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to bark one's shins exp.
desollarse las espinillas

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
a solas
exp.
en su puesto
exp.
al alcance de la mano
v.
alegrar el día (a uno)
Make my day and clean the house
v.
tomar la mano
v.
odiar mucho a alguien
exp.
en la línea de tiro
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bark         

[

1]  
a       n  
[+of tree]  
corteza    f  
b       vt  
  [+tree]  
descortezar  
  [+skin]  
raer, raspar  
to bark one's shins      desollarse las espinillas  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
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bark          [2]  
a       n   [+of dog]   ladrido    m     
IDIOMS his bark is worse than his bite      perro ladrador, poco mordedor  
b       vi  
1    [dog]   ladrar     ( at      a)     
[fox]  
aullir  
IDIOMS to be barking up the wrong tree      ir muy descaminado  
2    (=speak sharply)   vociferar     ( at      a)  
c       vt        bark out   
  [+order]  
escupir, gritar

Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  

"to bark one's shins": examples and translations in context
Suddenly the dogs began to bark. De pronto, los perros comenzaron a ladrar.
If that rat on a leash barks one more time - ¡Si esa rata con correa vuelve a ladrar...!
I swear, if he barks one more order - Juro que si él me ladra otra orden -
Our little York terrier, Do Do, began to bark. Nuestro poco terrier de York, hace, comenzó a raspar.
Altered voice production (inability to bark) Producción de la voz alterada (incapacidad de ladrar)
She likes to bark and bite the stones of the yard. Sus juegos favoritos son: pega-pega, ladrar y morder las piedras del patio.
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