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chum up (especially British English)
also: -mm- verb + adverb

Translation of chum up -mm- verb + adverb especially British English in Spanish:

  • [colloquial]
    hacerse amigos or (Mexico) [colloquial] cuates
    to chum up with somebody
    hacerse amigo or (Mexico) [colloquial] cuate de alguien
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