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piernas

  
*      sm inv   twit *  , idiot
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en piernas exp.
bare-legged

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to stretch one's legs
exp.
to take one's heels
(MODISMOS)
exp.
leg it
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to stretch one's legs
exp.
squats
exp.
to cross one's legs
exp.
to wax one's legs
exp.
to have long legs
exp.
my legs gave way
exp.
my legs are tired
exp.
my legs are like jelly
exp.
paralysed in both legs
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'piernas' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
piernas torneadas
adj.
de piernas largas
exp.
de piernas largas
exp.
tener piernas largas
exp.
tiene las piernas largas
adj.
con las piernas desnudas
adj.
con las piernas arqueadas
adv.
con las piernas cruzadas
exp.
tener las piernas cortas
exp.
de tres piernas
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"piernas": examples and translations in context
Los próximos piernas pertenecía a... pollo. The next legs used to belong to... Chicken.
Mi hija necesita depilarse las piernas. My daughter needs to get her legs waxed.
Arma clásica amarrada a tus hermosas piernas. Classic gun strapped to that pretty leg of yours.
Así Birdy, movemos las piernas. Okay, Birdy, let's shake a leg.
Iba echada sobre mis piernas mientras volvíamos. She laid across my lap as we drove back to town.
Mantengan brazos y piernas dentro del caparazón. Please keep your arms and legs inside the shell at all times.
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