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Seaweed

Alga

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Alga

Seaweed

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Enfermedad

Disease

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Disease

Enfermedad

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Comedor de comida basura, mal comedor, quisquilloso, tiquismiquis

Fussy eater

 

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Fussy eater

 

Comedor de comida basura, mal comedor, quisquilloso, tiquismiquis

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Carne de bacuno

Beef 

(Cow meat is incorrect)

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Beef 

(Cow meat is incorrect)

Carne de bacuno

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To roast

Cook in the oven for a long time

Asar

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Cook in the oven for a long time

Asar

To roast

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Steak (/steɪk/)

Chuletas

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Chuletas

Steak (/steɪk/)

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Sirloin

Solomillo

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Solomillo

Sirloin

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Vacas Locas

Mad Cows

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Bird flu

Gripe aviar

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Salmonela

Salmonella

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To grow

Cultivar

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Mad Cows

Vacas Locas

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Gripe aviar

Bird flu

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Salmonella

Salmonela

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Cultivar

To grow

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Stem cells

Células madre

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Células madre

Stem cells

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To starve

When you are really really hungry

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Starvation

inanición

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Vegetable bed

Place (not too big) where only are vegetables

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Tuition (/tjʊˈɪʃən/)

Teaching or learning (noun)

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Such a hugh problem

More dramatic word, makes the sentence stronger

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Funds (/fʌnds/)

Fondos (money)

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Spot

Similar to space

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Soil (/sɔɪl/)

Fertile earth

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Stuffed

Put inside of something food (rellenar)

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Comí mucho

I stuffed my face

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When you are really really hungry

To starve

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inanición

Starvation

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Place (not too big) where only are vegetables

Vegetable bed

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Teaching or learning (noun)

Tuition (/tjʊˈɪʃən/)

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More dramatic word, makes the sentence stronger

Such a hugh problem

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Fondos (money)

Funds (/fʌnds/)

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Similar to space

Spot

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Fertile earth

Soil (/sɔɪl/)

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Put inside of something food (rellenar)

Stuffed

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I stuffed my face

Comí mucho

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Isolated (/ˈaɪsəʊleɪtɪd/)

Aislado

(On their own)

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Aislado

(On their own)

Isolated (/ˈaɪsəʊleɪtɪd/)

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Seguir una receta

Follow a recipe (/ˈresɪpɪ/)

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Follow a recipe (/ˈresɪpɪ/)

Seguir una receta

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Receipt (/rɪˈsiːt/)

Recibo, comprobante

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Recibo, comprobante

Receipt (/rɪˈsiːt/)

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Prescription (/prɪˈskrɪpʃən/)

Receta médica

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Receta médica

Prescription (/prɪˈskrɪpʃən/)

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Nos vas a mandar deberes

Will you give us homework?

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Judges ( /dʒʌdʒ/)

Jueces

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Jueces

Judges ( /dʒʌdʒ/)

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To enhance (/ɪnˈhɑːns/)

Mejorar

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Mejorar

To enhance

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Frase típica inglesa similar a: Es un duelo fratricida 

It is a dog eat dog situation

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Grueling (/ˈgruəlɪŋ, ˈgrulɪŋ/)

Agotador, riguroso

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Agotador, riguroso

Grueling (/ˈgruəlɪŋ, ˈgrulɪŋ/)

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Dejar la melena al viento

Flashing your hair back

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Ladder (/ˈlædɚ/)

Escalera, escala

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Escalera, escala

Ladder (/ˈlædɚ/)

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Cleavage (/ˈklivɪdʒ/)

Escote

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Escote

Cleavage (/ˈklivɪdʒ/)

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Difference between serie and season?

Season: The same characters 

Serie: Diferent characters

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(to be) smug 

Presumido, ser presumido

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Presumido, ser presumido

(to be) smug 

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Acquaintance (/əˈkweɪntəns/)

Conocido

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Conocido

Acquaintance (/əˈkweɪntəns/)

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To greet

Like say Hello

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Like say Hello

To greet

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En una televisión específica:

On the TV?

On TV?

On the TV

I saw an accident on the TV (Específica)

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En la televisión en general:

On the TV?

On TV?

On TV

I can't watch new on TV (En cualquier televisión)

 

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 Astonishing (/əˈstɒnɪʃɪŋ/)

Adj, causing great surprise or amazement

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Adj, causing great surprise or amazement

 Astonishing (/əˈstɒnɪʃɪŋ/)

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Economical

The adjective economical denotes that something saves money or resources or is not wasteful of money or resources. 

For a long period of time:

e.g. Drive a bycicle is very economical

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Welth (/welθ/)

A large amount of money and valuable material possessions

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A large amount of money and valuable material possessions

Welth (/welθ/)

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Irritating ( /ˈɪrɪteɪtɪŋ/)

Annoying

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Superb (/sʊˈpɜːb)

Something very very good

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Something very very good

Superb (/sʊˈpɜːb)

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Time Consuming

Something that takes you a lot of time.

Learning languaje is time-consuming

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Something that takes you a lot of time.

Learning languaje is time-consuming

Time Consuming

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Tremendous (/trɪˈmɛndəs/)

Incredible

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Difference between To Hope and To Expect

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Likely

Probably

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Probably

Likely

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Orgulloso

Proud

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Proud

Orgulloso

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Orgullo

Pride

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Pride

Orgullo

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Reconocimiento, confesión

Admission

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Admission

Reconocimiento, confesión

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They are among the most discerning

Se encuentran entre los más exigentes

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Demanding

Exigente

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Se encuentran entre los más exigentes

They are among the most discerning

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Exigente

Demanding

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Diners

Person who goes to a restaurant (Comensales)

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Person who goes to a restaurant (Comensales)

Diners

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Sostenibilidad

Sustainability

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Welfare

Bienestar

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Sustainability

Sostenibilidad

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Bienestar

Welfare

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Ha tenido un pie 

(Ha tenido un pie en los dos países)

He has kept a foot

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Ahora se le ha dado la oportunidad

He has now been given the chance

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To pit

Takes two people and make the compete (Oponer)

There is no real competition, it's like a game

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Takes two people and make the compete (Oponer)

There is no real competition, it's like a game

To pit

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Appointed

Nombrado

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Nombrado

Appointed

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Brithish-themed

Temática británica

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Temática británica

Brithish-themed

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Heading

Dirigir

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Dirigir

Heading

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Survey

Encuesta

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Encuesta

Survey

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More than a third rated as below average

Más de un tercio calificado como debajo de la media

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Más de un tercio calificado como debajo de la media

More than a third rated as below average

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Proveedor

Provide  /prəˈvaɪdəʳ/

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Provide  /prəˈvaɪdəʳ/

Proveedor

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Alienta, fomenta

Encourages /ɪnˈkʌrɪdʒ/

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Encourages /ɪnˈkʌrɪdʒ/

Alienta, fomenta

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Ligero, leve

Slight (/slaɪt/)

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Slight (/slaɪt/)

Ligero, leve

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Shiver (/ˈʃɪvəʳ/)

Escalofrío

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Escalofrío

Shiver (/ˈʃɪvəʳ/)

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Spine (/spaɪn/)

Espina dorsal

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Espina dorsal

Spine (/spaɪn/)

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The hairs on my arms stand to attention

Los pelos de mis brazos en posición de firmes

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Los pelos de mis brazos en posición de firmes

The hairs on my arms stand to attention

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Unison

Unísono

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Unísono

Unison

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Stark

Espantoso, rígido

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Espantoso, rígido

Stark

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Sole

Único

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Único

Sole

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Distasteful

Desagradable

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Desagradable

Distasteful

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Exploitative

Explotador

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Explotador

Exploitative

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Breathtaking

Asombroso

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Asombroso

Breathtaking

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And stirs an emotional 

Y suspira un emotivo

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Y suspira un emotivo

And stirs an emotional 

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Response

Respuesta, reacción

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Respuesta, reacción

Response

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Trimmings

Adornos, accesorios

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Adornos, accesorios

Trimmings

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Defeat

Derrota

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Derrota

Defeat

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Maimed

Mutilado

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Mutilado

Maimed

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Fundraising

Recaudación de fondos

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Recaudación de fondos

Fundraising

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Praise (/preɪz/)

Alabanzam, rezo

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Alabanzam, rezo

Praise

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But most likely not.

Lo más probable es que no.

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Lo más probable es que no.

But most likely not.

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Produce (noun)

Productos

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Productos

Produce (noun)

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I do not dispute

No discuto

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No discuto

I do not dispute

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Moving (/ˈmuːvɪŋ/)

Emocionante

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Emocionante

Moving (/ˈmuːvɪŋ/)

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Stunning

Imponente, maravilloso

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Imponente, maravilloso

Stunning

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To flog

Anunciar, vender

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Anunciar, vender

To flog

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Almost certainly (/ˈs3ːtənlɪ/)

Casi seguro

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Riñón

Kidney ( /ˈkɪdnɪ/)

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Kidney ( /ˈkɪdnɪ/)

Riñón

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Omelette

Tortilla

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Tortilla

Omelette

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Bacalao

Fig

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Fig

Bacalao

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Easy as a pie

Expresión inglesa para decir que algo es muy muy fácil

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Expresión inglesa para decir que algo es muy muy fácil

Easy as a pie

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Is it correct all the journey?

No, the correct is "The whole journey"

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Airy

Aireado

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Cosy

Acogedor, cómodo

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Rushed

Apresurado

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Satisfying (/ˈsætɪsfaɪɪŋ/)

Satisfactorio

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Tasty (/ˈteɪstɪ/)

Sabroso

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Aireado

Airy

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Acogedor, cómodo

Cosy

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Apresurado

Rushed

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Satisfactorio

Satisfying (/ˈsætɪsfaɪɪŋ/)

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Sabroso

Tasty (/ˈteɪstɪ/)

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Un grupo de ocho

A party of eight

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A party of eight

Un grupo de ocho

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Degustar

To sample

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Alegre, jovial

Cheerful

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Encantador, deleitoso, atractivo

Delightful

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Magnífico, soberbio

Superb

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Well-balanced

Equilibrado

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To sample

Degustar

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Cheerful

Alegre, jovial

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Delightful

Encantador, deleitoso, atractivo

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Superb

Magnífico, soberbio

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Equilibrado

Well-balanced

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Cheek

Mejilla

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Scar 

Cicatriz

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Mejilla

Cheek

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Cicatriz

Scar 

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Verguenza

Shame

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A food source

Fuente de alimento

El mar, la granja

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Shame

Verguenza

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Fuente de alimento

El mar, la granja

A food source

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Food supply

Suministro de alimentos

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Suministro de alimentos

Food supply

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Shortage

Escasez

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Escasez

Shortage

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shelf-life

Vida útil

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Vida útil

shelf-life

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Do an activity?

Yes

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Convenience food

Alimentos convenientes

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Alimentos convenientes

Convenience food

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Comida equilibrada

Balanced food

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Balanced food

Comida equilibrada

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Filling meal

A meal on which your stomach is full

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Light meal

A meal easy to eat like salad, soup, very easy to digest

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A meal on which your stomach is full

Filling meal

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A meal easy to eat like salad, soup, very easy to digest

Light meal

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Heavy meal

A meal with potatoes, lasagna...

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Gota

Drop, gout

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To live (fonética?) -> I live in Vitoria

adj: (to be) live (fonética) -> a football game on tv, it's live

Noun a life (fonética)

I live (/lɪv/) in Vitoria

It's live (/laɪv/)

A life (/laɪf/)

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Sidra

Cider

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Cider

Sidra

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Morriña

Homesick

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Homesick

Morriña

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Rather

Más bien

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Más bien

Rather

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Soap (/səʊp/)

Jabón

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Jabón

Soap (/səʊp/)

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Fonética:

Still

Steal

Fonética:

Still (/stɪl/)

Steal (/stiːl/)

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Hojaldre

Puff pastry

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Puff pastry

Hojaldre

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Fonética

Pub

Puff

Fonética

(/pʌb/)

( /pʌf/)

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Fonética

(/pʌb/)

( /pʌf/)

Fonética

Pub

Puff

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Sopa

Soup (/suːp/)

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Salsa

Gravy

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Gravy

Salsa

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Letrero

Sign (/saɪn/), signboard (/ˈsaɪnbɔːd/)

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Sign (/saɪn/), signboard (/ˈsaɪnbɔːd/)

Letrero

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Tranquilo

Tranquil (/ˈtræŋkwɪl/), quiet

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Droplet

Gotita, gota pequeña

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Tranquil (/ˈtræŋkwɪl/), quiet

Tranquilo

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Gotita, gota pequeña

Droplet

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Fonética de Journey

 /ˈdʒ3ːnɪ/

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Fonética de Whole

 /həʊl/ 

əʊ -> ou pero la o sin cerrar mucho los labios

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Fulfil

Cumplir, realizar

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Cumplir, realizar

Fulfil

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Interior, más secreto

Inner

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Inner

Interior, más secreto

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Calmar la sed

Quench

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Quench

Calmar la sed

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Espero que no te ofendas pero...

I hope you don't take offence but...

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Matar el gusanillo, sacarlo del apuro

to tide you over

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It will be worth it

Merecerá la pena

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¿Podría bajar la música?

Could you turn down the music?

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Merecerá la pena

It will be worth it

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Argot, jerga

Slang

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I have put on deodorant (/diːˈəʊdərənt/)

Me he puesto desadorante

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Surveying (/s3ːˈveɪɪŋ/) the river

Analizando el río

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Analizando el río

Surveying (/s3ːˈveɪɪŋ/) the river

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Fonética de Karate?

/kəˈrɑːtɪ/

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Actividad extraescolar

Extra curricular activity

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Viaje de estudio

Field trip

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Hold off

Mantener a raya

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Mantener a raya

Hold off