Your Canarian Word Of The Day:
- To rob or thief something. Eg. Se metió en la casa de al lado y le bailó las prendas a la vecina. She got into the neighbour’s house and thieved her items of clothing.
- To eat something very quickly. Eg. Le pusieron una bandeja llena de costillas y se las bailó en un santiamén. – He got a tray full of ribs and he scoffed them in the blink of an eye.
- To spend all the money immoderately. Eg. Cuando su padre murió, todas las perras que este tenía ahorradas se las bailó en menos de un año. – When his father died, he spent all the money he had saved in under a year.
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