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Translation of "squat" - English-Spanish dictionary

squat

noun   /skwɒt/
a building that people are living in without the owner’s permission vivienda ocupada ilegalmente
verb   /skwɒt/ ( present participle squatting, past tense and past participle squatted)
( also squat down) to bend your legs so that you are sitting with your bottom very close to the ground ponerse de cuclillas, agacharse He squatted down beside me.
to live in an empty building without the owner’s permission ocupar ilegalmente una vivienda
(Definition of squat from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

squat

verb /skwot/ ( past tense, past participle squatted)
to sit down on the heels or in a crouching position sentarse en cuclillas The beggar squatted all day in the market place.
(Definition of squat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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