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tweak
American English: /twik/
British English: /twiːk/

Translation of tweak in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (retorciendo)
    Example sentences
    • When another had objected he had tweaked the boy's nose.
    • He's had the flu, he tweaked a groin and he pulled a hamstring 10 days ago.
    • Downes was due to be included in the senior squad to face Boston United at Bootham Crescent today but tweaked his medial knee ligaments in training yesterday.

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