atarearse - translation to English
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atarearse - translation to English


atarearse      
work hard; be busy
atar         
PÁGINA DE DESAMBIGUACIÓN DE WIKIMEDIA
= tether, strap, tie up, lash.
Ex: The book reached the limits of its potential as an information carrier long ago and libraries unfortunately allowed themselves to become tethered by those limitations.
Ex: Microfilm is said to have been invented during the Franco-Prussian War, to send reduced diagrams of troop positions by strapping these to the legs of carrier pigeons.
Ex: Short wedges, or quoins, were then put in between the long wedges and the inside of the chase, loosely at first so that the string with which the pages were tied up could be unwound and removed.
Ex: Gather the eight garden stakes together teepee-style around the center stake and lash them in place securely with garden wire.
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* atar a = tie (to), lash (up) to.
* atar con cadenas = chain.
* atar de pies y manos = hogtie.
* atar los cabos sueltos = tie up + loose ends.
* loco de atar = stark raving mad, raving mad, raving lunatic.
* volver a atar = re-tie.
atado      
bundle
tied

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