acicalar translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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acicalar

  
a       vt  
1      [+persona]   to dress up, bedeck
2      [+metal]   to polish, burnish, shine
b    acicalarse      vpr   to smarten o.s. up, spruce o.s. up
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'acicalar' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
acicalar
v.
adornar, aderezar, acicalar, engalanar
"acicalar": examples and translations in context
Hoy tienes turno para acicalar a un perro. You took a reservation to groom a dog, today.
Estoy pensando en maneras de acicalar esto... incluso una nueva capa de pintura. I'm thinking about ways to spruce up the place - maybe even add a new coat of paint.
No hay necesidad de acicalar a estos perritos. The pooches won't need primping.
Sí, y va a estar aquí pronto, así que puede que te quieras acicalar. Yeah, and it's gonna be here soon, so you might want to spruce yourself up.
En esa noche el Gnomo cautivo Bajando de su caballo cojeaba No se podrá arreglar y acicalar más Marillion: on that Eve, the captive Imp downwards from his horse did limp no more would he preen and primp in garb of red and gold.
Acicalar, alimentar, cuidar... ...a tomar las riendas de las más grandes criaturas listas para montar. Grooming, feeding, looking out - to being handed the reins of the most magnificent creatures ready to ride.
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