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BETA Spanish-English translation for: take leave
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Dictionary Spanish English: take leave

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SYNO   to depart | to quit | to take leave
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barajustar [salir huyendo impetuosamente] [am.]to leave in a hurry
irseto leave
partirto leave
salir [partir]to leave
med. prof. Unverified baja {f} [cese temporal]sick leave
dejar atrás algoto leave sth. behind
¡Cuídate!Take care!
acaecerto take place
coger algoto take sth.
despegarto take off [aeroplane]
foto. fotografiarto take a photograph
jurarto take an oath
llevar algoto take sth.
producirseto take place
resguardarseto take shelter
tomar algoto take sth.
aero. despegue {m}take-off
dejar a-algn/algoto leave sb./sth. [a thing somewhere, a person alone]
tener lugarto take place
bañarse [lavarse]to take a bath [Am.]
cagar [vulg.]to have / take a dump [vulg.] [coll.] [defecate]
ducharseto take a shower [Am.]
llevarse algoto take sth. (along)
pasearseto take a walk [Am.]
quitar algoto take sth. away
quitar algoto take sth. off [to remove]
restar algo [sustraer]to take sth. away [subtract]
tardarto take a long time [of things and people]
vengar algoto take revenge for sth.
acoger a algn [huérfano etc.]to take sb. in [orphan etc.]
apostar por algnto take sb.'s side
aprovechar de algoto take advantage of sth.
cuidar a algnto take care of sb.
cuidar de algnto take care of sb.
llevarla suave [col.] [cent.] [Costa Rica]to take it easy
quitarse a algo [ropa]to take off sth. [clothes]
sacar algo de algoto take sth. out of sth.
tomar asientoto take a seat
tomar parte [en]to take part [in]
dar algo por hechoto take sth. for granted
darse un chapuzónto take a dip [swim]
edu. hacer un examento take a test
Unverified llevarse la palma [col.] [fig.]to take the biscuit [Br.] [coll.]
tardar lo suyoto take one's time
tener algo en cuentato take sth. into account
foto. tomar una fotografíato take a photograph
farm. med. tomarse su medicinato take one's medicine
turnarse para hacer algoto take turns doing sth.
vengarse de / en algnto take revenge on sb.
vengarse de / por algoto take revenge for sth.
¿Cuanto va a tardar?How long will it take?
Unverified dar por sentado que take it for granted that ...
ponerse del lado de algnto take sb.'s side
tomarle el relevo a algnto take over from sb.
Este proceso puede tomar varios minutos.This process might take several minutes.
loc. dar todos los pasos necesariosto take all the necessary steps
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