precipitar

Y lo que vimos ayer fue, que cada reacción era fortuita. Sólo se precipitaban en el aire y se unían, y algo pasaba.
And what we saw yesterday was every reaction was fortuitous; they just swooped in the air and bound, and something happened.
Centenares de enfermos acudían a aquel lugar; pero eran tantos que cuando el agua era agitada se precipitaban unos sobre otros y pisoteaban a hombres, mujeres y niños más débiles que ellos.
Hundreds of sufferers visited the place, but so great was the crowd when the water was agitated that they rushed forward, trampling underfoot men, women, and children weaker than themselves.
Y los médicos se precipitaban, comprobar su pulso, que se está muriendo, que no tiene un pulso.
And the doctors would rush, check his pulse, he's dying, he doesn't have a pulse.
Estaba desbrozado el camino, pero los acontecimientos se precipitaban en Cuba y comprendí que no era el momento de recibir una beca y estudiar Economía.
The path had been cleared, but events were on the fast track in Cuba and I understood that this was not the time to take a scholarship to go study Economics.
Centenares de enfermos visitaban el lugar; pero era tan grande la muchedumbre cuando el agua se agitaba, que se precipitaban y pisoteaban a los más débiles.
Hundreds of sufferers visited the place; but so great was the crowd when the water was troubled that they rushed forward, trampling underfoot men, women, and children, weaker than themselves.
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