ES inflarse

1. general

to billow {v.i.} (swell)
inflarse (also: hincharse)
to billow out {vb} (swell)

2. "velas"

inflarse (also: llenar, proveer, cubrir, llenarse)

3. "beberse", Mexico, colloquial

inflarse (also: tomar, tomarse, abrevar, consumir)
inflarse (also: soplarse, atizarse, empinarse, empiparse)
to down {vb} [coll.]

Context sentences for "inflarse" in English

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SpanishSeñor Schüssel, sólo que no debe inflarse como la masa del Strudel hasta que esté terminada.
But, Mr Schüssel, you cannot stretch it out like strudel pastry until it is ready.
Spanish(SL) Comprendo que el presupuesto debe ser aprobado y también el argumento que no debe inflarse y debe ser razonable.
(SL) I understand that the budget has to be adopted and I also understand the argument that it must not be inflated and that it has to be reasonable.
SpanishAl inflarse y desinflarse con los latidos del corazón, actúa para aumentar el flujo sanguíneo al corazón así como reducir el trabajo del mismo.
By inflating and deflating with beats of the heart it acts to increase blood flow to the heart as well as reduce the amount of work the heart is doing.
SpanishEn el período de duda profunda por la que atraviesan nuestras opiniones públicas, debemos permanecer aún más atentos a no dar pie a las sospechas, siempre prontas a nacer e inflarse.
In this period of deep doubt among the public, we must be even more careful not to allow room for the suspicions which are always so quick to appear and multiply.