arrear


arrear
v.
1 to gee up.
2 to give.
arrear una bofetada a alguien to give somebody a thump
3 to harness (poner arreos).
4 to spur on, to urge on.
5 to herd, to round up.
6 to deliver.
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arrear
verbo transitivo
1 (animales) to spur on, urge on
2 (apresurar) to hurry up
3 familiar (pegar) to hit
le arreó una bofetada she slapped him round the face
verbo intransitivo
1 familiar to hurry
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1. VT
1) (=estimular) [+ ganado etc] to drive
2) (=poner arreos a) to harness
3) CAm, Cono Sur, Méx [+ ganado] to rustle
4) * [+ golpe] to give
2.
VI to hurry along

¡arrea! — (=muévete) get moving!; [repulsa] get away!; Esp [asombro] Christ!, well I'm damned!; [admiración] look at that!

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1.
verbo transitivo
1) (fam) (pegar)

te voy a arrear un tortazo/puntapié — I'm going to smack you/kick you

2)
a) <ganado> to drive, herd; <caballerías> to spur, urge on
b) (AmL fam) <gente> to chivy* (colloq), to hurry ... along
c) (AmL fam) (llevar)

arrear con algo/alguien — to cart something/somebody off (colloq)

2.
arrear vi
1) (fam) (pegar)

arrearle a alguien — to smack somebody

2) arreando gerundio (rápido)

vamos arreando! — let's get moving! (colloq)

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= herd.
Ex. In the wet season animals were herded, whereas in the dry season animals were mostly left to range freely.
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* arrear Personas como si fueran ganado = herd.
* arrear un puñetazo = sock.
* * *
1.
verbo transitivo
1) (fam) (pegar)

te voy a arrear un tortazo/puntapié — I'm going to smack you/kick you

2)
a) <ganado> to drive, herd; <caballerías> to spur, urge on
b) (AmL fam) <gente> to chivy* (colloq), to hurry ... along
c) (AmL fam) (llevar)

arrear con algo/alguien — to cart something/somebody off (colloq)

2.
arrear vi
1) (fam) (pegar)

arrearle a alguien — to smack somebody

2) arreando gerundio (rápido)

vamos arreando! — let's get moving! (colloq)

* * *
= herd.

Ex: In the wet season animals were herded, whereas in the dry season animals were mostly left to range freely.

* arrear Personas como si fueran ganado = herd.
* arrear un puñetazo = sock.

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arrear [A1 ]
vt
A (fam)
(pegar): te voy a arrear un tortazo/puntapié I'm going to thump you/kick you
B
1 ‹ganado› to drive, herd; ‹caballerías› to spur, urge on
2 (AmL fam) ‹gente› to chivy* (colloq), to hurry … along
3 (AmL fam) (llevar) arrear CON algo/algn; to cart sth/sb off (colloq)
■ arrear
vi
A (fam)
(pegar): arrearle A algn to thump sb (colloq)
B arreando
ger (rápido): ¡venga, arreando, que llegamos tarde! come on, get moving, we're going to be late! (colloq)
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arrear (conjugate arrear) verbo transitivo
a)ganadoto drive, herd;

caballeríasto spur, urge on
b) (AmL fam) ‹gente› to chivy(conjugate chivy) (colloq), to hurry … along

c) (AmL fam) (llevar) arrear con algo/algn to cart sth/sb off (colloq)

arrear fam vtr
1 (caballos) to urge on, spur on
2 fam (un golpe, un cachete) to give
'arrear' also found in these entries:
English:
harness
- herd
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arrear
vt
1. [azuzar] to gee up
2.
¡arreando! [¡vamos!] come on!, let's get a move on!
3. [propinar] to give;
arrear una bofetada a alguien to give sb a slap, to slap sb
4. [poner arreos] to harness
5. Arg, Chile, Méx [robar] to steal, to rustle
vi
Comp
el que venga después o [m5]detrás, que arree let's leave that for someone else to sort out
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arrear
I v/t
1
:
arrear una bofetada a alguien thump s.o. fam , hit s.o.
2 el ganado drive
II v/i
:
¡arrea! fam get on with it!
* * *
arrear vt
: to urge on, to drive
arrear vi
: to hurry along

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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