musaraña translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1      (Zool)   shrew
2    (=mota)   speck floating in the eye  
MODISMOS mirar a las musarañas      to stare vacantly o into space  
MODISMOS pensar en las musarañas      to daydream  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

maraña, musa, marrana, mus

mirar a las musarañas exp.
to stare vacantly {o} into space

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to daydream
'musaraña' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
disculpa, estaba en las nubes {or} pensando en las musarañas
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"musaraña": examples and translations in context
Este animal atractivo es Tupaia Montana - la musaraña de árbol de montaña. This engaging animal is Tupaia montana - the mountain tree shrew.
Que me divorcié de esa miserable musaraña de una mujer I divorced that miserable shrew of a woman
Una ballena es alrededor de 100 millones veces más pesada que una musaraña. A whale is about 100 million times as heavy as a shrew.
Un ratón aguantaría una musaraña y un ratón de campo. A mouse will hold a shrew and a vole.
Que esa musaraña con la que se casará lo sofoque con su hiel. May that shrew you are to marry suffocate you with her bile.
Se lo solía llamar musaraña elefante, pero ahora se lo conoce por su nombre africano de sengi. It used to be called an elephant shrew, but now it's called by its African name of sengi.
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