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loc. ¡Prohibido pisar el césped!Keep off the grass!
aguantar algoto put up with sth.
Unverified llenarse de algoto fill (up) with sth.
proverb. Unverified El que con lobos anda, a aullar se enseñaYou are the company you keep
abordar el asuntoto deal with the matter
alargar la manoto reach out with the hand
proverb. El infierno está empedrado de buenos propósitos.The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
sacar a algn de sus casillas [col.]to drive sb. up the wall [coll.]
Tienen la casa muy bien puesta.They've done the house up very nicely.
Unverified Sírvase ponerse en contacto con la oficina local.Please make contact with the local office.
loc. criar malvas [fig.]to be pushing up (the) daisies [fig.]
retomar el hilo [fig.]to pick up the thread [fig.]
Es una buena idea estar de acuerdo con el jefe la mayor parte del tiempo.It's a good idea to agree with the boss most of the time.
oportunamente {adv}at times
ocasionalmente {adv}at times
a veces {adv}at times
cine F Tiempos modernosModern Times [Charlie Chaplin]
una cuarentena de veces {adv}about forty times
cuatro veces al día {adv}four times a day
La piña está agria. [fig.] [col.] [am.]Times are tough.
proverb. Unverified Al mal tiempo, buena caraIn bad times, show your best face
mantener algoto keep sth.
guardar algoto keep sth.
dep. mantenerese en formato keep fit
seguir haciendo algoto keep on doing sth.
quedarse con algoto keep sth. [retain possession]
acompasar el paso [bailar]to keep in step [dancing]
vigilar (a-algn/algo)to keep watch (on sb./sth.)
loc. cerrar el pico [col.]to keep one's trap shut [coll.]
abrigar a algn [con ropa]to keep sb. warm [with clothes]
Unverified desvelar a-algn/algo [no dejar dormir]to keep sb./sth. awake
Unverified tener algo como los chorros del oro [col.]to keep sth. spick and span [coll.]
pelar el ojo [fig.] [col.]to keep one's eyes peeled [fig.] [coll.]
con {prep}with
contigo {adv}with you
mueb. casillero {m}cabinet with pigeonholes
Unverified carcajearseto roar with laughter
primero {adv}to begin with [enumeration]
con pesar {adv}with regret
referente {prep}with respect to
mazazo {m}blow with a mallet
mediante {prep}with [by means of]
afrontar algoto cope with sth.
apantallado {adj} [mex.]dumb with shock
experimentar algoto experiment with sth.
gastr. {m} con lechetea with milk
loc. a duras penas {adv}with great difficulty
reírse a carcajadasto roar with laughter
con referencia a {prep}with respect to
con respecto a {prep}with respect to
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