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tener a-algn/algo en cuentato consider sb./sth. [take into account]
Unverified tocar a algn hacer algoto be sb.'s turn to do sth.
Unverified quedar a-algn/algo [tamaño]to fit sb./sth. [be the right size]
Unverified sacar a algn de sus casillas [col.]to drive sb. up the wall [coll.]
Unverified a algn le cuesta creer quesb. finds it difficult to believe that
Unverified despues de que algn haga algo {conj} [acción futura: subj.]after sb. does sth.
Unverified despues de que algn hizo algo {conj} [acción pasada: indic.]after sb. did sth.
promover a-algn/algoto promote sb./sth. [raise sb. in rank, encourage sth.]
servir a algn algoto serve sb. sth. [e.g. food etc., also in sports]
algn ha sido destituido de su cargosb. has been removed from his post
Unverified pasarse de lista con algn [col.] [locución]to try to be clever with sb. [coll.] [idiom]
propinar un golpe a algnto deal sb. a blow
coger (a algn) [vulg.] [am.]to fuck (sb.) [vulg.]
Unverified abroncar a algn [col.]to give sb. a rollocking [Br.] [coll.]
acoger a algn [huérfano etc.]to take sb. in [orphan etc.]
velar a algn [difunto]to hold a vigil for sb. [deceased]
soportar a algn [fig.]to stand sb. [fig.] [endure, tolerate, bear]
guardar a algn una sillato save a seat for sb.
Unverified encadenar a-algn/algo [también fig.]to fetter sb./sth. [also fig.]
Unverified petrificar a-algn/algo [personas : fig.]to petrify sb./sth. [people : fig.]
Unverified llevar a algn a caballitoto give sb. a piggyback (ride) [coll.]
desenmascarar a-algn/algo [también fig.]to unmask sb./sth. [also fig.]
ofensivo follar (a algn) [vulg.]to fuck (sb.) [vulg.]
hacer un calvo a algn [vulg.]to moon sb. [vulg.] [show bare buttocks]
dejar a-algn/algoto leave sb./sth. [a thing somewhere, a person alone]
dejar a algn en el arranque [cent.]to let sb. down [fail to meet one's side of the bargain]
Unverified mirar a-algn/algo de reojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
Unverified jugar una mala pasada a algn [col.]to play a dirty trick on sb. [coll.]
regañar a algn a base de bien [col.] [fig.]to chew sb. out [Am.] [coll.] [fig.]
denegar (el acceso a / el derecho a) algo a algnto deny sb. (access to / the right to) sth.
Unverified mirar a-algn/algo con el rabillo del ojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
apartar a-algn/algo de algoto urge sb./sth. away from sth.
Unverified colar a-algn/algo en algoto sneak sb./sth. into sth.
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