jump off a cliff
jump off a cliff
intransitive verb phrase
1. (general) 
a. saltar de un acantilado (by the sea) 
Have you every done anything really foolish? - Yes. I've jumped off a cliff into a shallow river.¿Alguna vez has hecho algo muy tonto? - Sí. He saltado de un acantilado a un río poco profundo.
I dare you to jump off a cliff in Lauterbrunnen. - I jump off cliffs all of the time. I am a base jumper.Te reto a que saltes de un risco en Lauterbrunnen. - Salto de los riscos todo el tiempo. Practico salto BASE.
c. lanzarse de un acantilado (by the sea) 
My friend became paralyzed when he jumped off a cliff into a lake and hit his head on a rock.Mi amigo se paralizó cuando se lanzó de un acantilado a un lago y se golpeó la cabeza con una roca.
Have you ever gone paragliding? - No, I am afraid to jump off a cliff.¿Alguna vez has hecho parapente? - No, tengo miedo de lanzarme de un risco.
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