Translation of estrellar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (estrellarse)
- 1.1 (chocar) to crash se estrelló con la moto he had a motorcycle accident, he crashed his motorcycle estrellarse
contraalgo to crash intosth el balón se estrelló contra el larguero the ball slammed into the crossbar se estrelló contra el cristal he walked smack into the glass door 1.2 (toparse, tropezar) estrellarse conalgo/algn to come up against sth/sb nuestros planes se estrellaron con un obstáculo insalvable our plans came up o/or ran up against an insurmountable obstacle
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