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things are getting tough
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the going's getting tough
(MODISMOS)
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I'm well capable of looking after him on my own
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one look at a photo was enough to recognize him
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one look at a photo was all it took for me to recognize him
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one look was enough to make me shut up
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one look was all it took to make me shut up
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basto         
a       adj  
1    [superficie, piel]   coarse
2    [persona, comportamiento]   rude, vulgar
b       sm  
1      (Naipes)   ace of clubs   bastos          clubs   (one of the suits in the Spanish card deck)     

MODISMOS pintan bastos

  
   things are getting tough, the going's getting tough  
    BARAJA ESPAÑOLA  
2    (=albarda)   packsaddle
3      (LAm)   bastos          soft leather pad   (used under the saddle)  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

basto, basto, bastes, bastón

"bastos": examples and translations in context
Parte con el dos de bastos. We start with the two of clubs.
Un dos de bastos ya ha salido. A two of clubs has already gone by.
Vi los palos: Espadas, bastos, copas y oros. I saw the suits - swords, wands, cups and pentacles.
Pieza grande de suela o cuero crudo que se coloca entre la jerga y los bastos. Big tanned leather piece placed between the coarse woolen cloth and the cantle.
Prenda que va sobre la encimera y los bastos del recado y ofrece mayor blandura al asiento del jinete. It goes over the worktop and the cantle and it provides softness to the horseman seat.
Tres de diamantes, nueve de bastos. Three of diamonds, nine of clubs.
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