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make up for
verb + adverb + preposition + object

Translation of make up for verb + adverb + preposition + object in Spanish:

  • their enthusiasm makes up for their lack of experience
    su entusiasmo compensa or suple su falta de experiencia
    no amount of money can make up for losing a limb
    la pérdida de un miembro no se puede compensar con dinero
    we'll have to work even harder, to make up for lost time
    tendremos que trabajar más para recuperar el tiempo perdido
    what she lacks in technique she makes up for in style
    lo que le falta de técnica lo compensa con estilo
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