Carla cringed when they kissed in front of other people.
To chinge: sentir vergüenza ajena.
I longed to touch him.
To long to + inf: estar deseando, anhelar.
To long for: echar de menos.
Mother and he had giggled conspiratorially.
He looked dapper.
This kind of talk made Carla feel queasy.
my stomach’s a bit queasytengo el estómago revuelto
They seemed to think that a terrible danger loomed.
(be imminent) avecinarse
Hitler and his mob.
Freda had measles.
She had flet sorry for him when he was sacked.
Lloyd felt weirdly.
de manera rara o extraña.
Anyone who stands in our way will be butchered.
Hitler´s hatred seemed real.
The outburst was also a performance.
Thomas was smarting form the sarcasm of Robert.
to smart FROM sth: resentirse DE algo;
It was a hectic time.
‹ day / week › ajetreado, agitado;
‹ journey / pace › agotador;
‹ activity › frenético, febril
much of the furniture was worn.
he ushered them into the auditorium.
Hacer pasar, acompañar.
He began to wade into the audience.
‹ fight / argument › meterse en;
‹ opponent › emprenderla con (fam), arremeter contra
A man shouldered Lloyd
(push) empujar con el hombro; I was shouldered asideme hicieron a un lado a empujones; to shoulder one’s way abrirse paso a empujones
He lashed out at Werner.
to lash out AT/AGAINST sb (physically) emprenderla a golpes (or patadas etc) CON algn, arremeter CONTRA algn.
(spend freely) (BrE colloq) to lash out (ON sth): we decided to lash out and buy a decent camera decidimos tirar la casa por la ventana y comprarnos una cámaracomo la gente (fam); I had lashed out on a new dress había gastado un montón en comprarme un vestido nuevo (fam)
He hit Volodya in the chest and then in the head and Volodya staggered.