PHRASAL VERBS Off 1

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Don’t forget to "take off" your shoes before you go into people’s homes in Japan. ----------------------- (take off) something.
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Quitar, quitarse algo. to remove something, especially a piece of clothing.

Quito "take off" your jacket. ------------------------------------------- (take off) something.
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Quitar, quitarse algo. to remove something, especially a piece of clothing.

Riahna "took off" my wet boots and made me sit by the fire. ------------------------------------------- (take off) something.
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Quitar, quitarse algo. to remove something, especially a piece of clothing.

Bolillo sold off his car so he could go to live overseas. -------------------------- sell off.
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Rematar, liquidar.

If Elthon Jhon needs money he should sell off his collection of paintings. --------------------------- sell off.
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Rematar, liquidar. to sell things cheaply because you want to get rid of them or because you need the money.

Batman's car went over the cliff and plunged and finally he bit the dust. ------------------------------- to plunge.
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irse a pique, caer a pique, desplomarse.

TO PLUNGE ----------- Barby's car plunged off a bridge and she kicked the bucket. ------------------------------- to plunge.
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irse a pique, caer a pique, desplomarse. ** to fall or jump suddenly from a high place.**

The nurse grabbed Erick's arm and plunged the needle in. ------------------------------- to plunge in/into.
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Meter, caer con fuerza, introducir con fuerza.

Franco plunged the knife into the cake. --------------------------------------- to plunge in/into.
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Meter, caer con fuerza, introducir con fuerza.

I plunged the sponge into the bucket of water and started to wash my car. --------------------------------- to plunge in/into.
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Meter, caer con fuerza, introducir con fuerza. to push (something) into (something) quickly and forcefully.

After dating for a year, Emmy and Ceci decided to take the plunge and get married. ----------------------------- to take the plunge.
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dar el paso final, correr el riesgo, aventarse.

Mauricio said, I've finally decided to take the plunge: I'm getting a tattoo!. ----------------------- to take the plunge.
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dar el paso final, correr el riesgo, aventarse.

We've been thinking of buying a new car, and yesterday we finally took the plunge. ------------------------------ to take the plunge.
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dar el paso final, correr el riesgo, aventarse. to do something after thinking about it especially for a long time.

The power went off in the middle of the storm and I had to look for some candles in the dark. ---- go off.
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Apagarse, desconectarse.

All the lights suddenly went off and the house was plunged into darkness. ---------------- go off.
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Apagarse, desconectarse. if a light or machine goes off, it stops working.

Jane will lead off the meeting with her survey results, and then we can all discuss them. --------------- lead off something.
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Comenzar una discucion, junta o tema.

Obama led off the discussion with a progress report. --------------- lead off something.
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Comenzar una discucion, junta o tema. to begin a discussion or meeting. (see also: start off).

Emmy, you have to "fight off" those negative thoughts or you’ll start believing them and thinking you can’t succeed. And you can!. --------------- fight off something/somebody.
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Quitarse de, combatir, defenderse de, ahuyentar. to try hard to get rid of something unpleasant or unwanted, especially an illness or bad emotions. (see also: fend off, ward off, stand up to).

Ceci said, people vary in their ability to "fight off" headaches. --------------- fight off something/somebody.
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Quitarse de, combatir, defenderse de, ahuyentar. to try hard to get rid of something unpleasant or unwanted, especially an illness or bad emotions. (see also: fend off, ward off, stand up to).

The company Hadady had to sell off some of its assets in order to pay off its debts. --------------- (sell off) something.
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Vender parte de un negocio.

Morgan Marshall company announced that it would be "selling off" its hotel business. --------------- (SELL OFF) something.
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Vender parte de un negocio. to sell all or part of an industry, a company, land or business.

Madona’s family went to "see her off" at the airport. After saying goodbye, they waited for her plane to take off and waved as it flew away. ----------------------------- to see somebody off.
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ir a despedir a alguien.

Gabriela said, my parents came to the airport to "see me off". ------------------------------------------ to see somebody off.
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ir a despedir a alguien.

Can you take our guests to the train station and see them off, please?. ------------------------- to see somebody off.
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ir a despedir a alguien. to go to the place that someone is leaving from in order to say goodbye.

Hey Diana, If you "send off" your application forms by registered mail today, they should get to the universities in two or three days. ------------------------- to (send off) something.
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Enviar, mandar por correo. to send a letter, document, or parcel by post. (see also: mail out).

Hey Maria, have you "sent off' your invitations yet?. ------------------------- to (send off) something.
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Enviar, mandar por correo. to send a letter, document, or parcel by post. (see also: mail out).

"Whatever became of" Jose Ramirez?. Do you know where he is now?. ------------------------------ Whatever became of.
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Que paso con?.

"Whatever became of" Lidia Ramirez?. Do you know where she is now?. ------------------------------ Whatever became of.
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Que paso con?.

"Whatever became of" that parcel you sent and got lost Ceci?. Did you find it?. ------------------------------ Whatever became of.
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Que paso con?.

"Whatever became of " that parcel you sent and got lost Emmy?. Did you find it?. ------------------------------ Whatever became of.
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Que paso con?.


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