Sánchez aprovechó el cansancio de su rival translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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Sánchez aprovechó el cansancio de su rival exp.
Sánchez capitalized on {o} took advantage of her opponent's tiredness

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
endlessly
(MODISMOS)
exp.
his rival gave him no respite
exp.
I'm beginning to feel tired
exp.
tiredness showed in their faces
exp.
they were already beginning to feel tired {o} weary
exp.
we've discussed it endlessly
exp.
she used {o} took advantage of the break to have a coffee
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"Sánchez aprovechó el": examples and translations in context
El cansancio de los que descansan. The weariness of those... to whom we bring rest burdens you.
Algunas veces es preferible rodear una montaña que sufrir el cansancio de escalar peñascos empinados. Sometimes it is preferable to circle a mountain than to suffer fatigue climbing the steep crags.
Porque el cansancio de un conductor no depende de que éste sea autónomo o asalariado. A driver's degree of tiredness does not depend on whether he is self-employed or on a salary.
El cansancio de nuestras vidas se reflejan en el caldo picante. And our exhausted lives are contained in the spicy broth.
Por otro lado... nuestros soldados acusan el cansancio de la lucha. "On the other hand..." ...our own soldiers are too tired from fighting.
No sentíamos el cansancio de toda una noche caminando. We didn't feel sleepy, although we had walked all night.
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