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quedarse con algoto keep sth. [retain possession]
estafar a algnto con sb.
casarse con algnto get married to sb.
llamar a algn con señasto beckon sb.
contactarse con algnto get in touch with sb.
coquetear con algn/algoto flirt with sb./sth.
Unverified toparse con algn [hallar casualmente]to come across sb.
Unverified coincidir con algn [estar de acuerdo]to agree with sb.
ensañarse con algn/algoto be merciless with sb./sth.
llevarse bien con algnto get on well with sb.
llevarse mal con algnto get on badly with sb.
ponerse en contacto con algnto get in touch with sb.
acabar con la vida de algn/algoto kill sb./sth.
Unverified menear el bote con algn [bailar con algn] [mex.] [col.]to go dancing with sb.
Unverified echar pata con algn [tener sexo con algn] [mex.] [col.]to have coitus with sb. [rare]
pasarse de listo con algn [col.] [locución]to try to be clever with sb. [coll.] [idiom]
Unverified estar agüitado con algn [estar enojado con algn] [mex.] [col.]to be salty with sb. [Am.] [sl.]
Unverified saltar el liebre con algn. [tener relación sexuales con algn.] [Chile] [sur.]to have sex with sb.
estar hasta las manos con algn [Argentina] [col.]to be head over heels in love with sb.
Unverified pisar el palito con algn [casarse con algn] [sur.] [Chile] [col.]to get hitched [to get married] [Am.] [sl.]
Unverified mirar a-algn/algo con el rabillo del ojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
quedarseto remain
quedarseto stay
quedarse dormidoto fall asleep
quedarse rezagadoto fall behind
quedarse parado [fig.]to be baffled
quedarse a cenarto stay for supper
quedarse sin aireto run out of air
Unverified quedarse de a seis [estar sorprendido] [mex.] [col.]to be surprised
decir algo es quedarse corto [locución]to say sth. is an understatement
quedarse de piedra [col.] [fig.]to be gobsmacked [coll.] [fig.]
recordar a algn a algn/algo [por asociación, parecido]to remind sb. of sb./sth.
con {prep}with
con anterioridad {adv}previously
con cautela {adv}gingerly
electr. con corriente {adj}live
con desgana {adv}unenthusiastically
con detenimiento {adv}carefully
con disimulo {adv}craftily
con entusiasmo {adv}enthusiastically
con entusiasmo {adv}wholeheartedly
con esmero {adv}diligently
con frecuencia {adv}frequently
con frialdad {adv}coldly
con improvisación {adj}improvisational
con indignación {adv}indignantly
con interés {adv}attentively
con rotundidad {adv}forcefully
Unverified con cuerpo {adj}full-bodied
con esmero {adv}very carefully
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