saca las chelas
saca las chelas
1. (informal) (imperative; second person singular) (Andes) (Central America) (Mexico) 
Saca las chelas, Angelina. Va a empezar el partido.Take out the beers, Angelina. The game is about to start.
b. take out the brewskis (colloquial) (United States) 
Compadre, saca las chelas y vamos a brindar por nuestro nuevo negocio.Take out the brewskis, buddy, and let's drink a toast to our new business.
c. take out the brews (colloquial) (United States) 
Saca las chelas, mana. Estoy seca.Take out the brews, sis. I'm really thirsty.
2. (colloquial) (third person singular) (Andes) (Central America) (Mexico) 
a. he takes out the beers (masculine) 
Yo despliego la manta sobre el pasto mientras él saca las chelas.I spread out the blanket on the grass while he takes out the beers.
b. she takes out the beers (feminine) 
Cuando Raquel va a la cocina, saca las cervezas. Están congeladas.When Raquel goes to the kitcen, she takes out the beers. They're frozen.
Glenda saca las cervezas del refri y abre una.Glenda takes out the beers from the fridge and opens one of them.
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