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  • 401 salir grietas

    (v.) = develop + cracks
    Ex. However, the tremendous increase in publication volume that cannot be reconciled with the number of scholars undertaking and reporting their research suggests that the process has developed cracks, if indeed it has not broken down completely.
    * * *
    (v.) = develop + cracks

    Ex: However, the tremendous increase in publication volume that cannot be reconciled with the number of scholars undertaking and reporting their research suggests that the process has developed cracks, if indeed it has not broken down completely.

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  • 402 salir horriblemente mal

    (v.) = go + horribly wrong
    Ex. Krissi said that it would be ready this week unless 'everything goes horribly wrong'.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + horribly wrong

    Ex: Krissi said that it would be ready this week unless 'everything goes horribly wrong'.

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  • 403 salir huyendo

    (v.) = make off, do + a bunk
    Ex. To pull off the heist, the thief stole a swipe card for the complex before using the wheelchair to make off.
    Ex. As soon as the advance was paid however the manager did a bunk with the money, around £100000, and was never seen nor heard of again.
    * * *
    (v.) = make off, do + a bunk

    Ex: To pull off the heist, the thief stole a swipe card for the complex before using the wheelchair to make off.

    Ex: As soon as the advance was paid however the manager did a bunk with the money, around £100000, and was never seen nor heard of again.

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  • 404 salir juntos

    (v.) = be an item
    Ex. Being salacious in character, he spread the gossip that the boss and his new secretary were an item.
    * * *
    (v.) = be an item

    Ex: Being salacious in character, he spread the gossip that the boss and his new secretary were an item.

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  • 405 salir los dientes

    (v.) = cut + Posesivo + teeth
    Ex. 'Is he cutting his teeth?' 'Yes,' murmured Fenichka, 'he has cut four teeth already and now the gums are swollen again.
    * * *
    (v.) = cut + Posesivo + teeth

    Ex: 'Is he cutting his teeth?' 'Yes,' murmured Fenichka, 'he has cut four teeth already and now the gums are swollen again.

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  • 406 salir mal

    v.
    1 to come off badly with, to come badly off with, to fail in.
    Mis planes salen mal My plans come off badly.
    Nos salió mal We made out badly.
    Mi primo sale mal My cousin fails.
    Me salió mal el proyecto I came off badly with the project.
    2 to come off badly, to come out badly, to go bad, to go wrong.
    Mis planes salen mal My plans come off badly.
    3 to come off badly, to make out badly.
    Nos salió mal We made out badly.
    4 to have bad luck with.
    Me salió mal el negocio I had bad luck with the deal.
    5 to fail.
    Mi primo sale mal My cousin fails.
    6 to get bad results from.
    Me salió mal el plan I got bad results from the plan.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + wrong, go + awry, misfire, backfire
    Ex. Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.
    Ex. I have heard too many horror stories of such systems going awry.
    Ex. While project ALBIS was seen as an exercise in networking that misfired it did produce some positive results = Aunque se consideraba que el proyecto ALBIS fue un intento de cooperación en red que fracasó, no obstante produjo algunos resultados positivos.
    Ex. While this direct contact can backfire if the person is not knowledgeable about the product, it is also a golden opportunity to respond directly to customer questions and unique needs.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + wrong, go + awry, misfire, backfire

    Ex: Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.

    Ex: I have heard too many horror stories of such systems going awry.
    Ex: While project ALBIS was seen as an exercise in networking that misfired it did produce some positive results = Aunque se consideraba que el proyecto ALBIS fue un intento de cooperación en red que fracasó, no obstante produjo algunos resultados positivos.
    Ex: While this direct contact can backfire if the person is not knowledgeable about the product, it is also a golden opportunity to respond directly to customer questions and unique needs.

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  • 407 salir perjudicado

    (v.) = pay + the price, pay + the penalty
    Ex. The searcher, however, pays the price with less-accessible records and with loss of searching facilities.
    Ex. They will have to free themselves from the shackles of convention or else pay the penalty.
    * * *
    (v.) = pay + the price, pay + the penalty

    Ex: The searcher, however, pays the price with less-accessible records and with loss of searching facilities.

    Ex: They will have to free themselves from the shackles of convention or else pay the penalty.

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  • 408 salir pitando

    v.
    to make a dash for it, to leave in a hurry, to cut and run, to flash off.
    * * *
    (v.) = take off, bolt, make + a bolt for, dash off, shoot off, take to + Posesivo + heels, run off
    Ex. No, he was not one to take off like a deer at the first warning of certain dangers.
    Ex. These are some of the shots I took before the heavens opened and we bolted for the car.
    Ex. Most birds, faced with a predator, will make a bolt for safety, even if it means abandoning any eggs or chicks in its nest.
    Ex. One at a time a bird lands, picks out a fat sunflower seed and then dashes off.
    Ex. The witness said that the cockpit of the ill-fated Boeing 737 shot off 'like a meteorite' when the plane hit the ground on its belly.
    Ex. When the lad heard it he got frightened, and took to his heels as though he were running a race.
    Ex. She ran off to take out the appropriate protection order against Mr. Pants, considering his intent to kill her.
    * * *
    (v.) = take off, bolt, make + a bolt for, dash off, shoot off, take to + Posesivo + heels, run off

    Ex: No, he was not one to take off like a deer at the first warning of certain dangers.

    Ex: These are some of the shots I took before the heavens opened and we bolted for the car.
    Ex: Most birds, faced with a predator, will make a bolt for safety, even if it means abandoning any eggs or chicks in its nest.
    Ex: One at a time a bird lands, picks out a fat sunflower seed and then dashes off.
    Ex: The witness said that the cockpit of the ill-fated Boeing 737 shot off 'like a meteorite' when the plane hit the ground on its belly
    .
    Ex: When the lad heard it he got frightened, and took to his heels as though he were running a race.
    Ex: She ran off to take out the appropriate protection order against Mr. Pants, considering his intent to kill her.

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  • 409 salir por los cerros de Ubeda

    (v.) = go off on + a tangent, go off at + a tangent, fly off on + a tangent
    Ex. The book encourages the reader to go off on a tangent and wander from thought to thought endlessly.
    Ex. If you go off at tangents, you could end up with pointless discussions about the best car to buy, the public transport alternatives, etc.
    Ex. There's a real danger of flying off on a tangent while writing about this as it for once is purely about politics and there's 'nowt' as controversial as that.
    * * *
    (v.) = go off on + a tangent, go off at + a tangent, fly off on + a tangent

    Ex: The book encourages the reader to go off on a tangent and wander from thought to thought endlessly.

    Ex: If you go off at tangents, you could end up with pointless discussions about the best car to buy, the public transport alternatives, etc.
    Ex: There's a real danger of flying off on a tangent while writing about this as it for once is purely about politics and there's 'nowt' as controversial as that.

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  • 410 salir por piernas

    *to take one's heels, leg it*
    * * *
    (v.) = make + a hasty exit
    Ex. The women will either look uncomfortable and make a hasty exit or will stand there with blank looks on their faces pretending not to have heard.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + a hasty exit

    Ex: The women will either look uncomfortable and make a hasty exit or will stand there with blank looks on their faces pretending not to have heard.

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  • 411 salir por pies

    *to take to one's heels, leg it*
    * * *
    (v.) = take off + running, leg it, take to + Posesivo + heels, run off
    Ex. But luckily the animals were all fairly timid and with a holler they would take off running.
    Ex. The book ' Legging it' overviews trends in male and female dress from the Middle Ages to the present, concentrating on leg coverings: breeches, trousers, stockings'.
    Ex. When the lad heard it he got frightened, and took to his heels as though he were running a race.
    Ex. She ran off to take out the appropriate protection order against Mr. Pants, considering his intent to kill her.
    * * *
    (v.) = take off + running, leg it, take to + Posesivo + heels, run off

    Ex: But luckily the animals were all fairly timid and with a holler they would take off running.

    Ex: The book ' Legging it' overviews trends in male and female dress from the Middle Ages to the present, concentrating on leg coverings: breeches, trousers, stockings'.
    Ex: When the lad heard it he got frightened, and took to his heels as though he were running a race.
    Ex: She ran off to take out the appropriate protection order against Mr. Pants, considering his intent to kill her.

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  • 412 salir resueltamente

    (v.) = sally forth
    Ex. She put the dishes in the sink, locked the balcony door, found her purse, and sallied forth.
    * * *

    Ex: She put the dishes in the sink, locked the balcony door, found her purse, and sallied forth.

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  • 413 salir rugiendo

    (v.) = roar out of
    Ex. Across the street, an American tank roared out of the monumental gates of the Defense Ministry, untouched by the looters presumably because they knew that the ministry, at least, would be under close guard by American troops.
    * * *

    Ex: Across the street, an American tank roared out of the monumental gates of the Defense Ministry, untouched by the looters presumably because they knew that the ministry, at least, would be under close guard by American troops.

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  • 414 salir sangre

    v.
    to bleed.
    * * *
    (v.) = draw + blood
    Ex. He ended up biting his lip and drawing some blood after doing a few summersaults and landing on his face.
    * * *
    (v.) = draw + blood

    Ex: He ended up biting his lip and drawing some blood after doing a few summersaults and landing on his face.

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  • 415 salir según lo planeado

    (v.) = go off + as planned
    Ex. This unlikely threesome of a con artist, a hit man, and a idiot find themselves in deep water when their heist doesn't go off as planned.
    * * *
    (v.) = go off + as planned

    Ex: This unlikely threesome of a con artist, a hit man, and a idiot find themselves in deep water when their heist doesn't go off as planned.

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  • 416 salir según lo previsto

    (v.) = go off + as planned
    Ex. This unlikely threesome of a con artist, a hit man, and a idiot find themselves in deep water when their heist doesn't go off as planned.
    * * *
    (v.) = go off + as planned

    Ex: This unlikely threesome of a con artist, a hit man, and a idiot find themselves in deep water when their heist doesn't go off as planned.

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  • 417 salir sigilosamente

    (v.) = steal away, slither out of
    Ex. He had merely stolen away as inconspicuously as possible.
    Ex. Drowsily he slithered out of bed, opened his closet door and got dressed like he had done every morning before.
    * * *
    (v.) = steal away, slither out of

    Ex: He had merely stolen away as inconspicuously as possible.

    Ex: Drowsily he slithered out of bed, opened his closet door and got dressed like he had done every morning before.

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  • 418 salir sin ganar ni perder

    (v.) = break + even
    Ex. Would the library have to charge more than the major document delivery suppliers in order to break even on the cost of the service?.
    * * *
    (v.) = break + even

    Ex: Would the library have to charge more than the major document delivery suppliers in order to break even on the cost of the service?.

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  • 419 salir sin un rasguño

    (v.) = leave without + a scratch
    Ex. He was left without a scratch and pursued the shooter on foot until the gunman commandeered a passing car.
    * * *
    (v.) = leave without + a scratch

    Ex: He was left without a scratch and pursued the shooter on foot until the gunman commandeered a passing car.

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  • 420 salir sobre ruedas

    (v.) = go off without + a hitch
    Ex. Though she was sweating bullets, her show went off without a hitch.
    * * *
    (v.) = go off without + a hitch

    Ex: Though she was sweating bullets, her show went off without a hitch.

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