PHRASAL VERBS On 6

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When Berny saw a crowd of people gathering in front of his apartment building, he found someone he knew and said, hey man, ‘What’s PASA here?. -------- GOIR ONORIO.
Que pasa, que sucede. to happen.
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GOING ON. -------- When Berny saw a crowd of people gathering in front of his apartment building, he found someone he knew and said, hey man, ‘What’s "going on" here?. --------------- GOING ON.
Chapete said, I wonder what’s "going on" next door – they’re making a lot of noise. -------------GOING ON.
Many people in Australia work until they’re 65, and then retire and VIVEN DE a government pension. -------- VIVIR ONORIO algo.
Vivir de algo, mantenerse de algo, sostenerse de algo. to continue to be alive or exist. (see also: get by (on).
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LIVE ON something. -------- Many people in Australia work until they’re 65, and then retire and "live on" a government pension. --------------- LIVE ON something.
LIVE ON something. -------- Workers in poor countries get paid very little. Often, it’s just enough to "live on". --------------- LIVE ON something.
When we were lost, we had to SOBREVIVIR DE whatever food we could find in the jungle. -------- VIVIR ONORIO algo.
Sobrevivir de., vivir de. to only eat a particular type of food.
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LIVE ON something. -------- When we were lost, we had to "live on" whatever food we could find in the jungle. --------------- LIVE ON something.
LIVE ON something. -------- Larry "lived on" peanut butter sandwiches while we were staying in South Holland. -------- LIVE ON something.
Julie can’t log on at the moment. Her account’s been suspended so she can’t ACCESAR the server. ----- LOGIAR ONORIOA something.
Abrir sesión, meter el password para abrir sesión. to put your name into a computer so that you can start using it. (see also: log in / into).
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LOG ONTO something. -------- Julie can’t "log on" at the moment. Her account’s been suspended so she can’t log onto the server. --------------- LOG ONTO something.
Anyone can "log onto" this computer. ----- LOG ONTO something.
Lupe Muñoz SE PEGO A Chely at the party and followed her wherever she went. She couldn’t get rid of him!. -------- LATCHEAR ONORIOA something.
Pegarsele a alguien como chicle. to spend time with someone, especially when they do not want you with them.
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LATCH ONTO somebody/something. ------- Lupe Muñoz "latched onto" Chely at the party and followed her wherever she went. She couldn’t get rid of him!. --------------- LATCH ONTO somebody/something.
Karla had LATCH ONTO a group of Emmy's friends at the party. --------------- LATCH ONTO somebody/something.
Brat Pitt said, It's good to have people you can APOYARTE in a crisis. --------- LEANEAR ONORIO alguién.
Respaldarse en, apoyarse en, recargarse en. to use someone or something to help you, especially in a difficult situation. (see also: rely on).
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LEAN ON somebody. -------- Brat Pitt said, It's good to have people you can "lean on" in a crisis. --------------- LEAN ON somebody.
LEAN ON somebody. -------- Don't lean on the railing of this balcony - it isn't secure!. -------- LEAN ON somebody.
Many young people CONSIDERAN sports stars COMO their heroes and role models. ------ LOOKEAR ONORIO/DUPON alguien ASCOMO algo.
Lookconsiderar a alguien como On/Upon, mirar alguien ó algo como. to consider something or someone in a particular way. (see also: think of).
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LOOK ON or LOOK UPON sb AS something. ------ Many young people "look upon" sports stars as their heroes and role models. --------------- LOOK ON or LOOK UPON somebody as something.
Kate, you shouldn't "look upon" your divorce as a failure. --------------- LOOK ON/UPON sb AS something.
Chicago news said that many people stood by and OBSERVARON as a man who’d stepped out of a gay club was beaten up by a gang of thugs. Nobody tried to help him.
Observar una actividad o evento sin intervenir, Mirar Sobre. to look or watch an activity or event without becoming involved in it.
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LOOK ON -------- Chicago news said that many people stood by and "looked on" as a man who’d stepped out of a gay club was beaten up by a gang of thugs. Nobody tried to help him. ----------- LOOK ON.
LOOK ON -------- Demonstrators tore down the Liverty statue in New York as police calmly "looked on". ---------- LOOK ON.
One of the staff MESEREARON guests at the presidential dinner spilled wine on the president’s wife. He lost his job. ------ ESPERAR ONORIO Alguién.
Meserear, servir alimentos, Esperar Sobre alguien y atender. to serve or provide someone with everything they need or want.
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WAIT ON somebody. ------- One of the staff "waiting on" guests at the presidential dinner spilled wine on the president’s wife. He lost his job. --------------- WAIT ON somebody.
The guests were "waited on" by a highly trained team of young staff. --------------- WAIT ON somebody.
The president of the USA has someone who LE SERVE him DE PIES A CABEZA. ------- ESPERAR ONORIO alguién MANO Y PIE.
Atender, servir de pies a cabeza a alguién como rey. Esperar Sobre alguien Mano y pie. to serve someone very well, attending to all personal needs.
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WAIT ON someone HAND AND FOOT. -------- The president of the USA has someone who "waits on him hand and foot". --------------- to WAIT ON someone HAND AND FOOT.
The CEO has a personal assistant who "waits on him hand and foot". The president of the USA has someone who "waits on him hand and foot". ------- to WAIT ON someone HAND AND FOOT.
Essy said, I don't mind bringing you your coffee, but I don't intend to SERVIRTE DE PIES A CABEZA. ------- ESPERAR ONORIO alguien MANO Y PIE.
Atender, servir completamente a alguién como rey. Esperar Sobre alguien Mano y pie. to serve someone very well, attending to all personal needs.
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WAIT ON someone HAND AND FOOT. ------- Essy said, I don't mind bringing you your coffee, but I don't intend "to wait on you hand and foot". ------- to WAIT ON someone HAND AND FOOT.
Pope Francisco said, I don't want anyone to "wait on me hand and foot". I can take care of myself. ------------- to WAIT ON someone HAND AND FOOT.
Bill Clinton hoped that he could CONTAR CON his wife's support. ------- RECKONEAR ONORIO.
Contar con algo ó alguien, tener la esperanza que. to count on something, to rely on something or someone, to expect (something) to happen.
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RECKON ON. -------- Bill Clinton hoped that he could reckon on his wife's support. --------- RECKON ON.
Trump reckons on winning the election again. --------- RECKON ON.
Maggie SNACKEA chocolate bars when she's bored. ------- SNACKEAR ONORIO.
Comer snacks entre comidas. Snakear Sobre comidas. to eat between meals.
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SNACK ON. ------- Maggie snacks on chocolate bars when she's bored. --------- SNACK ON.
Jessica was SNACKING ON a bar of granola. --------- SNACK ON.
We were having such a great time in Indonesia that we decided to QUEDARNOS MAS TIEMPO for another week instead of going straight to Malaysia. --------------- STAYEAR ONORIO.
Quedarse, permanecer por mas tiempo. to stay in a place longer than you planned or after other people have left it.
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STAY ON. --------- We were having such a great time in Indonesia that we decided to (stay on) for another week instead of going straight to Malaysia. --------------- STAY ON.
STAY ON. --------- Susie flew back on the Monday but I "stayed on" for a couple of days. --------------- STAY ON.

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