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Translation of "lurch" - English-Spanish dictionary

lurch

verb   /lɜːtʃ/
to move in a way that is not regular or normal, especially making sudden movements backwards or forwards or from side to side tambalearse, dar una sacudida The train lurched forward and some of the people standing fell over.1609
(Definition of lurch from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lurch

verb /ləːtʃ/
to move suddenly or unevenly forward; to roll to one side tambalearse The ancient bus lurched uncertainly along the road.
leave in the lurch
to leave (a person etc) in a difficult situation and without help dejar solo ante el peligro She left him in the lurch to do all the cooking alone.
(Definition of lurch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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