PHRASAL VERBS Off 9

 0    11 schede    emigdiokaz
Scarica mp3 Stampa Gioca Testa il tuo livello
 
Domanda English Risposta English
EARN YOUR KEEP. ---------- Donal said that he felt he doesn't need such a high salary. He actually doesn't need "earning his keep". -------- earn your keep
inizia ad imparare
Ganarse la vida. the amount of money you need to pay for food, clothing, a place to live, etc. — used in the phrase earn your keep.
EARN YOUR KEEP. ---------- Edy's been living off her parents long enough. It's time for her to get a job and start "earning her keep". ------ earn your keep
LIVE OFF something. ---------- Many people dream of retiring early and "living off" their investments. --------------- LIVE OFF something.
inizia ad imparare
Vivir de. to have enough money for the things you need by taking it from a supply of money or from another person. (see also: live on).
LIVE OFF something ---------- Lalo said, I had to "live off" my savings while I was looking for a job. --------------- LIVE OFF something.
LOG OFF ---------- Rose told April, you should "log off" when you’ve finished checking the online accounts. --------------- log off.
inizia ad imparare
Cerrar sesión, finalizar sesión. to finish using a computer system. log off... (see also: log out).
LOG OFF ---------- The technician in Haddady said, could you all log off for five minutes, please?. --------------- log off.
WARD something OFF/AGAINST. ----- Ceci said, I eat an orange every day to "ward off" colds. --------------- ward something off/against
inizia ad imparare
Protegerse de, defenderse de, mantener a raya.
WARD something OFF/AGAINST. ---------- Obama said that the economic recession destroyed many companies, and many others had to "ward the effects off" by reducing costs and limiting expenditure. --------------- WARD something OFF/AGAINST.
WEAR OFF. ---------- Nobody will be able to wake Ceci up until the sleeping pills she took "wear off". --------------- wear off.
inizia ad imparare
Desvaneserse, desaparecer, quitarse. if something such as a pain, an emotion, or a feeling wears off, it gradually disappears.
WEAR OFF. --------- The numbness in Tribilin's knee was starting to "wear off". --------------- wear off.
WRITE OFF something. ---------- Juan said, I had "written off" college because I couldn't afford to pay tuition. -------------- WRITE OFF something.
inizia ad imparare
Declarar algo como perdido o perdida total., aceptar, conciderar algo como perdido o perdida total. to consider (someone or something) to be lost, hopeless, unimportant, etc.
WRITE OFF something. ---------- Manuel the baker said, I "wrote tribilin off" as a friend. ---------------(WRITE OFF something.
WRITE OFF something. ——— Ricardo Ferreti said, I wouldn't "write off" the team just yet. The season still has a long way to go. -------------- WRITE OFF something.
inizia ad imparare
Declarar algo como perdido o perdida total., aceptar, conciderar algo como perdido o perdida total. to consider (someone or something) to be lost, hopeless, unimportant, etc.
COUNTERFIT. ---------- Alcapone use a special light to identify "counterfeit" money. --------------- counterfeit.
inizia ad imparare
falso. fake.
COUNTERFIT. ---------- The "counterfeit" banknotes were very good copies. They passed them off as real banknotes and no-one noticed at first. --------------- counterfeit.
WEAR OFF. ---------- The painkillers "wore off" after a couple of hours. ------ wear off.
inizia ad imparare
Desvaneserse, desaparecer, quitarse. if something such as a pain, an emotion, or a feeling wears off, it gradually disappears.
WEAR OFF. ---------- The shine on the leather will wear off pretty quickly. ------ wear off.
POLISH OFF something. ---------- Half the cake was left over, but Gregorio "polished it all off" in the morning. He didn’t even leave one piece for me!. --------------- POLISH OFF something.
inizia ad imparare
Liquidar, exterminar, acabarse algo por completo. to finish something quickly and easily, especially a large amount of food or a piece of work. (see also: finish off).
Quito "polished off" the whole cake without offering a slice to anyone else. (polish off) something... Franco's just "polished off" a pizza and half a loaf of bread. --------------- POLISH OFF something.
WARD something OFF. ---------- After you drive a new car for a while, the novelty wears off. ----------- wear off.
inizia ad imparare
Desvaneserse, desaparecer, quitarse. if something such as a pain, an emotion, or a feeling wears off, it gradually disappears.
This spray will help ward off the mosquitoes. --------- WARD something OFF.

Devi essere accedere per pubblicare un commento.