Curso de Inglés para Hispanohablantes

Recursos del Idioma para Estudiantes y Profesores

Verbos Frasales
anterior <--- A - B - C - D - F - G - H - K - L - M - P - R - S - T - W ---> siguiente
1) BACK DOWN - echarse atrás  7) BREAK DOWN - averiarse, descomponerse
2) BACK OUT - romper una promesa  8) BREAK IN(TO) - entrar por la fuerza
3) BACK UP - apoyar  9) BREAK OUT - comenzar (una calamidad)
4) BACK UP - retroceder 10) BREAK UP - romper relaciones
5) BLOW UP - estallar 11) BRING UP - educar, criar
6) BLOW UP - llenar de aire, inflar 12) BRING UP - proponer, traer a colación
1) Susan threatened to leave, but later she backed down and stayed. 7) Jack had a terrible day yesterday. His car broke down on his way to work.
2) Bill's father promised to buy him a bicycle, but he finally backed out of his promise. 8) Burglars broke into Jack's apartment while he was on vacation.
3) If you decide to present that proposal, I'll back you up . 9) The nation was happy until a terrible war broke out.
4) Can you back your car up a little? It's blocking my driveway ! 10) Tom got very angry and broke up with Susan.
5) The soldiers blew the bridge up . Nobody can cross now. 11) His parents died, so he was brought up by his grandfather.
6) Will you help me blow these balloons up for the party? 12) A posible solution was brought up in the last meeting.

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