levantarse de

levantarse de(
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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
1. (to stand up)
a. to get up off
Levántate del sofá y ayúdame a lavar los platos.Get up off the sofa and help me do the dishes.
La anciana se cayó y no podía levantarse del suelo.The old lady fell and couldn't get up off the floor.
b. to rise from
Cuando acabó de cenar, se levantó de la mesa y salió por la puerta sin mediar palabra.When he'd finished his supper, he rose from the table and went out the door without a word.
2. (to awaken)
a. to get up from
Tienes cara de sueño. ¿A qué hora te levantaste hoy de la cama?You look sleepy. What time did you get up from bed today?
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