trenzas is the present form of trenzar in the second person singular - View Conjugation


transitive verb
1. (to interweave) 
a. to braid (United States) 
Me enseñó a hacer rastas y a trenzar cabello.She taught me how to make dreadlocks and braid hair.
b. to plait (United Kingdom) 
Mi hermana me peinaba y trenzaba el cabello todos los días.My sister used to brush and plait my hair every day.
reflexive verb
2. (to interweave) 
a. to braid (United States) 
¿Me trenzo el pelo o me hago una cola de caballo?Should I braid my hair or get a ponytail?
b. to plait (United Kingdom) 
Generalmente me trenzo el cabello cuando todavía está mojado.I usually plait my hair while it is still wet.
pronominal verb
3. (to get entangled with; used with "en") (Latin America) 
a. to get involved 
Se trenzó en la venta de drogas y terminó en la cárcel.He got involved in drug trafficking and ended up in jail.
b. to get embroiled 
No tengo tiempo para trenzarme en una discusión contigo.I don't have time to get embroiled in a discussion with you.
4. (colloquial) (to get into a fight) (River Plate) 
a. to get into a fight 
Los dos jugadores que se trenzaron fueron expulsados del partido.The two players who got into a fight were expelled from the game.
b. to come to blows 
Mi amigo se trenzó a las piñas con un borracho en el bar.My friend came to blows with a drunk guy at the bar.
transitive verb
1. (pelo) 
a. to plait 
b. to braid () 
2. (fibras) 
a. to braid 
transitive verb
[+cabello] to plait; braid; (EEUU) [+pajas, cintas] to plait; (Cos) to braid; [+hilo] to weave; twist (together);
intransitive verb
[+bailarines] to weave in and out; [+caballo] to caper;
pronominal verb
trenzarse (Latinoamérica)
1 (pelear) to come to blows
trenzarse en una discusión to get involved in an argument
Verb Conjugations for trenzar
Gerund: trenzando
Participle: trenzado
The irregular conjugations of this verb are in red.
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