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flog

  
   vt  
1    (=whip)   azotar  
(=beat)  
dar una paliza a  
IDIOMS to flog a dead horse      *   predicar en el desierto, machacar en hierro frío  
2      (Brit)  
*   (=sell)   vender
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
See also:

Flo, fog, flogger, flogging

flog oneself to death v.
trabajar demasiado ; trabajar como un esclavo

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machacar en hierro frío
[US] (IDIOMS)
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predicar en el desierto
(IDIOMS)
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flog
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to flog a dead horse
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"flog": examples and translations in context
One should flog people like that. Deberían azotar a ese tipo de gente.
21 Nov 11 Google using Chrome browser to flog Chromebooks 21 Noviembre 11 Google utilizando el navegador Chrome para azotar a Chromebooks
I can flog it on eBay. "Lo puedo vender por eBay".
Anybody could put on the outfit, walk into a dealer's showroom and say they want to flog the convent silver. Cualquiera podría haberse puesto el disfraz, ir al negocio del comerciante, y decir que quería vender la plata del convento.
If it's tails, I'm going to flog you to death. Si sale cruz, voy a flagelarte hasta morir.
It's wrong to flog a man. Está mal azotar a un hombre.
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