- 1 with one's hands on one's hips to be broad/narrow in the hip(s)ser ancho/estrecho de cadera(s)to shoot from the hip [colloquial]no tener pelos en la lengua [colloquial](lit: with pistol) disparar sin apuntar(before noun) (size/measurement)to be joined at the hip [colloquial]
de caderasser uña y carneser carne y uña (Río de la Plata)ser uña y mugre [humorous]Example sentences
- If your hips, buttocks or thighs start to have an unsightly rippled look, use Celutrol's massage glove.
- Then Lastri related how customers would frequently touch or brush against her hips and buttocks.
- Begin by tightening your buttocks and lifting your hips off the floor.
- (Botany) (usually plural) hips and hawsescaramujos y espinosExample sentences
- Evening primrose, wheat germ, and rose hip seed oils all make fine additives to this mask.
- Less well known is rose hip soup, a sweet, cold soup high in vitamin C, traditionally served during the long winter months when fruits are scarce.
- You can even make rose hip tea for yourself and your guests!
adjective comparative hipper superlative hippest
- [slang] [dated]'in' invariable adjective [colloquial] [dated]en la onda [colloquial]she's really hip to what's going onestá muy en la onda de lo que ocurre [colloquial]Example sentences
- But now it's a fashionable district of hip bars and restaurants, full of restored synagogues, Jewish cemeteries and kosher restaurants.
- They are empty, overly wholesome fodder that only give off the ‘aura’ of being hip and fashionable.
- You could be wearing the most fashionable, hip outfit, and you will still look like a doofus when you're on vacation.
- He's hip to what he calls "the game" the music business has evolved into.
- I thought it was some new street slang that I wasn't yet hip to.
- hip, hip, hooray or hurrah!¡hurra!
- Neil was born today, hip-hip hooray!
- Hip Hip Hooray! OK, Dad is out of the woods. He was moved on Monday to the "Transitional Care Unit" (rehab floor).