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Halloween

Halloween Phrasal Verbs English - Portuguese

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DRESS UP The children dressed up in their Halloween costumes. vestir-se à carater, colocar fantasias ou roupas para parecer com alguém ou alguma coisa.
BELIEVE IN My children still believe in witches and fairies. acreditar em algo ou alguém, ter certeza de que algo ou alguém existe.
FREAK OUT He freaked out when he saw the scary Halloween costume. experimentar fortes emoções, ficar animado ou perturbado, muito zangado ou muito chateado.
WEIRD OUT I don’t like Halloween. The costumes and decorations weird me out. fazer com que alguém se sinta muito desconfortável ou apreensivo.
HAND OUT On Halloween, people hand out sweets to children who knock on their doors. distribuir algo para um grupo de pessoas.
HUDDLE UP We were terrified in the haunted house so we held hands and huddled up together. amontoar-se ou aproximar-se de outras pessoas, manter seus braços e pernas muito perto de seu corpo, geralmente quando está com frio ou com medo.
LOOK OUT Look out! There’s a ghost behind you! Olhe! é uma exclamação usada para avisar alguém sobre uma situação de perigo.
TURN INTO She drank the magic potion and turned into a black cat. quando algo se transforma em outra coisa.
WIND UP We wound up his younger brother by telling him that ghosts and witches are real. enganar alguém, não dizer a verdade, a fim de fazer uma piada.
SCARE OFF / AWAY We scared the neighbours’ children away by dressing up as skeletons and shouting loudly! assustar alguém ou alguma coisa, fazer com que uma pessoa ou animal se espante de medo e vá embora.
WARD OFF Garlic and crosses ward off vampires. afastar algo desagradável, impedir de prejudicar você ou chegar perto de você.
Created by: cinthiaferreira