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Translation of enrollar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: enrollarse verbo pronominal

  • 2 (España) [familiar] 2.1 (hablar mucho) See examples: no te enrolles y ve al grano
    stop jabbering on o waffling and get to the point
    no te enrolles hablando por teléfono
    don't stay on the phone too long
    se enrolla como una persiana
    she really goes on
    she can talk the hind leg off a donkey
    to make out together
    (inglés norteamericano) [familiar]
    to get off together
    (inglés británico) [familiar]
    enrollarse con alguien
    to make out with somebody
    (inglés norteamericano) [familiar]
    to get off with somebody
    (inglés británico) [familiar]
    se enrolló con mi prima pero no duró mucho
    he had a thing (going) with my cousin but it didn't last long
    2.3 (con una actividad) See examples:enrollarse con algo
    to get into something
    se enrollaron hablando de política
    they got deep into conversation about politics
    2.4 (animarse)
    to get into the swing
    get with it
    (inglés británico) [argot]
    enrollarse bien (España) [argot], se enrolla muy bien con la gente
    he gets on very well with o he has a way with people
    ese pinchadiscos se enrolla muy bien
    that disc jockey is really cool
Example sentences
  • Algunas te permiten enrollar la bobina mientras coses, otras no.
  • "Para enrollar el hilo se utiliza el carrete, llamado antiguamente como ""roldana""."
  • Tenía las manos sobre la mesa y jugaba enrollando un pequeño papel.

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