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a huge amount of money

  • 1 montonazo

    = slew.
    Ex. His work includes 47 novels, and slews of essays, plays, reviews, poems, histories, and public speeches.
    ----
    * desde hace un montonazo de tiempo = for yonks and yonks.
    * hace un montonazo de tiempo = yonks and yonks.
    * un montonazo = like crazy, like mad.
    * un montonazo de = a truckload of, a whole slew of, a raft of.
    * un montonazo de dinero = a huge amount of money.
    * * *
    = slew.

    Ex: His work includes 47 novels, and slews of essays, plays, reviews, poems, histories, and public speeches.

    * desde hace un montonazo de tiempo = for yonks and yonks.
    * hace un montonazo de tiempo = yonks and yonks.
    * un montonazo = like crazy, like mad.
    * un montonazo de = a truckload of, a whole slew of, a raft of.
    * un montonazo de dinero = a huge amount of money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > montonazo

  • 2 tucada

    ( Chi fam)
    fortune, huge amount of money

    Spanish-English dictionary > tucada

  • 3 esconder

    v.
    to hide, to conceal.
    * * *
    1 to hide, conceal
    1 to hide
    * * *
    verb
    to hide, conceal
    * * *
    1.
    VT to hide, conceal (de from)
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to hide, conceal (frml)
    2.
    esconderse v pron
    1) (refl) persona to hide
    2) ( estar oculto) to hide, lie hidden
    * * *
    = hide, obscure, ensconce, tuck away, dissimulate, hide out, conceal, stash away, cache.
    Ex. These complications were not hidden or implicit; they were clearly set out at the beginning of the volume under 'Rules for the Compilation of the Catalog'.
    Ex. A pseudonym is the name assumed by an author to conceal or obscure his or her identity.
    Ex. The foreman ensconced in one of the cages and the master-printer in the other.
    Ex. It is rumoured to be, at least in part, tucked away in one of the attics of the Science Library, a forgotten monument to a great but unsuccessful idea = Se rumorea que se encuentra oculto, al menos en parte, en uno de los áticos de la Biblioteca de Ciencias, monumento olvidado a una gran idea pero sin éxito.
    Ex. He highlights the fact that the amount of time spent lying, dissimulating, and conforming in matters of religious faith was a huge issue in the 16th century.
    Ex. It tells the story of a young detective who stumbles across a stash of jewel thieves hiding out in an abandoned house.
    Ex. He merely said, striving to conceal his anger: 'I'll see what I can do'.
    Ex. Almost everybody we know had their treasures or some of their personal items stashed away in an old cigar box.
    Ex. Previous studies in which squirrels were provisioned with an abundant supply of food found a reduction in the rate of caching.
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    * de tirar la piedra y esconder la mano = hit-and-run.
    * esconder escollos para = hold + pitfalls for.
    * esconder la cabeza como el avestruz = bury + Posesivo + head in the sand (like an ostrich), stick + Posesivo + head in the sand.
    * esconder peligros para = hold + pitfalls for.
    * esconderse = skulk, go into + hiding.
    * esconderse de miedo = cower.
    * esconderse detrás de = hide behind.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to hide, conceal (frml)
    2.
    esconderse v pron
    1) (refl) persona to hide
    2) ( estar oculto) to hide, lie hidden
    * * *
    = hide, obscure, ensconce, tuck away, dissimulate, hide out, conceal, stash away, cache.

    Ex: These complications were not hidden or implicit; they were clearly set out at the beginning of the volume under 'Rules for the Compilation of the Catalog'.

    Ex: A pseudonym is the name assumed by an author to conceal or obscure his or her identity.
    Ex: The foreman ensconced in one of the cages and the master-printer in the other.
    Ex: It is rumoured to be, at least in part, tucked away in one of the attics of the Science Library, a forgotten monument to a great but unsuccessful idea = Se rumorea que se encuentra oculto, al menos en parte, en uno de los áticos de la Biblioteca de Ciencias, monumento olvidado a una gran idea pero sin éxito.
    Ex: He highlights the fact that the amount of time spent lying, dissimulating, and conforming in matters of religious faith was a huge issue in the 16th century.
    Ex: It tells the story of a young detective who stumbles across a stash of jewel thieves hiding out in an abandoned house.
    Ex: He merely said, striving to conceal his anger: 'I'll see what I can do'.
    Ex: Almost everybody we know had their treasures or some of their personal items stashed away in an old cigar box.
    Ex: Previous studies in which squirrels were provisioned with an abundant supply of food found a reduction in the rate of caching.
    * de tirar la piedra y esconder la mano = hit-and-run.
    * esconder escollos para = hold + pitfalls for.
    * esconder la cabeza como el avestruz = bury + Posesivo + head in the sand (like an ostrich), stick + Posesivo + head in the sand.
    * esconder peligros para = hold + pitfalls for.
    * esconderse = skulk, go into + hiding.
    * esconderse de miedo = cower.
    * esconderse detrás de = hide behind.

    * * *
    esconder [E1 ]
    vt
    to hide, conceal ( frml)
    A ( refl) «persona» to hide esconderse DE algn to hide FROM sb
    B
    1 (estar oculto) to hide, lie hidden
    detrás de esa apariencia agresiva se esconde un corazón de oro behind that aggressive exterior hides o there lies a heart of gold
    2 «sol» to go in
    * * *

     

    esconder ( conjugate esconder) verbo transitivo
    to hide, conceal (frml)
    esconderse verbo pronominal
    1 ( refl) [ persona] to hide;
    esconderse de algn to hide from sb
    2 ( estar oculto) to hide, lie hidden
    esconder verbo transitivo to hide [de, from]
    (la verdad, una información) to conceal [de, from]
    ♦ Locuciones: tirar la piedra y esconder la mano, to do something wrong and then act innocently
    ' esconder' also found in these entries:
    English:
    harbor
    - harbour
    - hide
    - secrete
    - box
    - draw
    - secret
    - stash
    - stow
    * * *
    vt
    to hide, to conceal;
    me esconden el tabaco they hide my cigarettes
    * * *
    v/t hide, conceal
    * * *
    ocultar: to hide, to conceal
    * * *
    esconder vb to hide [pt. hid; pp. hidden]
    ¿dónde has escondido el dinero? where have you hid the money?

    Spanish-English dictionary > esconder

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