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English translation of 'enrollado'

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enrollado

adjective
1.  (liado)
[alfombra, pergamino] rolled (up)
[cuerda, cable]
(en sí mismo) coiled (up)
(alrededor de algo) wound (up)
llevaba el periódico enrollado bajo el brazo he was carrying the newspaper rolled up under his arm
un hilo enrollado en el cable a wire wound around the cable
2.  (Spain) (very informal) (simpático)
[persona, música] cool (very informal)
es un tío muy enrollado he’s a really cool guy (very informal)
3.  (Spain) (very informal) (en relación amorosa)
llevan varios meses enrollados they’ve been going out or (US) they’ve been dating for several months
estar enrollado con algn to be going out with sbbe dating sb (US)
4.  (Spain) (very informal) (con una actividad) involvedbusy
parecían muy enrolladas hablando de sus cosas they seemed very involved or busy talking about their own things
estar enrollado con algo to be busy with sth
¿todavía estás enrollado con los exámenes? are you still busy with exams?
siempre te veo enrollado con las plantas you’re always busy with your plants
estar enrollado en algo to be involved in sth
ahora estoy enrollado en política I’m involved in politics now

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Example Sentences Including 'enrollado'

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El cuerpo se hallaba de rodillas inclinado hacia adelante y enrollado en una manta.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
El otro hombre levantó el tapiz enrollado hasta casi rozarme la nariz.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Pero cuando la cogió para examinarla se dio cuenta de que tenía un papelito enrollado en el anillo: una declaración de amor.
Gabriel García Márquez El amor en los tiempos del cólera

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Used Occasionally. enrollado is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'enrollado' in Other Languages

British English: rolled-up ADJECTIVE
Rolled-up objects have been folded or wrapped into a cylindrical shape.
...a rolled-up newspaper.
  • American English: rolled-up
  • Brazilian Portuguese: enrolado
  • Chinese: 卷起来的
  • European Spanish: enrollado
  • French: roulé
  • German: gerollt
  • Italian: arrotolato
  • Japanese: クルクルと巻いた
  • Korean: 원통형으로 감겨진
  • European Portuguese: enrolado
  • Latin American Spanish: enrollado

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Translation of enrollado from the Collins Spanish to English
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