By Joseph Conrad
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Overtake: adelantar, adelantas, adelantad, adelanto, adelanten, adelante, adelanta, adelantáis, adelantamos, adelantan, alcanzar. poop: popa, caca. pretending: fingiendo, pretendiendo. scramble: cifrar. sea-sick: mareado. shaver: maquinilla de afeitar. sings: canta. slack: flojo, flojera. slap: palmada, bofetada, abofetear. slapped: abofeteado. steward: camarero, administrador, mayordomo. to-morrow: mañana. toss: arrojar, tirada. winced: Respingado. windlass: torno. Joseph Conrad 39 thought. He looked as genuine as a new sovereign, but there was some infernal alloy in his metal.
You tell me? " His thick carcass trembled on its legs that were like a pair of pillars; it trembled from head to foot. "That's what you English always make--make a tam' fuss--for any little thing, because I was not born in your tam' country. Take away my certificate. Take it. I don't want the certificate. A man like me don't want your verfluchte certificate. " He spat. "I vill an Amerigan citizen begome," he cried, fretting and fuming and shuffling his feet as if to free his ankles from some invisible and mysterious grasp that would not let him get away from that spot.
Squirm: retorcerse. tumultuously: tumultuosamente. waddle: contoneo, caminar a pasos pequeños, nalguear. 40 Lord Jim reappeared, %jammed in the small opening; his head hung out, distended and tossing like a captive balloon, perspiring, furious, spluttering. He reached for the gharry-wallah with vicious flourishes of a fist as dumpy and red as a lump of raw meat. He roared at him to be off, to go on. Where? Into the Pacific, perhaps. The driver lashed; the pony snorted, reared once, and darted off at a gallop.