Sack in spanish


pronunciation: sɑkoʊ part of speech: noun
In gestures

sack1 = saco, costal. 

Example: Without having to make any decisions as to relative importance, we simply enter this under the relevant terms: manufacture, multiwall, kraft, paper, sacks, packaging and cement.


» be good in the sack = ser (muy) bueno en la cama.

Example: Just because a girl dresses provocatively does not mean she's good in the sack.

» drop like + a sack of potatoes = caer (en) redondo, caerse redondo, desplomarse.

Example: This morning I got out of bed and took two steps and my right leg gave out -- I dropped like a sack of potatoes and sprained my ankle.

» get in + the sack (with) = tener relaciones sexuales, tener sexo, follar, echarse un polvo.

Example: Friendship is sacred, and once you get in the sack, there is no going back.

» get + the sack = dar el despido, ser despedido, poner de patitas en la calle.

Example: One in three people go to work with colds because they worry about getting the sack.

» give + Nombre + the sack = despedir, despedir del trabajo, echar del trabajo, poner de patitas en la calle, deshacerse de.

Example: Justin pointed out that the government would not compromise and those found protecting illegal immigrants would be given the sack.

» go down like + a sack of potatoes = caer (en) redondo, caerse redondo, desplomarse.

Example: Then he hit himself in the temple, and he went down like a sack of potatoes.

» gunny sack = bolso de arpillera, bolsa de arpillera, bolso de yute, bolsa de yute, saco de arpillera, saco de yute.

Example: Within an hour of starting to fish he had about ten pounds' weight of fish in his gunny-sack.

» haversack = macuto, mochila.

Example: Prior to 1851 haversacks were made of white linen in a variety of forms and sizes.

» hit + the sack = acostarse, irse a dormir, irse a la cama.

Example: These pants pants are perfect for lazy mornings around the house or having a late night sandwich before hitting the sack.

» hop in(to) + the sack (with) = tener relaciones sexuales, tener sexo, follar, echarse un polvo.

Example: Hopping in the sack isn't just a great time: It's also good for your health.

» jump in + the sack (with) = tener relaciones sexuales, tener sexo, follar, echarse un polvo.

Example: The passion will fade with time -- no matter how eagerly she jumped in the sack when you first started dating.

» knapsack = mochila, macuto.

Example: Carrying cases, such as briefcases, knapsacks, and grocery bags were the second most common possessions held by patrons working in the library.

» paper sack = saco de papel.

Example: For example, we may say `manufacture of paper sacks' or `paper sack manufacture'; `the process of communication' or `the communication process'.

» potato sack race = carrera de sacos.

Example: The potato sack race is another outdoor game that is popular today.

» rucksack = mochila.

Example: Instructional materials can be taken from room to room within the library in mesh carryall bags, rucksacks, and paper carriers.

» sackcloth = tela de saco, arpillera, sayal.

Example: The scythe, to me, conjures up a vision of warm summer days and lingering sunsets, straw hats, sackcloth and shire horses.

» sack race = carrera de sacos.

Example: The sack race and three-legged race have been banned from a school sports day because the children might fall over and hurt themselves.

sack2 = despedir, echar, poner de patitas en la calle. 

Example: The author warns that shortsighted companies that believe all the information they need is on the Web may sack information professionals.

sack3 = saquear. 

Example: The survivors fled in horror while the children and young women were seized as slaves and the village sacked.

Sack synonyms

fire in spanish: , pronunciation: faɪɜr part of speech: noun clear in spanish: , pronunciation: klɪr part of speech: adjective shift in spanish: , pronunciation: ʃɪft part of speech: noun, verb can in spanish: , pronunciation: kæn part of speech: noun, verb net in spanish: , pronunciation: net part of speech: adjective, noun release in spanish: , pronunciation: rilis part of speech: noun, verb discharge in spanish: , pronunciation: dɪstʃɑrdʒ part of speech: noun, verb poke in spanish: , pronunciation: poʊk part of speech: verb, noun pocket in spanish: , pronunciation: pɑkət part of speech: noun dismiss in spanish: , pronunciation: dɪsmɪs part of speech: verb pouch in spanish: , pronunciation: paʊtʃ part of speech: noun sac in spanish: , pronunciation: sæk part of speech: noun plunder in spanish: , pronunciation: plʌndɜr part of speech: noun, verb terminate in spanish: , pronunciation: tɜrməneɪt part of speech: verb hammock in spanish: , pronunciation: hæmək part of speech: noun liberation in spanish: , pronunciation: lɪbɜreɪʃən part of speech: noun dismissal in spanish: , pronunciation: dɪsmɪsəl part of speech: noun chemise in spanish: , pronunciation: ʃəmiz part of speech: noun firing in spanish: , pronunciation: faɪrɪŋ part of speech: noun sacking in spanish: , pronunciation: sækɪŋ part of speech: noun sacque in spanish: , pronunciation: sæk part of speech: noun paper bag in spanish: , pronunciation: peɪpɜrbæg part of speech: noun force out in spanish: , pronunciation: fɔrsaʊt part of speech: verb send away in spanish: , pronunciation: sendəweɪ part of speech: verb give notice in spanish: , pronunciation: gɪvnoʊtəs part of speech: verb give the axe in spanish: , pronunciation: gɪvðəæks part of speech: verb sackful in spanish: , pronunciation: sækfəl part of speech: noun sack up in spanish: , pronunciation: sækʌp part of speech: verb carrier bag in spanish: , pronunciation: kæriɜrbæg part of speech: noun

Sack antonyms

employ pronunciation: emplɔɪ part of speech: verb engage pronunciation: engeɪdʒ part of speech: verb hire pronunciation: haɪɜr part of speech: verb
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