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The twins WENT AT each other viciously. ------ GO AT.
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Atacar, pelear, reñir. to attack (someone).
Teacher Melany WENT ON ABOUT the topics she had chosen regardless of the fact that many students were asleep. ------- GO ON ABOUT.
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No parar de hablar de algo. (UK). Not to stop talking, to talk incessantly about something.
We didn't have much time, so Ceci and I KNOCKED TOGETHER a salad. ---- to KNOCK TOGETHER.
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Hacer algo al ay se va, a lo bruto. (slang). to do or assemble something crudely.
All the other children were invited to the party, but I was left out. ---------- LEAVE OUT.
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Dejar fuera, excluir.
Our neighbors were arguing again last night. They WENT AT iT for almost an hour. ------ GO AT iT.
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Pelear, discutir. to fight or argue.
The salesman Olmedo lost customers when a competitor MOVED IN ON his territory. ------------ MOVE IN ON.
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Entrometerse en, meterse en, inmescuirse en. To intrude, to become involved with something private in an annoying way.
We set about cleaning and got it done before lunch time ........ SET ABOUT.
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Ponerse en marcha, ponerse a hacer algo. To start doing something.
Puttin GOT MIXED UP IN a plan to destroy the US government.
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Ser evuelto en, ser relacionado en. to be involved in something illegal, dangerous, improper activity or situation.
The more you PACK AWAY Ismael, the more weight you'll gain man ...... PACK AWAY.
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Darse una artera, darse una comilona de. to eat a lot of something.
The manager tried to JUICE UP the restaurant by playing loud music. ------ JUICE UP.
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Animar, darle vida a, darle alegría a. To make something more exciting.
The chairman MADE OFF WITH millions of dollars. He'd stolen from his company. --------- MAKE OFF WITH something.
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Hacer la huida por completo con, hacer la escapada con, irse con, robarse. To scape with something stolen.
The loud music played INCESSANTLY all night, annoying all the neighbors. ------ INCESSANTLY.
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incesantemente.
"What are you looking at?" the man said VICIOUSLY.
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agresivamente, violentamente. aggressively.
Jaime was totally hammered at the party last night. ----- TO BE HAMMERED.
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Bien pedo. very drunk (CON MARTILLO).
A good teacher will hammer these principles into students. ------- HAMMER INTO.
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Memorizar, machacar hasta aprender algo. (CON MARTILLO).
Emmy said, I had hammered into all the phrasal verbs already...---------- HAMMER INTO.
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Memorizar, machacar hasta aprender algo. (CON MARTILLO).
Saul said, I will put up at a hostel in London.---- HOSTEL.
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A cheap lodging. Casa de pensión.

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