In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(remove from)sacar deI took the toy out of the box — saqué el juguete de la caja
- we're taking her out of that school — la vamos a sacar de ese colegio
- to take sb out of herself/himself — hacer que algn se olvide de sus problemas
2(extract, drain)it takes all the fun out of it — le quita toda la gracia
- the antibiotics have taken all the energy out of her — los antibióticos la han dejado sin fuerzas
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