sube translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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sube

  
      sm     (LAm)  
dar un sube a algn      to give sb a hard time  
  sube y baja   see-saw
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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exp.
lift your arms (up)
exp.
raise your arms
exp.
put the heating up as high as it'll go
exp.
to give sb a hard time
exp.
go up a little higher
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
"sube": examples and translations in context
Y no todo sube con ellos. And not everything goes up with them.
El telón sube en 20 minutos. Curtain goes up in 20 minutes.
Lauren, sube a tu cuarto, de inmediato. Lauren, upstairs to your room immediately.
- Henry, sube sus cosas. Henry, take his things upstairs.
Conejo, a la derecha y sube. Rabbit, brave right and climb.
Moisés, sube el monte tú solo. Moses, climb the mount alone.
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