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English to Spanish translations [PRO] Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature
English term or phrase:something clicking in my brain.
I didn't replay, having just registered a fact that felt important. As usual, Pritkin's T-shirt was crisscrossed with belts, sheaths and holsters. The guy was a walking arsenal, with almost every kind of portable weapon known to man. Except for one.
"You don't carry a sword" I said, something clicking in my brain.
No respondí después de registrar un hecho que era importante. Como siempre, la camiseta de Pritkin estaba entrecruzada con cinturones, vainas y cartucheras. El tipo era un arsenal andante con casi todo tipo de arma transportable conocida por el hombre. Excepto una.
—No llevas una espada —le dije; algo hizo un clic en mi cabeza.