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Meanings of "chupar" in English Spanish Dictionary : 52 result(s)

Spanish English
Common
chupar [v] suck
chupar [v] absorb
chupar [v] (mexico chile slang) to drink an alcoholic beverage
chupar [v] (mexican slang) to consume too fast
chupar [v] (mexican slang) to waste money
chupar [v] (mexican slang) to lose strength
General
chupar [v] puff on
chupar [v] puff at
chupar [v] put up with
chupar [v] take
chupar [v] take in
chupar [v] take up
chupar [v] drink
chupar [v] draw
chupar [v] sip
chupar [v] absorb moisture (of vegetables)
chupar [v] suck up
chupar [v] suction
chupar [v] process
chupar [v] aspirate
chupar [v] blow
chupar [v] fellate
chupar [v] CL rob
chupar [v] EC take one or more cards from the deck
chupar [v] HN spend one's money on alcohol
chupar [v] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA DO CO EC PE BO CL PY AR UY consume alcoholic drinks
chupar [v] CL steal
chupar [v] EC rob (cards games)
chupar [v] NI suck
chupar [v] pull
chupar [v] imbibe
chupar [v] soak in
chupar [v] soak up
chupar [v] suck in
Colloquial
chupar [v] sponge off
chupar [v] sponge
chupar [v] MX DO VE smoke a cigar
chupar [v] BO take in a piece of clothing (especially pants or a skirt)
Slang
chupar [v] MX drink alcohol
chupar [v] MX to drink (alcohol)
chupar [v] knock back
chupar [v] suck off
chupar [v] MX CL drink an alcoholic beverage
chupar [v] MX lose muscular strength
chupar [v] PE drink alcohol
chupar [v] PE booze
chupar [v] CL drink alcohol
Technical
chupar [v] exhaust
chupar [v] draw
chupar [v] suck
Transportation
chupar [v] hold
Petrol
chupar [v] draw

Meanings of "chupar" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 107 result(s)

Spanish English
General
chupar rueda [v] tuck in
chupar rueda [v] tailgate
chupar rueda [v] drive dangerously close behind another vehicle
chupar cámara [v] hog the camera
chupar la sangre a alguien [v] be a leech
chupar banquillo [v] be confined to the bench
chupar un cigarrillo [v] draw on a cigarette
chupar cámara [loc/v] be the center of attention
chupar caluga [loc/v] CL bring someone's underwear tucked uncomfortably into the intimate parts
chupar la leche [v] null
chupar la savia [v] sap
Colloquial
chupar la sangre a alguien [v] take someone to the cleaners
chupar la sangre a alguien [v] suck someone dry
chupar del sistema [v] pimp the system
chupar las medias [v] lick someone's arse
chupar la sangre a alguien [v] rob someone blind
chupar banquillo [v] sit in bench
chupar banquillo [v] sit on the bench
chupar cámara [v] get a lot of media exposure
chupar la sangre a alguien [v] bleed someone white
chupar las medias [v] bootlick
chupar cámara [v] get the media spotlight
chupar las medias [v] lick up
chupar banquillo [v] warm the bench
chupar cámara [v] be in the limelight of media
chupar la sangre a alguien [v] clean someone out
chupar la sangre a alguien [v] bleed someone dry
chupar cámara [v] get media attention
chupar  [v] AR drink (when too much)
chupar  [v] AR suck (only this sense is always transitive)
chupar cachimbo [v] VE lunt
chupar cachimbo [v] suck one's finger
sobar/chupar el balón [v] play selfishly
sobar/chupar el balón [v] hog the ball (not pass)
chupar cachimbo [v] VE smoke a pipe
chupar caluga [loc/v] CL walk with the underwear between the glutes
chupar las medias a butter up
chupar rueda de on one's coat tails
Phrases
más aburrido que chupar un clavo as dull as ditchwater
Idioms
chupar las medias [v] lick someone's boots
chupar del bote [v] feather one's nest
chupar del bote [v] feather one's own nest
chupar del bote [v] line one's own pockets
chupar del bote [v] line one's pocket
chupar del bote [v] line one's purse
chupar del bote [v] look after number one
chupar rueda [v] ride on someone's coattails
chupar rueda [v] have one's fortune or success depend on another person
chupar rueda [v] hang on someone's coattails
chupar la alegría [v] PR take someone's happiness away
chupar cajeta [v] PR put with
chupar el caite [v] NI humiliate oneself
chupar cajeta [v] PR bear
chupar la sangre [v] MX annoy someone
chupar faros [v] MX spring up (problem)
chupar el caite [v] NI suck up to someone
chupar cachimbo [v] DO PR accept a situation
chupar cachimbo [v] VE suck one's finger (child)
chupar a dos coyoles [v] HN earn two salaries
chupar caluga [v] CL have a wedgie (underwear)
chupar caña [v] GT click one's tongue
chupar cajeta [v] DO put up with
chupar las patas [v] CL brown nose
chupar el rabo a la jutía [v] CU PR get drunk
chupar caña [v] HN teen have a wedgie (pants)
chupar el cigarro por el lado prendido [v] PR be mistaken about something
chupar el caite [v] NI brown nose
chupar faros [v] MX die
chupar faros [v] MX take a turn for the worse (situation)
chupar faros [v] MX arise (problem)
chupar guaro [v] CO drink too much moonshine
chupar jilguillo [v] PR whisper sweet nothings (couple)
chupar la sangre [v] MX bother someone
chupar las medias [v] PA CL flatter someone
chupar piña [v] CO kiss on the mouth
chupar las patas [v] CL suck up to someone
chupar la alegría [v] PR upset someone
chupar cajeta [v] DO endure
chupar el rabo a la jutía [v] CU PR get plastered
chupar el rabo a la jutía [v] CU PR get bombed
chupar las medias [v] PA CL gush over someone
chupar la alegría [v] PR embitter someone
chupar el rabo a la jutía [v] CU PR get smashed
chupar el rabo a la jutía [v] CU PR get sloshed
chupar faros [v] MX pass away
chupar guaro [v] CO throw back too much moonshine
chupar guaro [v] CO drink excessive moonshine
chupar la bruja [v] PR annoy someone
chupar la bruja [v] PR bother someone
gustarle chupar caña [v] NI drink like a fish
gustarle chupar caña [v] NI drink alcoholic beverages frequently
chupar el cigarro por el lado prendido [loc/v] PR take the wrong side
es más aburrido que chupar un clavo as dull as ditch water
más aburrido que chupar un clavo AR be as interesting as watching grass grow
más aburrido que chupar un clavo AR be as interesting as watching paint dry
Slang
chupar gladiolo [v] VE die
chupar gladiolo [v] VE pass away
Business
chupar la sangre [v] bleed dry
chupar la sangre [v] bleed white
Law
chupar la sangre bleed white
chupar la sangre bleed dry
Sports
chupar banquillo [v] be confined to the bench
Football
chupar banca [v] CR be on the bench
chupar banca [v] CR be a substitute player
chupar banca [v] CR be a reserve player
Cycling
chupar rueda [v] follow a wheel
British Slang
chupar los dedos de los pies (juego sexual) [v] toe-job