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hitch British & World English

Move (something) into a different position with a jerk

clove hitch British & World English

A knot by which a rope is secured by passing it twice round a spar or another rope that it crosses at right angles in such a way that both ends pass under the loop of rope at the front

half hitch British & World English

A knot formed by passing the end of a rope round its standing part and then through the loop

hitch-hike British & World English

Travel by getting free lifts in passing vehicles

rolling hitch British & World English

A kind of hitch used to attach a rope to a spar or larger rope

timber hitch British & World English

A knot used in attaching a rope to a log or spar

slippery hitch British & World English

A kind of knot made fast by catching part of the rope beneath the loop, released by pulling on the free end

hitch one's wagon to a star British & World English

Try to succeed by forming a relationship with someone who is already successful

hitch one's wagon to a star in hitch British & World English

Try to succeed by forming a relationship with someone who is already successful

hitch English Thesaurus

she hitched the blanket around her

hitch English-Spanish

complicación feminine, problema masculine, pega feminineSpain/Españacolloquial/familiar

hitch up English-Spanish

remangarse*, subirse, levantarse

clove hitch English-Spanish

ballestrinque masculine

hitch up English-Spanish

remangarse*, subirse, levantarse

a technical hitch in hitch English-Spanish

un problema técnico

a technical hitch in technical English-Spanish

un problema (de carácter) técnico

to walk with a hitch in hitch English-Spanish

cojear, renquear, renguear Latin America/América Latina

we got a hitch to Dover in hitch English-Spanish

nos llevaron hasta Dover, nos dieron (un) aventón hasta Dover

it went off without a hitch in hitch English-Spanish

todo salió a pedir de boca, todo marchó sobre ruedas

he gave his trousers a hitch (up) in hitch English-Spanish

se subió los pantalones de un tirón

we were trying to hitch a ride in ride English-Spanish

estábamos haciendo dedo, estábamos pescando aventón

he did a three-year hitch in the navy in hitch English-Spanish

pasó tres años enganchado en la marina

hitch up a bit and make room for me in hitch English-Spanish

córrete un poquito para hacerme un lugar

hitch up a bit and make room for me in hitch up English-Spanish

córrete un poquito para hacerme un lugar

there's been a slight hitch with the program in hitch English-Spanish

ha surgido una pequeña complicación

to hitch a ride oin British English also/en inglés británico también a lift in hitch English-Spanish

hacer* dedo, hacer* autostop, ir* de aventón, pedir* cola Venezuelacolloquial/familiar