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arrimado

, a  
a       adj  
1    [imitación]   close
2      (Colombia, Méx, Venezuela)  
*  
(=aprovechado)  

viven arrimados con los suegros      they scrounge off their in-laws  
3      (Méx)  
*  
(=juntos)  

--¿son marido y mujer? --no, están arrimados nomás      "are they married?" -- "no, they're just living together"  
b       sm/f  
1      (Colombia, Méx, Venezuela)  
*   (=aprovechado)   scrounger *  
2      (Caribe)   (=intruso)   unwelcome guest
3      (Andes)   (=amante)   lover
4      (Cono Sur)  
*   (=mantenido)   kept man/woman pey  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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exp.
to live off sb
exp.
to live with sb
exp.
to shack up
exp.
the plan was shelved
exp.
they were dancing cheek-to-cheek
exp.
they were dancing very close
exp.
they scrounge off their in-laws
exp.
"are they married?" -- "no, they're just living together"
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'arrimado' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
ir arrimado a la pared
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"arrimado": examples and translations in context
No, tú eres el arrimado, Paul, y sé exactamente a quién estás tratando de arrimarte. No, you're the hop-on, Paul, and I know exactly who you're trying to hop on to.
Bueno, puede que hayas puesto la mayor parte del dinero en Fakeblock, pero yo puse los primeros tres dólares, así que eso te hace un arrimado. Well, you may have put in the most money to Fakeblock, but I put in the first three dollars, so that makes you a hop-on.
He terminado de ser un arrimado. I am done being a doormat.
Yo solamente he arrimado el ascua a mi sardina. So I merely diverted the fish into me own hands.
Y ahora mismo es el arrimado de nuestra casa. And he's a freeloader in our house right now.
No tienes por qué vivir arrimado, hijo. You don't have to live mooching off him, son.
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