2. (colloquial) (figurative) (escort) (Spain)
Si solo salen Julia y Luis, me quedo en casa. No quiero hacer de carabina.If only Julia and Luis are going to go out, I'd rather stay at home. I don't want to play chaperone.
Cuando Sara era adolescente, su padre quería ir de carabina para evitar que se besara con chicos.When Sara was a teenager, her father always wanted to play chaperon to prevent her from kissing guys.
a. carbine, rifle
2. (fam fig)
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