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PRON   one | one | one's
dep. lanzar
to shoot [Am.] [coll.] [take one's turn at pool, darts etc.]
3 Words: Others
a sus anchas {adv}at one's leisure
3 Words: Verbs
alcanzar sus sueñosto achieve one's dreams
sonarse la narizto blow one's nose
Unverified achaparrarse la cabeza [agocharse] [mex.]to bow one's head
loc. partirse el espinazoto break one's back
peinarse [con cepillo]to brush one's hair
cepillarse los dientesto brush one's teeth
pol. emitir su vototo cast one's vote
mudarse [ropa]to change one's clothes
cambiar de ideato change one's mind
cambiar de opiniónto change one's mind
limpiarse los dientesto clean one's teeth
carraspearto clear one's throat
chasquear la lenguato cluck one's tongue
peinarse [con peine]to comb one's hair
Unverified hacer chonguitos {} [cruzarse de dedos] [mex.] [col.]to cross one's fingers
orientarse [arreglárselas]to find one's bearings
poner el grito en el cielo [col.] [locución]to flip one's lid [coll.] [idiom]
seguir su instintoto follow one's gut [coll.]
equilibrarseto get one's balance
tomarse la revanchato get one's revenge
rechinar los dientesto gnash one's teeth
agachar la cabezato hang one's head
dejar su huella en algoto imprint one's sth. on sth.
apretar el pasoto increase one's pace
indum. anudarse la corbatato knot one's tie
bajar el tonoto lower one's voice
asentir con la cabezato nod one's head [in agreement]
organizarseto organize one's life
hurgarse la narizto pick one's nose
prof. ejercer su oficioto ply one's trade
tripear a algn [col.] [carib.]to pull someone's leg [coll.]
saciar su sedto quench one's thirst
negar con la cabezato shake one's head [negatively]
encogerse de hombrosto shrug one's shoulders
med. hacerse un esguince en el tobilloto sprain one's ankle
patalear [con enfado]to stamp (one's feet)
plantarse [fig.] [resistirse]to stand one's ground [fig.] [resist aggression]
farm. med. tomarse su medicinato take one's medicine
tardar lo suyoto take one's time
taconear [golpear con el talón]to tap one's heels
apretarse el cinturón [fig.]to tighten one's belt [fig.]
quitarse el sombrero [de respeto]to vail one's hat [out of respect]
loc. cazar moscasto waste one's time
contonearseto wiggle one's hips
menear la narizto wiggle one's nose
med. torcerse el tobilloto wrench one's ankle
4 Words: Others
en su sano juicio {adv}in one's right mind
4 Words: Verbs
aplicarse el secadorto blow dry one's hair [with a hair-dryer]
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