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Unverified ponerse morado de algo [col.]to pig out on sth. [coll.]
Unverified jugar una mala pasada a algn [col.]to play a dirty trick on sb. [coll.]
llegar a saberto find out
a {prep}on
fatigar a algnto tire sb. (out)
Unverified exclamar a algnto call out to sb.
llevar a cabo algoto carry sth. out
apagar una velato blow out a candle
llevarse a efectoto be carried out [effected]
levantar a algnto get sb. out of bed
a propósito {adv}on purpose
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
asomarse a la ventanato lean out of the window
loc. a pata {adv} [col.]on foot
a la hora {adv}on time
a gatas {adv}on all fours
a la izquierda {adv}on the left
a la derecha {adv}on the right
agarrarse a algoto hold on to sth.
Unverified Suave un toqueHold on a sec
a lomos de un caballo {adv}on horseback
a escala global {adv}on a global scale
ir de puenteto go on a long weekend
infligir algo a algnto inflict sth. on sb.
a partir de hoy {adv}from this day on
chivarse a algn [col.]to snitch on sb. [coll.]
adorar a-algn/algoto dote on sb./sth.
irse de picos pardos [fig.]to go on a spree
vigilar (a-algn/algo)to keep watch (on sb./sth.)
Unverified como alma que lleva el diabolo {adv} [col.]like a bat out of hell [coll.]
dar caña [col.] [apresurarse]to get a move on [coll.] [hurry]
salir a rastras de debajo de la camato drag oneself out from under the bed
proverb. A palabras necias, oídos sordos.Harsh words fall on deaf ears.
loc. caer chinche a algn [col.] [Perú]to get on sb.'s tits [coll.]
la primera calle a la derechathe first road on the right
loc. ir de bar en bar tomando copasto go on a pub crawl [Br.]
mirar a-algn/algo de reojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
regañar a algn a base de bien [col.] [fig.]to chew sb. out [Am.] [coll.] [fig.]
Unverified mirar a-algn/algo con el rabillo del ojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
Apenas salí a la calle, se puso a llover.As soon as I went out into the street it began to rain.
¿Podemos acordar una fecha para la próxima reunión?Can we agree on a date for the next meeting?
subir a algo [autobús, tren etc.]to get on / onto / in / into sth. [bus, train etc.]
estar a años luz en un asunto [fig.]to be light-years apart on an issue [fig.]
Siempre saca a relucir sus éxitos.He's always going on about how successful he is. [coll.]
fuera {adv}out
Unverified ¡Ojito!Look out!
desde {prep}out of
Unverified repantigarseto sprawl out
salirto come out
salirto go out
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