espichar translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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espichar         

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a       vt  
1    MODISMOS espicharla(s)      **   to kick the bucket *   , peg out **  
2    (=pinchar)   to prick
3      (Cono Sur)   (=entregar)   to hand over reluctantly, relinquish
4      (Andes, Cono Sur, Téc)   to put a tap on
b       vi       A1  
c    espicharse      vpr  
1      (LAm)   (=enflaquecerse)   to get thin
2      (Andes)  
[neumático]  
to go flat
3      (CAm)   (=asustarse)   to get scared, get frightened
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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espichar          [2]  
*      vi     (LAm)   (=pronunciar un discurso)   to make a speech, speechify *  

Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  

espichar vi.
die

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"espichar": examples and translations in context
Si sigues derecho, la muerte te hará espichar. Straight on, of death thou shalt expire.
Lo siento, Jillian, ese estuvo un poco más difícil de espichar. Sorry, Jillian, that one was a little tougher to pinch off.
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