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  • 361 salir corriendo a la calle

    (v.) = run into + the street
    Ex. She ran into the street stark naked, waving her arms wildly and screaming at the top of her voice, 'Stop, stop!'.
    * * *
    (v.) = run into + the street

    Ex: She ran into the street stark naked, waving her arms wildly and screaming at the top of her voice, 'Stop, stop!'.

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  • 362 salir de + Posesivo + escondite

    (v.) = raise + Posesivo + head above the parapet
    Ex. As Scots we are sometimes shy; we are sometimes afraid to raise our heads above the parapet; we are sometimes afraid to raise our voices.
    * * *
    (v.) = raise + Posesivo + head above the parapet

    Ex: As Scots we are sometimes shy; we are sometimes afraid to raise our heads above the parapet; we are sometimes afraid to raise our voices.

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  • 363 salir de + Posesivo + refugio

    (v.) = raise + Posesivo + head above the parapet
    Ex. As Scots we are sometimes shy; we are sometimes afraid to raise our heads above the parapet; we are sometimes afraid to raise our voices.
    * * *
    (v.) = raise + Posesivo + head above the parapet

    Ex: As Scots we are sometimes shy; we are sometimes afraid to raise our heads above the parapet; we are sometimes afraid to raise our voices.

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  • 364 salir de Guatemala para meterse en Guatapeor

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  • 365 salir de casa

    (v.) = leave + home
    Ex. The symptoms of agoraphobia, a condition in which an individual fears entering public areas, include fears of leaving home, fainting, entering open and closed spaces, shopping, entering social situations, and traveling far from home.
    * * *
    (v.) = leave + home

    Ex: The symptoms of agoraphobia, a condition in which an individual fears entering public areas, include fears of leaving home, fainting, entering open and closed spaces, shopping, entering social situations, and traveling far from home.

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  • 366 salir de copas

    (v.) = go out for + a drink
    Ex. The most popular activities are either those involving little physical effort (eg, listening to records), looking after the house & garden, or gregarious activities like going out for a drink.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out for + a drink

    Ex: The most popular activities are either those involving little physical effort (eg, listening to records), looking after the house & garden, or gregarious activities like going out for a drink.

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  • 367 salir de donde menos uno se lo espera

    (v.) = come out of + the woodwork
    Ex. And I'm sure there's plenty more unknowns or 'brand-news' yet to come out of the woodwork.
    * * *
    (v.) = come out of + the woodwork

    Ex: And I'm sure there's plenty more unknowns or 'brand-news' yet to come out of the woodwork.

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  • 368 salir de fiesta

    (v.) = party
    Ex. A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.
    * * *
    (v.) = party

    Ex: A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.

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  • 369 salir de jarana

    (v.) = paint + the town red, go out on + the town
    Ex. Another sign of middle age is when, after painting the town red, you have to rest a week before applying the second coat.
    Ex. A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.
    * * *
    (v.) = paint + the town red, go out on + the town

    Ex: Another sign of middle age is when, after painting the town red, you have to rest a week before applying the second coat.

    Ex: A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.

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  • 370 salir de juerga

    (v.) = go out + boozing, paint + the town red, go out on + the town
    Ex. For students who want to avoid tourists, it's definitely one of the best places to go out boozing.
    Ex. Another sign of middle age is when, after painting the town red, you have to rest a week before applying the second coat.
    Ex. A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out + boozing, paint + the town red, go out on + the town

    Ex: For students who want to avoid tourists, it's definitely one of the best places to go out boozing.

    Ex: Another sign of middle age is when, after painting the town red, you have to rest a week before applying the second coat.
    Ex: A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir de juerga

  • 371 salir de la cárcel

    (v.) = release from + jail
    Ex. Sex offender Jonathan King is told to 'shut up' after he protests his innocence as he is released from jail.
    * * *
    (v.) = release from + jail

    Ex: Sex offender Jonathan King is told to 'shut up' after he protests his innocence as he is released from jail.

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  • 372 salir de la miseria

    (v.) = haul + Reflexivo + out of + Posesivo + bog
    Ex. To haul themselves out of their bog, their networks must facilitate tailoring of records to meet local needs.
    * * *
    (v.) = haul + Reflexivo + out of + Posesivo + bog

    Ex: To haul themselves out of their bog, their networks must facilitate tailoring of records to meet local needs.

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  • 373 salir de la rutina tradicional

    (v.) = break out of + the traditional mould
    Ex. This paper offers advice to help librarians break out of the traditional mould and plan effective programmes for young adults.
    * * *
    (v.) = break out of + the traditional mould

    Ex: This paper offers advice to help librarians break out of the traditional mould and plan effective programmes for young adults.

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  • 374 salir de la situación

    (v.) = extricate + Reflexivo
    Ex. It dawned on her that what she was doing might be a mistake, and she began to think of how best to extricate herself.
    * * *
    (v.) = extricate + Reflexivo

    Ex: It dawned on her that what she was doing might be a mistake, and she began to think of how best to extricate herself.

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  • 375 salir de marcha

    (v.) = paint + the town red, party, go out on + the town
    Ex. Another sign of middle age is when, after painting the town red, you have to rest a week before applying the second coat.
    Ex. A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.
    Ex. A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.
    * * *
    (v.) = paint + the town red, party, go out on + the town

    Ex: Another sign of middle age is when, after painting the town red, you have to rest a week before applying the second coat.

    Ex: A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.
    Ex: A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir de marcha

  • 376 salir de nuevo

    Ex. When our waiter came back out after clearing the table, we were certain that he was going to politely usher us out, but instead, he asked us if we were interested in dessert!.
    * * *

    Ex: When our waiter came back out after clearing the table, we were certain that he was going to politely usher us out, but instead, he asked us if we were interested in dessert!.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir de nuevo

  • 377 salir de parranda

    (v.) = go out + boozing, paint + the town red, go out on + the town
    Ex. For students who want to avoid tourists, it's definitely one of the best places to go out boozing.
    Ex. Another sign of middle age is when, after painting the town red, you have to rest a week before applying the second coat.
    Ex. A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out + boozing, paint + the town red, go out on + the town

    Ex: For students who want to avoid tourists, it's definitely one of the best places to go out boozing.

    Ex: Another sign of middle age is when, after painting the town red, you have to rest a week before applying the second coat.
    Ex: A couple had only been married for two weeks and the husband, although very much in love, couldn't wait to go out on the town and party with his old buddies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir de parranda

  • 378 salir de paseo

    (v.) = go out for + a walk
    Ex. She only went out for a walk but ended up staying out till sundown.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out for + a walk

    Ex: She only went out for a walk but ended up staying out till sundown.

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  • 379 salir de paseo en coche

    (v.) = go out for + a drive
    Ex. There was a time when even in cities it was regarded as a evidence of complete moral depravity for a man to go out for a drive on Sunday.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out for + a drive

    Ex: There was a time when even in cities it was regarded as a evidence of complete moral depravity for a man to go out for a drive on Sunday.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir de paseo en coche

  • 380 salir de perlas

    (v.) = come up + a treat, go down + a treat
    Ex. The window frames appeared to have not seen the light of day for over 50 years and were totally caked in dirt -- although with some elbow grease the window came up a treat.
    Ex. After only two days rehearsal we did a stormer of a gig from my point of view which went down a treat to a packed house.
    * * *
    (v.) = come up + a treat, go down + a treat

    Ex: The window frames appeared to have not seen the light of day for over 50 years and were totally caked in dirt -- although with some elbow grease the window came up a treat.

    Ex: After only two days rehearsal we did a stormer of a gig from my point of view which went down a treat to a packed house.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir de perlas

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