clavado translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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clavado

  
a       adj  
1    (=fijo)     (con clavos, puntas)    nailed
2    (=decorado)  
[mueble]  
studded with nails
3    [ropa]   just right
4    dejar a algn clavado      to leave sb speechless  
quedó clavado      he was speechless o dumbfounded  
5    a las cinco clavadas      at five sharp o on the dot  
6    (=idéntico)  
es Pedro clavado      he's the spitting image of Pedro  
es o   (LAm)   está clavado a su padre      he's the spitting image of his father  
7    ¡clavado!      exactly!, precisely!  
b       sm   (=salto)   dive  
dar un clavado      to dive, take a dive  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

clava, clavada, clavo, claveteado

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
precisely!
exp.
exactly!
exp.
he was speechless {o} dumbfounded
v.
to be spitting image of someone
[Latam]
exp.
he has nailed some panels onto the door
exp.
take a dive
exp.
to dive
exp.
he's the spitting image of Pedro
exp.
to leave sb speechless
exp.
"I paid forty euros" -- "you were ripped off"
exp.
"how did the exam go?" -- "it was spot on"
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'clavado' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
quedarse clavado
exp.
estar clavado a algn
exp.
es clavado a su padre
exp.
quedar clavado en el barro
exp.
lo tengo clavado en la memoria
exp.
me he clavado la aguja en el dedo
exp.
se me había clavado una espina en la garganta
exp.
estar bien clavado
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"clavado": examples and translations in context
Dios no necesita mi nombre clavado en la iglesia. God does not need my name nailed to the church.
Se han clavado mis cajones cerrados. They have nailed my desk drawers shut.
Podía habérseme clavado en la garganta. A fine thing, it might have stuck in my throat.
Si te hubieras clavado una bayoneta en las tripas... If only you'd stuck a bayonet in your guts...
Te veré en la cocina con un cuchillo clavado. Okay? I'll see you in the kitchen with a knife.
Te veré en la cocina con un cuchillo clavado. I'll see you in the kitchen with a knife.
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