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No envidio a nadie.I don't envy other people.
gente {f}people {pl}
Unverified gente {f} jovenyoung people
pueblo {m} [aldea, población]people
aglomeración {f} de gentecrowd of people
Unverified sin papeles {} [col.]undocumented people [without identification papers]
náut. encallarto run aground
Unverified escasearto run low
resbalarto run [liquid]
besarseto kiss each other
¿Qué se creen estos?Who do these people think they are?
¡Huye!Run! [flee, escape]
náut. varar [encallar]to run aground
dep. jonrón {m} [am.]home run
huirto run away [flee]
¡Corramos!Let's run!
rebosarto run over [overflow]
es decirin other words
¡No corras!Don't run!
el uno al otro {adv}each other
entre otras cosas {adv}among other things
No permitimos que fume la gente.We do not permit people to smoke.
coger carrerillato take a run-up
meterse a correrto start to run
esfumarse [esp.] [Madrid] [col.]to run away
encontrarse con run into sb.
al revés {adv}the other way round [Br.]
al contrario {adv}the other way round [Br.]
quedarse sin aireto run out of air
corretear [correr sin dirección fija]to run around
Unverified algún que otro secretosome secret or other
Unverified pelearse a gritosto shout at each other [argumentatively]
atravesar a-algn/algoto run sb./sth. through
loc. andar a palosto be at each other's throats
Unverified mirarse el uno al otroto look at each other
corriente y moliente {adj} [col.]run-of-the-mill [coll.]
Unverified darse a la fuga [col.]to run away / off [flee]
ser del montón [locución]to be run-of-the-mill [idiom]
abajo {adv}down
Unverified Se han vuelto las tornas. [locución]The boot's on the other foot now. [Br.] [idiom]
echarseto lie down
sentarseto sit (down)
orn. plumón {m}down [feathers]
arrodillarseto kneel (down)
tranquilizarseto calm down
agazaparseto crouch (down)
agacharseto crouch down
No tuvo más remedio que ...There was no other option but ...
correr (algo)to run (sth.) [on foot, a distance, a risk]
malograrseto break down [machine]
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