Today we bring you some of the phrasal verbs we have seen at Englishcafe! We know that some of them seem kind of weird so we will show you their translation in spanish so you can understand their propper meaning. But firts, here is your Idiomatic Expression and your phrasal verbs of the week.
Idiomatic Expression of the Week:To Drink Up
- Definition: To finish a drink.
- Example: Drink up, please, it’s closing time.
- To Peel Off
- Definition: To remove the skin/rind/cuter covering of fruit/vegetables
- Example: She peeled the skin off the apples for the fruit salad.
- Definition: Eat at a restaurant or somebody else’s home dine out.
- Example: We are going to eat out because it’s your birthday.
- Translation: Cenar fuera.
- Definition: Discover locate catch out learn.
- Example: I found out your secret spot!
- Translation: Descubir.
- Definition: To become liquid dissolve to fade gradually.
- Example: The ice cubes melted away quickly in the intense heat.
- Translation: Derretir.
- Definition: Compare prices consider a number of possibilities.
- Example: I’ve been shopping around for a new car, but they’re all priced too high.
- Translation: Comparar precios.
- Definition: Spend time relaxing or idly dangle.
- Example: Is this where you guys hang out all the time?
- Translation: Salir, relajarse.
- Definition: Stay somewhere for the night.
- Example: I’m going to sleep over in a tent with my friends for my birthday.
- Translation: Pasar la noche.
- Definition: Increase the temperature prepare body for exercise.
- Example: Everyday, before exercising, we have to warm up!
- Translation: Calentar.
- Definition: Leave unexpectedly escape.
- Example: Don’t run away, I need your advice!
- Translation: Escaparse, fugarse, correr.
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