contornearse

= swagger, strut, wiggle.
Ex. The paradox is that the war that was supposed to let them swagger and strut in the world was actually impeding their swagger and strut in the world.
Ex. The paradox is that the war that was supposed to let thenm swagger and strut in the world was actually impeding their swagger and strut in the world.
Ex. I have read that 'Spanish men are twice as likely to wiggle their ears as are women,' but don't know the trustworthiness of this statistic.
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= swagger, strut, wiggle.

Ex: The paradox is that the war that was supposed to let them swagger and strut in the world was actually impeding their swagger and strut in the world.

Ex: The paradox is that the war that was supposed to let thenm swagger and strut in the world was actually impeding their swagger and strut in the world.
Ex: I have read that 'Spanish men are twice as likely to wiggle their ears as are women,' but don't know the trustworthiness of this statistic.


Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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