1. (colloquial) (vulgar) (general)
¡Qué cague! Pensé que nos moríamos allí.What a scare! I thought we were going to die there and then.
b. no direct translation (colloquial) (vulgar)
A Sara le entró un cague cuando oyó un grito en medio de la noche.Sara was scared shitless when she heard a scream in the middle of the night.
¡Menudo cague con el aterrizaje forzoso!That emergency landing scared the shit out of me!
a. no direct translation
¡me entró un cague!I was scared as hell! I was bricking it!
le entró un cague de mucho cuidado he was scared shitless (vulgar)
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