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arrear

Translation of arrear in English:

verbo transitivo

  • 1 [familiar] (pegar) See examples: te voy a arrear un tortazo/puntapié
    I'm going to thump you/kick you

verbo intransitivo

  • 1 [familiar] (pegar) See examples: arrearle a alguien
    to thump somebody
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Es cuando se arrean las banderas de los pupos azules y rojos.
  • Nada de lo anterior es una novedad para un publicista, porque su trabajo consiste en encontrar la falacia que arreará más consumidores.
  • Arle (de arre o arrear a una mula) por ejemplo.

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