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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. (general) (United Kingdom)
a. coger manía a
Gordon seems to be going through one of those phases. He's taken against all his mates at school.Gordon parece estar pasando por una de esas fases. Ha cogido manía a todos amigos en la escuela.
b. tenerle rechazo
Why have you taken against all the things you used to love to do?¿Por qué le tienes rechazo a todas las cosas que antes te encantaban hacer?
c. tomarle bronca
Alicia and Tomas used to be such good friends, but it seems she's taken against him of late.Alicia y Tomás antes eran muy buenos amigos, pero parece que últimamente ella le ha tomado bronca.
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