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a       vt  
1      (LAm)   (=desvestir)   to undress, strip to the skin
2      (LAm, Mec)   to strip down, dismantle, take to pieces
b    empelotarse      vpr  
1    **   (=emporrarse)   to get stoned *  
2    *     (LAm)   to strip naked, strip off
3      (Caribe, Méx)  
*   (=enamorarse)   to fall head over heels in love
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
empelotar vt.

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"empelotar": examples and translations in context
A Simon lo convencieron de empelotarse. Simon was tricked into getting naked.
Y así, por segunda vez en el día, a Simon lo convencieron de empelotarse. And so, for only the second time today, Simon was tricked into getting naked.
¿O es la grieta lo que tiene valor? - ¡Lo ignoro, granuja empelotado! Or is the crack the valuable part? -I don't know, you naked crook!
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