"colear" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

colear
intransitive verb
1. to wag its tail (animal)
2. to drag on (asunto, problema)

colear [co-lay-ar’]
verb neuter
1. To wag the tail (as dogs). (n)
2. To wriggle or move in walking. (n)
  • Todavía colea -> it’s still pending (referring to a business not yet settled)
verb transitive
3. To annoy, to nag. (America)
4. To pursue (a person).
5. In bullfights, to take the bull by the tail, and while running, to overturn him.
verb reflexive
6. To skid (sin control). (Automate)
7. To arrive unexpectedly (huésped).

colear
verbo:transitivo
1 [+toro] to hold on to the tail of
2 (Latinoamérica) (regañar) to nag; give a hard time (familiar)
3 (Centroamérica) (seguir) to tail; follow
verbo:intransitivo
1 [+perro] to wag its tail; [+caballo] to swish its tail; [+pez] to wriggle
2
el asunto todavía colea the affair is still not settled
estar vivito y coleando to be alive and kicking
3 (Centroamérica) (Caribe) (en edad)
colea en los 50 he's close on 50; he's knocking on 50 (familiar)
verbo:pronominal
colearse (Caribe)
1 (Automóviles) to skid (out of control)
2 [+huésped] to arrive unexpectedly o uninvited

Verb Conjugations for "colear" (go to to wag its tail (animal))

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo coleo coleé coleaba colearía colearé
coleas coleaste coleabas colearías colearás
él/ella/Ud. colea coleó coleaba colearía coleará
nosotros coleamos coleamos coleábamos colearíamos colearemos
vosotros coleáis coleasteis coleabais colearíais colearéis
ellos/ellas/Uds. colean colearon coleaban colearían colearán
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