ES aporrear
volume_up
[aporreando|aporreado] {verb}

1. general

aporrear
Hace tan solo unos días, la policía aporreó violentamente a mujeres que se manifestaban pacíficamente en Estambul.
Only a few days ago, police violently beat women who were demonstrating peacefully in Istanbul.
aporrear
aporrear (also: percutir, acertar, golpear, achocar)
aporrear (also: apalear, pegarle a)
Las focas se despellejan vivas, se las aporrea y se las abandona hasta que se atragantan con su propia sangre.
The seals are skinned alive, clubbed and left to choke on their own blood.
aporrear (also: golpear)
volume_up
to pound [pounded|pounded] {v.t.} (table, door)
Actualmente vive en el Noroeste de los Estados Unidos con su mujer y su hija, y dedica su tiempo a mirar las nubes que amenazan lluvia y a aporrear palabras en su teclado.
He lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and daughter, staring out at the rain clouds as he pounds out letters on his keyboard.
aporrear (also: golpear)
volume_up
to pound [pounded|pounded] {v.i.} (strike, beat)
Actualmente vive en el Noroeste de los Estados Unidos con su mujer y su hija, y dedica su tiempo a mirar las nubes que amenazan lluvia y a aporrear palabras en su teclado.
He lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and daughter, staring out at the rain clouds as he pounds out letters on his keyboard.

2. colloquial

aporrear
volume_up
to bang out {vb} [coll.] (play)

Synonyms (Spanish) for "aporrear":

aporrear

Context sentences for "aporrear" in English

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Spanishempezó a aporrear la puerta
Spanishaporrear a algn en la cabeza
SpanishActualmente vive en el Noroeste de los Estados Unidos con su mujer y su hija, y dedica su tiempo a mirar las nubes que amenazan lluvia y a aporrear palabras en su teclado.
He lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and daughter, staring out at the rain clouds as he pounds out letters on his keyboard.