1. (to sit or lie in the sun) (Latin America)
a. to sunbathe
Era un día caluroso y la gente se asoleaba en la playa.It was a hot day, and people were sunbathing on the beach.
¿Dónde está Valeria? - Se está asoleando en la cubierta.Where's Valeria? - She's sunbathing on the deck.
2. (to get too much sun) (Latin America)
3. (to leave under the sun)
Marcos recogió de la cuerda la ropa que tenía asoleada.Marcos picked from the line the clothes he had hung out in the sun.
Estos chiles hay que asolearlos bien.These chili peppers need to be dried in the sun.
El dispositivo se recarga al asolearlo un rato.The device recharges when put out in the sun for a while.
a. to bask in the sun ()
Verb Conjugations for asolear
Present Participle: asoleando
Past Participle: asoleado
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