Translation of latch onto verb + preposition + object colloquial in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (get hold of, catch)1.2 (obtain) 1.3 (attach oneself to)agarrarse dehe latched onto our grouppegarse a [colloquial]she finally latched onto a rich widowerse pegó a nuestro grupo [colloquial]se nos pegó [colloquial]al fin atrapó or [colloquial] pescó a un viudo rico
- 2 (perceive, seize on) See examples: she latched onto the idea very quicklythey soon latched onto the advantages offered by the schemeenseguida captó la ideahe latches onto the slightest error you makepronto se dieron cuenta de las ventajas que ofrecía el planno te deja pasar ni el más mínimo error
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