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Are there phrasal verbs in Portuguese?

After some research, I've found an example at Wikipedia: O fenômeno dos "phrasal verbs" também ocorre na língua portuguesa. Contudo, não é muito comum. É mais encontrado no português coloquial ...
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Are there phrasal verbs in Portuguese?

English phrasal verbs are combinations of verbs and prepositions where the meaning of the expressions as a whole cannot be completely understood just from the meaning of the individual parts. ...
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How scholar Baker compares two English translations of “analisou-se”?

Well, “analisou-se as relações” means that someone analysed the relations, so “an analysis” of the relations was indeed carried out. So it is a free translation, but a correct one. Now, analisou-se as ...
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O que é gerúndio e em quais casos deve ser aplicado?

Como foi dito nos comentários, o gerúndio e o particípio são formas nominais do verbo. As formas nominais do verbo não flexionam em número, pessoa, voz, aspecto, modo, tempo. Por não terem flexão, ...
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Are there phrasal verbs in Portuguese?

Phrasal verbs in English are one verb plus one preposition (sometimes an adverb) that together form a single unit of meaning: go out come back sit up find out In Portuguese some verbs are followed ...
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Are there phrasal verbs in Portuguese?

Of course there are phrasal verbs in Portuguese. Some examples (not slang nor informal): fazer de: means to pretend to be (someone or something) - playing a role deixar de: means to stop (doing ...
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