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VERB   ir | voy | fui | ido
SYNO   IR | Inland Revenue | Ir ... 
ir
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to go
Nouns
quím. iridio {m} <Ir>iridium <Ir>
2 Words
ir andandoto go on foot
ir tirando [col.]to muddle along [coll.]
ir tirando [col.] [locución]to scrape by [coll.] [idiom]
3 Words
ir (a pie)to walk
ir (en coche)to drive
Unverified ir a carretear [ir de fiesta] [sur.] [Chile] [col.]to party
ir a contramanoto go the wrong way
ir a hurtadillasto sneak [move silently]
Unverified Ir a janguiar [ir a salir] [mex.] [Puebla] [col.]to go out
relig. ir a misato go to mass
ir a navegarto go sailing
ir al grano [fig.]to get to the point [fig.]
Unverified ir al pelo [ir al grano] [cent.] [El Salvador] [col.]to get to the point
ir al servicioto go to the lavatory [Br.]
ir de acampadato go camping
ir de comprasto go shopping
ir de puenteto go on a long weekend
ir sobre ruedas [locución]to go smoothly [idiom]
4 Words
ir a los bifes [Argentina] [col.]to get to the point
Unverified ir hecho un poema [col.] [locución]to look a sight [coll.] [idiom]
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(Él) quiere ir a casa.He wants to go home.
Era un día tan cálido que decidimos ir al mar.It was such a warm day that we decided to go to the beach.
ir a lomos de un caballoto ride a horse
ir a parar al cubo de basurato end up in the dustbin [Br.]
loc. ir de bar en bar tomando copasto go on a pub crawl [Br.]
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