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roost1 British & World English

A place where birds regularly settle or congregate to rest at night, or where bats congregate to rest in the day

roost2 British & World English

(In the Orkneys and Shetlands) a tidal race

rule the roost British & World English

Be in complete control

come home to roost British & World English

(Of an action in the past) have an unexpected adverse consequence for the person responsible

rule the roost in rule British & World English

Be in complete control

come home to roost in roost1 British & World English

(Of an action in the past) have an unexpected adverse consequence for the person responsible

roost English-Spanish

percha feminine, palo masculine

to rule the roost in roost English-Spanish

llevar la batuta, dirigir* el cotarro Spain/Españacolloquial/familiar

her extravagance is really coming home to roost in roost English-Spanish

ahora sí que está pagando las consecuencias de su despilfarro

they've neglected the problem for years and now the chickens are coming home to roost in roost English-Spanish

llevan años sin ocuparse del problema y ahora están pagando las consecuencias