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pry1 US English

Inquire too closely into a person’s private affairs

pry2 US English

Use force in order to move or open (something) or to separate (something) from something else

pry bar US English

A small, flattish iron bar used in the same way as a crowbar

Paul Pry US English

An inquisitive person

pry something out of/from in pry2 US English

Obtain something from (someone) with effort or difficulty

pry1 US Thesaurus

I'm not one to pry, but the goings-on at that house are very suspicious

pry2 US Thesaurus

I pried the lid off

pry English-Spanish

curiosear, husmear

to pry into sth English-Spanish


I don't mean to pry, but … in mean English-Spanish

no quiero pecar de entrometido pero …

I'll go with Jim, if I can pry him away from the TV in pry English-Spanish

iré con Jim si logro arrancarlo de delante del televisor