Present perfectél/ella/ustedconjugation ofarañar.
¿Qué has dicho que ha sido lo que te ha arañado?
What did you say it was that scratched you?
Una nube me ha arañado la mejilla.
A cloud caught me across the cheek.
Un gato me ha arañado.
A cat scratched me.
Que la gata me ha arañado.
The cat scratched me.
Pero como también saben, apenas si se ha arañado la superficie.
But as you also know, only the surface has been scratched.
¿Qué has dicho que ha sido lo que te ha arañado?
What did you say it was that scratched you?
Donde te ha arañado, déjame verlo.
Where she scratched you, Let's see it.
¿Y qué ha pasado, ella te ha arañado?
What's this, did she scratch you?
Pues parece que te ha arañado.
Looks like he scratched you.
Mira, me ha arañado.
Look, she clawed me.
Te ha arañado a conciencia, ¿eh?
He scratched you up real bad, didn't he?
Dennis me ha arañado. Mac estaba haciendo eso de intentar sacarme un tema casualmente, como si no me diera cuenta. ¡Ven a mí de hombre a hombre!
Dennis scratched me. Mac was doing that thing where he tries to casually bring something up to me, like I don't notice. Come to me like a man!
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