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Meaning of pelar



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Hernán (España)

pelar
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Show or give accessibility Example: "Pela Twine to pay the bondi" Synonyms: Display nbsp; Antonyms: Hide

  



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Hernán (España)

1 remove the shell to some food. 2. cut hair 3 steal Example: "1. pelame an Apple I have hunger. 2 I am going to the hairdresser that I Peel. 3. I been allowed pelao. I stripped in the corner." Synonyms: Cut hair nbsp; Steal

  

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Hernán (España)

1. that you've failed or that something came out as one wanted 2. that someone is better doing something to another person. 3. pay attention. Example: "1. You pelaste you, lost the match 2 John Peel it me in football (I'm best ke juan playing soccer) 3 Spoke to the girl who I like but not me pela" Synonyms: Failing nbsp; Win nbsp; Your attention to nbsp; Stop ball

  

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Hernán (España)

Gossip, criticize, talk about a person, is used when someone is talking about a person (in bad) and describes all defects or bad tastes Example: "Look, there are Martha and Fernanda peeling" Synonyms: Gossip nbsp; Criticize

  

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Hernán (España)

1 Speak ill of someone behind him. 2 Steal something Example: "1. The Patty goes stripping everyone 2 I stripped the wallet!" Synonyms: Steal

  

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Hernán (España)

Talk about good or bad anything. Example: "You are peeling", they are talking about you.""They are peeling", people who are conversing. " Synonyms: Descuerar

  

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Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

In Colombia it is peeling, debarking, removing the shell or bark. It also means undressing, undressing. In Colombia in a colloquial way shaving or shaving, also denigrating or discrediting . In slang of ludopaths or players, take all resources away from the opponent, leave him without money to bet.

  











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