Translation of jalón in English:
- 2 2.1 le dio un jalón del bolso y salió corriendode un jalón (América Latina excepto Cono Sur) , lo voy a hacer de un jalónhe wrenched o yanked her bag away and ran off2.2I'm going to get it over and done withI'm going to get it done in one fell swoop(México) (distancia)aún nos queda un buen jalónwe still have a fair way o a fair distance to go
- Quise pegarle con la funda de compras pero sentí un fuerte jalón.
- Que buen jalón de orejas para el diario El Comercio.
- Juan Vargas no fue el único que recibió un jalón de orejas.
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