Sinónimos de screw en inglés:



  • 2 the handle needs a couple of screws to tighten it
    turn, twist, wrench, lever, heave


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  • 1 he screwed the lid back on the jar
    tighten, turn, twist, wind, work


put the screws on

informal pressurizeput pressure onuse pressure onpressurepressbring force to bear onforcedriveimpelcoerceurgepushnaglean onprevail ondragoonsteamrollerbrowbeatuse strong-arm tactics onhave someone do somethinghold/put a gun/pistol to someone's head informalput the heat onput the squeeze ontwist someone's armrailroadbulldoze

with a screw loose

it really needs to be a person with a screw loose to commit violence unstableunbalancedof unsound mindmentally illderangeddementedcrazedtroubleddisturbedunhingedinsanemadmad as a hattermad as a March hareraving madout of one's mindnot in one's right mindneuroticpsychoticLatinnon compos mentis informalcrazyloopyloonymixed upnutsnuttynutty as a fruitcakebananascrackedcrackpotdaftdippyscrewybattydottycuckoobonkerspottymentalscrewed upnot all thereoff one's headout of one's headout to luncha bit lackinground the bendround the twistaway with the fairiesBritish informalbarmycrackersbarkingbarking madoff one's trolleyoff one's rockerdaft as a brushnot the full shillingNorth American informalnutsynutsosquirrellywackobuggy datedtouched


screw something up

  • 1 Christina screwed up her face in disgust
    wrinkle (up), pucker, crumple, crease, furrow, contort, distort, twist, purse

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