PHRASAL VERBS With, Without 2

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The sales man at Best Buy said, all these sound systems "come with" a two-year guarantee covering all parts and service. ---------------------- (come with) something.
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incluir con. viene con. to come together with, to depart in the company of something or someone.

Donal said, Hey Melany look what I bought, every tailored suit "comes with" two pairs of socks and a silk tie for free. ---------------------- (come with) something.
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incluir con. viene con. to come together with, to depart in the company of something or someone.

Jane said, If we "compare this year’s sales with" last year’s sales, they aren’t very good, and we need to figure out why. --------------------- (compare with) something.
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Comparar con. to be as good or as bad as something else.

Emmy said, "compared with" the problems some people face, ours aren’t too bad. --------------------- (compare with) something.
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Comparar con. to be as good or as bad as something else.

The work Ibanka had to do didn’t "correspond to" the job description given in the newspaper ads. It was very different work. --------------------- (correspond to/with) something.
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Corresponder con, ser igual que, ajustarse a, to match or be similar or equal.

Donal asked, did the material’s quality "correspond with" that of the sample they sent?. ---------------------- (correspond to/with) something.
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Corresponder con, ser igual que, ajustarse a, to match or be similar or equal.

Tomy Robinson’s been "toying with" the idea of going back to university to study law, but he hasn’t looked into it seriously yet. -------------------- (toy with) something.
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Considerar con, Jugar con la idea de, darle vueltas a. to consider something or doing something, but not in a very serious way, and without making a decision.

Do you think Tribilin’s serious about quitting, or just "toying with" the idea?. -------------------- (toy with) something.
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Considerar con, Jugar con la idea de, darle vueltas a. to consider something or doing something, but not in a very serious way, and without making a decision.

Donal thought Melania loved him but she was just "toying with" him. ------------------- (toy with) somebody.
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Jugar con, divertirse con. to not care seriously about someone or about their feelings, especially during a romantic friendship.

Bill Clinton's not serious about Monica at all - he's just "toying with" her. ------------------- (toy with) somebody.
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Jugar con, divertirse con. to not care seriously about someone or about their feelings, especially during a romantic friendship.

Mark Anthony's ex-wife "lies with" Alex Rodriguez. ---------------- (lie with) someone.
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Acostarse con. to have sex with (someone).

Hilary's husband was "lying with" his secretary. ---------------- (lie with) someone.
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Acostarse con. to have sex with (someone).

Kim Kardashian was "faced with" a difficult decision when offered a high-paying job in Korea. If she took it, she’d have to live far away from her family. ------------------ to (be faced with) something.
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Estar enfrentado con, vérselas con, encontrarse cara a cara con. If you face a problem, or a problem faces you, you have to deal with it. (see also: come up against, run up against).

Bolillo said, Tribilin you're "faced with" a very difficult choice there. ----------------- to (be faced with) something.
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Estar enfrentado con, vérselas con, encontrarse cara a cara con. If you face a problem, or a problem faces you, you have to deal with it. (see also: come up against, run up against).

Hey Erick, have you nearly "finished with" the printer, or do you have more to do?. -------------- (finish with) something.
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Terminar con, acabar con. to stop using or needing something.

Have you "finished with" this magazine Ceci?. ------------------ (finish with) something.
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Terminar con, acabar con. to stop using or needing something.

The chairman Mike Mastruany "made off with" 5 millions of dollards he'd stolen from his company. ----------------- (make off with) something.
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Escaparse con, robarse. to steal something and hurry away with it.

The former governor of Veracruz Javier Duarte "made off with" millions of dollars he'd stolen from his state. -------------------- (make off with) something.
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Escaparse con, robarse. to steal something and hurry away with it.

When he was young, Steve Kaufman could "go without" sleep for a night and still be able to work the next day. But now he needs a full night’s sleep. --------------------- (go without) something.
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Pasarsela sin, vivir sin. to not have something which you usually have. (see also: do without).

Elba said, there wasn't time for breakfast, so I had to "go without". -------------------- (go without) something.
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Pasarsela sin, vivir sin. to not have something which you usually have. (see also: do without).

Crhist Smith said, camel can "go without" water for a week. Personally I can go without television. ---------------------- (go without) something.
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Pasarsela sin, vivir sin. to not have something which you usually have. (see also: do without).

Jose Romo said, we’ll have to "do without" the air-conditioning while they fix it. It’s going to be really hot!. ---------------------- (do without) something/somebody.
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Vivir sin, pasarsela sin, to not have something which you usually have. (see also: go without).

Ceci said, there's no milk left, so I'm afraid you'll just have to "do without". ---------------------- (do without) something/somebody.
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Vivir sin, pasarsela sin, to not have something which you usually have. (see also: go without).


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