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Unverified contenerse [reprimirse]to contain oneself
recoger algoto contain sth.
contener algoto contain sth.
esconder algo [fig.]to contain sth.
asociarse a algoto associate oneself with sth.
Unverified descubrirse como algoto reveal oneself as sth.
preciarse de algoto pride oneself in sth.
someterse a algoto subject oneself to sth.
decir algo para sus adentrosto say sth. to oneself
restregarse contra algn/algoto rub oneself against sb./sth.
lucirse en algo [destacarse]to excel oneself in / at sth.
Unverified rebajarse a hacer algoto lower oneself to do sth. [demean]
en un tris {adv} [col.] [locución]within a hair's breadth [coll.] [idiom]
en dos kilómetros a la redonda {adv}within a two kilometer radius
lastimarseto injure oneself
relig. persignarseto cross oneself
lastimarseto hurt oneself
imaginarseto imagine (oneself)
propulsarseto propel oneself
Unverified orientarseto orient oneself
envenenarseto poison oneself
secarseto dry oneself
lavarseto wash oneself
afeitarseto shave (oneself)
plantarseto plant oneself
disfrutarto enjoy oneself
divertirseto amuse oneself
defenderseto defend oneself
asearseto smarten oneself up
agotarseto tire oneself out
Unverified canturreo {m}soft singing (to oneself)
canturrearto sing softly to oneself
Unverified jamarse [col.]to stuff oneself [coll.]
abnegarseto deny oneself [go without]
ponerse ato devote oneself to
aplicarse ato devote oneself to
dedicarse ato devote oneself to
entregarse ato devote oneself to
rascarseto scratch (oneself) [to relieve an itch]
Unverified atiborrarse [hartarse de comida]to stuff oneself [with food]
empotrar algo en algo [Incrustar]to crash sth. into sth.
sacar algo de algoto take sth. out of sth.
Unverified arrimar algo a algoto put sth. next to sth.
Unverified empotrar algo en algoto build sth. into sth.
meter algo en algoto put sth. into sth.
transformar algo en algoto turn sth. into sth.
Unverified abarrotar algo de algoto pack sth. with sth. [fill, stuff]
Unverified estampar algo contra algoto fling sth. against sth. [intending to smash]
Unverified estrellar algo contra algoto hurl sth. against sth. [intending to break]
tener algo que ver con algoto have sth. to do with sth.
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