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to go for a ride

  • 1 hacer el primo

    familiar to be taken for a ride
    * * *
    to be taken for a sucker*, be taken for a ride*

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer el primo

  • 2 dar el paseo a algn

    *to take sb for a ride*

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar el paseo a algn

  • 3 rosita

    SF
    1) (Bot) small rose
    2) Cono Sur (=pendiente) earring
    3)

    de rosita Méx (=sin esfuerzo) without effort

    andar de rosita LAm [sin trabajo] to be out of work

    4) pl rositas [de maíz] popcorn sing
    * * *
    f
    :
    irse de rositas ( sin ayudar) be along for the ride

    Spanish-English dictionary > rosita

  • 4 engañar a alguien como a un chino

    familiar to take somebody for a ride

    Spanish-English dictionary > engañar a alguien como a un chino

  • 5 engańar

    • bamboozle
    • befool
    • beguile
    • cheat on
    • cozen
    • deceive
    • defraud
    • delude
    • do a snow job on
    • do down
    • dupe
    • fool
    • gull
    • hocus-pocus
    • humbug
    • outmaneuver
    • play false
    • pull a face
    • pull a fast one on
    • pull a long face
    • put one over
    • put upon
    • spoof
    • string along
    • take for a ride

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > engańar

  • 6 llevar de paseo a

    • take for a ride

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > llevar de paseo a

  • 7 atracción de la feria

    (n.) = carnival ride, ride, fairground ride, fair ride, ride attraction, amusement ride
    Ex. Emergency officials say a carnival ride has collapsed at a fairgrounds, injuring three people severely.
    Ex. 14 other fairgoers suffered minor injuries after their ride collapsed.
    Ex. Safety officials have examined two fairground rides after two people were killed and three injured in two separate accidents.
    Ex. Keep the children entertained by taking them to ride the beach buggies, jump around on the bouncy castle, or have fun on the fair rides.
    Ex. One of the numerous ride attractions on offer at the fair this year is a new 140 foot long rollercoaster and a reverse bungee jump.
    Ex. A mechanical amusement ride must carry liability insurance of not less than $350,000 for injury to persons arising out of the use of the ride.
    * * *
    (n.) = carnival ride, ride, fairground ride, fair ride, ride attraction, amusement ride

    Ex: Emergency officials say a carnival ride has collapsed at a fairgrounds, injuring three people severely.

    Ex: 14 other fairgoers suffered minor injuries after their ride collapsed.
    Ex: Safety officials have examined two fairground rides after two people were killed and three injured in two separate accidents.
    Ex: Keep the children entertained by taking them to ride the beach buggies, jump around on the bouncy castle, or have fun on the fair rides.
    Ex: One of the numerous ride attractions on offer at the fair this year is a new 140 foot long rollercoaster and a reverse bungee jump.
    Ex: A mechanical amusement ride must carry liability insurance of not less than $350,000 for injury to persons arising out of the use of the ride.

    Spanish-English dictionary > atracción de la feria

  • 8 columpio de la feria

    (n.) = carnival ride, ride, fairground ride, fair ride, ride attraction, amusement ride
    Ex. Emergency officials say a carnival ride has collapsed at a fairgrounds, injuring three people severely.
    Ex. 14 other fairgoers suffered minor injuries after their ride collapsed.
    Ex. Safety officials have examined two fairground rides after two people were killed and three injured in two separate accidents.
    Ex. Keep the children entertained by taking them to ride the beach buggies, jump around on the bouncy castle, or have fun on the fair rides.
    Ex. One of the numerous ride attractions on offer at the fair this year is a new 140 foot long rollercoaster and a reverse bungee jump.
    Ex. A mechanical amusement ride must carry liability insurance of not less than $350,000 for injury to persons arising out of the use of the ride.
    * * *
    (n.) = carnival ride, ride, fairground ride, fair ride, ride attraction, amusement ride

    Ex: Emergency officials say a carnival ride has collapsed at a fairgrounds, injuring three people severely.

    Ex: 14 other fairgoers suffered minor injuries after their ride collapsed.
    Ex: Safety officials have examined two fairground rides after two people were killed and three injured in two separate accidents.
    Ex: Keep the children entertained by taking them to ride the beach buggies, jump around on the bouncy castle, or have fun on the fair rides.
    Ex: One of the numerous ride attractions on offer at the fair this year is a new 140 foot long rollercoaster and a reverse bungee jump.
    Ex: A mechanical amusement ride must carry liability insurance of not less than $350,000 for injury to persons arising out of the use of the ride.

    Spanish-English dictionary > columpio de la feria

См. также в других словарях:

  • for a ride — See: TAKE FOR A RIDE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • for a ride — See: TAKE FOR A RIDE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • for the ride — See: ALONG FOR THE RIDE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • for the ride — See: ALONG FOR THE RIDE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • for\ a\ ride — See: take for a ride …   Словарь американских идиом

  • for\ the\ ride — See: along for the ride …   Словарь американских идиом

  • For the Ride Home — Infobox Album | Name = For the Ride Home Type = Album Artist = Josh Kelley Released = June 3 2003 (original) February 24, 2004 (re release) Recorded = Genre = Pop / Rock Length = 50:04 (disc 1) 13:15 (disc 2) Label = Hollywood Records (US)… …   Wikipedia

  • for the ride — phrasal : for the satisfaction of an activity : for fun I just go along for the ride W.J.Reilly * * * for pleasure or interest, rather than any serious purpose I don’t need anything at the mall, but I’m happy to go along for the ride …   Useful english dictionary

  • go along for the ride — See along for the ride …   English idioms

  • take someone for a ride — {v. phr.}, {informal} 1. To cheat or swindle someone. * /Poor Joe Catwallender was taken for a ride./ 2. To kill someone after kidnapping. * /The criminals took the man for a ride./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take someone for a ride — {v. phr.}, {informal} 1. To cheat or swindle someone. * /Poor Joe Catwallender was taken for a ride./ 2. To kill someone after kidnapping. * /The criminals took the man for a ride./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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