PHRASAL VERBS Over 1

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The teacher told the students to "turn over" their exam papers and begin to work. --------------- (turn over) something.
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voltear, dar vuelta. to move so that you are facing in a different direction, especially when you are lying down, or or to move someone. or something in this way. (see: flip over).

Hey Nacho, surely you're going to just "turn over" and go to sleep?. --------------- (turn over) something.
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voltear, dar vuelta. to move so that you are facing in a different direction, especially when you are lying down, or or to move someone. or something in this way. (see: flip over).

El paiza took the tape and "flipped it over" in his hand. --------------- flip over.
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voltear, dar vuelta. to move so that you are facing in a different direction, especially when you are lying down, or or to move someone. or something in this way. (see: flip over).

When one side is done, "flip the pancake over" to cook the other side. --------------- flip over.
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voltear, dar vuelta. to move so that you are facing in a different direction, especially when you are lying down, or or to move someone. or something in this way. (see: flip over).

The thief had to "hand over" the money he’d stolen after he was caught by the police. --------------- (hand over) something.
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Pasar, dar, entregar, a alguien mas algo. to give something to someone else. (see also: give up).

The driver was forced to "hand over" the car keys and was left standing on the roadside. --------------- (hand over) something.
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Pasar, dar, entregar, a alguien mas algo. to give something to someone else. (see also: give up).

The company’s new owner will "take over" next month, but until he does the current manager will be in charge. ------------------ to take over.
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Tomar el lugar de alguien. to start doing a job or being responsible for something that someone else was doing or was responsible for before you.

Who'll be "taking over" from Cynthia when she retires?. ---------------------------- to take over.
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Tomar el lugar de alguien. to start doing a job or being responsible for something that someone else was doing or was responsible for before you.

We’re going to China, and we’ll be "stopping over" in Hawaii for a couple of days on the way. --------------- stop over.
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LLegar de pasada. to stop somewhere for a period of time when you are on a long journey. (see also: stop off).

We "stopped over" in Los Angeles for two nights on the way to New Zealand. --------------- stop over.
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LLegar de pasada. to stop somewhere for a period of time when you are on a long journey. (see also: stop off).

My wife and I had a fight this morning, but we "smoothed things over" before the kids got up. --------------- smooth something over.
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Suavizar las cosas, limar asperezas. to try to improve your relationship with someone after an argument. (see also: patch up).

Would you like me to "smooth things over" between you and Nick?. --------------- smooth something over.
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Suavizar las cosas, limar asperezas. to try to improve your relationship with someone after an argument. (see also: patch up).

"Smooth the wax over" the wood before polishing. --------------- smooth, or smooth over.
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Emparejar. to spread (something) over a surface to apply (something) by rubbing it on a surface to make it even.

Rossy Mendez "smoothed" on some moisturizer before she put on her makeup. --------------- smooth, or smooth over.
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Emparejar. to spread (something) over a surface to apply (something) by rubbing it on a surface to make it even.

"Smooth the icing over" the top of the cake. --------------- smooth, or smooth over.
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Emparejar. to spread (something) over a surface to apply (something) by rubbing it on a surface to make it even.

The waves "smoothed over" our footprints in the sand. --------------- smooth, or smooth over.
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Emparejar. to spread (something) over a surface to apply (something) by rubbing it on a surface to make it even.

small plane, light aircraft.
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Avioneta.

small plane, ----- or, ----- light aircraft.

My father said, you should get a mechanic to "look the car over" before you buy it. --------------- look something over.
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Revisar, checar. to quickly examine something or someone. (see also: check over, go over).

Jane said, I had a few minutes before the meeting to "look over" what Rose'd written. --------------- look something over.
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Revisar, checar. to quickly examine something or someone. (see also: check over, go over).

Oviedo's been "puzzling over" whether to buy a new house. --------------------------------- puzzle over (something).
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Pensar o preocuparse sobre, darle vueltas sobre un problema. to think or worry for a long time about (something).

Since Martin had been away for the summer, he was "puzzled over" his high utility bills. ------------------ puzzle over (something).
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Preocuparse sobre, darle vueltas sobre un problema. to think or worry for a long time about (something).

It took a lot of persuasion, but we finally "won George Barriga over" and he’s agreed to help us out. ---------------------- (win over/around) somebody.
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Convencer de. to persuade someone to support you or to agree to do something, often when they did not agree with you before. (see also: talk round, bring around).

The lawyer Peter Limps used charm and clever arguments to "win over" the jury. ---------------------- (win over/around) somebody.
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Convencer de. to persuade someone to support you or to agree to do something, often when they did not agree with you before. (see also: talk round, bring around).

Hilary's eyes "misted over" as she thought of her old friends. ------- mist over/up.
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Humedecerse de lagrimas, llenarse de lágrimas. of a person's eyes, to fill with tears.

Michelle Obama's eyes "misted over" as she thought of her old friends. ------- mist over/up.
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Humedecerse de lagrimas, llenarse de lágrimas. of a person's eyes, to fill with tears.

Ceci "misted over" as she cut the onions. ------ mist over/up.
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Humedecerse de lagrimas, llenarse de lágrimas. of a person's eyes, to fill with tears.


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