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mirar a-algn/algo de reojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
Unverified mirar a-algn/algo con el rabillo del ojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
recordar a algn a algn/algo [por asociación, parecido]to remind sb. of sb./sth.
en riesgo de {prep}at risk of
jurar (a algn)to swear (at sb.) [curse]
a merced de {prep}at the mercy of
gritar (a-algn/algo)to scream (at sb./sth.)
mirar a-algn/algoto look at sb./sth.
ver a-algn/algoto look at sb./sth.
guiñar un ojo a algnto wink at sb.
burlarse de algnto make fun of sb.
cuidar a algnto take care of sb.
cuidar de algnto take care of sb.
sospechar de algnto be suspicious of sb.
a la orilla de {prep}at the bank of
mirar boquiabierto (a-algn/algo)to gape (at sb./th.)
levantar a algnto get sb. out of bed
pensar mal de algnto think badly of sb.
en seguida {adv}at the drop of a hat [fig.]
a fines de junio {adv}at the end of June
estar en desacuerdo con algnto be at odds with sb.
temer (a-algn/algo)to be afraid (of sb./sth.)
chufarse de algn/algoto make fun of sb./sth.
enorgullecerse de algn/algoto be proud of sb./sth.
a espaldas de algn {adv}behind (the back of) sb.
convencer a algn de algoto convince sb. of sth.
a principios de agostoat the beginning / start of August
al acabar el día {adv}at the end of the day
señalar a-algn/algo [con un dedo]to point at sb./sth.
Unverified estar enchilado con algn. [enojarse] [mex.] [col.]to be mad at sb.
al final de la calle {adv}at the end of the street
soltar a algn/algo [dejar]to let go of sb./sth.
burlarse de algn/algoto cock a snook at sb./sth. [idiom] [Br.]
Unverified fulminar a algn [apabullar con la mirada]to look daggers at sb. [idiom]
a altas horas de la noche {adv}at all hours (of the night)
encargar a algn de algoto put sb. in charge of sth.
Unverified bajo la batuta de algn [fig.]under the leadership of sb.
pedido {m}request
ruego {m}request
estar a cargo de algn/algoto be in charge of sb./sth.
sacar a algn de la habitaciónto get sb. out of the room
pedir algoto request sth.
petición {f} [acción]request [demand]
Unverified mirar a algn por encima del hombro [locución]to look down (one's nose) at sb. [idiom]
rogar que [+subj.]to request that
loc. en el quinto coño [vulg.]at the back of beyond [vulg.]
a grito pelado {adv} [fig.]at the top of one's lungs [fig.] [very loudly]
a fin de cuentas {adv} [fig.]at the end of the day [fig.] [when all is said and done]
cantarle las cuarenta a algn [col.] [locución]to give sb. a piece of one's mind [coll.] [idiom]
presentar algn a algnto introduce sb. to sb.
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