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pique
[piːk]
noun
1. rabia (f)
  • in a fit of pique en una rabieta
transitive verb
2. molestar
pique [piːk]
noun
resentimiento (m)
to be in a pique estar resentido; to do sth in a fit of pique hacer algo por resentimiento or por despecho
transitive verb
1 (offend)
I was piqued at his refusal to acknowledge me me ofendió que se negara a saludarme
2 (arouse) [+interest, appetite] despertar; [+curiosity] picar
pique
ver picar
masculine noun
1. grudge (enfado)
  • tener un pique con alguien to have a grudge against somebody
2. rivalry (rivalidad)
also:
  • irse a pique to sink; (barco) to go under; (negocio) to fail (plan)
3. bounce (de pelota) (Am)
pique
1 (resentimiento) resentment; pique; (inquina) grudge; (rivalidad) rivalry; competition
tener un pique con algn to have a grudge against sb; tienen (un) pique sobre sus coches they're always trying to outdo one another with their cars; estar de pique to be at loggerheads
2
echar a pique [+barco] to sink; [+futuro, carrera] to wreck; ruin; irse a pique [+barco] to sink; [+esperanza, familia] to be ruined
3
estar a pique de hacer algo (a punto de) to be on the point of doing sth; (en peligro de) to be in danger of doing sth
4 (Latinoamérica) (Minería) (galería) mine shaft; (México) (pozo) drill; well
5 (Latinoamérica) (rebote) bounce; rebound
6 (Centroamérica) (S. Cone) (sendero) trail; narrow path
7 (And) (insecto) jigger flea
pique
(Naipes) spades
pique
[de droga] fix (muy_familiar); shot (familiar)
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