Spanish translation of 'lash out'
intransitive verb + adverb
to lash out (with fists) repartir golpes a diestro y siniestro; (with feet) soltar patadas ⧫ tirar coces
to lash out at or against sb (literal, figurative) arremeter contra algn
2. (informal) (= spend)
now we can really lash out ahora podemos gastar todo lo que queramos
he lashed out and bought himself a Rolls tiró la casa por la ventana y se compró un Rolls
I decided to lash out on a new sofa decidí tirar la casa por la ventana con un sofá nuevo
transitive verb + adverb (informal)See also lash
he had to lash out £50 tuvo que desembolsar 50 libras
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Example Sentences Including 'lash out'
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His gaze became sharp and dangerous like that of a cornered animal that was prepared to lash out in order to protect itself.ANGELS EVERYWHERE (2002)
When Guy picks you up you don't lash out because it's a long way down if he drops you.SNOWLINE
He wanted to swear, to curse... to lash out in frustration.FINAL RESORT
I am hurting, and I want to lash out, share the pain, dilute my own grief.LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)
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Translation of lash out from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary