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Spanish translation of “pelt”

pelt

verb /pelt/
to throw (things) at
tirar, lanzar
The children pelted each other with snowballs.
to run very fast
correr a toda prisa
He pelted down the road.
(of rain; sometimes also of hailstones) to fall very heavily
llover a cántaros
You can’t leave now – it’s pelting (down).
at full pelt (running) as fast as possible
a toda prisa
They set off down the road at full pelt.
(Definition of pelt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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