Como dizer ‘consultar um dicionário’ em inglês | Inglês Todos os Dias #249

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Como dizer ‘consultar um dicionário’ em inglês | Inglês Todos os Dias #249

Quando alguém liga e pergunta sobre um produto que comprou, mas que não chegou, a gente responde que vai "conferir no sistema". Para dizer isso em inglês, empregamos o mesmo phrasal verb que usamos para dizer 'consultar um dicionário'. Vamos conversar sobre isso no mini-podcast de hoje.

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FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

So you didn't receive your product? Hmm. Let me look your information up here.
look (something) up
look it up
Let me look it up.
Let me look that word up.
Look up that word in the dictionary.
I looked up the word "peer" and it means "to look with difficulty".
looked up a new word
look for

 


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Vamos praticar o phrasal verb 'look up' no setor de comentários abaixo. Complete a frase:

I looked up the word _________ and it means ____________ .

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32 comments “Como dizer ‘consultar um dicionário’ em inglês | Inglês Todos os Dias #249”

I look up the word gall bladder and it means a small bag-like bodily organ connected to the liver wich stores the bile.
Actually I had to remove last month.
Please Tim, can I say “vesicle”?

Sorry to hear about your gall bladder. Hope you are OK now.

I looked up the word “frighten” and it means “to make somebody suddenly feel afraid”.

You’re frightening me! 😀

I looked up the words “Healthy” in the Dictonary and it means Saudável .

I trust you are healthy these days!

I looked up the word “ramble” and it means “divagar”.

Do you like to ramble through the countryside?

I looked up your mail in my contacts.
Tim, can I say?
-Could you look up …please?

Yes, you can, Marcos.

I looked up the word commendable and its means admirable or meritorious.

You are a commendable student! 😀

I looked up the word miscarriage in the dictionary, and it is one of the many confusing words especially for Brazilian learners.

Yes, and it means to lose a baby in the womb. We can use it figuratively, too.

I looked up the word “compact” and it means “a small flat case containing face powder, a mirror, and a powder puff”.

Do you use one? 🙂

I looked up the phasal verb “look up”. Yeah! Tim was right!

I always try to be right! Just look it up! 😀

I looked up the phrasal verb “Look for” and it means “procurar”.

Yes, that’s what it means!

I looked up the world “colporteur” and its means a person who sells books

That’s a new one for me.

I looked my account up, and noticed I was stolen..

I hope this is just an example!

Yes, just an exemple…

I looked up word “to be worth” and it means “valer a pena”.

I looked up word “backwater” and it means “ressaca do mar”. I also looked up “Swell” which means “o aumento”.

When I don’t know what the word means l, I always look it up in the dictionary!

Always when I don’t know a word in english I look it up in the dictionary

O looked up word ”designate” and it is mean name someone, appointed someone in any project, for example.

I looked up the name Viviane and it means full of life.

I looked up the name Vania, like in Uncle Vania of Tchecov, and it means Little John or Joãozinho, in Portuguese.


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