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Meanings of "atracarse" in English Spanish Dictionary : 35 result(s)

Spanish English
General
atracarse [v] PR brawl
atracarse [v] PR fight
atracarse [v] come up
atracarse [v] approach
atracarse [v] VE become blocked
atracarse [v] VE become clogged
atracarse [v] VE become stuck together
atracarse [v] stuff oneself
atracarse [v] gorge oneself
atracarse [v] glut oneself
atracarse [v] VE obstruct a duct
atracarse [v] DO pick up the pace
atracarse [v] PE accept a proposal
atracarse [v] PE accept a sexual solicitation (woman)
atracarse [v] PE accept an unfavorable proposal
atracarse [v] VE clog a duct
atracarse [v] VE PE UY remain stalled in a vehicle because of a difficulty with the land
atracarse [v] DO hurry
atracarse [v] VE UY fit together so tightly that it is impossible to separate them (two objects)
atracarse [v] VE PE stop an activity because of a difficulty/impediment
atracarse [v] CU derog. behave arrogantly
atracarse [v] gorge
atracarse [v] pamper oneself
atracarse [v] fill
atracarse [v] engorge
atracarse [v] overfeed
atracarse [v] gorge
atracarse [v] surfeit
atracarse [v] stuff
Colloquial
atracarse [v] overeat
atracarse [v] gorge oneself
atracarse [v] drink too much
atracarse [v] CU derog. stick one's foot in one's mouth
atracarse glut
Nautical
atracarse [v] grapple

Meanings of "atracarse" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 18 result(s)

Spanish English
General
atracarse a [v] approach
atracarse de [v] gorge oneself on
atracarse a [v] get stuck
atracarse a [v] gorge on
atracarse a [v] stuff oneself
atracarse de comida [v] cram
Idioms
atracarse de comida [v] make a pig of oneself
atracarse de comida [v] eat like a pig
atracarse de comida [v] fill one's face
atracarse de comida [v] eat one's head off
atracarse de comida [v] feed one's face
atracarse de comida [v] eat like a horse
atracarse de comida [v] stuff one's face
atracarse de comida [v] gorge oneself
atracarse de comida [v] stuff oneself
atracarse de comida [v] pig out on
Phrasals
atracarse de [v] gorge oneself with
Nautical
atracarse al costado [v] come alongside