lastimarse translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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exp.
to feel sorry for
exp.
pity
exp.
to complain about
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lastimar

  
a       vt  
1    (=hacer daño)   to hurt  
me lastimó      he hurt me  
2    (=ofender)   to hurt
b    lastimarse             vpr  
1    (=herirse)   to hurt o.s.  
se lastimó el brazo      he hurt his arm  
2    lastimarse de      (=quejarse)   to complain about   (=apiadarse)   to feel sorry for, pity  
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"lastimarse": examples and translations in context
Es cristal, así descalza... podría lastimarse. This is glass, you are barefoot... you can get hurt.
Y asegúrense de no lastimarse mañana. And you make sure you don't get hurt tomorrow.
La urgencia de lastimarse a sí mismo o a los demás. The urge to hurt yourself or others.
Estos niños realmente pudieron lastimarse a sí mismos con estas cosas. These kids could really hurt themselves with this stuff.
Tienen armas, y nadie deberá lastimarse. There are guns, and no one must get hurt.
Esas cosas son peligrosas, pueden lastimarse. Those things are dangerous, you're bound to get hurt!
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