PHRASAL VERBS In 5

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Emmy said, I'm not going to be (drawn into) that kind of argument. ---------- draw in/into.
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Influenciar en. Inmiscuir en, meter en. to involve somebody or make somebody take part in something, although they may not want to take part at first.

Jhonatan was "drawn into" a life of crime. -------------------- draw in/into.
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Influenciar en. Inmiscuir en, meter en. to involve somebody or make somebody take part in something, although they may not want to take part at first.

If the conflict spreads and other countries are "drawn in" it could be very bad news. ---------- draw in/into.
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Influenciar en. Inmiscuir en, meter en. to involve somebody or make somebody take part in something, although they may not want to take part at first.

I’ll pop by the library on my way home and drop the books in. ---------- drop something in.
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Dejar. Pasar a dejar. to deliver something to a place or to someone. (see also: drop off).

DROP something IN ........ Ramón can drop your books in at the library if you like. ---------- DROP something IN.
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Dejar. Pasar a dejar. to deliver something to a place or to someone. (see also: drop off).

Please hand in your exam papers before you leave the examination room... ---------- hand in.
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Entregar, someter. to give something to someone in authority. (see also: give in, turn in).

Please hand in your keys when you leave the hotel... ----------. hand in.
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Entregar, someter. to give something to someone in authority. (see also: give in, turn in).

CALL IN. (UK) ------- Ok Martin. I'll "call in" on my way home. --------- CALL IN. (UK)
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Pasar a visitar rapidamente. to visit a place or person for a short time, usually while you are going somewhere else. (BRITISH & AUSTRALIAN).

CALL IN. (UK) ------- Do you mind if we just "call in" at the supermarket?. --------- CALL IN. (UK).
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Pasar a visitar rapidamente. to visit a place or person for a short time, usually while you are going somewhere else. (BRITISH & AUSTRALIAN).

I'd better call in and tell them I'm going to be late. ---------- call in.UK.
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Llamar para avisar. to telephone your place of work, usually to explain why you are not there

Melanie called in sick this morning. ---------- call in.UK.
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Llamar para avisar. to telephone your place of work, usually to explain why you are not there

The police called him in for questioning. ---------- call in.
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llamar, decir a alguien que entre, hacer pasar, hacer entrar. To call or tell somebody to come into a place.

My wife said, It's time to call the children in for supper. ---------- call in.
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llamar, decir a alguien que entre, hacer entrar. To call or tell somebody to come into a place.

British detectives were called in to conduct a fresh inquiry. ---------- call in.
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llamar, decir a alguien que entre, hacer entrar. To call or tell somebody to come into a place.

Quito said that there are hundreds of "cocoons" at the back of the shed. ---------- cocoon.
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Capullo. a covering usually made of silk which some insects (such as caterpillars) make around themselves to protect them while they grow.

The teacher explained that a caterpillar spends a few months in a "cocoon", and by the time it comes out it has changed into a beautiful butterfly. ---------- cocoon.
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Capullo. a covering usually made of silk which some insects (such as caterpillars) make around themselves to protect them while they grow.

A caterpillar spends a few months in a cocoon, and by the time it comes out it has changed into a beautiful butterfly. ---------- change into.
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transformarse, convertirse. to change and become something or someone different. (see also: turn into).

Orlando had changed into a young man, but his mum still treated him as a boy. ---------- change into.
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transformarse, convertirse. to change and become something or someone different. (see also: turn into).

After you check in to the hotel, the porter will take your bags up to your room. ---------- check in.
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Registrarse. Register on arriving at a hotel or at the airport.

Get to the airport and check in at least an hour before your flight departs. ---------- check in.
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Registrarse. Register on arriving at a hotel or at the airport.

My grandmother had to check into the hospital after she broke her leg. ---------- (check into) something.
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Registrarse. on arriving at a hospital, hotel or at the airport.

Danno had a drug problem so he checked into a drug rehabilitation centre ?. ---------- (check into) something.
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Registrarse. on arriving at a hospital, hotel or at the airport.

The criminal's hideout was eventually discovered by police dogs. ---------- hideout.
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escondite, guarida. a place where someone (such as a criminal) hides to avoid being found or captured.

The police pulled out their guns as they closed in on the killer’s hideout. ---------- hideout.
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escondite, guarida. a place where someone (such as a criminal) hides to avoid being found or captured.

The police pulled out their guns as they closed in on the killer’s hideout. ----------. close in.
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Aproximarse, acercarse. To approach, to get near. (see also: zero in on).

The soldiers slowly closed in on the enemy base, preparing to attack. ---------- close in.
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Aproximarse, acercarse. To approach, to get near. (see also: zero in on).

I’ll pick you up from the airport if you tell me what time your flight comes in. ---------- come in.
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Llegar. to arrive. (see also: get in).

Most trains are coming in at least half an hour late this evening. ---------- come in.
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Llegar. to arrive. (see also: get in).

The government will "come in for" a lot of criticism if it cuts business taxes while at the same time increasing income taxes. ---------- (come in for) something.
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Sufrir muchas críticas. recivir crítica. Receive criticism or praise.

Drug companies "came in for" criticism over the cost of their AIDS drugs. ---------- (come in for) something.
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Sufrir muchas críticas. recivir crítica. Receive criticism or praise.

Donal’s a wealthy man. His children will come into a lot of money when he dies. -------------------- (COME INTO) something.
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Heredar. to inherit or get money from someone who has died.

Mario Moreno Junior came into a small fortune when his rich uncle died. ---------- (come into) something.
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Heredar. to inherit or get money from someone who has died.

We need a beautiful sign for our shop to "draw in" customers. ---------- draw in/into.
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Atraer, interesar, retraer. to involve somebody or make somebody take part in something, although they may not want to take part at first.

The book starts slowly, but it gradually "draws you in". ---------- draw in/into.
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Atraer, interesar, retraer. to involve somebody or make somebody take part in something, although they may not want to take part at first.


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