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Phrasal verbs, such as move over and get out, are so common that we rarely notice them. But for nonnative speakers of English, they can be a major obstacle to developing conversational skills. Vox Diccionario de los phrasal verbs para hispanohablantes helps Spanish-speaking ESL learners quickly and easily master English phrasal verbs. Concentrating on the most frequently used phrasal verbs, it features 2,800 entries, 4,700 definitions, and 6,800 usage examples. All definitions are in Spanish, and all example sentences are translated into Spanish. Also, separate sections cover the different types of phrasal verbs and how particles (such as over in move over) contribute to the meanings of verbal phrases.