darle con la correa

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darle con la correa
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to lash with the strap)
a. to strap
¿El abuelo te daba con la correa? - No, nunca lo hizo.Did grandpa strap you? - No, he never did.
b. to beat with the strap
Antiguamente, te podían dar con la correa como forma de castigo en el ejército.In the old days, you could get beat with the strap as a form of punishment in the army.
c. to beat with the belt
El terrateniente era un salvaje que les daba a los campesinos con la correa.The landowner was a savage who beat the peasants with the belt.
d. to whip with the belt
El capitán le dio a un marinero con la correa.The captain whipped a sailor with the belt.
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