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BETA Spanish-English translation for: to be supposed to
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tener permiso (para)to be allowed to
loc. estar al corrienteto be up-to-date
importar a algnto be important to sb.
obedecer a algoto be due to sth.
tender a ser algoto tend to be sth.
(estar) en camino {adv}(to be) on the way
Parece ser que ...It seems to be that ...
tender a ser pesimistato be prone to pessimism
acostumbrar hacer algoto be used to doing sth.
mat. ser igual a algoto be equal to sth.
poder hacer algoto be able to do sth.
sacarle la vuelta a algnto be unfaithful to sb.
Unverified algo ya se verásth. remains to be seen
pegarle los tarros a algnto be unfaithful to sb.
estar en posición de firmesto be standing to attention
rendir cuentas ante algn/algoto be accountable to sb./sth.
poner los cuernos a algn [col.]to be unfaithful to sb.
Unverified tocar a algn hacer algoto be sb.'s turn to do sth.
Unverified traerse algo entre manos [col.] [locución]to be up to no good [coll.] [idiom]
Unverified estar hasta el moño [col.] [locución]to be fed up (to the back teeth) [coll.] [idiom]
pasarse de listo con algn [col.] [locución]to try to be clever with sb. [coll.] [idiom]
supuesto {adj} {past-p}supposed [assumed]
tender a ser algoto have a tendency to be sth.
Hubo un tiempo en que quería ser doctor.Once I wanted to be a doctor.
(Yo) también donde se le ha de encontrar (a él).I, too, know where he is to be found.
quím. berilio {m} <Be>beryllium <Be>
serto be
estarto be
encresparseto be upset
desbautizarseto be irritated
atontarseto be baffled
aturdirseto be baffled
prudenciarseto be careful
traicionarto be unfaithful
volcarseto be upset
escandalizarseto be shocked
irritarseto be upset
enfadarseto be upset
bastarto be enough
Unverified completarseto be completed
nacerto be born
ubicarseto be situated
equivocarseto be mistaken
callarseto be quiet
avergonzarseto be ashamed
retrasarseto be delayed
concretamente {adv}to be precise
purificarseto be purified
tardarto be late
confundirseto be wrong
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