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Concha Utrillas.

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al tuntún

To the tuntun: tells of the actions done sloppily, stupidly, without any attention or care, without regard to advantages or disadvantages, is also go stumble, tripping.


Pelotillear: It is said of praise, flattery and excessive amiability towards one person.

irse por los cerros de úbeda

Go for the hills of Ubeda: it is said when someone tries to tell or explain something and dilates your speech entering another issue that embarulla and bundles that tries to tell.

llegar en un periquete

Get in a snap: arrive at a time, in an instant, in a second, immediately.


Desentrampar is: escape from a trap, a trap, metaphorically is to pay all the debts.


Squash are: spread over a surface something that is soft, or falling from a considerable height, or who has received a sharp blow.


Merman: Verb time undermine and express the decrease of the number of objects that contains a container, the amount of water of a swamp when it evaporates, the demise of the objects that shrink, which are subject to wear.


Annoying you: is the feeling of displeasure displayed with too much sweet food, also is tiredness or boredom caused by people too loving or kind.

quedarse mudo

Staying silent: is run out of words. stunned, not knowing what to say, shocked, confused, etc. for something that can be heard or seen.


SAG: get off a person of a more or less high place sliding down a rope, drain of roof, wall, etc. also in figurative way is detached or separated from a group of people, an ideology, a business, etc.


Infatuated: It says in a pejorative way, that shows an attitude of surface and whimsical, self-willed, stubborn for a person or thing or enamoradiza.

poner de través

Put crosswise: put or do something so oblique, transverse, leaning, Crooked, diagonal.

echar la zarpa

Check the paw: is hand, claw, paw, catch, grabbing or grasping something abruptly, without delicacy.


Dents: Subsidence or buns on the surface of metal objects by striking them against something hard as a stone, soil, etc.

antonimo de cejar

Antonym of cejar: antonyms of cejar are not back, insist vehemently, with constancy, firmness, not to give up, move forward with determination, attacking the opponent. You may find it interesting to know that cease is back, forfeit, surrender, yield in an effort, in a discussion.

oste ni moste

Oste or moste: the expression is "there is no or no oste no moste" and means not to be anyone, anything, anything, be empty a place.

tener buenos modales

Having good manners: have good education, acting at all times correctly, courteously, with respect, sympathy, patience.

nos pusimos las botas

We got the boots: Express of any matter to which it relates was obtained or achieved much without effort, that ate much, which got lots of money easily, etc.


Char: Toast, burn or slightly scorch the clothes to the press with the hot iron, the meat on the barbecue by the excessive fire, hair dryer, etc. .

ir como un cerdo

Go like a pig: is go with dirt on clothes, the body, go unkempt, with spots, emit odor, take the saccharine hair, etc.



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