ES plantarse
volume_up
{verb}

1. general

plantarse
volume_up
to stick {v.i.} (in card games)

2. equestrianism

plantarse (also: rehusar)
volume_up
to jib {v.i.}

3. "beberse", South America, colloquial

plantarse (also: soplarse, inflarse, atizarse, empinarse)
volume_up
to down {vb} [coll.]
plantarse (also: zamparse, atizarse, empinarse, empiparse)
volume_up
to knock back {vb} [coll.]

4. "en un vicio", South America, colloquial

plantarse
volume_up
to give up {vb} [coll.]
plantarse

5. "comerse", South America, colloquial

plantarse (also: pulirse, machacarse, meterse, despacharse)
volume_up
to put away {vb} [coll.]
plantarse (also: devorar, soplarse, empacarse, zamparse)
volume_up
to wolf down {vb} [coll.]

Synonyms (Spanish) for "plantarse":

plantarse
plantar

Context sentences for "plantarse" in English

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SpanishEl conjunto de la sociedad debe plantarse contra la violencia.
A man got out of one of the centres where drunkards are taken to sober up.
SpanishAdemás, han de plantarse árboles para evitar la desertización.
In addition, trees must be planted in order to prevent desertification.
SpanishEn el ámbito de la producción eso implica que deben volver a plantarse nuevas plantas después de la recolección.
In production, that means that crops must be replanted after harvesting.
SpanishEl conjunto de la sociedad debe plantarse contra la violencia.
The whole of society must make a stand against violence.
SpanishOcasionalmente, tendrán que plantarse y no ceder ante una exigencia de los Gobiernos o de este Parlamento.
Mr Barroso, you and your team have shown a willingness to listen to the concerns of this Parliament.
SpanishOcasionalmente, tendrán que plantarse y no ceder ante una exigencia de los Gobiernos o de este Parlamento.
Occasionally you will have to stand up and not give in to every demand from governments or this Parliament.
SpanishPor ello quisiera pedir que de una vez haya predisposición a negociar, no plantarse tercamente y simplemente no estar dispuesto a debatir conjuntamente un asunto.
That is why I should like to ask that at long last we be prepared to negotiate on this and not dig our heels in and simply refuse to discuss anything with each other.