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bat / murciélago
bat   1   [bæt]   -noun   (zoology)   murciélago (m)
·old bat
(=old woman)   bruja (m) / bruja feminine (f)
. to be bats
. have bats in the belfry   *   estar masculineánoun loco que una cabra *
. to go like a bat out of hell   *   ir como alma que lleva el diablo,   ir a toda hostia Spain Spain
bat / paleta
bat   2   [bæt]
A. -noun
1. (in ball games)   paleta (f),   pala (f)   (in cricket, baseball)   bate (m)
a. off one'noun own bat   *   por cuenta propia
b. right off the bat
(United States)   *   de repente
2. *
(=blow)   golpe (m)
B. -intransitive verb   (Sport)   batear
a. to go (in) to bat for somebody
(=support)   dar la cara por somebody, someone,   salir en apoyo de somebody, someone
C. -transitive verb   *
(=hit)   golpear,   apalear
·to bat something around
(United States)   *
(=discuss)   discutir acerca de algo
bat / ni pestañeó
bat   3   [bæt]   -transitive verb
·he didn't bat an eyelid
(British, Great Britain)
·he didn't bat an eye
(United States)   ni pestañeó
·without batting an eyelid
(British, Great Britain)
·without batting an eye
(United States)   sin pestañear,   sin inmutarse
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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