pierna translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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pierna

  
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1      (Anat)   leg  
en piernas      bare-legged  
estirar las piernas      to stretch one's legs  
mañana iremos hasta el pueblo para hacer piernas      we'll walk into the village tomorrow to get some exercise o for the exercise  
MODISMOS dormir a pierna suelta o tendida      to sleep like a log *     
MODISMOS salir por piernas      *   to take one's heels, leg it *     
2    (=muslo de animal)   leg  
pierna de cordero      leg of lamb  
3    [+de letra]   stroke  ,   (con pluma)    downstroke
4      (Cono Sur)   player
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
pierna de cordero exp.
leg of lamb

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
I've broken my leg
exp.
sleep tight
exp.
to sleep like a log
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to have one's leg in a (plaster) cast
exp.
raise your right leg
exp.
I've got a broken leg
exp.
have a leg in plaster
exp.
she has a limp in her left leg
exp.
she's limping on her left leg
exp.
she's lame in her left leg
exp.
to injure one's leg
exp.
I can't feel my leg
exp.
he broke his leg
exp.
his leg was put in a (plaster) cast {o} in plaster
exp.
to do one's back/leg in
exp.
you could {o} might have broken your leg
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'pierna' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
pierna de madera
n.
la pierna de carnero
exp.
dormir a pierna suelta
(IDIOMS)
exp.
una pierna hecha trizas
[Fig.]
exp.
una pierna de cordero
exp.
tener una pierna coja
exp.
romperse la pierna
exp.
me duele la pierna
exp.
le duele la pierna
exp.
se rompió la pierna

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