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darse un golpe
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to receive a blow; often used with "en" and "con" or "contra")
a. to bump
Me di un golpe en el codo con la puerta, y duele mucho.I bumped my elbow against the door, and it really hurts.
b. to bang
Luis se dio un golpe en la cabeza contra la pared y empezó a sangrar.Luis banged his head against the wall and started to bleed.
c. to hit
Gloria se dio un golpe en la rodilla con el inodoro al salir de la bañera.Gloria hit her knee on the toilet as she was coming out of the bathtub.
d. to knock into
Perdí el control del vehículo y me di un golpe contra una farola.I lost control of the vehicle and knocked into a lamppost.
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