PHRASAL VERBS In/Into 4

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MOVE INTO. ------- 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).
MOVE 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).
ORDER IN ---------- 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).
ORDER IN ---------- 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).
PAY INTO. ------- 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).
PAY INTO. ------- 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).
PAY IN or PAY INTO. ------- Emmy said, I go to the bank to "pay in" my cheque every Friday. ---------------------------------------------- PAY IN or PAY INTO.
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Depositar. to put money into a bank account. (see also: put in).
PAY IN or PAY INTO. ------- 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).
PACK 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).
PACK 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).
POP IN/ POP INTO. ------- I could pop in and see you on my way home. Will you be in your apartment around 6 o’clock?. ---------- POP IN/ POP INTO.
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Visitar por un ratito. Visit for a short time. (see also: drop by, stop by).
POP IN/ POP INTO. ------- 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).
phase in. ------- 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).
phase 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).
pour 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).
pour 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).
PULL 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).
PULL IN. ------- 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).
PUT IN. ------- 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.
PUT IN. ------- 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.
PUT IN. ------- 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.
PUT IN. ------- 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.
put in. ------- 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.
put in. ------- 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.
put in for. ------- 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).
put in 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).
DIP INTO. ------- 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.
DIP INTO. ------- 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.
CULMINATE IN something. ------- 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).
CULMINATE IN something. ------- 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).
CHIP IN. ------- 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.
CHIP IN. ------- 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.
RING IN. (UK) ----- 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).
RING IN. (UK) ----- We're going to downtown Chicago to ring in the New Year. ----------- RING IN. (UK).
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Festejar la entrada o comienzo de algo. to celebrate the beginning of (something, such as a new year).
RING IN, or call in ---------- 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).
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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RING IN, or call in ---------- Bolillo "rang in" sick yesterday. ----------- ring in. (UK).

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