Translation of resbalar in English:

resbalar

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  • 3 [familiar/colloquial] (ser indiferente) sus críticas le resbalaban their criticisms just washed over her todo lo que le digas le resbala everything you say to him is like water off a duck's back o goes in one ear and out the other [colloquial/familiar] los problemas de los demás le resbalan he's totally unaffected by o [colloquial/familiar] he couldn't care less about other people's problems

resbalarse v pron

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