English translation of 'esticar'
1. (uma corda) to stretch, tighten
2. (a perna) to stretch
esticar-se reflexive verb
to stretch out
esticar as canelas (informal) to pop one's clogs, kick the bucket
depois da festa esticamos numa boate (informal) after the party we went on to a nightclub
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'esticar' in Other Languages
British English: stretch /strɛtʃ/ VERB
extend Something that stretches over an area covers all of it.
The line of cars stretched for miles.
- American English: stretch
- Arabic: يـَمْتَدُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: esticar
- Chinese: 拉长
- Croatian: rastezati
- Czech: rozprostírat se
- Danish: strække (sig)
- Dutch: uitstrekken (zich) uitrekken
- European Spanish: abarcar
- Finnish: venyä
- French: étirer
- German: erstrecken (sich)
- Greek: απλώνομαι
- Italian: estendersi
- Japanese: 伸びる
- Korean: 뻗어 있다
- Norwegian: strekke
- Polish: przeciągnąć się
- European Portuguese: esticar
- Romanian: a acoperi
- Russian: растянуться
- Spanish: estirar
- Swedish: sträcka
- Thai: ขยายออก
- Turkish: uzanmak
- Ukrainian: потягатися
- Vietnamese: kéo dài
British English: crane VERB
If you crane your neck or head, you stretch your neck in a particular direction in order to see or hear something better.
She craned her neck to get a better view.
He craned out of the open window to catch a cooling breeze.
Translation of esticar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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