1libidinoso masculinelujurioso masculine
1to lech after sb — andar detrás de / tras algn informal
- Now I understood how women felt when being leched at by some perverse and dirty old man.
- But even if you take his actions towards Amanda out of the equation, he's leched over most of the other women too.
- The key is to be non-chalant about it, and to make sure you don't make her feel leched upon afterwards if she's not into it.
- However, if someone enjoys being leched at these recommendations are invalid.
- That was a construction company and people were always leching after you.
- Still, it was nice to be able to wear shorts, without feeling you might be leched at any moment.
- There were these and many more vague incidents of flashing, being leched at, commented on… and having strange hands feeling me up in crowded buses.
- He came around to home tutor Sally and gets leched at by Sophie across the kitchen table.
- I hopped into an auto; the driver - for once, somebody who neither haggled nor leched nor insulted - asked me for directions, since he didn't know the way himself.