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importar a algnto be important to sb.
con derecho a algoentitled to sth.
pegarle los tarros a algnto be unfaithful to sb.
sacarle la vuelta a algnto be unfaithful to sb.
engañar a algn [ser infiel a]to be unfaithful to sb.
rendir cuentas ante algn/algoto be accountable to sb./sth.
poner los cuernos a algn [col.]to be unfaithful to sb.
tocar a algn hacer algoto be sb.'s turn to do sth.
pasarse de listo con algn [col.] [locución]to try to be clever with sb. [coll.] [idiom]
presentar algn a algnto introduce sb. to sb.
poderto be able to
tener permiso (para)to be allowed to
obedecer a algoto be due to sth.
loc. estar al corrienteto be up-to-date
autorizado {adj} {past-p}entitled
acostumbrar hacer algoto be used to doing sth.
poder hacer algoto be able to do sth.
(estar) en camino {adv}(to be) on the way
Parece ser que ...It seems to be that ...
mat. ser igual a algoto be equal to sth.
tender a ser algoto tend to be sth.
tender a ser pesimistato be prone to pessimism
Unverified algo ya se verásth. remains to be seen
disponerse a hacer algoto be about to do sth.
estar en posición de firmesto be standing to attention
deber hacer algoto be expected to do sth. [as a duty]
sospechar de algnto be suspicious of sb.
algn deberíasb. ought to [obligation]
apelar a algnto appeal to sb.
mentir a algnto lie to sb.
saludar a algnto wave to sb.
tratarse de algo/algnto be about sb./sth.
alquilar algoto rent out sth. to sb.
acostar a algnto put sb. to bed
casarse con algnto get married to sb.
contestar a algn [responder]to reply to sb.
despedirse de algnto say goodbye to sb.
exclamar a algnto call out to sb.
Unverified traerse algo entre manos [col.] [locución]to be up to no good [coll.] [idiom]
conocer a-algn/algoto be acquainted with sb./sth.
temer (a-algn/algo)to be afraid (of sb./sth.)
enorgullecerse de algn/algoto be proud of sb./sth.
ensañarse con algn/algoto be merciless with sb./sth.
estar enamorado de algnto be in love with sb.
comunicar algo a algnto communicate sth. to sb.
confiar algo a algnto confide sth. to sb.
deber algo a algnto owe sth. to sb.
enseñar algo a algnto teach sth. to sb.
pertenecer a algn/algoto belong to sb./sth.
fin. tributar a algnto pay tax / taxes to sb.
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