English translation of 'agachar-se'
1. (acaçapar-se) to crouch, squat
2. (curvar-se) to stoop
3. (figurative) to cringe
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'agachar-se' in Other Languages
British English: crouch down /kraʊtʃ daʊn/ VERB
If you are crouching down, your legs are bent under you so that you are close to the ground and leaning forward slightly.
He crouched down and reached under the mattress.
- American English: crouch
- Arabic: يَرْبِضُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: agachar-se
- Chinese: 蹲下
- Croatian: čučnuti
- Czech: přikrčit se
- Danish: krybe sammen
- Dutch: hurken
- European Spanish: agacharse cuclillas
- Finnish: kyyristyä
- French: s’accroupir
- German: ducken (sich)
- Greek: κάθομαι ανακούρκουδα
- Italian: accovacciarsi
- Japanese: うずくまる
- Korean: 웅크리다
- Norwegian: huke (seg) ned
- Polish: przykucnąć
- European Portuguese: agachar-se
- Romanian: a se ghemui
- Russian: присесть
- Spanish: ponerse en cuclillas
- Swedish: huka (sig) ner
- Thai: หมอบลง
- Turkish: çömelmek
- Ukrainian: присідати
- Vietnamese: cúi xuống
British English: crouch VERB
If you crouch, you bend your legs so that you are close to the ground.
We were crouching in the bushes.
British English: squat VERB
If you squat, you lower yourself towards the ground, balancing on your feet with your legs bent.
We squatted beside the pool and watched the diver sink slowly down.
Translation of agachar-se from the Collins Portuguese to English