ES correrse
volume_up
{verb}

1. general

correrse
volume_up
to bleed {v.i.} (run)
correrse
volume_up
to hitch up {vb} [Brit.] [coll.] (move up)
correrse
volume_up
to move along {vb} (go further along)
correrse (also: patinar)
volume_up
to slip {v.i.} (slide, shift position)
correrse
volume_up
to smear {v.i.} (paint, ink, lipstick)
correrse
volume_up
to smudge {v.i.} (paint, lipstick, ink)

2. Spain, slang

correrse (also: acabar)
volume_up
to come {v.i.} [coll.] (have orgasm)
correrse (also: acabar, venirse)
volume_up
to come off {vb} [Brit.] [slg.] (have orgasm)
correrse (also: venirse, acabar)
volume_up
to get off {vb} (experience orgasm)

3. "persona", colloquial

correrse (also: adelantar)
correrse
volume_up
to shift over {vb} [coll.]
correrse
volume_up
to shift up {vb} [coll.]

4. "media", Latin America

correrse

5. Spain, vulgar

correrse (also: acabar, venirse, derramarse)
volume_up
to shoot off {vb} [Brit.] [vulg.] (ejaculate)

6. "escurrirse, escabullir", Chile, colloquial

Context sentences for "correrse" in English

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SpanishTambién los niños emplean productos, tales como champú o gel de baño que contienen este tipo de sustancias y no debería correrse ningún riesgo.
Children too use products, such as shampoo and shower soap, containing these substances, and no type of risk should be taken.
Spanishcorrerse un poco
Spanishcorrerse una paja
Spanishcorrerse una paja