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sube

  
      sm     (LAm)  
dar un sube a algn      to give sb a hard time  
  sube y baja   see-saw
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exp.
lift your arms (up)
exp.
raise your arms
exp.
to give sb a hard time
exp.
go up a little higher
exp.
put the heating up as high as it'll go
exp.
turn the radio up, I can't hear it
exp.
wine goes to my head
exp.
come up, I've got some records to show you
exp.
on the right as you go up the street
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'sube' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
¡sube!
exp.
¡sube aquí!
exp.
¡sube!, ¡vamos!
n.
sube y baja ; balancín
exp.
la marea sube hasta aquí
exp.
la carretera sube muy empinada
exp.
cuando sube la marea rápidamente
exp.
siento que me sube la adrenalina
[Fig.]
exp.
la carretera sube durante dos millas
exp.
el vino se me sube a la cabeza
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"sube": examples and translations in context
Deprisa, sube, estamos atrasados. Hurry up and get in, we're late.
Bien, adelante, sube, sube. Okay, go ahead, get in, get in.
Su ceja izquierda sube cuando mientes. Your left eyebrow goes up when you lie.
Su ritmo cardíaco sube bruscamente en una milla. His heart rate goes up roughly a mile in. Speed drops.
¿Quieres un asesino - se sube a Darnley Hall. You want a murderer - you go up to Darnley Hall.
El telón sube para la nueva generación... The curtain goes up on the next generation.
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