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Ann broke in her shoes at last, Ana amoldó los zapatos al fin. ; A prominent aspect of something.collocation: Adjetivo Sinónimos: fastidious, scrupulous, too fussy, affected, choosy, finicky, nitpicking, picky, compunctious, qualmish; Excessively fastidious and easily disgusted. The lawyer counselled me when I was accused of tax fraud. asesorar, dar asesoría; Sinónimos: counsel; Give advice to. recomendar; Sinónimos: recommend, suggest, counsel, offer as advice; Give advice to. informal someone who is lazy or stupid Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of lump: layabout, slob, couch potato, deadbeat, passenger... I am snowed undersnowed underwith too much work to deal with We’re snowed under with applications for the job. something that a particular person regularly does On Wednesday evening, as was his custom, he went down to the village. We made a loss on the house sale.a pactmake or take a decisiona mistakeprofit froma telefon callthe swap - el cambioa speechsurea statementmake a suggestion 1.So squeamish he would only touch the toilet handle with his elbow. reconocimiento general; Sinónimos: general check up2. reconocimiento médico, chequeo, revisión, reconocimiento; Sinónimos: medical check-up, medical checkup, checkup, examination, physical, physical examination, revision, checking-up /bruːz/ Plural: bruises 1. aconsejar, dar consejo, apercibir, caucionar, preconizar; Sinónimos: counsel, warn, caution, suggest, admonish, give advice, give advice to, give counsel to, caveat, rede; Give advice to. Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of snow: busy, active, tied up, rushed, load down... ; Overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli. [countable/uncountable] something that people do that is traditional or usual local customs and traditions the custom of doing something: the custom of kissing under the mistletoe Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of custom: tradition, practice, institution, legacy, manners... Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of custom: habit, routine, daily life, tendency, ritual... economics a government department that collects taxes on goods that people bring into a country Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of customs: more 2. ; Begin work or acting in a certain capacity, office or job. Sustituir - make up for something to take the place of something that has been lost or damaged Nothing can make up for the loss of a child.2. Make up for something to provide something good, so that something bad seems less important The good weather made up for the bad organization.mingle something with something: Polly felt hope mingled with fear. desaparecer, desaparecerse, desaparecer de la vista, desvanecerse, esfumarse, extinguirse; Sinónimos: disappear, duck out, fade, fade away, get out of sight, get out of view, melt away; Get lost, especially without warning or explanation. Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of perk: wake up, enliven, spice up, vary, liven up...Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of mingle: mix, dissolve, stir in, jumble, combine... more Synonyms or related words for this meaning of Synonyms or related words for this meaning of grit: more 2.more/bɪˈsaɪdz/Besides can be used in the following ways:as a preposition (followed by a noun): Did you talk to anyone else besides Joan? 1 in addition to someone or something else that is being mentioned A lot of them are studying other things besides Italian. I can recommend you a value for money holiday he company offers good service and value for money - la compañía ofrece un buen servicio a buen precio a menu value for moneyan economical car: the petrol you buy for your car lasts long man /ˈɔːs(ə)m/ 1. Synonyms: excellent, exceptional, high-grade, superlative, good... - 1 (=emotional awareness) sensibilidad f (to a) 2 (=touchiness) susceptibilidad f (to a) 3 (=delicate nature) [ of issue, subject] lo delicado4 (=confidentiality) [ of document, information] carácter m confidencial, confidencialidad f 5 [ of skin, teeth] sensibilidad f (to a) 6 (=responsiveness) [ of instrument, film] sensibilidad f : to come together with someone, unexpectedly or as planned We usually meet up for a quick coffee in the morning.as an adverb (without a following noun): I’ve read all the books on the list and a few others a way of starting a new statement and connecting it to the previous statement: I don’t want to go shopping. There are cakes and sandwiches, and lots more besides. very impressive and sometimes a little frightening an awesome task/responsibility/power Synonyms : respected, praiseworthy, heroic, admirable, noteworthy 2. They promised to meet up again in a year's time prometieron volver a verse or quedar un año después We meet up for lunch occasionally de vez en cuando quedamos para almorzar juntos where did you two meet up? 2 (=join) empalmar this road meets up with the motorway esta carretera empalma con la autopista As a teacher it is difficult to keep track of all their students They prefer him to live at home where they can keep track of him - prefieren que viva en casa donde le pueden seguir la pista Do you find it hard to keep track of all your bills?besides being/doing something: Besides being a teammate, he’s my friend. - ¿le resulta difícil mantenerse al corriente de todas sus facturas?Besides making money, the company aims to set high standards of quality and design. Start keeping track of how much you spend - empiece a tomar nota de cuánto gasta in a position that is just before the last one/just after the next one My name was last but one on the list.
Marshall was really overpassing his authority when he ordered the security guards to fire their tasers at the trespassers. Groups that seek to control a social system or activity from which they derive private benefit. it perks up the flavour of frozen vegetables da vida a or anima las verduras congeladas b vi adv [person] reanimarse , (in health) sentirse mejorbusiness is perking up el negocio va mejorando ears perked up when his name was mentioned todo el mundo aguzó el oído cuando se mencionó su nombre share prices perked up as a result of the deal la cotización de las acciones aumentó como resultado del trato #if someone perks up, or if something perks them up, they begin to feel happier or more lively Sue perked up when she heard the news.
someone who is very interested in technical or scientific subjects, especially computers. experience as: We’re looking for someone with experience as a teacher.
This word usually shows that you think people like this are boring/'ɪnkʌm/ n uncountable or countableincome: income support~ support n uncountable (in UK) subsidio otorgado a personas de bajos ingresos;income tax~ tax n uncountable - impuesto m sobre or a la renta, impuesto m a los réditos (Arg) 1. ‹hopes/plans› frustrar; that would ~ the object of the exercise eso iría en contra de lo que se pretende lograr 3. get/gain experience: You need to get more management experience.experiences: something you feel1. the knowledge that you get from life and from being in a lot of different situations2.
Besides, you know how Tim hates parties.'View' is essentially like a scene or a picture that you could see when you look out of a window. someone who asks for money and other things from someone such as a friend or relative and makes no effort to give them anything or to pay for anything themselvesshowing disapproval someone who is very interested in other people’s private lives and activities and tries to get involved in them in a way that is annoyingshe is a real busybody (countable noum ): entrometido Adjective:(=enthusiast) fanático(-a) m/f , adicto(-a) m/f health freak maniático(-a) m/f en cuestión de salud peace freak fanático(-a) m/f de la paz Noun:1 (=person) monstruo m , fenómeno m (=plant, animal) monstruo m (=event) anomalía f a freak of nature un fenómeno de la naturaleza the result was a freak el resultado fue totalmente anómalo a freak wave♦ freak show n (at circus etc) espectáculo m de fenómenos de feria (fig) espectáculo m de bichos raros * 1. The court has the right to impose heavy fines (=large fines)I have eated I will go for a walkas soon as I have finished I will give you a buzz Since I last saw (Past)Tiempo no acabado Present Perfect I have seen her this morning I have met her during the last two weeks: ɪkˈspɪəriəns/ a knowledge youg gain as you go through lifesingular experienceplural experiences * the holiday/experience/chance etc of a lifetime1,1 [uncountable] knowledge and skill that is gained through time spent doing a job or activity You don’t need any experience to work here.
'Sight' apart from being the sense of being able to see also often refers to a particular object such as a building that is of interest. an amount of money that you have to pay because you have broken the law He had to pay a hefty fine. We would like to find someone with more experience.