Traducción: de espanol

get warm

  • 1 abrigarse

    • get seasick
    • get shocked
    • shelter oneself
    • take shelter
    • wrap in bandages
    • wrap in plastic
    • wrap one's
    • wrap oneself
    • wrap oneself up
    • wrap up
    • wrap up warm

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > abrigarse

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