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infligir algo a algnto inflict sth. on sb.
impedir a-algn/algoto prevent sb./sth. [impede]
tenerle pavor a algn/algoto dread sb./sth.
atribuir a-algn/algoto credit sb./sth. [attribute]
gritar (a-algn/algo)to scream (at sb./sth.)
favorecer a-algn/algoto favour sb./sth. [Br.]
estimular a-algn/algo [alentar]to encourage sb./sth.
reconocer a-algn/algo [valorar]to appreciate sb./sth.
vengarse de / en algnto take revenge on sb.
conmover a algn [emocionar]to affect sb. [move emotionally]
prescindir de algn/algoto do without sb./sth.
suceder a algn [en un cargo]to succeed sb.
dejar algo a algn [prestar]to lend sb. sth.
ver a-algn/algoto look at sb./sth.
atemorizar a-algn/algo [literario]to frighten sb./sth.
Unverified espachurrar a-algn/algo [col.]to squash sb./sth.
necesitar a-algn/algoto require sb./sth. [need]
burlarse de algn/algo [ridiculizar]to ridicule sb./sth.
Unverified gorronear a algn [col.]to sponge off sb. [coll.]
favorecer a-algn/algoto favor sb./sth. [Am.]
Unverified delatar a algnto betray sb. [denounce, inform on]
herir a algn [espiritualmente]to offend sb. [hurt emotionally]
Unverified toparse con algn [hallar casualmente]to come across sb.
fijarse en algn/algo [percatarse]to notice sb./sth.
pensar mal de algnto think badly of sb.
dar la murga a algn [col.]to bother sb.
mandar a-algn/algo [enviar]to send sb./sth.
med. empachar a algn [provocar indigestión]to give sb. indigestion
parecerse a-algn/algoto look like sb./sth.
aguardar a-algn/algoto wait for sb./sth.
tratarse de algnto involve sb. [to be about sb.]
cine TV doblar a-algn/algo [traducir]to dub sb./sth.
Unverified rozar a-algn/algoto brush against sb./sth.
conmocionar a-algn/algoto shock sb./sth. [emotionally]
reprobar a-algn/algo [mex.]to fail sb./sth.
fusilar a-algn/algo [col.]to plagiarize sb./sth.
enamorarse de algnto fall in love with sb.
elegir a-algn/algoto pick sb./sth. [choose]
echar de menos a-algn/algoto miss sb./sth.
poner a-algn/algo en libertadto release sb./sth.
temer (a-algn/algo)to be afraid (of sb./sth.)
a espaldas de algn {adv}behind (the back of) sb.
Unverified coincidir con algn [estar de acuerdo]to agree with sb.
pedir prestado algo a algnto borrow sth. from sb.
parar (a-algn/algo) [detenerse, cesar]to stop (sb./sth.)
estar enamorado de algnto be in love with sb.
convencer a algn de algoto convince sb. of sth.
Unverified herir los sentimientos de algnto hurt sb.'s feelings
botar a algn [am.] [col.] [despedir]to fire sb. [coll.]
parir (a-algn/algo)to give birth (to sb./sth.)
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