Spanish Word for shave  

English Word: shave

Spanish Word: afeitar
The Spanish Word for shave
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My friends shave themselves every day.
Mis amigos se afeitan todos los días.
If we shave with the faucet open, we will use too much water in each shaving.
Si nos afeitamos con el grifo abierto gastamos mucha agua en cada afeitada.
When did you shave? I shaved this morning at eight.
¿Cuándo te afeitaste? Yo me afeité esta mañana, a las ocho.
When are you going to shave your mustache?
¿Cuándo te vas a afeitar el bigote?
Carlos needs to shave.
Carlos necesita afeitarse.
I shave daily.
Me afeito a diario.
If you shave daily, more beard you will have.
Si te afeitas a diario te sale más barba.
With which razor blade do you guys shave?
¿Con que cuchilla os afeitais?
Why do they not shave?
¿Porque no se afeitan?
The team members always shave the rookies’ heads.
Los miembros del equipo siempre afeitan las cabezas de los novatos.
You didn't shave since when? You look like a porcupine!
¿Desde cuándo no te afeitas? ¡Pareces un puerco espín!
Most women shave their armpits.
La mayoría de las mujeres se rasuran las axilas.
He didn't shave this morning.
El no se afeitó esta mañana.
I am going to shave later.
Me voy a afeitar mas tarde.
Roberto is going to shave (himself).
Roberto va a afeitarse.

It is true that we have had a close shave.
Sin duda, eso viene de lejos.
We had a close shave when the German Constitutional Court examined the framework decision on the European arrest warrant and came very close to contesting its legitimacy.
Conseguimos escapar por lo pelos cuando el Tribunal Constitucional alemán sometió a examen la Decisión marco sobre la orden de arresto europeo y estuvo muy cerca de impugnar su legitimidad.
Secondly, I think bondholders will have to pay a price - if not a haircut then, at the very least, they deserve a bit of a shave.
En segundo lugar, creo que los titulares de bonos deben pagar un precio; si no ya un corte de pelo, al menos una afeitada.
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