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Unverified subirse a un cocheto get in a car
tener a-algn/algo en cuentato consider sb./sth. [take into account]
TIC ordenador {m} de a bordocar computer
guiar un cocheto drive a car
divorciarseto get a divorce
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
acostumbrarse a algoto get used to sth.
ingresar a algoto get in / into sth.
Unverified enfurruñarse [col.]to get in a huff [coll.] [idiom]
levantar a algnto get sb. out of bed
dar caña [col.] [apresurarse]to get a move on [coll.] [hurry]
A menudo tengo dolores de cabeza.I often get headaches.
acostumbrar a algn a algoto get sb. used to sth.
ponerse de mala leche [col.]to get in a bad mood [coll.]
loc. caer gordo a algn [col.] [Perú]to get up sb.'s nose [coll.]
loc. caer chinche a algn [col.] [Perú]to get on sb.'s tits [coll.]
meterse en líos [fig.]to get into a mess [fig.]
subir a algo [autobús, tren etc.]to get on / onto / in / into sth. [bus, train etc.]
automov. automóvil {m}car
coche {m} [esp.]car
automov. turismo {m}private car
carro {m} [coche] [am.]car
automov. patrulla {m} {f} [coche]patrol / squad car
Unverified zeta {m} [esp.] [col.]cop car [coll.] [Am.]
También lavamos el coche.We also washed the car.
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]
enfermarseto get ill
levantarseto get up
divorciarseto get divorced
excitarseto get upset
alterarseto get upset
¡Arriba!Get up!
azorarseto get upset
alborotarseto get excited
atolondrarseto get flustered
desgastarseto get exhausted
¡Fuera!Get out!
mojarseto get wet
mancharseto get dirty
asustarseto get frightened
enojarseto get angry
enfermarseto get sick
enfadarseto get angry
desnudarseto get undressed
vestirseto get dressed
casarseto get married
Unverified ajetrearseto get exhausted
lavarseto get washed
aburrirseto be / get bored
conseguir algoto get sth.
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