mead is the form of mear in the second person plural - View Conjugation
1. (vulgar) (to urinate)
a. to piss (vulgar)
No puedes mear en la calle.You can't piss in the street.
b. to take a piss (vulgar) (United States)
Jorge dijo que tenía que mear.Jorge said he needed to take a piss.
c. to have a piss (vulgar) (United Kingdom)
Pedro fue a mear pero no ha regresado.Pedro went off to have a piss but hasn't come back yet.
d. to pee (colloquial)
No ha podido mear por culpa de la anestesia.He hasn't been able to pee because of the anesthetic.
2. (vulgar) (to urinate on oneself)
a. to piss oneself (vulgar)
Gabriel está a punto de mearse.Gabriel is about to piss himself.
b. to pee oneself (colloquial)
Casi me meo buscando el baño.I nearly peed myself looking for the bathroom.
Me voy a mear si no encontramos un área de descanso dentro de poco.I'm going to wet myself if we don't find a rest area soon.
d. to wet
La niña se meó en la cama.The little girl wet the bed.
1. (general)intransitive verb
a. to piss, to pee
a. to piss, to pee
a. to piss oneself
mearse en la camato wet one's bed
mearse (de risa)to piss oneself laughing
yo con tu hermano me meoI think your brother's a scream
estás meando fuera del tiestoyou've got hold of the wrong end of the stick
intransitive verbto piss (vulgar); have o take a piss (vulgar); (EEUU)
mear fuera del tiesto to miss the point completely
Verb Conjugations for mear
Present Participle: meando
Past Participle: meado
View complete conjugation for mear
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