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Spanish translation of “hitch”

hitch

verb /hitʃ/
to fasten to something
amarrar
He hitched his horse to the fencepost He hitched his car to his caravan.
to hitch-hike
hacer autoestop, ir a dedo
I can’t afford the trainfare to London – I’ll have to hitch.
hitch-hike verb to travel by means of free rides in other people’s cars
hacer autoestop, ir a dedo
He has hitch-hiked all over Britain.
hitch-hiker noun
autoestopista
hitch a lift/ride to get a free ride in someone else’s car
llevar/acercar a alguien (en un vehículo)
We hitched a lift to Norwich.
hitch up phrasal verb to pull up or raise with a sudden short pull
arremangarse
He hitched up his trousers.
(Definition of hitch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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