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Translation of "flog" - English-Spanish dictionary

flog

verb /floɡ/ ( past tense, past participle flogged)
to beat; to whip azotar In the old days people were flogged for breaking the law.
flogging noun
azotaina a public flogging.
flog a dead horse
to try to create interest in something after all interest in it has been lost perder el tiempo, machacar en hierro frío The programme makers have run out of ideas and the show is just repeating itself now – basically, they’re just flogging a dead horse.
(Definition of flog from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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