- 1 [cuadro] to hang, put up; [lámpara] to put up colgó el abrigo detrás de la puerta he hung his coat up behind the door está en el jardín, colgando la ropa she's in the garden, hanging the washing out colgaron banderas en todas las calles they put flags up in every street colgar algo
dealgo to hang sth onsth cuelga el calendario de ese clavo hang the calendar on that nail
- 3 [teléfono/auricular] to put down cuelga este teléfono cuando yo coja el otro put this phone down when I've picked up the other one tienen el teléfono mal colgado their phone is off the hook
- 1 (pender) to hang el vestido me cuelga de un lado my dress is hanging down on one side o is hanging unevenly llevas un hilo colgando de la chaqueta there's a loose thread hanging off o from your jacket una araña de cristal colgaba del centro de la habitación a crystal chandelier hung from the center of the room adelgazó mucho y ahora le cuelgan las carnes she lost a lot of weight and now her skin just hangs off her lleva dos asignaturas colgando [argot/slang] he has two retakes to do, he has two exams to make up hilo
- 2 [Telec] to hang up no cuelgue, por favor hold the line please o please hold me ha colgado he's hung up on me, he's put the phone down on me
colgarse v pron(refl)
- 2 (agarrarse, suspenderse)colgarse
dealgo te he dicho mil veces que no te cuelgues de ahí I've told you a thousand times not to hang off there no te cuelgues de mí, estoy cansada don't cling on o hang on to me, I'm tired se le colgó del cuello y le dio un beso he put his arms around her neck and gave her a kiss se pasó la tarde colgada del teléfono [familiar/colloquial] she spent all afternoon on the phone
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
Sanfermines (The festival of San Fermín) is from 6th-14th July and el encierro (the 'running of the bulls'), takes place in Pamplona in northern Spain. The animals are released into the barricaded streets and people run in front of them, in honor of the town´s patron saint, San Fermín, who was put to death by being dragged by bulls.