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forrar

also: forrarse verbo pronominal

  • 1 [familiar] (enriquecerse) tbforrarse de dinero
    to make a killing o mint o (inglés británico) packet [familiar]
    to coin it
    [familiar]
  • 2 (México) [familiar] (llenarse)forrarse de algo
    to stuff oneself with something
    [familiar]
    to pig out on something
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Las butacas están forradas con tela de buena apariencia y son cómodas.
  • Los bancos se forran a costa del endeudamiento de los estados.
  • Enmantequille un molde para tartaleta y forre con la masa.

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