lastimarse translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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to feel sorry for
to complain about
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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  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"lastimarse": examples and translations in context
Y asegúrense de no lastimarse mañana. And you make sure you don't get hurt tomorrow.
Es cristal, así descalza... podría lastimarse. This is glass, you are barefoot... you can get hurt.
Estos niños podrían lastimarse con estas cosas. These kids could really hurt themselves with this stuff.
Los pacientes siempre encuentran la manera de lastimarse a si mismos. Patients always find a way to hurt themselves, if that's what they want.
A los hombres les da miedo lastimarse. Man always afraid of getting hurt.
No tiene sentido lastimarse más, ¿verdad? But no sense in getting hurt worse, right?
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