To register for the conference, you need to go to that table over there
Fecha de conversión
They fed themselves at the restaurant.
Yes, they themselves built the house.
Though the team played badly in the second game, they were themselves for the third game.
ellos mismos, ellas mismas
Nobody can consider themselves to be perfect.
a sí mismo
He went to the post office, then he went to the bank.
Yesterday? What were you doing then?
a esa hora, en ese momento
you eat all your food
, then you will have pie as a reward.
What did you do until then?
entonces, ese momento
teoría, hipótesis, supuesto
teoría, aclaración, explicación
He was there at the bar.
OK, class, let's stop there. It's time for lunch.
There is a way.
I think, therefore I am.
por lo tanto, por eso, luego
They went to the movies last night.
You could see that it was good quality because the glass was thick.
She was beautiful with her long, thick hair.
ladrón, ratero, caco, chorizo
He cut a thin slice of ham.
The gift was tied with a thin strip of raffia.
The thin girl had no trouble getting through the crowd.
I'm not sure what this thing is.
My things are in the bedroom.
Tell me one thing: Do you love me?
think, think that
I think that we should take that road.
think, think about
He was saddened, and thought about her situation all the time.
darle vueltas a
think, think that
I think I'll go to the grocer's now.
I don't know at the moment; I need to think about it again.
He thought it right to pay his taxes.
think, think of
Yes, I think of him as a friend.
I'll do some thinking and let you know.
v pres p
He's thinking about it.
What's your thinking on the government's foreign policy?
thirsty for [sth]
ansioso de, codicioso de
hambriento de, ávido de
I'm talking about this, not that.
I'm talking about this pen, not that one over there on the desk.
What did you do this morning?
Then, this dog came up and jumped on me.
meticuloso, concienzudo, minucioso
cuidadosamente, minuciosamente, meticulosamente, concienzudamente
Though it was dark out, they went for a walk.
I wouldn't call him, though he begged me.
I just had a thought: What if we work together?
considered the matter
, my thought now is that we should give him the job.
The boy was lost in thought.
His thought was to help.
She gave a lot of thought to her decision.
pensamiento, reflexión, vueltas
Use a thread to tie the pieces together.
Hey! Watch my threads! They're brand new!
ropas, trapos, trapitos
This cloth was made with blue and red threads.
I'll need my glasses to thread this needle.
There was a thread of humour running throughout his speech.
I glanced at the TV and quickly lost the thread of our conversation.
thread [sth] (onto [sth])
Thread the beads onto the string like this.
thread [sth] (through [sth])
She threaded the film through the camera.
The thief's threat was enough to get everyone to cooperate.
The threat of bad weather kept him home that night.
a threat (to [sth])
The criminal was considered a threat to society.
amenaza para, peligro para
She threatened me with a knife.
He threatened to hit me if I didn't do what he said.
He's always threatening to fire me.
The clouds are threatening rain.
The manager's attitude threatened dire consequences for the company.
amenazador, amenazante, intimidatorio
, amenazante, intimidatorio
amenazador, siniestro, aterrador, perverso
The bullet went through his body.
a través de,
We went through St. Louis on the way to New Orleans.
a través de, atravesar
It was cold here through March.
durante todo, todo
He failed his exams through not studying enough.
Airplanes are landing throughout the day.
durante, a lo largo de
The bells can be heard throughout the city.
a través de, de punta a cabo
He threw the ball to his friend.
The throw was a good one and went right to the other guy.
vtr phrasal sep
I had to throw away a lot of old books that nobody wanted.
thumb [sth], thumb through [sth]
We often go to the movies on Thursdays.
Thus, everyone decided to move on.
así, por consiguiente
I got a ticket for speeding.
I've bought two tickets for the opera.
tie [sth] to [sth]
He tied the horse to the post.
She tied string round the giftbox.
The two teams tied.
They tied the game with the last score.
tie, US: necktie
He wore a blue tie to go with his white shirt.
The home team broke the tie soon after halftime.
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