Translation of abrigar in English:

abrigar

vt

  • 1 (con ropa) abriga bien al niño wrap the child up warm o/or well el pañuelo me abriga el cuello the scarf keeps my neck warm

vi

abrigarse v pron

  • (reflexivo/reflexive) to wrap up warm o/or well abrígate (bien) que hace frío wrap up warm o/or well, it's cold abrígate el pecho keep your chest warm

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