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flay

  
   vt  
1    (=skin)   desollar  
he'll flay me alive if I'm late      *   si llego tarde, me despelleja vivo  
2    (=criticize)  
  [+person]  
despellejar  
  [+book, film]  
hacer trizas
3    (=defeat)   dar una paliza a *  
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flaky, fly, flabby, flashy

'flay' found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
to flay sb
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"flay": examples and translations in context
I ought to flay the skin from your bones. Debería desollar la piel de vuestros huesos.
I said scratch, not flay me. Te dije rascar, no desollar.
The flagra can flay a man alive. El flagelo puede despellejar a un hombre vivo.
Don't worry, she won't flay you for free. No se preocupe, no le va a despellejar gratis.
Micah compared the greed of those who exploited the poor to those who "eat the flesh of my people, flay the skin off them, break their bones in pieces" (3:3). Miqueas comparaba la codicia de los que explotaban a los pobres con aquellos que "comen la carne de mi pueblo, le arrancan la piel y quiebran sus huesos" (3,3).
And even if they tell you to flay the horse, don't do it. Y aunque te mande desollar el caballo, no lo desuelles.
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