booted translation | English-Spanish dictionary

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

boot, bootee, bootleg, bookend

"booted": examples and translations in context
We're one step closer to getting Richard booted out. Estamos a un paso de que echen a Richard.
I don't want to be booted out of the Sierra Club. No quiero que me echen del Club Sierra.
Remember how the groundskeeper booted us out? ¿Recuerdas que el encargado nos echó a patadas?
The university booted you out of there, huh? La universidad te echó a patadas de allí, ¿huh?
The Police came one day and they just booted me out Un día llegó la policía y me echaron
She decided to keep me, even when her parents booted her out. Decidió tenerme, aunque sus padres la echaron.
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