de sopetón
de sopetón
1. (general) 
a. unexpectedly (adverb) 
Íbamos en la carretera cuando una fuerte tormenta cayó de sopetón.We were on the highway when a heavy storm came unexpectedly.
b. suddenly (adverb) 
Me desperté de sopetón cuando sentí el temblor anoche.I suddenly woke up when I felt the earthquake last night.
Un día mientras cenábamos, Mario me dijo de sopetón que nos mudáramos juntos.One day while we were having dinner, Mario told me without warning that we should move in together.
Después de trabajar cinco años en la tienda, Juan renunció de sopetón esta mañana.After working in the store for five years, Juan quit out of the blue this morning.
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