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exp.
to tie sb's hands
exp.
to handcuff sb
exp.
to bath sb
exp.
dispose of sb
[Euph.]
exp.
to speak ill of sb
exp.
to put pressure on sb
exp.
to hasten to sb
exp.
grease sb's palm
[Latam] Caribe, Cono Sur
exp.
to pick sb's pocket
[Latam] CAm, Méx
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maniatar

  
      vt  
1    maniatar a algn        (con cuerdas)    to tie sb's hands,   (con esposas)    to handcuff sb  
2      [+animal]   to hobble
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"maniatar a algn": examples and translations in context
La bolsa contenía la red usada para maniatar a Trish Winterman. The bag contained twine used to tie up Trish Winterman.
Pero debemos procurar no maniatar a nuestros servicios de inteligencia... en el desempeño de su misión. But we must take care not handcuff our intelligence services... in carrying out its mission.
Inclusive no es posible encontrar a algn miembro de la familia real de Mnaco en los casinos de Monte Carlo. You wont even find members from Monacos royal family in the Monte Carlo casinos.
Como Philipp Lahm, pero al revés En el partido contra Estados Unidos, la zaga alemana supo maniatar a Clint Dempsey, Jermaine Jones y compañía y no concedió ningún disparo a puerta hasta el tiempo de descuento. 'Not our best game' Germany did not allow USA a single shot on target until deep into stoppage time after keeping the likes of Clint Dempsey and Jermaine Jones at arm's length throughout.
Si bien la Comisión debe tener cuidado de no redactar artículos que contengan normas contrarias a las convenciones vigentes de derechos humanos o al derecho consuetudinario, también debe abstenerse de maniatar a los Estados tratando de reglamentar asuntos estrictamente internos. While the Commission should be careful not to draft articles that contained rules contrary to existing human rights conventions or customary law, it must also refrain from tying the hands of States by attempting to regulate strictly domestic subject matters.
En revancha, la burocracia, ayudada por la pequeña burguesía, logró maniatar a la vanguardia proletaria y aplastar la oposición bolchevique. But then, with the help of the petty bourgeoisie the bureaucracy succeeded in binding the proletarian vanguard hand and foot, and suppressing the Bolshevik Opposition.
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