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"Don't go . . ."

No te vayas

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"Don't go getting yourself in trouble."

No le vayas a meter en líos.

3

"Now don't go telling him."

No le vayas a decir

4

"I'm going to call."

Voy a llamar.

5

"I was going to call."

Iba a llamar.

6

"Let's . . ."

Vamos a

7

"to root for"

irle

8

"I root for the Orioles"

Yo le voy a los Orioles.

9

"to go get" or "to go for"

ir por.

10

"I'm getting the car."

Voy por el carro.

11

"Catch"

Ahí te va

12

"Your turn"

Ahí te va

13

"All right"

Vaya

14

"Omigosh"

Vaya

15

"Well, well, well"

Vaya, vaya, vaya

16

"Some plumber!" (after he floods your basement)

¡Vaya plomero!

17

"to manage" (when used with another verb in the infinitive)

lograr

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"I managed to fix the television."

Logré reparar la tele.

19

"If I manage to get out of this meeting, I'll home in half an hour."

"Si logro salir de esta reunión, estaré en casa en media hora."

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"to carry" or "to take"

llevar

21

How long have you been here? Answer:

Llevo + the time period + aquí

22

"¿How long have you been here?"

¿Cuánto tiempo lleva (usted) aquí?

23

"I've been in bed for two days" (with llevar)

Llevo dos días en cama.

24

"to wear" or "to have on"

llevar

25

"He's the man with the glasses on."

"Es el señor que lleva lentes."

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"to get along"

llevarse

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"She and I don't get along."

Ella y yo no nos llevamos.

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"I don't get along with them."

No me llevo con ellos.

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"to take"- something, after paying for it

llevarse

30

"Two thousand pesos? It's a deal."

¿Dos mil pesos? Me lo llevo.

31

"I'll take two."

"Me llevo dos."

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"Take it."

Llévatelo.

33

"I'll take a sweater in case it gets cold."

Me llevo un suéter por si hace frio.

34

"to take along"

llevarse

35

"to order" (in a restaurant)

pedir, ordenar,

36

"to send" (in most cases)

enviar

37

"to order," used for real orders, of the sort that generals and bosses give, (often used with a 2nd verb to mean "to send out for" or "to have done")

Mandar

38

"Have some copies made."

"Manda hacer unas copias."

39

"What?" or "You called?" (in mexico)

¿Mande?

40

"to put (something) in"

meter

41

"Let's go inside"

Vamos a meternos

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"Let's go in the water."

Vamos a meternos al agua.

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"to get involved in" or "to get mixed up with"

meterse

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"Don't get involved."

No te metas.

45

"Don't mess around with my sister."

No te metas con mi hermana.

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"to get mixed up in problems" or "to get into trouble"

Meterse en líos

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After a family squabble, you might say, "I'm not getting involved in this."

Yo no me meto.