juerga


juerga
f.
1 rave-up, binge (informal).
irse de juerga to go out on the town
estar de juerga to be partying
montar una juerga to party, to have a rave-up (British)
tomar algo a juerga to take something as a joke
¡qué juerga nos pasamos anoche con su primo! what a laugh we had with her cousin last night!
2 drunken party, drinking session, rave-up, wassail.
3 merrymaking.
4 spree, boisterous merrymaking, drinking bout, good time.
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juerga
nombre femenino
1 familiar rave-up, bash
está siempre de juerga he's always out having a good time, he's always out partying
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FRASEOLOGÍA
correrse una juerga to have a ball
irse de juerga to go out on the town
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femenino (fam)

ir de juerga — to go out on the town o out partying (colloq)

organizar una juerga — to have o throw a party

correrse una juerga — (fam) to have a ball o a great time (colloq)

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= bash, revels, bout of boozing, drinking bout, boozing bout, partying, beano.
Ex. The 'Book bash' designed to recruit special needs children and their families to the library.
Ex. Virtually all of the revels at court and many of the temporary, purpose built banqueting houses used to celebrate diplomatic occasions between 1543 and 1559 were produced and built under the supervision of Sir Thomas Cawarden.
Ex. Did you know that heavy bouts of boozing damages the red muscle fibres you need for endurance?.
Ex. For the most part it is a story of bug-ridden rooms in working-men's hotels, of fights, drinking bouts, cheap brothels, Russian refugees, cadging.
Ex. After another of his boozing bouts his bride-to-be throws him out of her house.
Ex. The party raged into the early morning hours drawing the attention of police, who have increased patrols in the area because of end of the year partying.
Ex. Things take a turn for the unexpected, however, when Herman suggests that the three of them head off for a beano by the sea.
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* correrse una juerga = have + a ball, have + a great time.
* de juerga = out on the town, a (late) night out on the town.
* irse de juerga = paint + the town red, go out on + the town.
* juerga de cerveza = beer bash.
* salir de juerga = go out + boozing, paint + the town red, go out on + the town.
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femenino (fam)

ir de juerga — to go out on the town o out partying (colloq)

organizar una juerga — to have o throw a party

correrse una juerga — (fam) to have a ball o a great time (colloq)

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= bash, revels, bout of boozing, drinking bout, boozing bout, partying, beano.

Ex: The 'Book bash' designed to recruit special needs children and their families to the library.

Ex: Virtually all of the revels at court and many of the temporary, purpose built banqueting houses used to celebrate diplomatic occasions between 1543 and 1559 were produced and built under the supervision of Sir Thomas Cawarden.
Ex: Did you know that heavy bouts of boozing damages the red muscle fibres you need for endurance?.
Ex: For the most part it is a story of bug-ridden rooms in working-men's hotels, of fights, drinking bouts, cheap brothels, Russian refugees, cadging.
Ex: After another of his boozing bouts his bride-to-be throws him out of her house.
Ex: The party raged into the early morning hours drawing the attention of police, who have increased patrols in the area because of end of the year partying.
Ex: Things take a turn for the unexpected, however, when Herman suggests that the three of them head off for a beano by the sea.
* correrse una juerga = have + a ball, have + a great time.
* de juerga = out on the town, a (late) night out on the town.
* irse de juerga = paint + the town red, go out on + the town.
* juerga de cerveza = beer bash.
* salir de juerga = go out + boozing, paint + the town red, go out on + the town.

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juerga
feminine
(fam)
partying
anoche nos fuimos de juerga last night we went out on the town o we went out partying (colloq)
organizar or montar una juerga to have o throw a party
no puedo estar todas las noches de juerga I can't live it up every night, I can't go out on the town every night (colloq)
correrse una juerga (fam); to have a ball o a great time (colloq)
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juerga sustantivo femenino (fam):
ir de juerga to go out on the town o out partying (colloq);

organizar una juerga to have o throw a party
juerga f fam binge, rave-up
correrse una juerga, to go on a binge

'juerga' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
amiguete
- compinche
- correrse
- desmadre
- jarana
- jolgorio
- farra
English:
approve of
- binge
- booze-up
- fling
- night
- out
- piss-up
- spree
- bash
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juerga nf
Fam
montar una juerga to party, Br to have a rave-up;
correrse una juerga, irse de juerga to go out on the town;
estar de juerga to be partying;
tomar algo a juerga to take sth as a joke;
¡qué juerga nos pasamos anoche con su primo! what a laugh we had with her cousin last night!
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juerga
f fam
partying fam ;
irse de juerga go out on the town fam , go out partying fam ;
correrse una juerga have a ball fam
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juerga nf
: partying, binge
irse de juerga: to go on a spree
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juerga n party [pl. parties]
organizaron una gran juerga they had a big party
irse de juerga to go out on the town

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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