PHRASAL VERBS out 1

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AVERAGE OUT ---------- Emmy said, If I average out what I earn a month, it's about one thousand and six hundred dollars. ------ average out.
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Calcular el promedio, sacar la medida o la suma total... to calculate the average of a set of numbers or amounts.

AVERAGE OUT ---------- Sandra said, some days in the furniture we sell more, some days we sell less, but sales average out at about 150 units a day. ---- average out.
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Calcular el promedio, sacar la medida o la suma total. to calculate the average of a set of numbers or amounts.

FILL OUT --------- Oviedo, before the job interview begins you’ll have to fill out your application form, so make sure you take a pen. ----- fill out.
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Completar, llenar una forma. to add information such as your name or address in the empty spaces on an official document. (see also: fill in).

FILL OUT --------- Pedro said, It took me a long time to fill out the application form. ----- fill out...
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Completar, llenar una forma. to add information such as your name or address in the empty spaces on an official document. (see also: fill in).

BLOW OUT ---------- Becky blew out the candles on her birthday cake, and then she made a wish. ----- blow out.
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Apagar, soplar. if you blow out a flame, or if it blows out, it stops burning because you blow on it or because of the wind.

BLOW OUT ------ Don Berny blew out all 60 candles on his birthday cake. ----- blow out.
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Apagar, soplar. if you blow out a flame, or if it blows out, it stops burning because you blow on it or because of the wind.

TRY OUT -------- You can download the software Quito and try it out. If it works well and does what you need it to do, then you can buy it.------ try out.
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Probar, tratar. to test something in order to find out if it works or to decide whether you like it.

TRY OUT -------- At Chase bank they're trying out a new security system. ------ try out...
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Probar, tratar. to test something in order to find out if it works or to decide whether you like it.

PICK OUT -------- Have a look at the colour chart Ceci and let me know which one you’d pick out for the kitchen. ----- pick out.
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Escoger. to choose one thing or person or several things or people from a large group. (see also: decide on, go for).

PICK OUT -------- Cesi picked out a pink shirt for me to try on. ----- pick out...
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Escoger. to choose one thing or person or several things or people from a large group. (see also: decide on, go for).

POINT OUT ----------- Samy "pointed out" the fact that many people who smoke die of lung or heart disease, and Orlando said he understood but just couldn’t quit. ----- point out.
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Puntualizar, estipular, acentuar. to tell someone a fact that they did not already know, especially one that is important in the present discussion or situation.

POINT OUT ----------- I "pointed out" that long term this would undoubtedly cost us more. ----- point out.
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Puntualizar, estipular, acentuar. to tell someone a fact that they did not already know, especially one that is important in the present discussion or situation.

POINT OUT ----------- "Point out" the guy you like Yacky and I’ll go and ask him to come over for a drink. ----- point out.
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Señalar. to make a person notice someone or something, usually by telling them where they are or by holding up one of your fingers towards them.

POINT OUT ----------- If you see Ceci you must point her out to me. ----- point out.
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Señalar. to make a person notice someone or something, usually by telling them where they are or by holding up one of your fingers towards them.

RUN OUT -------- Mom said, we’ve run out of milk. Could you run down to the shop son and get some more, please?. ------ run out.
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Quedarse sin, acabarse. to use all of something so that there is none left.

RUN OUT -------- Could you get some more orange juice dady? We're about to run out. ------ run out...
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Quedarse sin, acabarse. to use all of something so that there is none left.

KEEP OUT -------- We didn’t go into the old building because the sign said, ‘Keep out’. ------ keep out.
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Mantener, mantenerse fuera de. to not go into a place, or to stop something from going into a place.

KEEP OUT -------- My wife hung up a thick curtain to keep out the draught. ------ keep out...
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Mantener, mantenerse fuera de. to not go into a place, or to stop something from going into a place.

KEEP OUT -------- If I’m in a private meeting, keep people out until it’s finished. ------ keep out.
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Mantenerse alejado de. to not become involved in something, or to stop someone or something from becoming involved.

KEEP OUT -------- Quito, you should "keep out" of the sun until you put on some sunscreen, or you might get a painful sunburn. ------------------- keep out.
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Mantenerse alejado de. to not become involved in something, or to stop someone or something from becoming involved.

CHECKERS (US) or draughts (UK) -------- Don't let the baby play with the checker, he could choke on it.
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juego de las damas chinas. a game for two players using 24 round pieces on a board marked with black and white squares.

CHECKERS (US) or draughts (UK) -------- One of the checkers is missing from the game set. --------- CHECKERS (US) or draughts (UK).
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juego de las damas chinas. a game for two players using 24 round pieces on a board marked with black and white squares.

DRAFT -------- You may want to seal the windows with plastic to stop "drafts". ---- DRAFT.
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Corriente de aire. cool air moving in a closed space (such as a room).

DRAUGH. -------- We hung up a thick curtain to keep out the "draught". ---- draught.
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Corriente de aire. cool air moving in a closed space (such as a room).

BREAK OUT --------- A prisoner broke out of jail, but the police caught him quickly and put him back inside. ------ break out.
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Escaparse. to escape from prison.

BREAK OUT --------- El Chapo broke out of the prison camp by digging a tunnel. ------ break out...
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Escaparse. to escape from prison.

WORK OUT -------- Brat Pitt and Angelina Jolie have a lot of problems to "work out" with their marriage. ------------ work out.
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Solucionar, encontrar la solucion, crear algo, resolver. to resolve or to find the answer to something.

WORK OUT -------- Jane "worked out" a plan to save money in the company. ------------ work out.
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Solucionar, encontrar la solucion, crear algo, resolver. to resolve or to find the answer to something.

WORK OUT (UK). --------- Emmy, quickly read the sentence that the phrasal verb is in. Can you "work out" the meaning?. ------------ work out. (UK).
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Entender, comprender. to understand something or decide something after thinking very carefully.

WORK OUT (UK). --------- Bolillo does these crazy things, and I just can't "work him out". ------------ work out. (UK).
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Entender, comprender. to understand something or decide something after thinking very carefully.

CLEAR OUT --------- We need to clear all the junk out of the attic. ----------------------------- clear out.
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Desalojar, remover, limpiar. to remove unwanted things from (an area or place).

CLEAR OUT --------- My God-damned landlord's given me a week to clear out of my flat. -------------------------------- clear out.
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Desalojar, remover, limpiar. to remove unwanted things from (an area or place).

to CLUTTER -------- When Kaz was a baby she was always "cluttering" my room. ----------------------------------- to clutter.
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Hacer tiradero. desordenar, poner patas arriba. To make something messy.

to CLUTTER -------- Quito, don't "clutter" my desk with your paperwork!. ----------------------- to clutter.
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Hacer tiradero. desordenar, poner patas arriba. To make something messy.

Kaz always just "clears, BLANK," her cluttered room.
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OUT ----------------------- Kaz always just clears OUT her cluttered room.
Desalojar, remover, limpiar. to remove unwanted things from (an area or place).


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