Traducción: de espanol

to go with something

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  • with something in mind — with someone/something/in mind phrase while thinking about someone or something We moved here with the children’s schooling in mind. This room was designed with Carol in mind. With that in mind, let us turn to page 77 …   Useful english dictionary

  • imbue something with (something) — imbue (someone/something) with (something) to fill someone or something with a particular quality or feeling. Her poetry was imbued with a love of the outdoors. They seemed more interested in enriching themselves than in imbuing people with the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • saddle something with (something) — saddle (someone/something) with (something) to give someone or something a difficult responsibility. Student aid often comes as loans, which can saddle students with debt for years. I hope I m not going to be saddled with all the cooking on this… …   New idioms dictionary

  • make free with something — british phrase to use something that does not belong to you as though it does belong to you Don’t you think the owner will have something to say about your making free with his belongings? Thesaurus: to borrow somethingsynonym to use something,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • let fly (with) (something) — 1. to throw something or shoot something from a weapon. Police officers let fly canisters of tear gas. The guy in the leather jacket was leaping over the counter when I let fly with a soda bottle. 2. to express yourself in a way that will excite… …   New idioms dictionary

  • fit in with something — fit (someone/something) in with (someone/something) to belong with something. We must fit new buildings in with the styles and scale of buildings that have been here for two hundred years. She will fit in well with those high powered… …   New idioms dictionary

  • imbue someone with (something) — imbue (someone/something) with (something) to fill someone or something with a particular quality or feeling. Her poetry was imbued with a love of the outdoors. They seemed more interested in enriching themselves than in imbuing people with the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • saddle someone with (something) — saddle (someone/something) with (something) to give someone or something a difficult responsibility. Student aid often comes as loans, which can saddle students with debt for years. I hope I m not going to be saddled with all the cooking on this… …   New idioms dictionary

  • come up with something — come up with (something) to think of, develop, or find something. They ve tried to come up with a solution. Over the summer they re hoping to come up with 100,000 volunteers. Related vocabulary: pony up something …   New idioms dictionary

  • go through with something — go through with (something) to do something you planned or promised to do. I hoped he wasn t really going through with the plan. Had she known about the risks, she might not have gone through with the operation. Usage notes: usually said about… …   New idioms dictionary

  • in keeping with (something) — 1. because of something. There will be no flowers at the funeral, in keeping with the family s wishes. 2. suited to something. The new windows are in keeping with the colonial style of the house …   New idioms dictionary


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