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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 combine well with)
a. combinar con
Say what you will, but navy blue doesn't go with black.Di lo que quieras, pero el azul marino no combina con el negro.
b. hacer juego con
I already have a dress for the wedding, but I don't have anything that goes with it.Ya tengo un vestido para la boda, pero no tengo nada con lo que haga juego.
c. pegar con
A black jacket will go with virtually anything.Una chaqueta negra pega prácticamente con todo.
d. ir con
This wine would go really well with Thai food.Este vino iría muy bien con comida tailandesa.
2. (to accompany)
a. acompañar
Why don't you go with your brother to the store?¿Por qué no acompañas a tu hermano a la tienda?
3. (to choose)
a. optar por
We decided to go with the oak flooring in the end.Al final decidimos optar por el suelo de roble.
4. (to agree with)
a. ir con
I think Helen's idea is a good one. Let's go with that.Creo que la idea de Helen es buena. Vamos con eso.
b. estar de acuerdo
I'm happy to go with whatever the majority decides.Estaré de acuerdo con lo que decida la mayoría.
c. coincidir
I'm sorry Hector, but I can't go with you this time.Lo siento Héctor, pero esta vez no coincido contigo.
5. (to be associated with)
a. ir con
Dealing with awkward customers goes with this job.Tratar con clientes difíciles va con este trabajo.
b. ser parte de
You have to expect the sleepless nights. It goes with being a new parent.Puedes dar por sentado que tendrás noches sin dormir. Es parte de ser un nuevo padre.
6. (to be included with)
a. ir con
My father was a gamekeeper and lived in the cottage that went with the job.Mi padre era guardabosques y vivía en la casita que iba con el trabajo.
7. (to have a romantic relationship with)
a. salir con
How long have you been going with Adam now? When are you going to get married?¿Hace cuánto sales con Adam? ¿Cuándo se van a casar?
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go with
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. (accompany)
a. ir con
a company car goes with the jobel puesto lleva aparejado coche de empresa
2. (harmonize with)
a. pegar con
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go with
intransitive verb
1 (accompany) ir con; acompañar a
the house goes with the job la casa va con el trabajo
2 (go steady with) salir con
3 (sexually) acostarse con
she'll go with anyone hacer juego con pegar con
4 (agree with)
I'll go with you there en eso estoy (de acuerdo) contigo; en eso te doy la razón; yes, I'd go with that sí, en eso estoy de acuerdo
5 (choose) escoger; optar por
6 (match)
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