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Traducción de "rub" - Diccionario Inglés-Español

rub

verb /rab/ ( past tense, past participle rubbed)
to move against the surface of something else, pressing at the same time restregar, frotar He rubbed his eyes The horse rubbed its head against my shoulder The back of the shoe is rubbing against my heel. rub down phrasal verb to dry (a horse) after exercise by rubbing. almohazar rub it in phrasal verb to keep reminding someone of something unpleasant insistir There’s no need to rub it in. rub out phrasal verb to remove (a mark, writing etc) with a rubber; to erase. borrar rub shoulders with to meet or mix with (other people). codearse con He claims to rub shoulders with the rich and famous at various parties and other functions. rub up phrasal verb to polish pulir, sacar brillo She rubbed up the silver. rub up the wrong way to annoy or irritate (someone) sacar de quicio a alguien She takes pleasure in rubbing him up the wrong way.
Traducciones de “rub”
en árabe يُدَلِّك…
en coreano 비비다, 문지르다…
in Malaysian menggosok…
en francés frotter…
en turco ovmak, ovalamak, ovuşturmak…
en italiano strofinare, sfregare…
en chino (tradicionál) 擦, 摩擦, 搓…
en ruso тереть, натирать, стирать (кожу)…
en polaco pocierać, trzeć, ocierać (o)…
in Vietnamese cọ, rụi…
en portugués esfregar…
in Thai นวด…
en alemán reiben…
en catalán fregar…
en japonés ~をこする, (布で)ふく…
in Indonesian menggosok…
en chino (simplificado) 擦, 摩擦, 搓…
(Definition of rub from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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