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BETA Spanish-English translation for: to do sb a mischief
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ordenar a algn hacer algoto order sb. to do sth.
mandar a algn que haga algoto instruct sb. to do sth.
ordenar a algn que haga algoto order sb. to do sth.
retar a algn a algo [desafiar]to challenge sb. to (do) sth.
instar a algn a hacer algoto urge sb. to do sth.
encargar a algn que haga algoto instruct sb. to do sth.
ordenar a algn que haga algoto instruct sb. to do sth.
Unverified tocar a algn hacer algoto be sb.'s turn to do sth.
consentir a algn en hacer algo [permitir]to allow sb. to do sth.
prescindir de algn/algoto do without sb./sth.
presentar algn a algnto introduce sb. to sb.
algn debería hacer algosb. ought to do sth.
pedir que algn haga algoto ask sb. to do sth.
¿A qué te dedicas?What do you do (for a living)? [informal]
propinar un golpe a algnto deal sb. a blow
guardar a algn una sillato save a seat for sb.
velar a algn [difunto]to hold a vigil for sb. [deceased]
determinarse a hacer algoto determine to do sth.
tender a hacer algoto tend to do sth.
Unverified comprometerse a hacer algoto promise to do sth.
atreverse a hacer algoto dare to do sth.
Unverified aspirar a hacer algoto aspire to do sth.
eximir a algnto exempt sb.
adiestrar a algnto train sb.
disculpar a algnto excuse sb.
chinchar a algnto bother sb.
coronar a algnto crown sb.
linchar a algnto lynch sb.
asegurar a algnto assure sb.
chantajear a algnto blackmail sb.
exasperar a algnto exasperate sb.
maestrar a algnto educate sb.
asustar a algnto scare sb.
saludar a algnto greet sb.
sorprender (a algn)to amaze (sb.)
incordiar a algnto bother sb.
asesinar a algnto murder sb.
asesinar a algnto assassinate sb.
estrangular a algnto strangle sb.
ofender a algnto insult sb.
intimidar a algnto intimidate sb.
invitar a algnto invite sb.
abrazar a algnto hug sb.
contactar a algnto contact sb.
empobrecer a algnto impoverish sb.
adorar a algnto admire sb.
desalentar a algnto dishearten sb.
incomodar a algnto bother sb.
obligar a algnto compel sb.
enojar a algnto annoy sb.
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