Translation of third degree in Spanish:

third degree


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    to give sb the third degree hacerle un interrogatorio a algn
    • they put me through the third degree me hicieron un interrogatorio
    • My first call was answered by a woman who sounded very sharp-tongued and who gave me the third degree when I asked to speak to Derek.
    • I must have gone through the third degree before I convinced them she was alright.
    • I like your dad and all but the last time I was there he gave me the third degree.
    • Most of them looked like they were going to give me the third degree in two seconds.
    • I don't know why I'm giving you the third degree.
    • Manda wondered why Mrs. Mackenzie was giving Michael the third degree.
    • He had drained his mug by the time his mother had finished giving Astrid the third degree about her plans.
    • He is a lawyer, and I know if I meet him for drinks I will get the third degree and it will be ugly.
    • Two men who appeared to be FBI agents showed up at school and gave her the third degree about what she'd written.
    • What cracks me up is the thought of these guys having to deal with wives and girlfriends giving them the third degree.
    • Why didn't you give me the third degree whenever I broke curfew?
    • Visits involve giving my husband the third degree about his job and his income.
    • Everyone entering the country was getting the third degree at immigration.
    • 'Police will stop a car because it's an Asian driving, the driver is given the third degree and if that was a white person that wouldn't have happened.'
    • And they gave him the third degree - including an humiliating strip search - as a result.
    • He knew the third degree was coming, but was hoping to postpone it for a while.
    • You've taught me my entire life to make choices, I'm doing that now and all you're doing is giving me the third degree about it.
    • She drags Tom inside with her so she can give him the third degree about this boy he's found for Laura.
    • She saw that look in his eye, like he was afraid he'd done something wrong and was about to get the third degree for it.
    • When I got home from school that afternoon I got the third degree from my father about how I had ruined his reputation as a minister and how I had ruined my own life.