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las esposas n.
1) wives (pl.f.), 2) handcuffs (pl.f.)

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
nfpl.
1) wives (pl.f.), 2) handcuffs (pl.f.)
exp.
to handcuff sb
exp.
put sb in handcuffs
exp.
the prisoner freed himself from {o} got free of the handcuffs
exp.
he took her as {o} for his wife
n.
ex-wife
exp.
he spoke to his wife on the phone
exp.
do you take María to be your lawful wedded wife?
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esposas

  
      sfpl   handcuffs  
poner las esposas a algn      to handcuff sb, put sb in handcuffs  
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"las esposas": examples and translations in context
El calendario lo marcan las esposas. Wives in this town make the social calendar.
Sé un modelo para todas las esposas de los soldados imperiales. Be a role model for all wives of the Imperial soldiers.
Deben usar las esposas mientras son transferidos. They must wear handcuffs while you are transferring them.
Mebrathon enciende un cigarrillo, Se ven aún las marcas de las esposas en sus muñecas. Mebrathon lights a cigarette, his wrists still showing the marks of handcuffs.
E inmediatamente te pondrán las esposas. And they'll slap the cuffs on you immediately.
Deberían detenerla, ponerle las esposas. You should bring her in, put the cuffs on.
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