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Spanish-English translation for: Take
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Dictionary Spanish English: Take

Translation 1 - 73 of 73

NOUN   a take | takes
VERB  to take | took | taken ... 
tomar algo
to take sth.
llevar algo
to take sth.
coger algo
to take sth.
tomar algo [medicamentos]to take sth. [e.g. a pill, tablets]
2 Words: Others
¡Cuídate!Take care!
2 Words: Verbs
pasar listato take attendance [Am.]
despegarto take off [aeroplane]
quitarse a algo [ropa]to take off sth. [clothes]
tomar parte [en]to take part [in]
acaecerto take place
producirseto take place
tener lugarto take place
acoger a algn [huérfano etc.]to take sb. in [orphan etc.]
apostar por algnto take sb.'s side
ponerse del lado de algnto take sb.'s side
resguardarseto take shelter
sorber tabacoto take snuff
llevarse algoto take sth. (along)
quitar algoto take sth. away
restar algo [sustraer]to take sth. away [subtract]
descolgar algoto take sth. down
quitar algoto take sth. off [to remove]
subir algoto take sth. up
2 Words: Nouns
aero. despegue {m}take-off
3 Words: Verbs
bañarse [lavarse]to take a bath [Am.]
hacer un alto [para reflexionar, descansar] [locución]to take a break [idiom]
darse un chapuzónto take a dip [swim]
Unverified echarse una araña [orinar] [cent.] [El Salvador] [col.]to take a leak [Am.] [sl.]
foto. fotografiarto take a photograph
foto. tomar una fotografíato take a photograph
tomar asientoto take a seat
ducharseto take a shower [Am.]
Unverified me voy a apolillar [me voy a dormir] [sur.] [Lufardo]to take a snooze [Am.] [sl.] [coll.]
edu. hacer un examento take a test
dar un giro [fig.] [ocurrir un gran cambio]to take a turn [fig.] [to change a lot]
pasearseto take a walk [Am.]
aprovechar de algoto take advantage of sth.
jurarto take an oath
cuidar a algnto take care of sb.
cuidar de algnto take care of sb.
regodearse en algoto take delight in sth.
llevarla suave [col.] [cent.] [Costa Rica]to take it easy
farm. med. tomarse su medicinato take one's medicine
tardar lo suyoto take one's time
tomarle el relevo a algnto take over from sb.
refugiarse en algoto take refuge in sth.
vengar algoto take revenge for sth.
vengarse de / por algoto take revenge for sth.
vengarse de / en algnto take revenge on sb.
dar algo por hechoto take sth. for granted
tener algo en cuentato take sth. into account
sacar algo de algoto take sth. out of sth.
llevarse la palma [col.] [fig.]to take the biscuit [Br.] [coll.]
darse por aludido [col.] [locución]to take the hint [coll.] [idiom]
pasar listato take the register [Br.]
turnarse para hacer algoto take turns doing sth.
4 Words: Verbs
cagar [vulg.]to have / take a dump [vulg.] [coll.] [defecate]
no darse por aludidoto not take it personally
coger manía a algn [locución]to take a dislike to sb. [idiom]
tardarto take a long time [of things and people]
coger carrerillato take a run-up
pasar factura a algn [locución]to take its toll on sb. [idiom]
descalzarseto take one's shoes off
tomarse algo a bromato take sth. as a joke
suplantar a-algn/algo [reemplazar]to take the place of sb./sth.
5+ Words: Others
¡Vete a freír espárragos! [col.] [locución]Go (and) take a running jump! [coll.] [idiom]
Se le fueron los ojos a ella. [col.] [locución]He / She couldn't take his eyes off her. [coll.] [idiom]
¿Cuanto va a tardar?How long will it take?
¡Quítame esas manazas de encima! [col.]Take your filthy hands off me! [coll.]
Este proceso puede tomar varios minutos.This process might take several minutes.
5+ Words: Verbs
loc. dar todos los pasos necesariosto take all the necessary steps
vivir a salto de mata [col.] [locución]to take each day as it comes [coll.] [idiom]
dar por sentado que ...to take it for granted that ...
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