"caerse" in English

TRANSLATIONS & EXAMPLES
caerse{verb}
to blow down{vb} (tree, tent)
to come away{vb} (become detached)
to come down{vb} (collapse)
to come off{vb} (detach itself)
to come out{vb} (from proper place)
to drop{v.i.} (fall)
to drop off{vb} (fall off)
to fall{v.i.} (tumble)
Y, por tanto, no puede, como decimos en español, "caerse de las manos" a la hora de leerlo.
Therefore, as we say in Spanish, it should not 'fall out of your hands' when it is being read, because it is so heavy.
caerse de muy alto
to fall from a great height
tiene miedo de caerse
he's afraid he might fall
to fall{v.i.} (from height)
Y, por tanto, no puede, como decimos en español, "caerse de las manos" a la hora de leerlo.
Therefore, as we say in Spanish, it should not 'fall out of your hands' when it is being read, because it is so heavy.
caerse de muy alto
to fall from a great height
tiene miedo de caerse
he's afraid he might fall
to fall in{vb} (tumble in)
Y, por tanto, no puede, como decimos en español, "caerse de las manos" a la hora de leerlo.
Therefore, as we say in Spanish, it should not 'fall out of your hands' when it is being read, because it is so heavy.
caerse de muy alto
to fall from a great height
tiene miedo de caerse
he's afraid he might fall
to fall off{vb} (tumble down from)
to fall off{vb} (break off)
to fall out{vb} (drop out)
Y, por tanto, no puede, como decimos en español, "caerse de las manos" a la hora de leerlo.
Therefore, as we say in Spanish, it should not 'fall out of your hands' when it is being read, because it is so heavy.
to fall over{vb} (person, lamp, stool)
to go down{vb} (fall)
to pitch{v.i.} (fall)
to tip over{vb} (fall over, topple)
to topple{v.i.} (fall)
to tumble{v.i.} (fall)
to boob{vb} [Brit.] [coll.]
to goof{vb} [Amer.] [coll.]
caerse{reflexive verb}
CONTEXT EXAMPLES
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Y, por tanto, no puede, como decimos en español, "caerse de las manos" a la hora de leerlo.
Therefore, as we say in Spanish, it should not 'fall out of your hands' when it is being read, because it is so heavy.
Supongamos que alguien me dice hoy que muchas personas sufren lesiones al caerse de las escaleras mientras cuelgan cortinas.
Say someone were to tell me today that many people are injured falling off ladders whilst hanging curtains.
se produjo varias fracturas al caerse
he incurred several fractures when he fell
se produjo varias fracturas al caerse
he broke several bones when he fell
al caerse, se hizo una herida en la rodilla
he cut his knee when he fell
se pegó tremendo porrazo al caerse
she landed on the floor with a wallop
no tiene dónde caerse muerto
he doesn't have a penny to his name
Si nos dijeran que el avión al que estamos a punto de subir tiene un 50 % de probabilidades de caerse, probablemente no subiríamos a él.
If you were told that a plane that you were about to get on had a 50/50 chance of crashing, you probably would not get on.
No comprendo cómo, en esta cámara, puede caerse tan bajo como para expresar semejantes opiniones y exijo una disculpa, señor Presidente.
I do not understand how, in this House, one can stoop so low as to say such things, and I demand an apology, Mr President.
no tiene donde caerse muerta
she hasn't a penny to her name
tiene miedo de caerse
he's afraid he might fall
caerse de muy alto
to fall from a great height
tiene miedo de caerse
he's afraid of falling
caerse de su propio peso
to be self-evident
caerse por la escalera
to fall downstairs
caerse de su propio peso
to be obvious
caerse del caballo
to lose one's seat
tropezar y caerse
to trip and fall
caerse al suelo
to hit the dirt
tropezar y caerse
to trip over