allow oneself

allow oneself
darse el gusto de, concederse, permitirse.

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  • allow — v. 1 tr. permit (a practice, a person to do something, a thing to happen, etc.) (smoking is not allowed; we allowed them to speak). 2 tr. give or provide; permit (a person) to have (a limited quantity or sum) (we were allowed pound500 a year). 3… …   Useful english dictionary

  • associate oneself with — allow oneself to be connected with or seen to be supportive of. → associate …   English new terms dictionary

  • show oneself or one's face — allow oneself to be seen; appear in public. → show …   English new terms dictionary

  • show oneself — ► show oneself (or one s face) allow oneself to be seen; appear in public. Main Entry: ↑show …   English terms dictionary

  • deny oneself — 1. To refuse to allow oneself pleasure (in) 2. To exercise self denial • • • Main Entry: ↑deny …   Useful english dictionary

  • give oneself up to — 1) surrender oneself to law enforcement agents 2) dated allow oneself to be taken over by (an emotion or addiction) he gave himself up to pleasure …   Useful english dictionary

  • work oneself up — tv. to allow oneself to become emotionally upset. □ Todd worked himself up, and I thought he would scream. □ Don’t work yourself up over Tracy. She’s not worth it …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • let oneself go — (informal) 1. To allow one s appearance, lifestyle, etc to deteriorate 2. To act without restraint • • • Main Entry: ↑let * * * 1) act in an unrestrained or uninhibited way you need to unwind and let yourself go 2) become careless or untidy in… …   Useful english dictionary

  • take the leave to say — allow oneself to say, give oneself the permission to say …   English contemporary dictionary

  • take the liberty — allow oneself to, feel free to …   English contemporary dictionary

  • to beg to differ — allow oneself to dispute a matter …   English contemporary dictionary