3Tight. -Synonyms: close-fitting. -Antonym: Baggy, loose. -Sentence: The corset is a very tight clothing.-Definition: Firmly fixed in place.-Synonyms: close-fitting.-Antonym: Baggy, loose.-Translation: Ajustado.-Adjetive.
4Loose.- Sentence: ∙ I like to wear loose trousers, I’m more comfortable.-Definition: Not tightly fastened, tied or stretched.-Synonymous: Loosened, slack.-Antonym: Tense, tight.-Translation: Suelto/ancho-Adjetive.
5Impractical.Sportswear, if you do sport is impractical.-Sentence: Sportswear, if you do sport is impractical (????).-Definition: Not practical or useful-Synonymous: Unusable-Antonyms: Accesible.-Translation: Poco práctico.-Adjetive.
7Take off.-Sentence: I take off my clothes when I get at home and put on the pyjama.-Definiton: to rid oneself of (a garment)-Synonymous: Undress, strip-Antonyms: Put on, wear-Translation: Despegarse de una prenda de vestir.-Verb.
8Give away.-Sentence: He gave away his clothes when I was little to poor people.-Definition: to offer or donate as a present.-Synonymous: Donate-Antonyms: Take away.-Translation: Regalar-Verb
9Put on. -Sentence: I put on a coat and shoes to go outside -Definition: To clothe oneself in.-Synonymous: Get dressed-Antonyms: Take off, undress-Translation: Ponerse (ropa).-Verb
10Put away.-Sentence: You have to put away the clothes in the suitcase.-Definiton: To put in the correct or named place for storage.-Synonymous: Put, get into.-Antonyms: Remove.-Translation: Guardar.-Verb.
11Get into. -Sentence: I not get into in this dress. -Translation: Entrar en (una prenda de vestir)-Verb
12Throw away -Definiton: To get rid of as useless or unwanted. -Sentence: I throw away the gum.-Definiton: To get rid of as useless or unwanted.-Synonymous: Abolish, extinguish.-Translation: Tirar a la basura.-Verb
13Pick out-Sentence: She wants to choose a dress but her boyfriend does not like V.-Definition: to choose or select.-Synonymous: Choose, select.-Antonyms: Reject-Translation: Elegir , escoger.-Verb
15Allowance -Sentence: I receive a allowance of 20$ every month -Definition: An amount of something, especially money (or food), given or allotted usually at regular intervals.-Synonymous: Salary-Translation: Asignación mensual.-Noun.
16Pay rise.-Sentence: I have asked for pay a raise my chied but I did not give it.-Definition: To increase in number, amount, or value: Prices are rising.-Antonyms: Reduce salary.-Translation: Aumento de sueldo.Noun
18Job advertisement-Sentence: I put a job advertisment in internet and called-me a girl the next day.-Definition: An announcement in a newspaper, on the internet, etc. about a job that people can apply for.-Translation: Anuncio de trabajo.-Noun.
19Fill in V application form. -Sentence: When I go to work intweview I have to write an application form to work in that company.-Definition: a form that you complete in order to appply for a job, a place on a course, etc. or to get something such as a loan or a licence.-Translation: Rellenar una solicitud.Verb + noun
20Have an interview.-Sentence: I always get nervous before have a job interviews.-Definition: A formal meeting and discussion with someone, for example a person applying for a job, or a person with information to broad cast on radio or television.-Translation: Hacer una entrevista de trabajo.-Verb.
22Catch a thief.-Sentence: Yesterday I saw a police catch a thief when he left the bank.-Definition: Catch a person who steals something from another.-Synonymous: Detain, arrest.-Antonyms: Let loose.-Translation: Coger al ladrón.-Verb.
23Go on trial/ Commit a crime. -Sentence: If you commit a crime, you must go on trial.-Definition: The judicial examination of the issues in a civil or criminal cause by a competent tribunal and the determination of these issues in accordance with the law of the land.-Definition: To do something illegal or something that is considered wrong.-Translation: Ir a juicio/ Cometer un crimen.-Verb.
24Do community service.-Sentence: He didn’t went to prision but V did community service.-Definition: voluntary work, intended to be for the common good, usually done as part of an organized scheme. -Synonymous: Be a good person.-Translation: Hacer trabajos para laComunidad (Como condena).-Verb.
26Murder/Murderer.-Sentences: *The police are treating his death as a case of murder.*In prison there are many murderers.-Definitions: *killing a person on purpose and illegally.*Person who commits murder.-Synonymous: Kill. Homicide. Exterminate.-Antonym: Revive. Live.-Translation: Asesinato (Crime)/ Asesino (Criminal).- Verb /Noun.
27Robbery/Robber. -Sentences: He robbed an old lady. -Definition: The act of robbing.-Synonymous: Theft. Thief. Swindle-Antonym: Return. Honest.-Translation: Robo (Crime)/ Ladrón (Criminal).-Noun.