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ir Spanish

Moverse [una persona o una cosa] hacia un lugar determinado:

ir dado in dado Spanish-English

if you don't start studying, you'll be in trouble

ir ciego in ciego Spanish-English

to have a bad hand

ir flecha in flecha Spanish-English

to go the wrong way up a one-way street

ir fresco in fresco Spanish-English

he's sadly mistaken if he thinks I'm going to lend him any money, if he thinks I'm going to lend him any money he's got another think coming

ir a in ir Spanish

Indica la intención de realizar la acción que se expresa, el inicio de esta o que algo sucederá en el futuro inmediato:

ir y in ir Spanish

Se usa para indicar con énfasis que la acción que señala el verbo ocurre de manera repentina o inesperada:

ir a más in más Spanish-English

to be on the up and up

ir a algo Spanish-English

to lead, to go

ir de culo in culo Spanish-English

the business is going really badly

ir al grano in grano Spanish-English

to get (straight) to the point

ir de mosca in mosca Spanish-English

two boys were hanging off the back of the trolleybus

ir de gancho in gancho Spanish-English

to walk along arm in arm

ir en gustos in gusto Spanish-English

to be a matter of taste

ir para largo in largo Spanish-English

it looks like it's going to be a while yet

ir por libre in libre Spanish-English

to do as one pleases

ir/venir con el once in once Spanish-English

to go/come on Shank's mare

ir de paquete in paquete Spanish-English

to ride on the back, of a motorcycle, to ride pillion

ir a lo suyo in suyo Spanish-English

to think only of oneself, to look after number one

ir flojo in flojo Spanish

Tener [una persona] diarrea:

ir a la segura in seguro Spanish-English

a place which is a safe bet for people who like good food

ir (o estar) aviado in aviar2 Spanish

Estar rodeado de contratiempos y dificultades.

ir a por alguien in ir Spanish-English

he's gone to get, he's gone to pick his mother up

sin ir más lejos in lejos Spanish-English

have you seen María recently? — yes, in fact I had dinner with her just yesterday

estar or ir listo in listo Spanish-English

we're (really) done for now, we're in real trouble now, we've really had it now

ir a más in ir Spanish

Mostrar [una persona o colectividad] en sucesivas ocasiones que va superándose o mejorando:

ir echando in ir Spanish

Abandonar un lugar:

ir servido in servir Spanish

Expresa molestia o disgusto ante una situación o un hecho que resulta problemático, incómodo o intolerable:

estar or ir apañado in apañado Spanish-English

if you think you can live on that salary, you've got another think coming!

estar or ir aviado in aviado Spanish-English

if you think you're going to pass without doing any work you've got another think coming

ir de flor en flor in flor Spanish-English

to flit from one man/woman to another, play the field


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