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Platero y yo

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QuestionAnswer
el acero (steel) aleación de hierro y carbono
afilar (to sharpen) sacar filo o punta a un arma o instrumento
el alborozo (joy) alegría, felicidad, regocijo
arrebolado (red) de color rojo, color de las mejillas
la aurora (dawn) luz del alba
el azabache (jet-->the rock not a plane) piedra negra semipreciosa, una variedad de lignito de color negro
babear (to drool) dejar salir la saliva de la boca
balar (to bleat "bah bah black sheep") dar balidos, como las cabras
brincar (to jump up and down) dar saltos rápidos
dar coces (to kick) levantar hacia atrás las patas posteriores
declinar (to decline) draw to an end; caer, ponerse (el sol)
deshilachado (frayed) que está reducido a hilos
desproporcionado (disproportionate) exagerado, fuera de proporción
embestir (to charge-->attack) atacar o golpear con la cabeza
empapado (soaked) humedecido o penetrado por líquido por completo
endurecer (to harden) poner má duro una material y otra cosa; hacer más fuerte y resistente
equívoco (adj--> ambiguous) extraño, dudoso, ambiguo
fugaz (adj-->fleeting; brief ) que desaparece en seguida o rápidamente
gotear (to drip, to leak) caerse un líquido poco a poco
el hocico (muzzle, snout); parte de la cabeza de los animales donde están la boca y las narices
holgar (to be idle) descansar, relajarse
iniciar (to begin, start) empezar
latir (to throb, beat rapidly) dar latidos el corazón
límpido (limpid) claro, limpio, puro
mimoso (spoiled, pampered) que gusta de recibir mimos
morder (to bite) hincar los dientes en algo
el ocaso (sunset) puesta del sol sobre el horizonte
el oleaje (swell) movimiento ondulatorio, como el de las olas
el rebuzno (bray "hee haw") voz del burro
rozar (to brush, to graze) pasar algo ligeramente sobre la superficie de otra cosa
la testuz (forehead) frente o parte superior de la cara de un burro o caballo
tibiamente (gingerly, delicately) cálida y suavemente, delicadamente
velar (to watch over) permanecer despierto, estar de guardia por la noche, cubrir con un velo
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