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

leg
[leg]
sustantivo
1. pierna (f) (of person); pata (f) (of animal, table, chair); pernera (f) (of trousers); pierna (f) (cocina) (of lamb); muslo (m) (cocina) (of chicken)
2. etapa (f) (of journey, race)
3. (idioms)
  • to pull somebody's leg -> tomar el pelo a alguien
  • shake a leg! -> ¡muévete!
  • to show a leg -> levantarse (get up)
  • you don't have a leg to stand on -> no tienes a qué agarrarte
  • he was given a leg up -> le echaron una mano or un cable (was helped)
  • to get one's leg over (very familiar) -> echar un polvo(have sex) (británico), coger (Am), chingar (español de México)
verbo transitivo (pt & pp legged)
4. (familiar)
  • to leg it -> salir zumbando (hurry)

leg [leg]
sustantivo
1. Pierna; pata de las aves y animales.
2. Pie, la base sobre que se maniente el cuerpo de alguna cosa; pata.
  • Leg of a table -> pata de una mesa
3. La parte de una prenda de ropa que cubre la pierna; caña de media.
4. Espacio recorrido por un buque en una bordada. (Marina)
5. Lado de un triángulo que no es su base.
  • Leg-bail -> (Vulg.) Huida, fuga de la cárcel o custodia
  • To take leg-bail -> tomar las de Villadiego
  • On one’s last legs -> a la muerte, agonizante, literal y figuradamente; exhausto de recursos
  • On o upon its legs -> en pie, firmemente establecido
  • To get on one’s legs -> (a) Levantarse para dirigir la palabra a una cámara o concurso
  • To give a leg to -> ayudar a montar un caballo afirmando la pierna
  • Not to have a leg to stand on -> hallarse enteramente sin recursos; no saber por qué lado echar
  • Not to leave one a leg to stand on -> poner a uno entre la espada y la pared
  • To pull one’s leg -> obtener dinero o favores de una persona por engaño
  • To pull someone’s leg -> tomar el pelo a alguien
(b) Recobrar la salud.

leg [leɡ]
noun
1 [of person] pierna (f); [of animal, bird, insect] pata (f); [of furniture] (one of set) pata (f); (central support) pie (m); [of trousers] pernera (f); [of stocking] caña (f)
my leg is hurting she broke a leg a year ago Tina sat with her legs crossed Gita had long, thin, brown legs... ...the legs of a spider... Their hind legs are enormously powerful. The legs of the trousers have poppers down the sides so you can easily pull them on over boots The wind flapped at the legs of my shorts. he hoisted up his trouser leg to show his scar I felt my trouser leg being tugged by a hand The teak table has fluted legs ...tables with metal legs the legs of the chair
artificial leg pierna (f) ortopédica or artificial; wooden leg pierna (f) de madera; pata (f) de palo (informal)
he had a wooden leg
he was the fastest thing on two legs era rápido donde los haya
isn't he the most gorgeous thing on two legs?
to give sb a leg up (Britain) aupar a algn; dar un empujoncito a algn (informal); echar un cable a algn (informal)
The horse stood quietly while Michael gave Alison a leg-up can you give me a leg up? I asked Tim to give me a leg up onto the wall a good primary education can give your child a leg up BT has made clear that any new rivals should not be given a leg-up by the regulators
to get one's or a leg over (have sex) darse un revolcón (informal)
anyone who didn't get his leg over and smoke a few joints wasn't regarded as a normal human being all they really want to do is get their leg over he had tried unsuccessfully to get a leg over
to be on its/one's last legs estar en las últimas
the company is on its last legs la compañía está en las últimas (informal); the washing machine is on its last legs la lavadora está en las últimas (informal)
the Warsaw Pact is on its last legs the empire was clearly on its last legs that sweater of yours is on its last legs he could see Bull was on his last legs
to pull sb's leg tomar el pelo a algn
of course I won't tell them; I was only pulling your leg
to shake a leg (hurry) espabilarse; (dance) menear or mover el esqueleto (informal)
you'd better shake a leg if you want to be down in time for breakfast No way would you want to shake a leg to any of these tracks to show a leg
show a leg! ¡a levantarse!
he hasn't got a leg to stand on (in case, argument) no tiene donde agarrarse (informal)
my solicitor says I don't have a leg to stand on "I could still sue the museum." - "I suppose you could try but you'd never win. Our lawyers said you wouldn't have a leg to stand on Any solicitor will tell you, if you're cohabiting and the man leaves you, you haven't got a leg to stand on. He has no financial obligation towards you to stretch one's legs
2 (Cookery) [of lamb, mutton, pork] pierna (f); [of chicken, turkey] muslo (m); pata (f)
leg of lamb She was roasting a leg of lamb in the oven
frogs' legs ancas (f) de rana
3 (stage) [of journey] tramo (m); etapa (f); [of race] etapa (f); manga (f); [of championship] vuelta (f)
the first leg of the journey was by boat He has now flown on to Jordan on the second leg of his five-nation tour the final leg of the race The first round of the cup was decided over two legs... They will televise both legs of Leeds' European Cup clash with Rangers
verb:transitive
to leg it (go on foot) ir a pata (informal); (run) echarse una carrera (informal); (run away) salir por piernas or patas (informal)
refugees who had successfully legged it through the mountains and the river gorges, past the patrols, and across the border
we had to leg it out of the shop Maurice legged it when a policeman came along Smoke came billowing into the plane. To be honest, I didn't wait around I just legged it she hoisted up her skirt and legged it to the corner remangó la falda y se echó una carrera hasta la esquina we legged it down the road Bob legged it to get help while I stayed with Debbie
modifier
leg bone (n) tibia (f)
leg iron (n) (Med) aparato (m) ortopédico
leg irons (n) (for prisoner) grilletes (m)
He was arrested, put into leg irons and taken to prison Police methods have involved dragging school-boys out of classrooms and putting suspects in leg-irons
leg muscles (n) músculos (m) de las piernas
leg room (n) sitio (m) para las piernas
have you got enough leg room?

Verb Conjugations for "leg" (go to la pierna)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I leg I legged I will leg
you leg you legged you will leg
he/she legs he/she legged he/she will leg
we leg we legged we will leg
you leg you legged you will leg
they leg they legged they will leg
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