-I will catch
The word pillaré is the future form of pillar in the first person singular.
See the full pillar conjugation


Tarde o temprano os pillaré haciendo algo sobrenatural.
Sooner or later, I'll catch you doing something supernatural.
No te preocupes, lo pillaré la próxima vez.
Don't worry, I'll get him next time.
Creo que te pillaré en Denver.
I think we catch up with you in Denver.
Si, pillaré algo para hacer algo de comida
Yeah, I'll get someone to make some food.
De paso, te pillaré un collar para las pulgas.
While I'm there, I'll pick you up a flea collar.
Primero pillaré una casa en Las Vegas. Sí.
You only get a Vegas residency at first. Yeah.
Si quiere correr, ya le pillaré.
If you want to run ahead, I'll catch up with you.
¿Puedo sentarme o pillaré algo?
Can I sit down, or will I catch something?
El tipo hurtó mi manuscrito, pero no se da cuenta que lo pillaré.
This guy swiped my manuscript, but what he doesn't realize is I'll get him.
No terminamos, le pillaré otra vez.
Erh, we didn't finish, I'll grab hold of him again.
Pero te pillaré la próxima vez.
But I'll get you next time.
Pero te pillaré más tarde.
But I'll catch you later.
Y los pillaré a los dos.
And then I'll get them both.
Te pillaré en la última mentira que dijiste.
I'll get the last time you lied.
Creo que yo me pillaré una.
I think I might get one.
Ya te pillaré, Margaret.
I'll catch up with you, Margaret.
No, nunca lo pillaré.
No, I'll never get him.
Entonces pillaré algo de esto la próxima vez?
So, will you give me this next time?
Me pillaré el siguiente.
I'll get the next one.
Os pillaré más tarde chicos.
I'll catch you guys later.
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