moja un poco el trapo translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

moja un poco el trapo exp.
dampen the cloth

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exp.
he went out to get {o} for some fresh air
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can you wind the window up a bit?
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turn down/up the television a little
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to burst into tears
(MODISMOS)
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to burst out laughing
(MODISMOS)
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a little
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a bit
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wait a minute {o} moment
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move over {o} up a bit
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a bit later
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a little money
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I knew him a bit {o} slightly
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it tastes rather bitter
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I am rather {o} a little sad
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let's get {o} go {o} move a bit further away
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to be a bit behind
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I need to rest for a while
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to feel rather out of place
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let's have some quiet here!
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I've been feeling a bit rop(e)y {o} dodgy
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go up a little higher
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bring your chair a bit closer
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move your chair forward a bit
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she ate a bit of cake
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move up a bit
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sit a bit further away
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can you move out of the way a bit?
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I (can) understand a little French
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he needs a bit of fun
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with a bit of studying you should pass
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moja  

**      sf   (=puñalada)   stab, thrust  
(=herida)  
stab wound
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

mojar, monja, mojada, mojado


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