cayó como un valiente translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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cayó como un valiente exp.
he died a hero

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
the news was a bombshell
exp.
the news was a blow
exp.
dinner did not agree with me at all
exp.
like new
(MODISMOS)
exp.
as bright as a new pin
(MODISMOS)
exp.
as a whole
exp.
like a shot
(MODISMOS)
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cayo, cayado, cayuco, camayo

"cayó como un valiente": examples and translations in context
Valiente Cayo, qué momento has elegido para ponerte un pañuelo. What a time have you chose out, brave Caius, to wear a kerchief.
Un hombre noble y valiente cayó de su montura A man noble and brave fell from his steed
Un hombre noble y valiente cayó de su montura, pisoteado por los animales que no le hicieron caso. A man noble and brave fell from his steed Trampled by beasts that gave no heed
Por casualidad, un valiente soldado... con un brillante historial jurídico... nos cayó del cielo en estos momentos difíciles. By fortuitous circumstance, a courageous soldier... with a brilliant legal background... was dropped into our laps at this most difficult time.
Quiero luchar como un valiente gladiador. I want to fight like a brave warrior.
Eres un valiente arremetiendo contra ese viejo. It takes a big shot to get tough with an old guy like that.
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