Translation of tren in English:

tren

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  • 2 [familiar/colloquial] (ritmo) rate a este tren at this rate [familiar/colloquial] lleva un tren de vida intensísimo she leads a very hectic life, she has a very hectic lifestyle a este tren no llegaremos nunca we'll never get there at this rate a todo tren [familiar/colloquial], viven a todo tren they live like kings, they live a luxurious lifestyle tuvieron una boda a todo tren they had a lavish wedding lo tuvimos que hacer a todo tren we had to work flat out o/or at top speed estar en tren de hacer algo (Cono Sur/Southern Cone) to be in the process of doing sth estamos en tren de mudarnos we're in the process o/or in the middle of moving house ya que estamos en tren de criticar, te diré que … since we seem to be in a critical vein o/or since we seem to be criticizing people, let me tell you that … estoy en tren de salir I'm just going out, I'm just on my way out seguirle el tren a algn (Río de la Plata/River Plate area) [familiar/colloquial] to keep up with sb

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