dcinsur said:What is the meaning of "pongon se las pilas". I often hear this but I'm sure it is not proper spanish but is used quite often.
Your help is most appreciated.....dc
mariposita said:The meaning changes according to the context, but it is usually a request that someone get moving--physically or figuratively.
Ponte las pilas:
Get a move on.
Get it together.
Get your act together.
It's time to get serious.
Put your nose to the grindstone.