ES comerse
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[comiéndose|comido] {verb}

1. general

comerse (also: picar)
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to eat away {vb} (moths)
comerse
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to eat into {vb} (profits, savings)
es muy capaz de comerse seis huevos en el desayuno
he'll quite happily eat six eggs for breakfast
to eat sb alive
comerse (also: comer, liquidar)
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to run away with {vb} (use up)

2. "estrellarse contra"

comerse
comerse (also: chocar)

3. "enfático"

comerse (also: comer, consumir, injerir, morfar)
Nuestros antepasados sabían muy bien que no había que comerse a los animales que se morían.
Our forefathers knew perfectly well that animals that had died of natural causes should not be eaten.
es muy capaz de comerse seis huevos en el desayuno
he'll quite happily eat six eggs for breakfast
to eat sb alive

4. games

comerse
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to jump [jumped|jumped] {v.t.} (leap over)

5. "ser muy superior"

comerse (also: aventajar, trasponer)

6. colloquial

comerse (also: consumir, tragarse)
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to swallow up {vb} (use up)

7. "poseer sexualmente", Colombia, colloquial

comerse
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to have [had|had] {vb} [coll.]
Nuestros antepasados sabían muy bien que no había que comerse a los animales que se morían.
Our forefathers knew perfectly well that animals that had died of natural causes should not be eaten.
Esto se parece a la táctica del salami, uno va comiendo finas lonchas hasta que termina por comerse el fiambre entero.
This looks like salami tactics, where you keep having small slices rammed down your throat until you end up having eaten the whole sausage.

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SpanishNuestros antepasados sabían muy bien que no había que comerse a los animales que se morían.
Our forefathers knew perfectly well that animals that had died of natural causes should not be eaten.
SpanishEsto se parece a la táctica del salami, uno va comiendo finas lonchas hasta que termina por comerse el fiambre entero.
This looks like salami tactics, where you keep having small slices rammed down your throat until you end up having eaten the whole sausage.
Spanishcomerse un marrón
Spanishno comerse un colín
Spanishcomerse las uñas
Spanishcomerse los santos
Spanishcomerse el coco