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Dictionary Spanish English: [Problem]

Translation 1 - 12 of 12

SpanishEnglish
abordar [un problema etc.]
2
to address [a problem etc.]
surgir [problema etc.]to arise [problem etc.]
acarrear algo [problema etc.]to cause sth. [problem etc.]
diagnosticar algo [enfermedad, problema]to diagnose sth. [illness, problem]
abordar algo [un problema etc.]to tackle sth. [a problem etc.]
Nouns
recurso {m} [remedio]
4
solution [to a problem]
bonche {m} [problema] [El Salvador] [col.]deal [problem] [Am.] [sl.]
quebradero {m} de cabeza [col.]headache [fig.] [annoying problem]
problema {m}issue [problem]
4 Words
complicar algoto put a crimp in sth. [idiom] [cause a slight problem]
5+ Words
salir a pedir de boca [locución] [asunto etc.]to go off without a hitch [coll.] [idiom] [matter, affair: occur without a problem]
ling. coger el toro por los cuernosto grab the bull by the horns [idiom] [to deal with a problem in a very direct and confident way, even though there is some risk in doing this]
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