aro translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

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aro         

[1]  

   sm   [+de tonel]   ring, hoop  
[+de rueda]  
rim  
(=servilletero)  
napkin ring     (Andes, Cono Sur)   (=arete)   earring   aros   (=juego)   quoits  
MODISMOS hacer un aro        (Cono Sur)   to have a break  
MODISMOS pasar por el aro      to fall into line  
  aro de émbolo   piston ring  
  aro de rueda   wheel rim
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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aro          [2]      sm     (Bot)   lords-and-ladies

Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  

hacer un aro exp.
to have a break
[Latam]Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to fall into line
(MODISMOS)
exp.
she stuck {o} put the stick through the ring
exp.
to celebrate the engagement ceremony
exp.
to exchange rings with sb
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'aro' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
el aro
n.
el aro para la nariz
exp.
aros de cebolla rebozados
exp.
jugar a los aros
exp.
crujientes aros de cebolla fritos
exp.
hacer anillos {or} aros de humo
exp.
coloque los aros de las cortinas a la misma distancia unos de otros
"aro": examples and translations in context
Papá me va a dar un aro. Papa is giving me a hoop.
Jueguen en la vida sin aro. Go play life with no hoop.
Pequeno aro de oro en su lóbulo izquierdo. Small gold ring in his left earlobe.
Vamos, toqué un aro de cebolla. Come on, I touched one onion ring.
Es algo entre tú y el aro. It's between you and the rim.
El aro para empujar estaba doblado. You just had a bent push rim.
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