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"to go up"

subir

2

"to go up(stairs)"

subir

3

"to get into a" (car, bus, train, etc)

subir

4

"to get (something) up"

subir (as when you ask someone to put your suitcase on the rack)

5

"Put my suitcase up, please?"

¿Me sube la maleta, por favor?

6

"to gain weight"

subir de peso

7

"Turn it up"

Súbele

8

In the right contexts, ____ can mean "to slow down," and ____ can mean "to speed up"

bajar; subir

9

_____ works well for "to take" in time expressions.

Tardar

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____ works better for "to last."

Durar

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"Take as much time as you want."

Tarda el tiempo que quieras.

12

"How long will he take in coming?"

¿Cuánto tardará en venir?

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"The plane takes half an hour to get here from there."

El avión tarda media hora en venir de allá a acá.

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"The flight lasts half an hour."

El vuelo dura media hora.

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As a rule, use ____ whenever "to last" could work, and use ____ otherwise (like when you need "to take" in time expressions)

durar; tardar

16

____ also means "to take time" with the suggestion of "to take too much time."

Tardar

17

"to dally"

tardar

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"to be late"

tardar

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"I took to a long time getting here (I'm late) because there was a lot of traffic."

Tardé en llegar porque había mucho tráfico.

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"The train is taking too much time (is late) arriving."

El tren está tardando en llegar.

21

"to have"

tener

22

"to have to"

tener que

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"I have to go."

Tengo que irme.

24

"Give me money."

"I don't have any."

Dame dinero.

No tengo.

25

"Where's your ticket?"

"I don't have one."

¿Dónde está su boleto?

No tengo.

26

"What's your (or his, her) problem?" (a common use of tener with an implied complement)

¿Qué tienes? (or Qué tiene?)

27

I don't like the house they've picked out for us. Answer: (tener)

¿Qué tiene? ("what's wrong with it?)

28

"to be patient"

tener paciencia

29

"to be careful"

tener cuidado

30

"to be in a hurry"

tener prisa