By Edward R. Rosset

ISBN-10: 847873371X

ISBN-13: 9788478733712

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Fuera de aqui/, /largate/ he cleared off out of the country, se largo del pais. they cleared off as soon as they saw him coming, se largaron en cuanto le vieron llegar. • clear out limpiar, vaciar; liquidar (comercio); irse, largarse. they cleared the site out, desescombraron el solar. « clear up limpiar, ordenar; aclarar (problema); resolver (dudas); aclararse; disiparse (niebla); despejarse (el cielo); comerse. he cleared up the problem, aclaro el problema. in the end the whole thing was cleared up, finalmente se soluciono el asunto.

The truck came off the road, el camion se salio de la carretera. the wheel came off my bike, la rueda se salio de la bici. his speech came off very well, le salio muy bien el discurso. it was meant to be funny, but it didn't come off at all, pretendfa ser comico, pero no tuvo ninguna gracia we came off worst in the deal, nosotros fuimos los que peor parados salimos del asunto. come on empezar (lluvia); aparecer (enfermedad); acercarse (noche); avanzar; hacer progresos; crecer, desarrollarse (planta); salir a escena (actor); tener en perspective; encenderse, venir (luz).

Crash down caer con estrepito. the whole scaffold crashed down, todo el andamio se vino abajo. the ceiling came crashing down on them, el techo se les derrumbo encima. « crash into irrumpir; chocar contra. he crashed into the room, irrumpio en la habitation. the car crashed into the tree, el coche choco contra el arbol. » crash out quedarse a dormir. can I crash out at your place? ¿puedo quedarme a dormir en tu casa? we just crashed out on the floor, nos tiramos a dormir en el suelo • creep arrastrarse, hacer la pelota.

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