Glass doors – Puertas de cristal
My cousin broke the glass doors with his ball.
Kind of temptation – Tipo de tentación
There are different kinds of temptation.
Lottery tickets – Décimos de loteria
Guillermo sells lottery tickets every day.
Mood swing – Cambios bruscos de humor
That girl has constant mood swings.
Sense of guilt – Sentimiento de culpa
He has a sense of guilt because he brok me my heart.
Subject of publicity – Objeto de publicidad
Models are subjects of publicity.
Tabloid newspapers – Periódicos de formato grande
They sell tabloid newspapers at the church.
Big money – Mucho dinero
My associate owes me big money
Crowded room – Habitación abarrotada
The supermarket is always crowded.
Emotional panic – Pánico emocional
When I see a cockroach, I feel emotional panic.
Important meeting – Reunión imporatante
I have an important meeting on Tuesday.
Jackpot winner – Ganador del premio gordo
Many journalists visited the jackpot winners the day after their win.
Little handbook – Manual pequeño
I lost my little handbook in the bus.
Recurring nightmares – pesadillas que se repiten
Lately, I am recurring nightmares.
Regional office – Oficina regional
My uncle works in the regional office.
Social responsibility – Deber social
Having all that money implies a sort of social responsibility.
Sudden win – Victoria inesperada
The team got a sudden win.
Terrible state – Estado terrible
Your city sustains a terrible state.
Whole thing – Todo
Let’s forget the whole thing.
Becoming suspicious – Sospechar
Since he won a large prize he has become suspicious of all his friends.
Make the right decision – Tomar la decision correcta
Take your time and make the right decision.
Win the lottery – Ganar la lotería
Anyone winning the lottery will inevitably attract publicity.
Be in control – Estar en control, tener dominio propio
If I appear to be in control, it will give my child more confidence.
Be in debt – Estar en deuda
If I won the lottery, I would no longer be in debt.
Be in shock – estar en estado de shock
He was on shock after the accident.
Be on edge – Estar nervioso
My partner was on edge when the exam started.
Burst into tears – Echarse a llorar
I burst into tears because I lost my wallet with 200 €.
Check into – Registrar
When I arrived at the small town, I checked into a local hotel.
Cope with – Arreglárselas con
Will you able to cope with so much responsibility?
Deal with – Tratar con
You have to deal with professionals.
Go over – Revisar
To go over newspaper in one’s mind.
Sort out – Poner en orden
Thanks to the wage increase, I was able to sort out all my family’s debts.
Top of the range – El mejor (de su clase o ámbito)
I’d love to have a top of the range chef who could cook all different types of food.
Try to point out – Intentar resaltar
We just try to point out the pros and cons of the lottery.
Fast-flowing river– Río bravo, que fluye rápido
A fast-flowing river descends from the mountain.
Personally speaking– Propiamente hablando
Personally speaking, I disagree with your opinion.
Run endlessly – Correr una y otra vez
I was running endlessly to take the bus.
Shout nervously – Gritar nerviosamente
My mother shouted at me nervously because I did not clean my bedroom.
Turn upside down – Cambiar, poner al revés / patas arriba
Nowadays, the world has turned upside down.
Fairly standard – Bastante correcto
Your reaction was fairly standard when you lost the train.
Break down – Averiarse, estropearse
The car broke down during the journey.
Get out – Sacar
I can’t get it out of my mind.
Get up early – Levantarse temprano
Every day, my father gets up early to go to work.
Go in – Entrar
He goes in through the door.
Go over – Repasar, revisar
I am going over my homework.
Leak out – Filtrarse (información)
A journalist has leaked out the information.
Point out – Señalar
Everybody pointed out to that girl
Pull away – Arrancar (vehículo)
The car pulled away hastily.
Pull back – Correr (las cortinas), tirar hacia ti mismo
I have pulled back the courtains.
Pull up – Parar
A black car pulled up beside me.
Run out of – Quedarse sin algo
I run out of money so I decided to earn money.
Take off – Quitarse la ropa
I took off my clothes because I was hot.
Turn upside down – Volver algo del revés
I turned upside down the socks in order to wore them.