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pillar

Mientras que los colonizadores pillaban Américas, los filibusteros franceses intentaban tomar su venganza.
While the colonizers plundered Americas, the French flibustiers tried to take their revenge.
Creo que no pillaban nada, pero algo les conmovía.
I think that they hadn't got it at all, but something had touched them.
Solía hacerlo a menudo... pero siempre me pillaban.
I used to run away a lot... but they always took me back.
Ellos simplemente pillaban cosas.
They just took stuff.
Sabía que si me pillaban entrando en la oficina de la Sra. French, no sería bueno.
I knew if I got caught breaking into Ms. French's office, it would not be good.
Los demás no pillaban nada.
Nobody else could catch one.
Si le pillaban, era seguro que bastante deshonra caería sobre su familia, quizás la suficiente como para garantizar su seppuku.
If he was caught, he could expect considerable dishonor to be brought to his family, perhaps even enough to warrant his seppuku.
Así es como nos pillaban, pero nunca nos castigaron.
But nothing ever happened to us.
A pesar de que lo pillaban en los robos, los ciudadanos lo dejaban ir sabiendo que era el hijo del rey.
Inspite of staling the citizens would set him free knowing him to be the son of the king.
Las noches eran todavía más largas que los días (también para mí), y claro, como a pesar de esa circunstancia seguía fotografiando, algunas fotografías me pillaban de noche, como ésta.
The nights were still longer than the days (also for me), and of course, as in despite of this circumstance I carried on taking photographs, some of them catch me at night, like this one.
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