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tail off

  

      vi     (in size, quality etc)    diminuir gradualmente
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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Portuguese
v.
mudar de direção ; desviar
v.
descolar ; descolagem
PT
v.
decolar ; decolagem
BR
v.
dar-se bem
n.
expulsão
[Sport]; [Football]
exp.
enlouquecido ; passado
[Slang] UK - Some chap was dancing with cars in the street – I think he was off his onion!
v.
dar o pontapé inicial
[Sport]; [Football]
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"tail off": examples and translations in context
You cried because a badger bit its tail off. E choraste, porque um castor lhe arrancou a cauda.
He could charm the tail off a brass monkey. Ele podia convencer um macaco de bronze a lhe dar a cauda.
I get to cut Wilfred's tail off. Posso cortar a cauda do Wilfred.
And he ran away after biting his tail off E ele fugiu depois de perder a sua cauda.
Look, I haven't worked my tail off for the last 12 hours - just to have it snatched away. Olha, não andei a dar à cauda nas últimas 12 horas para que me roubassem tudo agora.
Well, cut the tail off and throw it in the pot. Corta a cauda e mete-o na panela.
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