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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
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]
estar chispa [tomar cervezas] [sur.] [Bolivia]to be tipsy [coll.]
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
estar enfurruñadoto be sulking
estar equivocadoto be wrong
estar forrado [esp.] [col.]to feel flush [coll.] [have a lot of money]
estar forrado [esp.] [col.] [rico]to be well-heeled [coll.] [rich]
estar inquietoto fidget
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
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
estar a salvo [locución]to be out of harm's way [idiom]
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
Unverified estar alguien bruja [mex.] [col.] [quedarse sin dinero]to be broke [Am.] [coll.] [sl.]
estar alineado con algoto be flush with sth. [level, aligned]
estar de acuerdoto agree
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