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trepar a/bajar de un árbol

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
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estar en lo alto de {or} arriba de un árbol
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estar en un aprieto
(IDIOMS)
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estar chalado
(IDIOMS)
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trepar a un árbol
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patiné y di contra un árbol
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de un patinazo di contra un árbol
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ocultarse tras un árbol
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shin

  
a       n   espinilla    f        (Brit)  
[+of meat]  
jarrete    m  
b       vi  
to shin up/down a tree      trepar a/bajar de un árbol  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
See also:

shine, shiny, shindy, shiner

"to shin up|down a tree": examples and translations in context
You walk into a room, it makes me want to shin up a ladder Entras en una habitación, me provocas el deseo de trepar por una escalera
Let him who has cut down a tree immediately plant another in its place. Que aquel que corte un árbol inmediatamente plante otro en su lugar.
Ebbe needs to chop down a tree. Ebbe tiene que cortar un árbol.
An experienced woodcutter will cut down a tree that is easy to handle. Un experimentado leñador corta un árbol que es fácil de manipular.
He and grandpa were chopping down a tree. Estaba cortando un árbol con su abuelo.
Looked like a lumberjack chopping down a tree. Parecía un leñador talando un árbol.
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