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! we´re going to get some water n.
vamos a conseguir un poco de agua

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Collaborative Dictionary     English Definition
n.
vamos a
n.
fear of going to bed
[Psych.]
n.
something easy to get
exp.
to become very upset about something, usually something that is not important
Other expression: to get your knickers in a knot
v.
to begin something, to get a process started
If I could just get the ball rolling, then other people would help. Now that we're acquainted, let's get the ball rolling!
exp.
acronym for Let Me Know, as to ask the other party to get back to you
v.
to get rid of one's frustration (for example by doing something violent or impulsive)
o.
Right of every person to get any information online without any restriction
[Tech.] Right of information
n.
to get so focused on the details or intricacies of something that you miss the big picture or the main point
His book subject is quite good, but he tends to miss the forest for the trees. (tending to get in too much detail and miss the essence).
exp.
get drunk or take drugs; get high
exp.
get seriously involved in a relationship
o.
taking on the night life after taking care of business during the day.
exp.
lacking some financing
BUSINESS/FINANCE
exp.
= get your knickers in a twist/knot
US English, colloquial
v.
become very nervous or anxious especially before an important event or before having to do something difficult
[informal] Ex.: She always gets the jitters before going on stage.
v.
launch the process, launch the project, make sure that progress is under way
idiom
id.
going from one bar to another
exp.
get rid of a strong feeling towards something or someone
[Informal] If you have done something wrong, tell him and get it out of your system. After the break up, it took him some while to get her out of his system.
n.
endearment phrase used for someone we find sweet
[Fam.] syn.: sweetie, pumpkin, cutie, cutesy pie
exp.
expression used when nothing is going well
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going

  

      n  
1    a departure or farewell  
2    the condition of a surface such as a road or field with regard to walking, riding, etc.  
muddy going     
3    Informal   speed, progress, etc.  
we made good going on the trip     
      adj  
4    thriving (esp. in the phrase a going concern)  
5    current or accepted, as from past negotiations or commercial operation  
the going rate for electricians, the going value of the firm     
6    postpositive   available  
the best going     
7    going, going, gone!   a statement by an auctioneer that the bidding has almost finished  


easy-going  
      adj  
1    relaxed in manner or attitude; inclined to be excessively tolerant  
2    moving at a comfortable pace  
an easy-going horse     
going-over  
      n   pl   , goings-over  
Informal  
1    a check, examination, or investigation  
2    a castigation or thrashing  
ocean-going  
      adj   (of a ship, boat, etc.) suited for travel on the open ocean  
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