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PRON   one | one | one's
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dep. lanzarto 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
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
peinarse [con peine]to comb one's hair
equilibrarseto get one's balance
Unverified agachar la cabezato hang one's head
apretar el pasoto increase one's pace
bajar el tonoto lower one's voice
asentir con la cabezato nod one's head [in agreement]
organizarseto organize one's life
Unverified hurgarse la narizto pick one's nose
tripear a algn [col.] [carib.]to pull someone's leg [coll.]
saciar su sedto quench one's thirst
encogerse de hombrosto shrug one's shoulders
farm. med. tomarse su medicinato take one's medicine
tardar lo suyoto take one's time
apretarse el cinturón [fig.]to tighten one's belt [fig.]
loc. cazar moscasto waste one's time
Unverified contonearseto wiggle one's hips
menear la narizto wiggle one's nose
4 Words: Others
Unverified en su sano juicioin one's right mind
4 Words: Verbs
aplicarse el secadorto blow dry one's hair [with a hair-dryer]
secarse las manos en algoto dry one's hands on sth.
salirse con la suya [locución]to get one's (own) way [idiom]
pelar el ojo [fig.] [col.]to keep one's eyes peeled [fig.] [coll.]
loc. cerrar el pico [col.]to keep one's trap shut [coll.]
abandonar la vigilanciato let down one's guard [fig.]
Unverified hundir las uñas en algoto sink one's nails into sth.
5+ Words: Others
Unverified a grito pelado {adv} [fig.]at the top of one's lungs [fig.] [very loudly]
Unverified con la ropa hecha jirones {adv}with one's clothes in shreds
5+ Words: Verbs
loc. sacar a relucir los trapos sucios en público [fig.] [discutir asuntos privados o vergonzosos en público]to air one's dirty linen in public [fig.] [to discuss private or embarrassing matters in public]
caerse de morros [col.]to fall flat on one's face
Unverified 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
loc. hacerse las Américasto make one's fortune in the Americas [usually refers to Spaniards who emigrated to Latin America in the 19th and early 20th centuries; also used ironically about companies breaking into Latin market]
 
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