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armar

Traducción de armar en inglés:

verbo transitivo

  • 3 [colloquial]
    (alboroto)
    to make
    sigan jugando pero sin armar alboroto/jaleo
    carry on playing but don't kick up o make a racket [colloquial]
    armaron un escándalo porque no les quise devolver el dinero
    they caused a real scene o commotion o (American English) ruckus because I wouldn't give them their money back [colloquial]
    they kicked up a terrible fuss because I wouldn't give them their money back (British English) [colloquial]
    armarla [colloquial], no quiero hablar de eso, no tengo ganas de armarla otra vez
    I don't want to talk about that, I don't want to stir things up again o cause any more trouble [colloquial]
    ¡buena la has armado!
    you've really done it now! [colloquial]
    la que me armó porque llegué diez minutos tarde
    you should have seen the way he went on because I was 10 minutes late
    you should have seen the way he carried on because I was 10 minutes late [colloquial]

also: armarse verbo pronominal

  • 1 1.1 (proveerse de armas)
    to arm oneself
    1.2 (de un utensilio)armarse de algo
    to arm oneself with something
    lo mejor es armarse de paciencia y esperar
    the best thing is just to be patient and wait
    the best thing is just to arm yourself with patience and wait [literary]
    tuvo que armarse de valor y decírselo
    he had to pluck up courage and tell her
    he had to arm himself with courage and tell her [literary]
  • 2 2.1 [colloquial] (lío/jaleo) ¡qué lío/jaleo se armó! nadie se ponía de acuerdo
    there was a real commotion o it was pandemonium, nobody could agree on anything [colloquial]
    se armó una discusión terrible
    a terrible argument broke out
    there was a terrible argument
    2.2 [colloquial] (persona) (lío) me armé un lío con tanto número
    I got into a mess o (British English) muddle with all those numbers [colloquial]
    I got confused with all those numbers
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Allí quiero ver a la Doctora armando una buena plancha presidencial.
  • El joven se arma de valor, se le acerca y lo saluda.
  • Pasaba tratando de armar el rompecabezas, pero me faltaban elementos.

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