cabrear
transitive verb
1. (colloquial) (to infuriate) 
a. to piss off (vulgar) 
Mi sobrino cabreó a su mamá y ahora le están riñendo.My nephew pissed off his mom and now he's getting scolded.
2. (colloquial) (to tire out) (Bolivia) (Chile) (Panama) (Paraguay) 
Me cabrea ir a bailar al mismo sitio cada sábado.I'm fed up of going dancing to the same place every Saturday.
cabrearse
pronominal verb
3. (colloquial) (to get furious) 
a. to get pissed off (vulgar) 
¿Soy el único que se cabrea por el ruido que hacen los vecinos?Am I the only one who gets pissed off at how noisy the neighbors are?
b. to get pissed (vulgar) (United States) 
Juro que si David vuelve a llegar tarde, me cabreo.I swear I'm going to get pissed if David's late again.
Es normal cabrearse cuando uno se frustra.It's normal to get mad when you feel frustrated.
4. (colloquial) (to get tired of; used with "de") (Bolivia) (Chile) (Panama) (Paraguay) 
Nos cabreamos de chocolate en las vacaciones en Suiza.We got fed up with chocolate during our vacation in Switzerland.
cabrear
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. no direct translation 
cabrear a alguiento piss somebody off
pronominal verb
2. (general) 
a. to get really 
b. pissed off o (United Kingdom) 
c. pissed (United States) 
cabrear
transitive verb
to piss off (vulgar)
pronominal verb
cabrearse
1 (enfadarse) to get pissed off (vulgar)
2 (sospechar) to get suspicious
3 (S. Cone) (aburrirse) to get bored
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