trágala translation | Spanish-English dictionary



a       smf   (=glotón)   glutton
b       sm  
MODISMOS cantar el trágala a algn      to laugh in sb's face  
MODISMOS es el país del trágala      it's the country where you accept something whether you like it or not  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
cantar el trágala a algn exp.
to laugh in sb's face

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it's the country where you accept something whether you like it or not
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"trágala": examples and translations in context
No llores y trágala toda que a papito lo excita más. stop crying and swallow everything that excites Dad
¿A qué viene este «trágala sin precedentes»? What is the purpose of this 'unprecedented snub'?
Y sería un trágala sin precedentes que, cuando en otras reformas se ha abierto un plazo de reflexión y de consulta, en ésta no ha sido así y no se sabe por qué. And it will be an unprecedented travesty, when there have been periods of reflection and consultation on other reforms, if that does not happen in this case and nobody knows why.
Trágala y flotarás en el cielo con los ángeles. You swallow it, you be floatin' up in heaven with the angels.
Trágalo o entrará por la puerta trasera. Swallow it, or it's going in the rear door.
Mójalo en salsa de soja Y trágalo bien rápido. Dip it in soy sauce and swallow it real quick.
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