tanta comida picante hace daño al estómago translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

tanta comida picante hace daño al estómago exp.
all that spicy food is bad for the stomach

Entry related to:daño

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exp.
it's criminal {o} a crime to waste so much food
exp.
I've never seen anyone put away so much food
exp.
garlic disagrees with me
exp.
garlic doesn't agree with me
exp.
spicy food leaves you feeling full
exp.
I fell and hurt myself
exp.
once in a while can't hurt
exp.
the cyclist was hurt {o} injured when he fell off
exp.
let go, you're hurting me!
exp.
my stomach is rumbling
exp.
among so much trash
nm.
1) damage (m), 2) damage (pl.m.)
[BIZ]
exp.
I was so lucky!
exp.
I get tired of {o} fed up with {o} sick of watching so much television
exp.
all that responsibility weighs heavily on him
exp.
I don't like spicy things
exp.
this sauce is very hot {o} spicy
pref.
stomachache
nm.
stomachache
exp.
to be thick-skinned
exp.
to have an elastic conscience
exp.
to have a strong stomach
exp.
to turn one's stomach
exp.
to the detriment of
[Formal]
exp.
to my cost
[Formal]
exp.
to hurt o.s.
exp.
I get fed up with all this techno music
exp.
he confuses me {o} gets me confused with all that talk of his
exp.
I find all that talk of his confusing
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tanta  

      sf     (Andes)   maize bread
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

tantán, tata, tantear, tantarán


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