English translation of 'aporrear'
Verb TableSee also aporrearse
(= pegar) to beat ⧫ club
(= dar una paliza a) to beat up
2. (con el puño) to thump ⧫ pound
aporrear el piano to hammer away at the piano
3. (Latin America) (= vencer) to beat ⧫ defeat
4. (= acosar) to bother ⧫ pester
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-Tú tampoco tendrás que aporrear más ropa -dijo, un poco desconcertado.Los funerales de la Mamá Grande
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'aporrear' in Other Languages
British English: thump /θʌmp/ VERB
If you thump something, you hit it hard, usually with your fist.
He thumped my shoulder affectionately, nearly knocking me over.
I heard you thumping on the door.
- American English: thump
- Arabic: يَطْرُقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pancada
- Chinese: 重击
- Croatian: udarati
- Czech: praštit
- Danish: dunke
- Dutch: dreunen
- European Spanish: aporrear
- Finnish: tömähdys
- French: cogner
- German: schlagen
- Greek: βαριοχτυπώ
- Italian: battere
- Japanese: ゴツンと打つ
- Korean: 탁 치다
- Norwegian: banke (på)
- Polish: uderzyć
- European Portuguese: pancada
- Romanian: a lovi tare
- Russian: глухой звук
- Spanish: aporrear
- Swedish: dunka
- Thai: ทุบ
- Turkish: güm güm vurmak
- Ukrainian: бити
- Vietnamese: đập thùm thụp
Translation of aporrear from the Collins Spanish to English Dictionary