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estirarse la piel exp.
to have a facelift

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estirarse al máximo
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a       vt  
1    (=alargar)  
  [+goma, elástico]  
to stretch  
to stretch out  
to crane  
si lo estiras más se romperá      if you stretch it any more it'll break  
salir a estirar las piernas      to go out and stretch one's legs  
2    (=aplanar)  
  [+sábana, mantel]  
to smooth out  
to tighten, make taut
3      (en el tiempo)   
to spin out  
no sé cómo consigue estirar el dinero hasta fin de mes      I don't know how he manages to make his money stretch to the end of the month  
4      (LAm)  
*   (=matar)   to bump off *  , do away with *     
MODISMOS estirar la pata      to kick the bucket *     
5      (Andes)   (=azotar)   to flog, whip
6      (Cono Sur, Méx)   (=tirar)   to pull, tug at
b    estirarse             vpr  
1    (=alargarse)   to stretch
2      (Dep)  
el equipo se estiró      the team moved upfield  
el jugador se estiró por la banda      the player ran up the touchline  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"estirarse": examples and translations in context
De hecho, esta fibra flageliforme puede estirarse el doble de su longitud original. In fact, this flagelliform fiber can actually stretch over twice its original length.
Y esta gomita podía no sólo estirarse y contraerse, sino contornearse. And this rubber band could not only stretch and contract, but wiggle.
Pero déjalo estirarse un poco en la pista. But maybe you let him stretch out a little in the lane.
Realmente no puede estirarse en el envase de mantequilla. He can't really stretch out in the Country Crock tub.
Está el viaje en el tiempo estirarse e incluso trepar paredes There's time travel Stretching and even wall crawling
La carga óptima procurará garantizar el bienestar de los animales, dándoles espacio suficiente para mantenerse erguidos de forma natural, tumbarse fácilmente, girar, asearse, estar en cualquier posición normal y hacer movimientos naturales como estirarse y agitar las alas. The optimum density will seek to ensure the animals' welfare by providing them with sufficient space to stand naturally, lie down easily, turn round, groom themselves, assume all natural postures and make all natural movements such as stretching and wing flapping.
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