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VERB   estar | estoy | estuve | estado
estar
15
to be
estar
6
to lie [be positioned]
2 Words: Verbs
mús. estar afinadoto be in tune
Unverified estar aguja [estar sin dinero] [sur.] [Perú] [col.]to be broke
loc. estar arrecho [col.] [hacer el amor] [Perú]to be horny [coll.] [want to have sex]
estar arrecho [col.] [sur.]to want to have sex
estar arrecho [estar enfadado] [sur.] [Venezuela] [col.]to be vexed [Am.] [coll.]
estar asustadoto be afraid
estar biento be doing well
Unverified estar cachuo [tener dudas] [sur.] [Chile] [col.]to have doubts
estar camote [Bolivia] [col.]to be in love
Unverified estar casadoto be married
Unverified estar chilin [sentirse bien] [mex.] [Puebla] [col.]to be okay
estar chiro [col.] [sur.]to be broke [coll.] [without money]
Unverified estar chispa [tomar cervezas] [sur.] [Bolivia] [col.]to drink alcohol
estar chuto {m} [Bolivia] [col.]to be naked
estar cocacola [Perú] [col.] [también: coca cola]to be nuts [Am.] [coll.]
estar desconcertadoto be baffled
estar desganado [apático]to be not in the mood
estar disponibleto be available
estar dormidoto be asleep
gastr. estar empanadoto be coated in bread crumbs
Unverified estar enfurruñadoto be sulking
estar equivocadoto be wrong
estar kh'encha [Bolivia] [col.]to have bad luck
estar negro [col.]to be / get furious
estar paradoto be out of work
estar pegadoto stick
estar perplejoto be baffled
Unverified estar pisado [estar jodido] [cent.] [Guatemala] [col.]to be screwed [coll.] [vulg.]
estar pringosoto stick [be sticky]
estar sentadoto sit [be sitting]
estar sentadoto be sitting
Unverified estar tomado {m} [estar borracho] [mex.] [col.]to be wasted [drunk] [Am.] [coll.] [sl.]
estar vigenteto be in force
estar yema [Bolivia] [col.]to be wasted [Am.] [coll.] [very drunk]
estar yesca [Bolivia] [col.]to be broke [coll.] [moneyless]
estar yesca {f} [Bolivia] [col.]to not have a dime [Am.]
3 Words: Others
(estar) en camino {adv}(to be) on the way
3 Words: Verbs
estar a salvoto be safe
Unverified estar agüitado con algn [estar enojado con algn] [mex.] [col.]to be salty with sb. [Am.] [sl.]
loc. estar al corrienteto be up-to-date
Unverified estar al pedo [no tener nada que hacer] [sur.] [Buenos Aires] [col.]to have nothing to do
estar de acuerdoto agree
estar de acuerdoto coincide
Unverified estar de acuerdoto concur
estar de dueloto be in mourning
estar de goma [Costa Rica] [cent.] [col.]to have a hangover
estar de lutoto be in mourning
estar de pieto stand
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