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llamarón

  
      sm     (Andes, CAm, Cono Sur)       llamarada  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

llamar, llamón, llama, lamparón

lo llamaron de todo exp.
they called him every name under the sun

Entry related to:todo

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he was called {o} summoned to the palace
exp.
they called a short while after {o} shortly after you left
exp.
they told me off for arriving late
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'llamarón' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
llamaron a la puerta
exp.
miles de oyentes/espectadores llamaron escandalizados
exp.
la llamaron como a su abuela
exp.
me llamaron para que lo viese
exp.
llamaron al timbre de la puerta
exp.
me llamaron para que les aconsejara
exp.
esta mañana le llamaron desde Londres
exp.
llamaron (suavemente) a la puerta
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"llamarón": examples and translations in context
De inmediato llamarón a la policía, que llegó poco después. They immediately telephoned the police, who arrived soon afterwards.
Llamarón a su busca desde el despacho de Barrows esta mañana. He was paged from Barrows' office this morning.
(1) ... Las Baleares belicosas por la honda, llamáronla los griegos Gymnasiai . (1) ... The Baleares, so formidable in war with their slingers, have received from the Greeks the name of Gymnasiæ.
Me lamaron hoy... me escogieron. They called me today... and they've chosen me.
Los generales de Chechenia llagaron a invadir Daguestán en un determinado momento, acción que no ha despertado realmente ninguna simpatía. At one stage, Chechen generals even invaded Dagestan, an action which merited absolutely no sympathy whatsoever.
No, estaba bebiendo anoche cuando llamaron por una encuesta telefónica, y les dije que llamarán hoy. para respuestas más acertadas. No, I was tipsy last night when a telephone survey called, so I told them to call back tonight for more accurate answers.
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