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1      (mostrando sorpresa, gen)    wow!  
(=qué exageración)  
come off it! *  
2    (=vamos)   come on!, let's go!
3    (=deprisa)   get on with it! *  , hurry up!
4    no quiero, ¡hala!      I don't want to, so there!  
5      (Náut)   heave!
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

halar, halda, habla, halaco

no quiero, ¡hala! exp.
I don't want to, so there!

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'hala' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
¡hala, vete!
¡hala! ¡mira {or} fíjate qué coche!
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"hala": examples and translations in context
Este era un sitio ideal para charlar hasta que de repente empezó a llenarse de imbéciles de todas partes no sabían que decirse, pusieron la música a tope y ¡hala! This was an ideal place to chat until suddenly it started to fill morons everywhere they hadn't anything to speak about, They put loud music and hala!
El desfile lo dirigirá Hala Pzoniak. The procession will be led by Hala Pszoniak.
no "hala" laurie. no es el momento de "hala" No "holla," laurie. this is not a "holla" moment.
Una vez en su lugar, la sonda se hala lentamente de nuevo hacia el esófago. Once in place, the tube is pulled slowly back into your esophagus.
Hala, basta una frase para hacer sentir mejor a un hombre. Hala, just one sentence to make a man feel better.
Esta niña se parece a mi hija, Hala. This girl looks like my own daughter, Hala.
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