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1

to conclude, to finish; to deduce, to infer; to end

The week is over.

This performance has ended.

The meetings are over.

They concluded that he was lying.

What do you conclude from that (make of that)?


(to slice)
a. to cut
.It's time to cut the cake.

The river splits the city in two.

concluir

Concluyó la semana.

Esta obra ha concluido.


Las reuniones han concluido.


Ellos concluyeron que él mentía.


¿Qué concluyes a partir de eso?

(to slice)
a. to cut
Es hora de partir el pastel.

El río parte la ciudad en dos.

2

to oppose


He is opposed to the new plan.

Does anyone oppose the new plan?

Why are you opposed to this?

He's opposed to racial discrimination.

Those arrested did not offer any resistance.

He has opposed the invasion.

I will not oppose that. I'm not going to object.

That is inherently racist and we should oppose it.

oponer (-go) (seems to be used with "me" "se" etc. a lot)
Mostly political uses

Él se opone al nuevo plan.

¿Alguien se opone al nuevo plan?

¿Por qué te opones a esto?

Él se opone a la discriminación racial.

Los detenidos no opusieron resistencia.

Se ha opuesto a la invasión.

Yo no me voy a oponer.

Eso es inherentemente racista y debemos oponer resistencia al respecto.

3

to figure among, to be prominent; to represent, to be present
She does not appear on the electoral roll

That character figures in many of her books.

You are imagining things. (Those are your immaginings)

This didn't figure in my plans.

My name doesn't appear on the list.

She has a very good figure.

figurar

Ella no figura en el padrón electoral

Ese personaje figura en muchos de sus libros.

Esos son figuraciones tuyas.

Esto no figuraba en mis planes.

Mi nombre no figura en la lista.

Ella tiene muy buena figura.

4

to concentrate

I have difficulty concentrating.

Tom is focused (concentrating).

I'm trying to concentrate.

I concentrated () on the lecture (or conference).(- my attention-)

Turn off the television. I can't concentrate.

concentrar

Me cuesta concentrarme.

Tom está concentrado.

Estoy intentando concentrarme.

Me concentré en la conferencia.

Apaga (Imperative) la televisión. No puedo concentrarme.

5

to be unaware, to not know, to be ignorant of

How stupid!

You will be ignored.

They ignored me.

You ignored me.

I was ignorant of your plan.

They pretended ignorance.

ignorar

¡Qué ignorancia!

Serás ignorado.

Me ignoraron.

Me ignoraste.

Ignoraba tu plan.

Ellos fingían ignorancia

6

to doubt

No doubt

I doubt it.

I have doubts.

Tom hesitated.

There's no doubt. There's no room for doubt.

I have serious doubts.

I never had any doubts.

I really doubt it.

dudar

Sin duda!

Lo dudo.

Tengo dudas.

Tom dudó.

No cabe duda.

Tengo serias dudas.

Nunca tuve dudas.

Realmente lo dudo.

7

to rest

Take a rest. (Plural)

Do you want to rest?

I'm resting.

You can rest.

He needed to rest. (ongoing in past - IMP)

Get some rest.

I must rest.

descansar

Descansad.

¿Quieres descansar?

Estoy descansando.

Puedes descansar.

Él necesitaba descansar.

Descansa un poco.

Tengo que descansar.

8

to adopt

Tom was adopted.

I picked up an abandoned dog.

Brace yourselves (ADOPT THE POSITION) for impact.

Tom adopted our method of bookkeeping.

I liked your idea and adopted it.

English has borrowed numerous words from French.

The plan was adopted at the meeting.

adoptar

Tom fue adoptado.

Adopté un perrito abandonado.

Adopten (IMPERATIVE) la posición de impacto.

Tom adoptó nuestro método de contabilidad.

Me gustó tu idea y la adopté.

El inglés adoptó muchas palabras del francés.

El plan fue adoptado en la reunión.

9

to start a machine, to uproot a plant

I saw him start

The engine won't start.

John started the car.

Three pages have been torn out.

We saw the car start.

She got -(up into)- the car and drove off.

The dog is trying to escape.

He cut some branches off the tree.

arrancar

Lo vi arrancar. Lo vi huir

El motor no arranca.

John arrancó el coche.

Han arrancado tres páginas.

Vimos arrancar el automóvil. (el coche)

Ella se subió al auto y arrancó.

El perro se está tratando de arrancar.

Él le arrancó algunas ramas del árbol.
Cortó algunas ramas del árbol.

10

to enjoy

I enjoyed swimming.

I enjoyed myself a lot.

We enjoyed ourselves at the picnic.

Enjoy your holidays.

We enjoyed listening to the music.

disfrutar

Disfruté nadar.

Disfruté bastante.

Disfrutamos del picnic. ??? Nos lo pasamos en el picnic.

Disfruta tus vacaciones.

Disfrutamos escuchando la música.

11

to bother, disturb, upset

Do not bother!

I'm sorry to trouble you. / Sorry to bother you!

You look upset.

Do not disturb!

We disturbed him.

Are you still upset?

Don't be a pest!

Tom seems quite upset.

I am sorry to have troubled you.

molestar

¡No moleste!

Lamento molestarle.

Pareces molesto

No molestar.

Le molestamos.

¿Sigues molesta? ¿Todavía estás molesto?

¡No seas molesto!

Tom parece bastante molesto

Disculpame por haberte molestado.

12

to dare

Do you dare?

How dare you?

Who would have dared?

How dare you speak to me like that?

I don't dare talk to her.

Do you dare or not?

atrever

¿Te atreves?

¿Cómo te (se?) atreve?

¿Quién se habría atrevido?

¿Cómo te atreves hablarme así?

No me atrevo a hablarle.

¿Te atreves o no?

13

to give way, yield

He yielded to pressure.

Tom gave in.

Give way !

The bridge gave way.

He gave in to the temptation.

I would rather die than yield.

The earth gave out under his feet.

ceder

Él cedió a la presión.

Tom cedió.

Ceda el paso.

El puente cedió.

Él cedió a la tentación.

Preferiría morir antes que ceder.

La tierra cedió bajo sus pies.

14

to attract

I like that person.

Magnets attract iron.

Moths are attracted by light.

He tried to attract her attention.

Flowers attract bees.

Tom didn't want to attract attention.

atraer

Esa persona me atrae.

Los imanes atraen hierro.

La luz atrae polillas.

Él intentó atraer su atención.

Las flores atraen las abejas.

Tom no quería atraer la atención.

15

to accumulate, amass

His debts were piling up.

He has accumulated wealth.

Tom has accumulated a lot of junk.

Dust had accumulated on the desk.

acumular

Sus deudas estaban acumulándose.

Él ha acumulado riqueza.

Tom ha acumulado mucha basura.

El polvo se acumuló en el escritorio.

16

to practice

You're practical.

That's very handy.

It is not practical

(I kept practicing)

I'm practicing judo.

I am practicing my english

We're almost (practically) like brothers.

practicar

Eres práctico.

Es muy práctico.

no es práctico

Seguí practicando.

Practico judo.

Estoy practicando mi ingles

Somos prácticamente hermanos. Somos casi como hermanos.

17

to enjoy



I'm in good health.


We had a very good time at the party.

Tom's really enjoying his new job.

gozar
ALSO
disfrutar - which is most common)

Gozo de buena salud.
Estoy en buena salud.

Gozamos mucho en la fiesta.

Tom goza de su nuevo trabajo de verdad.

18

to justify, excuse

It's hard to justify.

How can you justify your (conduct) behavior?

He sometimes is absent from work without good cause.

Can you justify the use of violence?

justificar

Es difícil de justificar.

¿Cómo puedes justificar su conducta?

A veces él falta al trabajo sin motivo justificado.

¿Puedes justificar el uso de violencia?

19

to endure, to stand something

I can't stand it.

I can't stand him. I can't put up with him.

I can't put up with it.

I won't (will not) put up with that.

I cannot stand this anymore.

I can't stand the cold.

I can barely stand his behavior.

Her husband left her because he couldn't stand her lies.

soportar

No lo soporto.

No le soporto No la soporto.

No puedo soportarlo.

No soportaré eso.

No lo soporto más. // No puedo soportarlo más.

No soporto el frío.

Apenas soporto su comportamiento.

Su marido la dejó porque no podía soportar sus mentiras

20

to resist, endure

Hold on. Hold on tight!

How could I resist?

How could I resist you?

How could I resist it?

She could not keep back a smile.

I can resist everything except temptation.

We shall / (We must) - hold on till the end.

We put up a good fight -(However / Nevertheless) - but we lost.

resistir

Resista. Espere! Agárra-te fuerte (Imp with "te")

¿Cómo podría resistirme?

¿Cómo podría resistirte?

¿Cómo podría resistirlo?

Ella no pudo resistir sonreírse.

Puedo resistir todo excepto tentación.

Tenemos que resistir hasta el final.

Resistimos mucho pero (sin embargo) perdimos.

21

to wear, dress

Nice dress.

Are you dressed?

I am going to get dressed.

Mary designs dresses

Her dress looked cheap.

I am folding my dress.

vestir (e-i)

Lindo vestido.

¿Estás vestido?

Voy a vestirme.

Mary diseña vestidos.

Su vestido parecía barato.

Estoy doblando mi vestido.

22

to surprise

It wouldn't surprise me. // I would not be surprised.

Tom was astonished.

I wanted to surprise her.

You look surprised.

I caught him by surprise.

I surprised him.

Were you surprised?

sorprender

No me sorprendería.

Tom estaba sorprendido.

Quería sorprenderla.

Pareces sorprendido.

Lo sorprendí.

Le sorprendí.

¿Te sorprendiste?

23

to proceed, start

Proceed with caution.

This is an illegal procedure.

It seemed the best way forward (to proceed).

It seemed the best way to start.

At first, everything proceeded according to plan.

You may injure yourselves if you don't follow the safety procedures.

proceder

Proceda con prudencia.

Este es un procedimiento ilegal.

Parecía la mejor manera de proceder.

Parecía la mejor manera de empezar.

Al principio, todo procedió según el plan.

Pueden lastimarse si no siguen los procedimientos de seguridad.

24

to convict, condemn

We are doomed.

Condemned to death.

condenar

Estamos condenados.

Condenado a muerte.

25

to consume, take in

Lightbulbs consume electricity.

I consume, therefore I am.

Tom consumes a lot of wine.

Tom doesn't use drugs.

The fire consumed the whole house.

The iron uses a lot of electricity.

Japan consumes a lot of paper.

consumir

Las ampolletas consumen electricidad.

Consumo, por lo tanto soy.

Tom consume mucho vino.

Tom no consume drogas.

El fuego consumió la casa entera

La plancha usa mucha electricidad..

Japón consume un montón de papel.

26

to suggest, hint at

What would you suggest I order?

Tom did it as you suggested.

I was about to suggest the same thing.

You had better do as I suggest (-ed). (Past tense)

sugerir (e-ie)

¿Qué sugeriríais que ordenara (First Pers Imperfect Subj ?)?

Tom lo hizo como le sugeriste.

Estaba a punto de sugerir lo mismo.

Mejor hubieras hecho lo que yo te sugerí. (Preterite)

27

to grant, concede



May I have this dance?

The mayor granted our request.

Without hesitation, I granted his request.

He was given the benefit of the doubt.

conceder
(Preterite concedí, -iste -ío, -imos -isteis -ieron)
(Imperfect concedía -ías -ía -íamos -íais -ían)

¿Me concedes este baile?

El alcalde concedió nuestra demanda.

Sin titubeos yo concedí su demanda.

Se le concedió el beneficio de la duda.

28

to compose, be part of

He composes beautiful poems.

Can you fix it temporarily?

It comes as two courses.

What does aspirin consist of?

Society is composed of individuals.

componer (-go)

Él compone poemas bellos.

¿Puede usted componerlo por ahora?

Se compone de dos platos.

¿De qué se compone la aspirina?

La sociedad se compone de individuos.

29

to repair, fix; to tidy up; to arrange, to sort out

I need to fix my computer in order to finish the project.

I must get it fixed.

I repair broken phones.

You know how to fix computers.

How will you fix it?

I'll arrange it.

The matter is all settled.

arreglar

Tengo que arreglar mi computador para poder terminar el proyecto.

Tengo que arreglarlo.

Arreglo celulares averiados.

Sabes arreglar ordenadores.

¿Cómo lo arreglarás?

Voy a arreglarlo.

El asunto está arreglado.

30

to get dressed up, to get ready

arreglarse

31

TO ENCOURAGE, inspire; to animate, enliven; to brighten up, cheer up

Cheer up!

He looks healthy. He looks well.

I tried to cheer him up.

animar


¡Ánimo!

Él parece animado.

Traté de animarlo.

32

to point, to note, to take notes, to aim

Aim. Fire!

I pointed at him.

Write down his address.

He always takes notes.

Tom pointed at Mary.

apuntar

Apunta. ¡Fuego!

Yo le apunté.

Apunta su dirección.

Él siempre toma apuntes.

Tom apuntó a Mary.

33

to free, liberate

They freed the prisoner.

Work liberates.

liberar

Liberaron al prisionero.

El trabajo libera.

34

to add

Add meat.

You add short examples.

I can't add anything else.

I added his name to the list.

I added a room to my house.

añadir

Añade carne.

Tú añades ejemplos cortos.

No puedo añadir nada más.

Añadí su nombre a la lista.

Añadí una habitación a mi casa.

35

to rotate, revolve

Where do I turn?

The earth rotates.

He turned around.

Turn right.

I turned the doorknob.

Turn the key to the right.

The Earth revolves around the Sun.

girar

¿Dónde giro?

La tierra gira.

Él se giró.

Gire a la derecha.

Giré el pomo de la puerta.

Gira la llave a la derecha.

La Tierra gira alrededor del Sol.

36

to fly

I hate flying.

I dreamed I was flying.

Prices have jumped.

The time has flown.

Tom knows how to fly a helicopter.

volar (o-ue)

Odio volar.

Soñé que volaba.

Los precios volaron.

El tiempo voló.

Tom sabe volar helicópteros.

37

to facilitate

These books will make your work easier.

Airplanes enable us to travel around the world in a few days.

Can you give us some details of these?


I can provide more details in writing.

facilitar

Estos libros facilitarán su trabajo.

Los aviones nos facilitan viajar por el mundo en un par de días.

¿Podría facilitar más información sobre esas medidas?

Puedo facilitar más detalles por escrito.



38

to solicit, request

Tom applied for a passport.

Have you applied for a passport yet?

I'm applying for a job.

A lot of people applied for the job.

Where do I claim my bags?

solicitar

Tom solicitó un pasaporte.

¿Ya solicitaste un pasaporte?

Estoy solicitando un empleo.

Muchísima gente solicitó ese puesto.

¿Dónde puedo solicitar mis maletas?

39

to fear

Don't be afraid.

I'm afraid of going blind.

He is afraid of making mistakes.

I fear nothing.

I'm afraid it will rain.

We feared the worst.

He is in fear of the dog.

temer

No temas.

Temo quedarme ciego.

Él teme equivocarse.

No temo nada.

Temo que lloverá.

Temíamos lo peor.

Le teme al perro.

40

to attack

We're under attack!

She attacked him.

I've been attacked.

Someone attacked him.

Someone attacked me.

We were attacked by pirates!

atacar

¡Nos atacan!

Ella le atacó.

He sido atacada.

Alguien lo atacó.

Alguien me atacó.

¡Fuimos atacados por piratas!

41

to hit, stick on

She hit him.

You almost hit me.

Did you just hit him?

There's another hitch.

She slammed the door.

pegar

Ella le pegó.

Casi me pegas.

¿Acabas de pegarle?

Hay otra pega.

Ella pegó un portazo. (when used means the door was slammed)

42

to judge

I have misjudged you.

I can't judge distance.

They couldn't judge me.

Who are you to judge me?

Let me be the judge of that.

juzgar

Te juzgué mal.

No puedo juzgar las distancias.

No me pudieron juzgar.

¿Quién sos vos para juzgarme?

Déjame que juzgue eso yo.

43

to interrupt

May I cut in?

Did I interrupt something?

Don't interrupt.

Excuse me for interrupting.

You're interrupting me.

I hope I'm not interrupting.

interrumpir

¿Puedo interrumpir?

¿Interrumpí algo?

No interrumpas.

Discúlpeme por interrumpir.

Me estás interrumpiendo.

Espero no estar interrumpiendo.

44

to manufacture

We can make shoes.

That factory manufactures toys.

He works in a factory.

Who made this box?

Many new factories have opened.

fabricar

Podemos fabricar zapatos.

Esa fábrica hace juguetes.

Trabaja en una fábrica.

¿Quién ha fabricado esta caja?

Han abierto muchas fábricas nuevas.

45

to trust, confide

Be confident.

I trust you. I am counting on you.

I trusted you.

We all trust you.

They felt sure of success.

confiar

Sé confiado.

Confío en ti.

Confiaba en ti.

Todos confiamos en ti.


Ellos confiaban en triunfar.

46

to operate

Do I need an operation?

The surgery went well.

The doctor decided to operate at once.

The doctor performed the operation.

The surgery was a success.

operar

¿Necesito una operación?

La operación salió bien.

El doctor decidió operar enseguida.

El doctor realizó la operación.

La operación fue un éxito.

47

to base on, base upon

What do you base your theory on?

This is based on fact.

Adversity strengthens the foundations.

Everything starts from the basis.

His argument was based on facts.

basar

¿En qué basas tu teoría?

Esto está basado en hechos.

La adversidad fortalece las bases.

Todo empieza desde la base.

Su argumento se basaba en hechos.

48

to estimate, to appreciate, think highly of
We estimate the damage at one thousand dollars.

We think the world of you.

I think that you are twenty years old.

He holds the professor in high esteem.

My boss thinks highly of me.

estimar
Estimamos los daños en mil dólares.


Les estimamos muchísimo.

Estimo que tienes veinte años.

Él tiene al profesor en alta estima.

Mi jefe me tiene en alta estima.

49

to confirm

transitive verb
1. (to corroborate)
a. to confirm
Several media outlets confirmed the drop in oil prices.

2. (to make definite)
a. to confirm
Juan, can you call up the restaurant to confirm tonight's booking?

3. (to reinforce)
a. to confirm
This latest Oscar confirms that he is an excellent director.

confirmar




Varios medios confirmaron la bajada del precio del petróleo.



Juan, llama al restaurante para confirmar la reserva de esta noche.



El nuevo Oscar confirma su excelencia como director.

50

to integrate, fit in

1. (to be part of)
a. to make up
England, Scotland and Wales make up Great Britain.

b. to form
28 countries form the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

c. no direct translation
The album comprises ten new songs and two cover versions.

The jury of the singing contest consists of musicians and critics.

2. (to combine)
a. to integrate
The new design integrates simplicity and elegance.

b. to incorporate
Pour the mix in a bowl and gradually incorporate the rest of the ingredients.

3. (mathematics)
a. to integrate
To integrate the function, first break up the quotient.

integrar



Inglaterra, Escocia y Gales integran Gran Bretaña


La Organización del Tratado del Atlántico Norte está integrada por 28 estados.


El álbum está integrado por diez nuevas canciones y dos versiones.

Integran el jurado del concurso de canto músicos y críticos.



El nuevo diseño integra simpleza y elegancia.


Coloca la mezcla en un bol y ve integrando el resto de los ingredientes.



Para integrar la función, primero tienes que descomponer el cociente.

51

to pass a test, approve

1. (law)
a. to pass
Congress passed an energy reform.

2. (plan, agreement)

b. to endorse
The neighborhood committee endorsed the city's plan.

3. (class, exam)
a. to pass
You have to study a lot to pass that math test.

4. (behavior)
a. to approve of
I don't approve of my neighbor's loud music at three in the morning.

aprobar (o-ue)



El congreso aprobó una reforma energética.



El comité de vecindarios aprobó el plan de la ciudad.



Hay que estudiar mucho para aprobar ese examen de matemáticas.



No apruebo la música fuerte de mi vecino a las tres de la mañana.

52

to engrave; to record or tape

1. (to make a recording)
a. to record
The singer recorded her first album this past summer.

b. to film (film, television)
They are filming several episodes of the show in my hometown.

2. (computing)
a. to save
Recomiendo que grabes el documento con tanta frecuencia como sea posible.I recommend that you save the document as often as possible.
3. (to inscribe)
a. to engrave (in stone or metal)
Los anillos de boda fueron grabados con las iniciales de los recién casados.The wedding rings were engraved with the initials of the newlyweds.
b. to carve (in wood)
La pareja grabó sus iniciales en el árbol para marcar el momento especial.The couple carved their initials into the tree to mark the special moment.

grabar



La cantante grabó su primer álbum este verano pasado.


Están grabando varios episodios de la serie en mi ciudad natal.

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1) to get wrong,
2) to make go wrong,

3) to make make a mistake
3) I trusted this app, but it made me make a mistake.

equivocar


3) Me fié de esta app y me equivocó.

54

to cry

llorar

55

to project

proyectar

56

to drink

beber

57

to appreciate

apreciar

58

to experience, experiment

experimentar

59

to love

amar

60

to rob, steal

robar

61

to laugh

reír (e-i)

62

to mix

mezclar

63

to distribute, deliver

distribuir

64

to move something away from something, put or set aside, separate

Please, move that bottle away from the edge of the table.

Put this package aside.

Put that knife away.

I looked away.

apartar


Por favor, aparta esa botella del borde de la mesa

Ponga este paquete aparte.

Pon el cuchillo aparte.

Yo aparté la vista.

65

to demand, to claim, to require

Smith demanded payment.

She claims the inheritance.

My secretary is pushing for a promotion.

reclamar

Smith reclamó el pago

Ella reclama la herencia.

La secretaria reclama un aumento.

66

to burn

quemar

67

to obey

obedecer (-zco)

68

to satisfy

satisfacer

69

to conceive, understand

concebir (e-i)

70

to react

reaccionar

71

to accuse

acusar

72

to spend money

gastar

73

to give as a gift

regalar

74

to complain; to groan or moan

quejarse

75

to penetrate, come in

penetrar (1531)

76

to produce, to perform, ----

The recipe produces enough for four people.

The workers are not performing as well as they are able.

ALSO means
to yield or to surrender

We're giving up.
I don't want to give up.
We will not surrender.

rendir (e-i) --- Riendo

La receta rinde suficiente para cuatro personas

Los trabajadores no están rindiendo así como son capaces

ALSO means
to yield or to surrender

Nos rendimos.
No quiero rendirme.
No nos rendiremos.

77

to surrender, to give up

rendirse (e-i)

78

to register, record

registrar

79

to clean

limpiar

80

to attribute

atribuir

81

to hide

ocultar

82

to inform, to notify

We have to inform the authorities.

The secretary will send a letter to notify you.

enterar

Tenemos que enterar a las autoridades.

La secretaria le enviará una carta para enterarle.

83

to find out, learn

I will find out the truth no matter what.

I just got the word.

I was aware of that.

I don't understand anything

enterarse

Me enteraré de la verdad pase lo que pase

Acabo de enterarme.

Estaba enterado de eso.

No me entero de nada.

84

1) to adjust, 2) to fit;
How do you adjust the brightness on this television?
You can regulate the temperature by turning the knob on the thermostat.

2) to fit;
2) Help me fit these large drawers into the the cabinet.

ajustar
¿Cómo se ajusta el brillo de este televisor?

Puedes ajustar la temperatura girando la perilla del termostato.


Ayúdame en ajustar estos cajones grandes al gabinete

85

to aspire, want

aspirar

86

to turn to, appeal to, resort to

I can always turn to my father for advice.

recurrir a (1555) ALSO acudir

Siempre puedo recurrir a mi padre en busca de consejo

87

to escape, flee, run off, evade, abscond, avoid

I saw him run away.
You can't run from the past.
I have to get away from here.
I was lucky enough to escape unhurt.
The dog is trying to escape.

huir


Lo vi huir.
No puedes huir del pasado.
Tengo que huir de aquí.
Tuve la suerte para huir ileso.
El perro está tratando de huir.

88

to perceive, notice

percibir

89

to pass, to go by, to occur, take place
Three weeks went by.
The story takes place in Lisbon.
The conference went on according to plan.

transcurrir
Transcurrieron tres semanas.
La historia transcurre en Lisboa.
La conferencia transcurrió según el plan.

90

to recommend

recomendar (e-ie)

91

to correct

corregir (e-i)

92

to consult

consultar

93

to suffer
She suffers from low blood pressure.
Tom has a heart condition.

to endure

padecer (1590) ALSO sufrir
Ella padece hipotensión.
Tom padece del corazón.

perdurar, soportar

94

to make, develop

elaborar

95

to dream

soñar (o-ue)

96

to shout

There's someone shouting in the street.

I don't like to go to soccer games because there are so many people screaming.

The coach shouted the plays to his team

gritar

Hay alguien gritando en la calle

No me gusta ir a los partidos de fútbol porque hay tanta gente gritando.

El entrenador gritó las jugadas a su equipo.

97

to translate

traducir (-zco)

98

to add up to; to equal

Marina learned to add and subtract in her math class.


Six and four add up to ten.

This soup is tasteless. Can you add a bit more salt?

sumar

Marina aprendió a sumar y a restar en su clase de matemáticas.

Seis y cuatro suman diez.

La sopa está sosa. ¿Puedes sumar un poco más de sal??

99

to feed, support

Did you feed the baby?

(to give fuel to)
a. to feed
Keep feeding the engine or the train will stop.

alimentar

¿Alimentaste al bebé?

(to give fuel to)
a. to feed
Sigue alimentado el motor o el tren se detendrá.

100

to eliminate

(to make dissapear)
a. to remove
I spilled sauce on my blouse and I have not been able to remove the stain.

eliminar

(to make dissapear)
a. to remove
Me cayó salsa en la blusa y no he podido eliminar la mancha.

101

(general)
a. from...on
From this day on, I will no longer eat cookies.

b. as of
As of April first, the price will rise five percent.


c. starting
Starting next Tuesday she'll be teaching first grade.


d. since
. Since her enrollment she has been a dedicated student.

(general)
a. from...on
A partir de este día, dejaré de comer galletas.

b. as of
A partir del primero de abril, el precio subirá un cinco por ciento.

c. starting
A partir del próximo martes estará enseñando el primer grado.

d. since
A partir de su inscripción ha sido una estudiante aplicada.

102

To grasp

Agarrar

103

Without hesitation

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