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number one US English

Oneself

number two, etc. in number one US English

The shortest (or next shortest, etc.) men’s haircut produced with electric hair clippers

have someone's number in number US English

Understand a person’s real motives or character and thereby gain some advantage

someone's number is up in number US English

The time has come when someone is doomed to die or suffer some other disaster or setback

have someone's number on it in number US English

(Of a bomb, bullet, or other missile) destined to find a specified person as its target

have someone's number US English

Understand a person’s real motives or character and thereby gain some advantage

number US English

A group or company of people

someone's number is up US English

The time has come when someone is doomed to die or suffer some other disaster or setback

have someone's number on it US English

(Of a bomb, bullet, or other missile) destined to find a specified person as its target

public enemy number one in public English-Spanish

enemigo masculine público número uno

to be public enemy number one in number English-Spanish

ser* el enemigo público número uno

to do a number one/number two in number English-Spanish

hacer* pis/caca, hacer* del uno/del dos

he's hardly your number one fan in number English-Spanish

no eres precisamente santo de su devoción

to look out for o after number one in number English-Spanish

pensar* ante todo en el propio interés

their record shot straight to number one in shoot English-Spanish

su disco subió directamente al número uno

you can count on the fingers of one hand the number of times … in finger English-Spanish

se pueden contar con los dedos de una mano las veces …


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