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From the Spanish verb liar:
lío is:
   1st person singular (yo) Present Indicative

lí·o  Masculine - Noun - Singular
  1. Translate "lío" to English: mess, mix-up, problem, clutter, difficulty, fuss, hang-up, hassle, hoo-ha, muddle, scrape, shambles, tough spot, carry-on, hot water, imbroglio, muss, pickle, tricky situation
    Spanish Synonyms of "lío": apuro, complicación, berenjenal, bronca, fárrago, batiburrillo, burundanga, carajal
    Define meaning of "lío": Enredo, embrollo, confusión. ; Follón, barullo, gresca, desorden.

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  3. Translate "lío" to English: bundle
    Spanish Synonyms of "lío": bulto, fajo, haz, legajo, manojo, atadijo, atado, envoltijo, fardo, hato
    Define meaning of "lío": Paquete, petate, fardo atado de ropa u otras cosas.

Conceptually-related expressions of "lío"
liar  Verb
  1. Translate "liar" to English: tie up, bind, tie, bundle up, make into a bundle, tie in bundles, swathe
    Spanish Synonyms of "liar": amarrar, atar, ligar, sujetar, acordonar, poner ataduras a, sujetar con amarras, afrenillar
    Define meaning of "liar": Atar y asegurar fardos y grandes cargas con sogas resistentes. ; Envolver algo en papel y atarlo con cuerdas o cintas.
  2. El cazador lía los manojos, The hunter ties up the bundles.

  3. Translate "liar" to English: roll
    Spanish Synonyms of "liar": arrollar, devanar, enrollar
    Define meaning of "liar": Liar, enrollar, envolver una cosa en forma de rollo. Enrollar. ; Enrollar, dar vueltas en un mismo sentido a un hilo, alambre, papel, etc., para fijarlo sobre un eje o carrete.
  4. El tabacalero lía los puros, The tobacco grower rolls the cigars.

Verb Conjugation for "liar"
Gerund: liando
























Conceptually-related expressions of "liar"
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