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Translation of "shrug" - English-Spanish dictionary

shrug

verb   /ʃrʌɡ/ ( present participle shrugging, past tense and past participle shrugged)
to move your shoulders up and down to show that you do not care about something or that you do not know something encogerse de (hombros) He just shrugged his shoulders.
shrug noun   /ʃrʌɡ/
the action of moving your shoulders up and down to show that you do not care about something or that you do not know something encogimiento de hombros
(Definition of shrug from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shrug

verb /ʃraɡ/ ( past tense, past participle shrugged)
to show doubt, lack of interest etc by raising (the shoulders) encogerse de hombros When I asked him if he knew what had happened, he just shrugged (his shoulders).
shrug off phrasal verb
to dismiss, get rid of or treat as unimportant no hacer caso, ignorar She shrugged off all criticism.
(Definition of shrug from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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