booted translation | English-Spanish dictionary

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adj.
calzado
adj.
arrancado
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v.
1) arrancó en caliente (vi), 2) arrancado en caliente (part II vi)
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v.
1) arrancó en frío (vi), 2) arrancado en frío (part II vi)
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'booted' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
she booted him up the backside
See also:

boot, bootee, bootleg, bookend

"booted": examples and translations in context
Remember how the groundskeeper booted us out? ¿Recuerdas que el encargado nos echó a patadas?
They say Ma booted you out 'cause off your weakness for the ladies. Dicen que mamá te echó de casa porque las mujeres eran tu perdición.
He bought a seat in parliament and got booted out for saying pro-Nazi things. Compró un escaño y le echaron por hablar bien de los nazis.
But Kovarsky didn't sanction it, so you got booted out. Pero Kovarsky no dio la orden, así que te echaron.
Unalaq's already booted our chieftains out of their palace. Unalaq ya ha echado a nuestros caudillos de su palacio.
My training officer would have booted you out of the Agency for that. Mi oficial de entrenamiento te hubiese echado de la Agencia por eso.
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