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Traduções principais
meter put, place, deposit
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Traduções principais
cram in vtr informal (fit in: a large amount)enfiar, meter vt
  (encher em excesso)abarrotar vt
 I was able to cram in another few hours of work before I had to leave.
Traduções complementares
stick vtr (place in position) (colocar)meter, enfiar vt
 The dog stuck his head out the window.
lug [sth] vtr figurative (bring [sth] up) (figurado: na conversa)meter, enfiar vt
  mencionar vt
 Fred was very self-important and had to lug his own problems into every conversation.
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bang [sb] up vtr phrasal sep UK, slang (put in prison) (colocar na cadeia)pôr em cana, meter em cana loc vt
 He got banged up for robbing the local liquor store.
bludgeon vtr (beat with a weapon)cacetear vt
  meter o cacete, porrete loc vt
break your neck v expr figurative (make effort) (POR: figurado)dar tudo por tudo expres v
  (BRA: figurado)meter a cara expres v
cram vi informal (prepare for an exam)estudar muito expres v
  meter a cara nos livros expres v
 Carol tried to pass the test by cramming the night before.
get in the way vi (be an obstacle) (ser um obstáculo)interpor-se vp
  colocar-se entre; meter-se de permeio loc vp
 I couldn't see much of the parade because a tall fat man got in the way.
get in trouble,
get into trouble
informal (be punished for doing [sth](ser punido por fazer algo)causar problemas loc vt
  arrumar problemas loc vt
  envolver-se em problemas loc vp
  meter-se em problemas
 I often got into trouble with my teachers.
get into trouble v expr (be punished for wrongdoing)meter-se em apuros expres
 Sarah gets into trouble at school every day because she won't stop talking in class.
go and do [sth] v expr (proceed to do)meter a mão na massa exprexpression: Prepositional phrase, adverbial phrase, or other phrase or expression--for example, "behind the times," "on your own."
interfere vi (meddle) (intrometer)interferir, intervir viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived."
  (informal)se intrometer vp
  (vulgar)se meter vp
 Mike interfered when his son was playing football, and was banned from attending his games.
interfere in [sth] vi + prep (meddle in [sth](intrometer-se em algo)interferindo vt
  (vulgar: ser obstáculo)se meter vp
  (gíria, vulgar: ser obstáculo)meter o bedelho expres
 My sister is always interfering in my love life.
mess around with [sth],
UK: also mess about
vi phrasal + prep
informal (spoil by fussing) (estragar algo, maltratar)meter a mão loc vt
  (figurado)mexer vt
 Your painting is fine now; don't mess around with it any more or you will ruin it.
mess with [sth] vtr phrasal insep slang (meddle with) (figurado)meter o bedelho expres v
  intrometer-se com vp + prep
 I'm sick of you messing with things that don't concern you!
nose around vi informal (pry, snoop) (informal - bisbilhotar)meter o nariz loc v int
 The detective decided to nose around the slums to see what mischief was afoot.
poke into [sth] vi + prep figurative (be nosy, pry)intrometer-se, se meter vp
  (figurado, gíria)enfiar o nariz em expres v
 Robert's father was always poking into his private life.
pull to pieces vtr figurative (criticize, discredit: idea) (criticar, desacreditar: ideia)arrasar vt
  (informal)meter o pau expres v
 The teacher pulled my essay to pieces.
screw [sth] up,
screw up [sth]
vtr phrasal sep
informal (ruin or spoil) (arruinar)estragar vt
  (informal)meter os pés pelas mãos expres v
  (informal)dar mancada expres v
 I've totally screwed up this soup by putting too much salt in it.
shoo vi informal (go away, leave) (informal)vazar v int
  (informal)cair fora expres v
  (informal)meter o pé expres v
 Mum told us to shoo when we pestered her for snacks.
snoop vi (pry, investigate)bisbilhotar v int
  (informal)meter o nariz loc vt
 I was snooping around in his room and found this photograph.
speed away vi phrasal (leave very rapidly)voar v int
  (informal)desaparecer vt
  (figurado, informal)meter o pé expres v
 The cops got there just in time to see the robbers speed away in their car.
tangle with [sb/sth] vtr phrasal insep informal, figurative (get involved with) (informal, figurado)misturar-se com algo ou alguém, envolver-se com algo ou alguém vp
  (informal, gíria)meter-se com algo ou alguém vp
 You don't want to tangle with the Mafia: it could get you killed.
twat [sb] vtr UK, vulgar, slang (hit, strike) (vulgar)meter porrada expres v
 He twatted me round the head with the back of his hand.
 Ele meteu porrada na minha cabeça com as costas da mão.
walk in vi + adv (enter without invitation) (entrar sem ser convidado)entrar vt
  meter-se vp
 It is better to knock first than simply walk in.
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