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to bark one's shins exp.
desollarse las espinillas

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
a solas
en su puesto
al alcance de la mano
alegrar el día (a uno)
Make my day and clean the house
tomar la mano
odiar mucho a alguien
en la línea de tiro
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a       n  
[+of tree]  
corteza    f  
b       vt  
raer, raspar  
to bark one's shins      desollarse las espinillas  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
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)     
IDIOMS to be barking up the wrong tree      ir muy descaminado  
2    (=speak sharply)   vociferar     ( at      a)  
c       vt        bark out   
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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