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Dictionary Spanish English: seventy one

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SYNO   71 | lxxi | seventy-one
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setentaseventy
un {adj}one
uno {m}one
manco {adj} [de un brazo]one-armed
tuerto {adj} [de solo un ojo]one-eyed
veintiunotwenty-one
dep. lanzarto shoot [Am.] [coll.] [take one's turn at pool, darts etc.]
a sus anchas {adv}at one's leisure
Se oía ...One could hear ...
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
chasquear la lenguato cluck one's tongue
peinarse [con peine]to comb one's hair
compaginarseto complement one another
atraer a-algn/algo hacia to draw sb./sth. towards one
Unverified poner el grito en el cielo [col.] [locución]to flip one's lid [coll.] [idiom]
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
saciar su sedto quench one's thirst
Unverified negar con la cabezato shake one's head [negatively]
encogerse de hombrosto shrug one's shoulders
patalear [con enfado]to stamp (one's feet)
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
mús. hombre {m} orquestaone-man band
orn. casuario {m} de Salavati [Casuarius unappendiculatus]one-wattled cassowary
orn. casuario {m} unicarunculado [Casuarius unappendiculatus]one-wattled cassowary
trá. calle {f} de sentido únicoone-way street
en su sano juicio {adv}in one's right mind
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]
desahogarse confesando algoto get sth. off one's chest [coll.] [idiom]
Unverified llevar algo en la sangre [locución]to have sth. in one's blood [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.]
enfilar por algoto make one's way along sth.
aguzar el oído [locución]to prick up one's ears [idiom]
Unverified hundir las uñas en algoto sink one's nails into sth.
Unverified apartar la carato turn (one's face) away
zool. rinoceronte {m} indio [Rhinoceros unicornis]greater one-horned rhinoceros
Una vida diferente de esta.A different life from this one.
Unverified a grito pelado {adv} [fig.]at the top of one's lungs [fig.] [very loudly]
Unverified No tiene un amigo siquiera.He does not even have one friend.
loc. proverb. Una golondrina no hace verano.One swallow does not make a summer.
proverb. Unverified Al que a buen árbol se arrima, buena sombra lo cobijaThe one who leans on a good tree will get the good shade
Unverified con la ropa hecha jirones {adv}with one's clothes in shreds
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]
Unverified cantar victoria [fig.] [locución] [dar por ganado]to count one's chickens before they hatch [fig.] [idiom]
caerse de morros [col.]to fall flat on one's face
darse de bruces [locución]to fall flat on one's face
cantarle las cuarenta a algn [col.] [locución]to give sb. a piece of one's mind [coll.] [idiom]
Unverified mirar a-algn/algo con el rabillo del ojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
mirar a-algn/algo de reojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
valerse por mismoto stand on one's own two feet [idiom]
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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