Coser in English | Spanish to English Translation
coser
transitive verb
1. (to stitch together)
a. to sew
Mi novio puede coser un saco de dormir dentro de tres días. My boyfriend can sew a sleeping bag in under three days.
2. (medicine)
a. to stitch
El doctor cosió la herida abierta sin anestesia.The doctor stitched the open wound without anesthesia.
intransitive verb
3. (to stitch together)
a. to sew
Cose para ganarse la vida.She sews to earn her living.
coser
transitive verb
1. to sew (con hilo)
  • coser un botón to sew on a button
2. to staple (together) (con grapas)
3. (expresiones)
  • coser a alguien a balazos to riddle somebody with bullets
  • coser a cuchilladas to stab repeatedly
intransitive verb
4. to sew
  • ser coser y cantar (informal figurative) to be child's play o a piece of cake
coser
transitive verb
1 [+vestido] to sew; sew up; [+botón] to sew on; stitch on
es cosa de coser y cantar it's easy as pie (familiar); it's as simple as ABC (familiar)
2 (Med) to stitch; stitch up; (Náutica) to lash
coser con grapas to staple
3 (unir) to unite; join closely;con to
4
coser a algn a balazos to riddle sb with bullets
coser a algn a puñaladas to stab sb repeatedly; carve sb up (familiar)
lo encontraron cosido a puñaladas his body was found full of stab wounds
intransitive verb
to sew
pronominal verb
coserse
coserse con algn to become closely attached to sb
Verb Conjugations for coser
Gerund: cosiendo
Participle: cosido
Indicative
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yocosocosícosíacoseríacoseré
cosescosistecosíascoseríascoserás
él/ella/Ud.cosecosiócosíacoseríacoserá
nosotroscosemoscosimoscosíamoscoseríamoscoseremos
vosotroscoséiscosisteiscosíaiscoseríaiscoseréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.cosencosieroncosíancoseríancoserán
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