1. (twisted mass)
En menudo enredo nos metimos al tratar de calcular la cuenta.We got into a real mess when it came to working out the check.
Tuve un enredo con las fechas. Pensé que era el 15 pero era el 25.I got into a muddle with the dates. I thought it was the 15th and it was the 25th.
Juan ha tenido varios enredos con su jefe y le han despedido.Juan has had quite a lot of trouble with his boss and he's been fired.
El enredo que vive el protagonista se produce por un malentendido.The complicated situation the main character finds herself in happens because of a misunderstanding.
Los enredos en los que andaba metido le costaron un año de cárcel.The shady business he was involved in cost him a year in jail.
No quiero meterme en enredos de oficina.I don't want to get mixed up in office intrigues.
5. (colloquial) (fling) (Latin America)
a. tangle, knot
a. mess, complicated affair
3. (asunto ilícito)
a. shady affair
4. (teatro & cine)
comedia de enredofarce
a. (love) affair
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