dar papayaintransitive verb phrase
1. (colloquial) (to put yourself in a position where people can take advantage of you) (Colombia)
Me robaron el celular ayer. - Eso te pasa por dar papaya y andar en la fiesta hasta la madrugada.My cellphone got stolen yesterday. - That's what you get for tempting fate and staying out until the wee hours.
¿Dejaste abierta la puerta de tu casa toda la noche? - Parce, está dando papaya.You left your front door open all night? - Man, you're tempting fate.
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