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Spanish translation of “screw”

screw

verb
to fix or remove, or be fixed or removed, with a twisting movement
enroscar, apretar
Make sure that the hook is fully screwed in He screwed off the lid.
(slang, vulgar) to fuck; to have sex (with).
echar un polvo, joder, follar
(slang) to cheat or take advantage of
timar, clavar
They screwed you – these are not real diamonds.
(Definition of screw from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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