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transitive verb phrase
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
1. (to travel by)
2. (to be busy with)
a. to be involved in
Jorge anda en un nuevo proyecto de negocio que dice que lo va a hacer rico.Jorge is involved in some new business project which he says will make him rich.
b. to be engaged in
Ando en negociaciones con una empresa sueca que está interesada en mi patente.I'm engaged in negotiations with a Swedish company that's interested in my patent.
c. to be involved with
Dicen que Alfredo anda en asuntos de drogas.They say Alfredo is involved with drugs.
d. to be up to
¿En qué andas ahora, Marta? - Estoy escribiendo una novela.What are you up to these days, Marta? - I'm writing a novel.
3. (to look through the contents of)
4. (used to express an approximate figure)
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