se cagó en los pantalones translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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exp.
he messed his pants
exp.
he shat himself
exp.
he was so frightened, he shat himself
exp.
to swallow one's pride
[ES];[Fig.]
exp.
to take {o} pull one's trousers down
[Lit.]
exp.
he came out holding his trousers up
exp.
she sewed the trousers by hand
exp.
she hand-sewed the trousers
exp.
to have guts
[Latam] Caribe;(MODISMOS)
See also:

cagón, cargo, cagado, cangro

"se cagó en los pantalones": examples and translations in context
¿Sabes? Mi hijo, se cagó en los pantalones ayer. Hey, you know, my son, he crapped his pants yesterday.
Tim bebió demasiado y se cagó en los pantalones. - ¡Perfecto! - No, I do agree With O'Flaherty the elder.
Esa imagen se parece a la ropa interior de Kingi cuando se cagóa en los pantalones el día del deporte, ¿recuerdas? That picture looks like Kingi's undies when he shat his pants on sports day, remember?
Su pájaro se cagó en mi camión. That bird crapped in my truck.
Parece que alguien se cagó en el. Looks like someone took a dump in it.
Se cagó en la Unidad cada vez que pudo. He screwed the HPCU whenever he could.
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