pegar

Me pegaba chicles en el pelo.
He used to stick chewing gum in my hair.
Mi padre me pegaba todos los días con un rastrillo.
My father beat me every day with a rake.
Y la persona que me pegaba era mi padre.
And the person who beat me... was my father.
Mi padre incluso me pegaba con su cinturón.
My father even beat me with his belt.
Es decir, él era el único que me pegaba.
I mean, he was the only one giving me beatings.
Bueno, él me pegaba cuando estábamos casados.
Well, he did hit me when we were married.
Mi padre me pegaba y su padre a él.
My dad hit me, and his dad him.
Usted me pegaba al igual que que utilizó en alta escuela.
You beat me just like you used to in high school.
A pesar de que él me pegaba, seguía dibujando en mis libros.
Despite him hitting me, I still drew in my books.
Dan me pegaba tan fuerte que no podía caminar.
Dan used to beat me so severely that I couldn't walk.
Nunca me pegaba cuando estábamos solos.
Never hit me when we were alone.
No era feliz en mi matrimonio, él me pegaba.
I was in a bad marriage, he hit me.
Mi padre no me pegaba, ¿vale?
My father did not beat me, okay?
Mi abuela me pegaba casi a diario.
My grandmother hit me almost every day.
Bueno, y si me pegaba, ¿qué importa eso?
And even if she did beat me, what would it matter?
Cada vez que hablaba inglés me pegaba.
Every time I spoke English, she beat me.
Él puede decir "papá me pegaba".
He can say "Dad used to hit me".
Él no me pegaba demasiado.
He didn't beat me too much.
Pensé que me pegaba, pero entonces llegó mamá.
I thought I'd had it, but just then Mom came back.
Mi padre me pegaba.
My father used to beat me.
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