English translation of 'apretujarse'
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'apretujarse' in Other Languages
British English: squeeze in /skwiːz ɪn/ VERB
If you squeeze a person or thing in somewhere or if they squeeze in there, they manage to get through or into a small space.
They went down in the lift, squeezing in with half a dozen guests.
- American English: squeeze in
- Arabic: يَحْشو
- Brazilian Portuguese: enfiar-se
- Chinese: 挤进来
- Croatian: ugurati se
- Czech: vtěsnat
- Danish: presse ind
- Dutch: erin wringen (zich)
- European Spanish: apretujarse
- Finnish: sulloa
- French: insérer
- German: hineinzwängen (sich)
- Greek: συμπιέζω
- Italian: riuscire ad infilarsi
- Japanese: 割り込む
- Korean: 비집고 들어가다
- Norwegian: klemme inn
- Polish: wcisnąć się
- European Portuguese: enfiar-se
- Romanian: a se strecura
- Russian: втискивать(ся)
- Spanish: apretujarse
- Swedish: klämma (sig) in
- Thai: เบียดเข้าไป
- Turkish: sıkışmak
- Ukrainian: протискуватися
- Vietnamese: chen lấn
Translation of apretujarse from the Collins Spanish to English Dictionary
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