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

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

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
with one's tail between one's legs
(MODISMOS)
adv.
with the tail between the legs
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)
exp.
the dog was wagging its tail
adv.
among the best
adv.
among the largest
adv.
among the largest
exp.
get into troubles; not know what one is getting oneself into
exp.
he secured the legs of the wardrobe with glue
adv.
among the best in the world
exp.
she is among the ten best
exp.
amid applause from the audience
exp.
the woodworm started in the legs of the wardrobe
exp.
between the mountains and the sea
exp.
the sun appeared through the clouds
adv. adj.
among the largest in the world
exp.
there was a trunk in among(st) the cases
adv.
among the largest in the world
exp.
a blank (space) between the two words
exp.
a slight break in the clouds
exp.
leave more space between the lines
exp.
there are several gaps {o} breaks between classes
exp.
have you looked among(st) the photographs?
exp.
he'll be coming between ten and eleven
exp.
it slipped out of my hands
exp.
there's a generation gap
Collins

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  

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