PHRASAL VERBS In/Into 2

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STORM IN, STORM INTO, STORM OUT. -------- Dave Parker, the safety officer got angry when his request for better equipment was turned down, and he "stormed in" of the meeting. ---------------------- storm into, storm in or storm out.
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Entrar o Salir bien enputado, furioso. to enter or leave a place in a way that shows that you are angry.
STORM IN, STORM INTO, STORM OUT. -------- Ismael "stormed in" of the house, slamming the door. ---------------------- storm into, storm in or storm out.
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Entrar o Salir bien enputado, furioso. to enter or leave a place in a way that shows that you are angry.
STORM IN, STORM INTO, STORM OUT. -------- Dave Parker, the safety officer got angry when his request for better equipment was turned down, and he "stormed into" of the meeting. ---------------------- storm into, storm in or storm out.
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Entrar o Salir bien enputado, furioso. to enter or leave a place in a way that shows that you are angry.
BUMP INTO somebody. ------ Today I "bumped into" a cousin I hadn’t seen for years. It was good to see each other after such a long time. ------------- BUMP INTO somebody.
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Encontrarse, toparse a alguien por casualidad. to meet someone that you know when you did not expect to meet them. (see also: run into, come across, run across).
BUMP INTO somebody. ------- I "bumped into" an old neighbour of mine at the garage this afternoon.------------- BUMP INTO somebody.
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Encontrarse, toparse a alguien por casualidad. to meet someone that you know when you did not expect to meet them. (see also: run into, come across, run across).
THROW IN something. -------- The owner of the store said, It’s always a good idea to "throw something in" for free to make it a better deal for your customers.------------- THROW IN something.
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incluir algo de regalo. to include something extra with something that you are selling, without asking for more money
THROW IN something. -------- Buy a computer now and get a free printer "thrown in!".------------- (throw in) something.
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incluir algo de regalo. to include something extra with something that you are selling, without asking for more money
MOVE IN. -------- After his divorce, my brother will "move in" and stay in our spare bedroom until he sorts things out and finds somewhere to live.------------- move in.
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Moverse a vivir en. to begin living in a new house or area.
MOVE IN. -------- They've made a lot of alterations to the house since they "moved in". ------------- move in.
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Moverse a vivir en. to begin living in a new house or area.
FILL IN something. -------- In the next exercise, you’ll have to "fill in" the blanks with the correct form of the verb.------------- FILL IN something.
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Completar, Rellenar lo faltante. to write the necessary information on an official document.
FILL IN something. -------- Please "fill in" the application form and send it back by November 2nd. ------------- (fill in) something.
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Completar, Rellenar lo faltante. to write the necessary information on an official document.
CLAIRVOYANT. -------- Baba, Vanga the blind Bulgarian "clairvoyant", who died 20 years ago and she used to see into the future.------------- CLAIRVOYANT.
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clarividente, vidente, profeta. a person who is believed to have the power to be able to see future events or to communicate with people who are dead or far away.
CLAIRVOYANT. -------- Baba Vanga was the "clairvoyant" who had predicted that the 44th US president would be an African American.------------- clairvoyant.
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clarividente, vidente, profeta. a person who is believed to have the power to be able to see future events or to communicate with people who are dead or far away.
FORTUNE TELLER. ------- The "fortune teller" says she can see into your thoughts and see into the future. Do you believe her?.------------- fortune teller.
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esotérico, esotérica, brujo, adivino. a person who claims to use special powers to tell what will happen to someone in the future: a person who tells people's fortunes.
FORTUNE TELLER. ------- Reading tea leaves and palmistry are just two techniques used by "fortune tellers". ------------- fortune teller.
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esotérico, esotérica, brujo, adivino. a person who claims to use special powers to tell what will happen to someone in the future: a person who tells people's fortunes.
SEE INTO something. -------- The fortune teller says she can "see into" your thoughts and see into the future. Do you believe her?. ------------- SEE INTO something.
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Predecir, anticipar. to discover the true nature of somebody or something.
A clairvoyant can SEE INTO the future. ------------- SEE INTO something.
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Predecir, anticipar. to discover the true nature of somebody or something.
A clairvoyant can (S) INTO the future.
SET IN -------- The rain looks like it’s "set in" for the day, so it might be best to call off the game. ------------- set in.
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Permanecer, quedarse, establecerse. if something unpleasant sets in, it begins and seems likely to continue.
SET IN ------- This snow looks as if it has "set in" for the rest of the day. ------------- set in.
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Permanecer, quedarse, establecerse. if something unpleasant sets in, it begins and seems likely to continue.
SINK IN. -------- When I told my wife that we’d won the lottery, she sat there staring. But when it finally "sank in', she started clapping and screaming. ------------- sink in.
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Entender, comprender, agarrar la onda. to Slowly become understood.
SINK IN. -------- Essy had to repeat her words several times before her kids finally "sank in". ------------- sink in.
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Entender, comprender, agarrar la onda. to Slowly become understood.
SINK INTO. -------- As the months went by, Erving "sank into" a deep depression. ------------------ sink into.
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Caer profundamente en, hundirse en. to go gradually into a less active, happy or plesent state.
SINK INTO. -------- Grandpa "sank into" a deep sleep. ------------------ sink into.
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Caer en, sumirse en, hundirse en. to go gradually into a less active, happy or plesent state.
SINK INTO something. -------- Over the past six months, the company has "sunk deeper into" debt. ------------------ sink into.
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Caer en. Hundirse en, gastar mucho dinero en. to spend a lot of money on a business or an activity for example in order to make money from it in the future.
SINK INTO something. -------- We "sank all our savings into" the new company. ------------------ sink into.
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Imvertir en, hundirse en (Sinkear Intolerante), gastar mucho dinero en... to spend a lot of money on a business or an activity for example in order to make money from it in the future.
SINK INTO. -------- Sharp snake teeth "sank into" the zookeper's arm. ------------------ sink into.
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Clavar los dientes, morder, picar. to go deep into something solid: to make sth sharp do this.
SINK INTO. -------- The dog "sank Its teeth into" my leg. ------------------ sink into.
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Clavar los dientes, morder, picar. to go deep into something solid: to make sth sharp do this.
SIT IN FOR somebody. -------- The chairman can’t be here today, so he’s asked me to "sit in for" him and chair the meeting. ----- SIT IN FOR somebody.
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Sustituir. to do someone's job while they are absent. (see also: fill in, stand in).
SIT IN FOR somebody. -------- The minister has attended all the talks except one when his deputy "sat in for" him. ------- SIT IN FOR somebody.
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Sustituir. to do someone's job while they are absent. (see also: fill in, stand in).
GO INTO something. ------------ Most of their income "goes into" paying off the loans they took out to buy their house and set up their business. ------------ GO INTO something.
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Entrar en, ir hacia. if an amount of time, money, or effort goes into a product or an activity, it is used or spent creating that product or doing that activity.
GO INTO something. ------------ Over $50 million has "gone into" designing the new aircraft....... (go into) something.
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Entrar en, ir hacia. if an amount of time, money, or effort goes into a product or an activity, it is used or spent creating that product or doing that activity.
STAY PUT. ------- The teacher said, Stay put kids, don't move - I'll be right back. ------- STAY PUT.
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Quedarse ahí, no moverse de ahí. to continue to be in the same fucking place. to stay where you are: to not move or go anywhere.
STAY PUT. ------- The schoolgirl Kaz said pa can you come school and pick me up please, and I said yes, stay put, don't move - I'll be there in a minute. ------- STAY PUT.
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Quedarse ahí, no moverse de ahí. (Steyear Poner). to continue to be in the same fucking place. to stay where you are: to not move or go anywhere.

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