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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  
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"lastimarse": examples and translations in context
Y asegúrense de no lastimarse mañana. And you make sure you don't get hurt tomorrow.
Sé que nunca me lo perdonaría si estos niños era de lastimarse. I know you'd never forgive me if these kids was to get hurt.
Hay otras formas de lastimarse el cuello además de inclinarse sobre alguien. There are other ways to hurt your neck, larry, besides having to go down on someone.
Nunca pensé que era posible lastimarse a uno mismo con un trapo mojado. Never thought it was possible to hurt yourself with a wet wipe.
Lo encontré aquí... dos horas después que su turno había terminado, y estaba hablando con una chica de 14 años que estaba deprimida y pensaba en lastimarse. I found him here... two hours after his shift had ended, and he was on the phone with some 14-year-old girl who was depressed and thinking about hurting herself.
Esas cosas son peligrosas, pueden lastimarse. Those things are dangerous, you're bound to get hurt!
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