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some one asked me , a que le tiras
what dose that mean ?

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asked by reina
  1. That doesn't make much sense. Sort of "what did you throw him"

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  2. The meaning of this phrase is " what are you getting at(or going for)

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  3. What are you aiming at.
    What are you shooting at? Tira in this context meand throw/shoot.

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