There are 2 main translations of piedra in English:

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piedra 1

adjetivo

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There are 2 main translations of piedra in English:

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piedra 2

sustantivo femenino

  • 3 (Colombia) [familiar] (rabia) See examples: me da piedra
    it makes me mad
    [familiar]
    ¡qué piedra! dejé el libro en casa
    damn o what a drag! I've left the book at home
    [familiar]
    sacarle or volarle la piedra a alguien (Colombia) (Venezuela) [familiar]
    to get on somebody's nerves
    make somebody mad
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • El problema es que tiene una piedra en su camino.
  • Banco Territorial coloca primera piedra de sus nuevas oficinas en Quito.
  • Lamentablemente, Infinity Ward tropezó con la misma piedra.

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