patearse

Esa bola no va a patearse sola, ¿no?
That ball isn't going to kick itself, is it?
Ya no hace falta patearse las calles de Montmartre o del Soho neoyorquino para sentirse artista.
It is no longer necessary to walk the streets of Montmartre or the New York Soho to feel like an artist.
Ya se nota el cansancio en el cuerpo y sobre todo después de patearse una ciudad de 3 millones de almas en casas de máximo de 3 o 4 plantas.
You can notice the fatigue, especially after kicking a city of 3 million souls, in houses of 3 or 4 plants maximum.
Y le dije al Profesor Kurokawa, "¡Ah!, los arquitectos deben haber querido patearse reprochándose al darse cuenta de que habían cometido un error y habían puesto esta columna al revés."
And I said to Professor Kurokawa, "Wow, the architects must have really been kicking themselves when they realized that they'd made a mistake and put this one upside down."
Resnick y Elder tienen que basarse en su intuición y en patearse las calles.
Resnick and Elder have to rely on their intuition and on their legwork.
Sus miembros no necesitan patearse esta ciudad sin metro, ya que los servicios vienen a ellos.
Members needn't traipse through the metro-deprived city, as all of the services come to them.
Majid, acaba de patearse en dirección a un sentencia de por vida, no se moleste en decir la última palabra.
Majid, you just drop-kicked yourself into a life sentence, don't bother having the last word.
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