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cry out for verb Conjugation
clamar (demand)

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"Watch out for the trap!" she screamed. Ten cuidado con la trampa!" gritó ella.
Please take me out for dinner! ¡Sácame a cenar, por favor!
After he had finished his homework, he went out for a walk. Después de acabar los deberes, se fue a dar un paseo.
They set out for New York. Ellos partieron a Nueva York.
Tom went out for a breath of fresh air. Tom salió a respirar aire fresco.

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