Translation: from spanish

half jokingly

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  • at half mast — {prep. phr.} Halfway up or down; referring primarily to flagposts, but may be used jokingly. * /When a president of the United States dies, all flags are flown at half mast./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • at half mast — {prep. phr.} Halfway up or down; referring primarily to flagposts, but may be used jokingly. * /When a president of the United States dies, all flags are flown at half mast./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • at\ half\ mast — prep. phr. Halfway up or down; referring primarily to flagposts, but may be used jokingly. When a president of the United States dies, all flags are flown at half mast …   Словарь американских идиом


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