Traducción de "swallow" - Diccionario inglés-español

swallow

verb uk /ˈswɒ·ləʊ/ us /ˈswɑ·loʊ/

to move your throat in order to make food or drink go down

tragar
These tablets are too big to swallow.
noun uk /ˈswɒ·ləʊ/ us /ˈswɑ·loʊ/

a small bird with a tail with two points

golondrina

(Traducción de "swallow" de Diccionario de Cambridge inglés-español © Cambridge University Press)

swallow

verb /ˈswoləu/

to allow to pass down the throat to the stomach

tragar, engullir
Try to swallow the pill
His throat was so painful that he could hardly swallow.

to accept (eg a lie or insult) without question or protest

tragarse
You’ll never get her to swallow that story!
swallow one’s pride

to behave humbly eg by making an apology

tragarse el orgullo
She managed to swallow her pride and say sorry.
swallow up phrasal verb

to cause to disappear completely

desaparecer
She was swallowed up in the crowd.

(Traducción de "swallow" de PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)