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VOCABULARY EXTENTION (pag. 8)

Verb

Noun

Adjective

Significado verbo

Defeat

Defeat

Defeated

Vencer, derrotar

Dramatise

Drama

Dramatic

Dramatizar

Interest

Interest

Interested/interesting

Interesar

Fascinate

Fascination

Fascinated/fascinating

Facinar

Resemble

Resemblance

Parecerse

Criticise

Critic/criticism

critical

Criticar

PHRASAL VERBS WITH COME

COME DOWN WITH

Caught

Caer Enfermo

I came Down with a cold after the skiing trip

COME UP

Happened Unexpectedly

Ocurrir Algo por casualidad

I am sorry I couldn’t meet you yesterday, something came up

COME UP WITH

Thought of

Pensar en, ocurrirse

Have you come Up with any ideas for your project yet?

COME ACROSS

Found

Dar con, Encontrarse

I came Across a great website the other day

COME ON

Started working

Encenderse

As soon as I entered the house, the lights came on and everyone shouted, “Happy birthday!”

EXPRESSIONS WITH OUT

GET OUT OF CONTROL

Impossible to manage

Fuera de control

Crime has got out of control here

COME OUT OF RETIREMENT

Back to work

Volver a trabajar

BE OUT OF SHAPE

Not very fit

No estar en forma

GO OUT OF BUSINESS

Bankrupt

Quebrar, bancarrota

SEEM OUT OF PLACE

Like it doesn’t belong

Fuera de lugar

BE OUT OF PROPORTION

Really exaggerated

Muy exagerado

BE OUT OF YOUR MIND

Crazy

Loco, perder el juicio

BE OUT OF REACH

Fuera del alcance

COMPOUND NOUNS AND ADJECTIVES

Snow-covered

Nevado

Matchstick

Monigote

Childlike

Infantil

Classmate

Compañero de clase

Full-length

Completo

Bestseller

Éxito de ventas

Decision-making

Toma de decisiones

Skyscraper

Rascacielos

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