What does gape mean?

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What does gape mean?

1a : to open the mouth wide. b : to open or part widely holes gaped in the pavement. 2 : to gaze stupidly or in openmouthed surprise or wonder gaped at the squabbling monkeys.

What is the meaning of caminar?

to walk

What is the conjugation of caminar?

Present Tense of Caminar

Subject PronounCaminar ConjugationTranslation
yocaminoI walk
caminasyou (singular/informal) walk
él/ella ustedcaminahe/she walks – you (singular/formal) walk
nosotros nosotrascaminamoswe walk

What is a synonym for caminar?

Synonyms. andar; marchar; peregrinar; deambular; circular; pasear; transitar; vagar; recorrer; ir; trasladarse; patear; avanzar.

Is caminar in present tense?

Using the chart below you can learn how to conjugate the Spanish verb caminar in Present tense….Mode: Indicative.

Personal PronounConjugation

How do you use the word gape?

Gape in a Sentence 🔉

  1. The men are sure to gape when they see Teresa in her tiny shorts.
  2. Do you think our daughter will gape in awe when she sees her birthday present?
  3. It was hard to not gape at the contrast of the gigantic dog and its stunted owner.

What type of word is gaping?

verb (used without object), gaped, gap·ing. to stare with open mouth, as in wonder. to open the mouth wide involuntarily, as the result of hunger, sleepiness, or absorbed attention.

What’s the difference between paddock and pasture?

As nouns the difference between paddock and pasture is that paddock is (archaic except in dialects) a frog or toad or paddock can be a small enclosure or field of grassland, especially for horses while pasture is land on which cattle can be kept for feeding.

Does paddock mean toad?

paddock (n. 1) “a toad, a frog,” late 14c., paddok (late 12c.

What does paddock mean in Scottish?

a frog or toad. Also called (Scot): puddock.

What does Sleekit mean in Scottish?

1 chiefly Scotland : sleek, smooth. 2 chiefly Scotland : crafty, deceitful.

How do you say frog in Scottish?

Scottish Word: Corbie.

What is frog in Gaelic?

Foclóir Gaeilge–Béarla (Ó Dónaill): frog.

What are Baffies?

BAFFIES: they’re comfortable, cosy, and ideal for relaxing around the house in. We’re talking, of course, about slippers.

What is baffy slang?

The Broons knew all about words such as “Bauchle”, “Baffies” and “Bosie”. All of these perjorative words are used colloquially in Scotland to describe a person who is foolish, annoying, stupid or a mess, and they all appear in the new edition of the Oxford English Dictionary.

What does Crabbit mean?

(cra·bit) Dialect, chiefly Scot -adj. 1. ill-tempered, grumpy, curt, disagreeable; in a bad mood [esp. in the morning].

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