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castigar sin salir
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.).
transitive verb phrase
a. to ground (a son or daughter)
Papá te castigará sin salir el fin de semana si se entera.Dad will ground you for the weekend if he finds out.
b. to put in detention (a student)
El profe castigó a Mike sin salir. - ¿Otra vez? ¿Qué hizo ahora?The teacher put Mike in detention. - Again? What did he do this time?
c. to gate (a student) (United Kingdom)
Me castigaron sin salir por portarme mal en clase.I was gated for misbehaving in class.
d. to keep in (a student) (United Kingdom)
No hagas eso, que el profe te castigará sin salir después de clase.Don't do that, or the teacher will keep you in after school.
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