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respingar

  
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1    [vestido]   to ride up
2    [caballo]   to shy, balk
3    (=mostrarse reticente)   to show o.s. unwilling, dig one's heels in
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"respingar": examples and translations in context
La gente puede respingar, llorar, rogar, pero hace lo que yo quiero. People can wince, cry, beg, but eventually they do what I want.
El síndrome de Tourette es un trastorno de tic mucho menos común y más grave en el que los pacientes hacen ruidos (emitir sonidos o palabras parecidos a ladridos) y movimientos (como respingar o parpadear repetitivamente) casi todos los días durante años. Tourette Syndrome is a much rarer, but more severe tic disorder, where patients may make noises (e.g., barking a word or sound) and movements (e.g., repetitive flinching or eye blinking) on an almost daily basis for years.
¡Escabullirse, husmear, respingar! Scurry, sniff, flinch! Scurry, sniff, flinch!
¡Escabullirse, husmear, respingar! Scurry, sniff, flinch!
Eres regordete y tienes una nariz respingada. You're chubby and you have a snub nose.
Son primate mono de nariz respingada de oro que habita Tibet. It is primate, Golden snub-nosed monkey inhabiting Tibet.
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