PHRASAL VERBS On 4

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I’m still not sure if we can play tennis today. It depends on the weather. --------------- (depend on) somebody or something.
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Depender de. if one thing depends on another, it is changed or affected by the other thing. (see also: count on, rely on, bank on).

Their future depends on how well they do in school. --------------- (depend on) somebody or something.
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Depender de. if one thing depends on another, it is changed or affected by the other thing. (see also: count on, rely on, bank on).

Donal's speech seemed to "drag on" for hours. He nearly put everyone to sleep!. --------------- drag on.
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alargarse, extenderse. if an unpleasant or difficult situation or process drags on, it continues for too long. (see also: go on).

The war has already "dragged on" for six years and could drag on for a further six. --------------- drag on.
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alargarse, extenderse. if an unpleasant or difficult situation or process drags on, it continues for too long. (see also: go on).

Uncle Jose had a quick look at the photos and then handed them on to the next person. --------------- (hand on) something.
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Pasar algo a alguien. to give something that you do not want or have finished dealing with to someone else so that they can deal with it. (see also: pass on).

The papers are signed by an official before being handed on to the next department. --------------- (hand on) something.
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Pasar algo a alguien. to give something that you do not want or have finished dealing with to someone else so that they can deal with it. (see also: pass on).

Their family furniture-making business has been handed on from one generation to the next for at least two hundred years. --------------- (hand on) something.
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Pasar a, transferir. to give or teach something to someone who will be alive after you have died. (see also: hand on, pass on).

These traditions have been handed on from generation to generation. --------------- (hand on) something.
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Pasar a, transferir. to give or teach something to someone who will be alive after you have died. (see also: hand on, pass on).

HAVE ON. or HAVE GOT ON --------- I can’t go tonight said Alex Rodriguez. I’VE "GOT something ON", but I don’t have anything on tomorrow night if you’re free Jennifer. ---------------------------------- HAVE ON/HAVE GOT ON.
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Tener algo que hacer, tener algo planeado por hacer. to have an arrangement to do something.

Donal asked, hey honey, do we "have anything on" this Thursday night?. ------------------------------------- have on / have got on.
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Tener algo que hacer, tener algo planeado por hacer. to have an arrangement to do something.

I hope you’ve got your warm socks on. It’ll get really cold later on this evening. --------------- have something on.
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Tener puesto, estar usando. if you have clothes or shoes on, you are wearing them. (see also: put on).

I was okay because I had my winter coat on. --------------- have something on.
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Tener puesto, estar usando. if you have clothes or shoes on, you are wearing them. (see also: put on).

Don't come in! Sir, I've got nothing on!. --------------- have something on.
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Tener puesto, estar usando. if you have clothes or shoes on, you are wearing them. (see also: put on).

We were talking about ways to boost brand awareness when Donal trump "hit on" the idea of sponsoring a football team. ---------------------- (hit on), (hit upon) something.
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Ocurrirse, Prenderse el foco. to have a good idea or to discover something, especially one that solves a problem. (see also: come up with, think up).

Lupe thought about the problem for days before she finally "hit on" a solution. (hit on), (hit upon) something.
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Ocurrirse, Prenderse el foco. to have a good idea or to discover something, especially one that solves a problem. (see also: come up with, think up).

Crhist Smith doesn’t usually drink too much, but people in the bar were cheering him and, (egging him on) and before long he was really drunk. ------------------------- egg somebody on.
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Sonsacar, incitar, animar alentar a alguien. to encourage someone to do something, often something that is wrong, stupid, or dangerous.

A crowd of youths (egged him on) as he climbed the wall. ------------------------ egg somebody on.
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Sonsacar, incitar, animar alentar a alguien. to encourage someone to do something, often something that is wrong, stupid, or dangerous.

Ruth objects to the way some people try to impose their views or beliefs on other people, especially when it comes to religious beliefs. --------------- impose something on.
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imponer. to force a group of people to accept something, or to give someone a punishment.

Strict financial controls were imposed on the BBC. --------------- impose something on.
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imponer. to force a group of people to accept something, or to give someone a punishment.

Dr Dyer's early poetry "draws heavily on" his experience and memories of childhood. ---------- (DRAW HEAVELY ON/UPON) something.
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Apoyarse fuertemente en, apoyarse mucho en, usar mucho, valerse mucho de, echar mano de. to use something that you have gradually gained or saved.

Dr Dyer's early poetry "draws heavily on" his experience and memories of life. ---------- (DRAW HEAVELY ON/UPON) something.
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Apoyarse fuertemente en, apoyarse mucho en, usar mucho, valerse mucho de, echar mano de. to use something that you have gradually gained or saved.

Dr Cesar Losano's early poetry draws "heavily" on his experience and memories of childhood. --------------- heavily.
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Muchisimo. excesivamente, considerablemente. to a great degree, very much.

Louis Hay's early poetry draws "heavily" on her experience and memories of childhood. --------------- HEAVELY.
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Muchisimo. excesivamente, considerablemente. to a great degree, very much.

GET IT ON, (US slang).--------- My girlfriend's little brother said, I know you guys going to "get it on"?. ------------------------- GET IT ON, (US slang).
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Tener sexo. to have sex.

GET IT ON, (US slang).--------- Gladys's "getting it on" with that guy. ------------------------- to GET IT ON, (US slang).
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Tener sexo. to have sex.


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