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cagar [vulg.]to have / take a dump [vulg.] [coll.] [defecate]
tender a ser algoto have a tendency to be sth.
echar un vistazo a algoto have a (quick) look at sth.
Tal vez vayamos a tener una tormenta.Perhaps we're going to have a storm.
ducharseto have a shower [Br.]
disfrutarto have a good time
divertirseto have a good time
bañarse [lavarse]to have a bath [Br.]
tener un hijoto have a baby
tener un sueñoto have a dream
¡Buen viaje!(Have a) good trip!
foto. fotografiarto take a photograph
ducharseto take a shower [Am.]
tomar asientoto take a seat
pasearseto take a walk [Am.]
echarse un coyotito [col.] [mex.]to have a siesta
edu. hacer un examento take a test
foto. tomar una fotografíato take a photograph
bañarse [lavarse]to take a bath [Am.]
cuidar a algnto take care of sb.
darse un chapuzónto take a dip [swim]
estar hecho a base de have as its essential ingredient ...
quitarse a algo [ropa]to take off sth. [clothes]
presentir algo [intuir algo futuro]to have a presentiment of sth. [formal]
tardarto take a long time [of things and people]
tomarle el relevo a algnto take over from sb.
¿Cuanto va a tardar?How long will it take?
loc. no tener la más mínima posibilidadto not have a cat in hell's chance [coll.]
especial {adj}special
Unverified vivir a salto de mata [col.] [locución]to take each day as it comes [coll.] [idiom]
acoger a algn [huérfano etc.]to take sb. in [orphan etc.]
posición {f}position
Unverified no tener qué llevarse a la boca [col.] [locución]to not have two brass farthings to rub together [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]
posición {f} estratégicastrategic position
divertirseto have fun
almorzarto have lunch
cenarto have dinner
tener algoto have sth.
tener queto have to
merendarto have an afternoon snack
tener algoto have got sth.
poseer algoto have (got) sth.
acaecerto take place
resguardarseto take shelter
aero. despegue {m}take-off
producirseto take place
¡Cuídate!Take care!
tener una aventurato have an affair
¿Tiene (Usted) ... ? [formal]Do you have ... ?
acabar de empezarto have just started
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