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Old July 05, 2010, 07:41 AM
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Amenaza con reventar

I know it means threaten to blow up, but is it often used figuratively?
(threaten to end/destroy/stop for instance?)
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I know it means threaten to blow up, but is it often used figuratively?
(threaten to end/destroy/stop for instance?)
Right, just like in English.
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