1. (to pulsate)
2. (to emit a short, harsh cry)
a. to bark
Tiene que haber alguien afuera porque el perro no para de latir.There must be someone outside because the dog won't stop barking.
3. (colloquial) (to suspect) (Costa Rica) (Mexico) (Nicaragua) (South America)
Me late que no llega a tiempo por causa de la nieve.I have a feeling that she'll be late because of the snow.
4. (colloquial) (to seem like a good idea) (Mexico)
Vamos a Coyoacán a tomar un café. - Me late.Let's go to Coyoacan and get coffee. - Sounds good to me.
a. to beat
en sus declaraciones late un cierto nerviosismothere is a certain amount of nervousness lurking in his statements
2. (parecer) ()
a. no direct translation
¿vendrá? — me late que síwill she come? — I have a feeling she will
Verb Conjugations for latir
Present Participle: latiendo
Past Participle: latido
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