En las noches despejadas, mis amigos suben a la azotea de su casa a ver estrellas.On clear nights, my friends go up to the terraced roof of their house to look at the stars.
b. terrace roof
Nosotros colgamos la ropa a secar al sol en la azotea.We hung our clothes out to dry in the sun on the terrace roof.
c. flat roof
A mi gato le gusta cazar lagartos en la azotea.My cat likes to hunt lizards on the flat roof.
2. (colloquial) (figurative) (brain)
a. head (colloquial)
Yo creo que Simón está mal de la azotea; anda cantando a voz en grito por la calle.I think Simon's off his head; he walks down the street singing at the top of his lungs.
1. (de edificio)
a. terraced roof
2. (fam fig)
estar mal de la azoteato be funny in the head
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