con el rabo entre las patas translation | Spanish-English dictionary

con el rabo entre las patas adv.
with the tail between the legs

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
adv.
with the tail between the legs
exp.
with one's tail between one's legs
(MODISMOS)
exp.
the forelegs
exp.
the back legs
exp.
to make a pig's ear of sth
[Latam] Colombia, Méx;(MODISMOS)
exp.
the hardest part is still to come
(MODISMOS)
exp.
truth will out
(MODISMOS)
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rabo

  
      sm  
1      (Zool)   tail  
MODISMOS con el rabo entre las piernas      with one's tail between one's legs  
MODISMOS queda el rabo por desollar      the hardest part is still to come  
  rabo cortado   docked tail  
  rabo de buey   oxtail  
    cabo       2  
2    ***   (=pene)   cock ***  , dick ***     
  rabo verde     (CAm)   dirty old man *  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"con el rabo entre las patas": examples and translations in context
Regresen nadando con el rabo entre las patas. Swim back with your tail between your legs.
Corre de regreso con tu papi con el rabo entre las patas. Running home to Daddy with your tail between your legs.
Vaya, se fue con el rabo entre las patas. Well, he certainly left with his tail between his legs.
Volvió con el rabo entre las patas, pero ya es muy tarde. Now he's back with his tail between his legs. It's too late.
Sí, pero tan personal que saliste del edificio con el rabo entre las patas. Yeah, about as personal as you took running out of that building with your tail tucked between your legs.
Estábamos por terminar la broma, pero te fuiste con el rabo entre las patas. We were about to let you in on it, but you went off with your panties in a wad.
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