (Culminate in) something...
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Culminar en, terminar en. To conclude, to end something in something esle. (see also: end with).

Jane said, the meetings culminated in the signing of our biggest contract ever. ---------- (Culminate in) something...
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Culminar en, terminar en. To conclude, to end something in something esle. (see also: end with).

If we all chip in the work will get done quickly. -------------- chip in.
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Cooperar, contribuir, ayudar, echar la mano. to give something (such as money) to help a person, group, or cause.

We all chipped in to buy a gift for Steave. -------------- chip in.
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Cooperar, contribuir, ayudar, echar la mano. to give something (such as money) to help a person, group, or cause.

Eleazar went to New York to "ring in" the New Year. ----------- ring in.
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Festejar la llegada del nuevo año. to celebrate the beginning of (something, such as a new year).

We're going to downtown Chicago to ring in the New Year. ----------- ring in.
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Festejar la llegada del nuevo año. to celebrate the beginning of (something, such as a new year).

I "rang in" to say I was ill. ----------- ring in. (UK).
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llamar al trabajo para avisar que uno está enfermo. to make a telephone call to a place (such as the place where you work). (see also: call in).

Bolillo "rang in" sick yesterday. ----------- ring in. (UK).
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llamar al trabajo para avisar que uno está enfermo. to make a telephone call to a place (such as the place where you work). (see also: call in).


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