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paletearse

Translation of paletearse in English:

verbo pronominal

  • (Chile) [familiar]
    to be obliging o helpful
    se paleteó con ellos
    she was very obliging o helpful
    she bent over backwards to help them
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • "Y lo justificó como una suerte de ""paleteada"" a dicha empresa."
  • En Chillán dicen que el Pascuero es terrible de paleteado.
  • Con poco dinero, muchas paleteadas y una convicción titánica.

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