estirarse translation | Spanish-English dictionary

estirarse la piel exp.
to have a facelift

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'estirarse' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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
Tu traje puede estirarse tanto como puedas sin lastimarte... Your suit can stretch as far as you can, without injuring yourself, and still retain its shape.
Esta es una excelente forma de estirarse. This is a great way to stretch.
Empecé un archivo suyo, por si acaso tuviera alguna habilidad de estirarse... I started a file on him just in case he had some sort of stretching abilities.
Pero eso ayuda a e estirarse un poco antes. But it helps to get a little stretching in before.
La cinta elástica puede estirarse en todas las direcciones, pero no creo que el Presidente en ejercicio haya abordado la cuestión fundamental de si la estrategia estadounidense insta a otros países a participar en acuerdos bilaterales que les comprometen a no entregar a ciudadanos estadounidenses. It can be stretched in all directions, and I do not think that the President-in-Office is tackling the fundamental issue of whether we have an American strategy that urges other countries to enter into bilateral agreements whereby such countries undertake not to hand over American citizens.
Las probetas, que deberán estirarse hasta un alargamiento del 20 %, se expondrán a aire a 40 ºC con una concentración de ozono de 50 partes por 100 millones durante 120 horas. The test-pieces, which have to be stretched to an elongation of 20 per cent shall have to be exposed to air of 40 ºC with an ozone-concentration of 50 parts per hundred million during 120 hours.
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