¿Sabías que...?: La raíz de agricultura proviene del Griego agros-. Encuentra el significado del prefijo agri-.
rajar / to tear
 
rajar  
A. -transitive verb
1. [+papel, tejido]   to tear,   rip
[+neumático, rueda]   to slash
[+vidrio, cerámica]   to crack
[+leña]   to chop up
2. *
(=acuchillar)   to cut up *
3. (Latin America)
(=calumniar)   to slander,   run down
4. (Latin America)   **
[+examen]   to flunk *,   fail
5. (Andes, Caribe)
(=aplastar)   to crush,   defeat
(=arruinar)   to ruin
(=fastidiar)   to annoy
6. (Cono Sur)   *
[+trabajador]   to fire *
B. -intransitive verb
1. *
(=hablar mucho)   to natter *
·rajar de somebody, someone
*
(=criticar)   to slag somebody off *
2. *
(=jactarse)   to brag
C.   -pronominal verb
1. [papel, tejido]   to tear,   rip
[vidrio, cerámica]   to crack
[neumático]   to get ripped
2. *
(=echarse atránoun)   to back out *
·no te iránoun a rajar ahora que tenemos las entradas
·you are not going to back out now we've got the tickets
·¡me rajé!
(Latin America)   that'noun enough for me!,   I'masculine quitting!
3. (Latin America)
(=huir)   to run away
 
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