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for two pins I'd —— British & World English

Used to convey strong temptation to do something, typically from annoyance or irritation

for two pins I'd —— in pin British & World English

Used to convey strong temptation to do something, typically from annoyance or irritation

I thought he'd never go in go English-Spanish

creí que no se iba a ir nunca

he'd lost a lot of blood in lose English-Spanish

había perdido mucha sangre

he swore he'd go straight in straight English-Spanish

prometió que se reformaría

he'd walked off two kilos in walk English-Spanish

había adelgazado dos kilos con las caminatas

he'd walked off two kilos in walk off English-Spanish

había adelgazado dos kilos con las caminatas

he'd acquired a British accent in acquire English-Spanish

se le había pegado el acento británico

I think he'd had a couple in couple English-Spanish

creo que tenía unas copas de más

I knew he'd finish up crying in finish English-Spanish

yo sabía que iba a terminar

I wish to hell he'd shut up in hell English-Spanish

¡por qué no se callará de una puñetera vez!

he'd like to take her out in take English-Spanish

le gustaría invitarla a salir

he'd like to take her out in take out English-Spanish

le gustaría invitarla a salir

he'd been bereaved of his wife in bereave English-Spanish

había perdido a su mujer, su esposa había fallecido

he'd blown the money on a cruise in blow English-Spanish

había despilfarrado el dinero en un crucero, se había pulido el dinero

I wish he'd stop dilly-dallying! in dilly-dally English-Spanish

¡ojalá tomara una decisión de una vez por todas!

I never dreamed he'd be so rude in dream English-Spanish

nunca (me) imaginé que iba a ser tan grosero

by then he'd become very feeble in feeble English-Spanish

ya para entonces estaba muy débil

I wish he'd keep out of my hair in hair English-Spanish

¿por qué no me dejará en paz?

he'd like a quick word with you in quick English-Spanish

quiere hablar contigo un momento

he told me he'd sworn off drink in swear English-Spanish

me dijo que (se) había jurado dejar la bebida

he told me he'd sworn off drink in swear off English-Spanish

me dijo que (se) había jurado dejar la bebida

he'd thought of going in for teaching in go in for English-Spanish

había pensado dedicarse a la enseñanza

he'd thought of going in for teaching in go English-Spanish

había pensado dedicarse a la enseñanza

he realized he'd taken her for granted in grant English-Spanish

se dio cuenta de que no había sabido valorarla

she found out he'd been messing around in mess English-Spanish

descubrió que había tenido líos

he'd obviously been primed to say that in prime English-Spanish

era obvio que le habían dicho que dijera eso

he'd give you the shirt off his back in shirt English-Spanish

es capaz de darte hasta la camiseta

if my father found out, he'd crucify me in crucify English-Spanish

si se enterara mi padre, me mataría

he never thought he'd get to be president in get English-Spanish

nunca pensó que llegaría a ser presidente

I thought he'd told her — obviously not! in obviously English-Spanish

pensé que se lo había contado — ¡está visto que no!

I wish he'd give the self-pity a rest in rest English-Spanish

ojalá dejara de autoconmiserarse

he'd been sleeping rough for over a week in rough English-Spanish

llevaba más de una semana durmiendo donde podía

I took him back the book he'd lent me in take English-Spanish

le devolví el libro que me había prestado

I took him back the book he'd lent me in take back English-Spanish

le devolví el libro que me había prestado

he remained unapologetic about what he'd done in unapologetic English-Spanish

permaneció sin arrepentirse por lo que había hecho

you'd have thought he'd have known better! in think English-Spanish

¡uno hubiera pensado que no iba a ser tan tonto!, ¿quién se iba a imaginar que iba a ser tan tonto?

he'd go out and get drunk every Saturday in will English-Spanish

todos los sábados salía a emborracharse


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