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costado

  
      sm  
1    [+de objeto]   side  
neumáticos de costado blanco      white-walled tyres  
2      (Anat)   side  
de costado      [tumbarse]   on one's side  
[moverse]   sideways  
español por los cuatro costados      Spanish through and through  
3      (Náut)   side,   (Mil)   flank
4      (Méx, Ferro)   platform
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
on one's side
exp.
sideways
exp.
it must have cost a bomb {o} fortune
exp.
white-walled tyres
adv.
free alongside ship
[BIZ]
adv.
free alongside ship
[BIZ]
exp.
it cost me an arm and a leg
exp.
he's found it hard to take in his failure
exp.
it didn't cost me anything to have it delivered
exp.
the delivery didn't cost me anything
exp.
this coat was very cheap
exp.
how much did the book cost (you)?
exp.
how much did you pay for the book?
nm.
stitch
nm.
crosswind
exp.
it must have cost her a pretty penny
exp.
I've got a pain in my side
exp.
I've got a stitch
exp.
he felt a sudden sharp pain in his side
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'costado' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
de costado
adv.
franco al costado del barco
[BIZ]
exp.
de costado a las olas
adv.
franco al costado del barco
[BIZ]
exp.
eso habrá costado un dineral
exp.
atracarse al costado de un buque
exp.
estar amarrado de costado a algo
exp.
tenía todo el costado izquierdo afectado
vi.
nadar de costado
exp.
dormir de costado
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"costado": examples and translations in context
Tu costado profesional tiene que entenderlo. The professional side of you has got to understand that.
Hoy debí estacionarme en un costado. I should have parked around the side today.
Esta ya nos ha costado demasiado. This one has cost us too much already.
Debe haber costado mucho dinero crear todo esto. It must have cost quite a bit of money to create all this.
Solo me ha costado mucho despertarme. I just had a hard time waking up.
Nos ha costado mucho encontrarte, capitán. We had a hard time finding you, Captain.
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