More ways of saying "become"?

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More ways of saying "become"?

What about "llegar a ser", a common way of saying become in some contexts?

Also, what about when become, unlike in all the examples above, is not to do with people? E.g. The weather is becoming cold. The situation became very serious. I think these can be more difficult to resolve than the ones about people.

What about reflexive verbs as ways of saying become, e.g. enfadarse (to become angry)?

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More ways of saying "become"?

What about "llegar a ser", a common way of saying become in some contexts?

Also, what about when become, unlike in all the examples above, is not to do with people? E.g. The weather is becoming cold. The situation became very serious. I think these can be more difficult to resolve than the ones about people.

What about reflexive verbs as ways of saying become, e.g. enfadarse (to become angry)?

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