pair with

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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 put in pairs)
a. formar pareja con
David paired with Isabel to dance the first song.David formó pareja con Isabel para bailar la primera canción.
b. formar par con
In DNA and RNA, purines always pair with pyrimidines.En ADN y ARN, purinas siempre forman pares con pirimidinas.
c. emparejar con
The teacher paired me with Miguel for the biology lab.La profesora me emparejó con Miguel para el laboratorio de biología.
2. (to mate)
a. aparear con
The breeder paired his purebred horse with another horse of the same breed.El criador apareó su caballo de pura sangre con otro caballo de la misma raza.
3. (to go with)
a. acompañar
What beers do you have to pair with a hamburger?¿Qué cervezas tienen para acompañar una hamburguesa?
b. maridar con
This dry red wine would pair well with a steak.Este vino tinto seco maridaría bien con un bistec.
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