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Old February 24, 2014, 02:14 AM
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Idioms to share!

I have read this Idiom recently and would like to share it with those who are learning spanish like me.

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"Pedir peras al olmo"
literally means "to ask the elm tree for pears"
English Idiom Equivalentt: you're asking an impossible favour.

"Buscarle tres pies al gato".
Literal Translation: To look for three feet of the cat.
English Idiom Equivalent: To go looking for trouble.

but the one I have never got it is :
" culo veo, culo deseo"
if anyone have an explanation for it... Iam waiting for a reply
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