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roughshod

Pronunciation: /ˈrʌfʃɑːd; ˈrʌfʃɒd/

Translation of roughshod in Spanish:

adverb/adverbio

  • to ride roughshod over sth/sb he rides roughshod over other people's feelings no tiene la menor consideración para con los sentimientos de los demás she will ride roughshod over anyone that stands in her way se llevará por delante a quien se interponga en su camino they've ridden roughshod over our recommendations han hecho caso omiso de nuestras recomendaciones

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