What is the typical Spanish translation of the English idiom "to talk behind someone's back" (as in saying something bad about another person to others instead of to them directly)?
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One typical translation is
The DRAE also suggests:
The most common are:
Also, there's the phrase:
It's used when someone talks behind the back of someone else, to indicate the degree of the talking (that what they are saying is really bad).