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BETA Spanish-English translation for: to get sth off
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apearse de algo [vehículo]to get off sth. [vehicle]
desahogarse confesando algoto get sth. off one's chest [coll.] [idiom]
Partial Matches
tronchar algoto lop sth. off
cercenar algoto cut sth. off
apagar algoto switch sth. off
conseguir algoto get sth.
recibir algoto get sth.
quitar algoto take sth. off [to remove]
desprender algoto give off sth. [emit]
superar algoto get over sth.
obtener algoto get sth. [obtain]
apagar algoto shut sth. off [machine etc.]
deshojar algoto strip the leaves off sth.
dirigirse a algoto set off for sth.
apurar algo [terminar]to finish sth. (off) [drink, food]
saberse algoto know sth. (off) by heart [idiom]
quitarse a algo [ropa]to take off sth. [clothes]
parar algoto turn sth. off [e.g. motor]
apagar algoto turn sth. off [e.g. light]
ingresar a algoto get in / into sth.
empaparse de algoto get steeped in sth.
acostumbrarse a algoto get used to sth.
arrancar algoto rip sth. off [which is stuck on]
desprenderse de algo [deshacerse]to get rid of sth.
disponerse para algo [prepararse]to get ready for sth.
bajar algoto get sth. down [from upstairs, shelf]
rematar a-algn/algoto finish sb./sth. off [ensure death]
zafarse de algn/algoto get away from sb./sth.
librarse de algoto get out of sth. [avoid doing]
Unverified apearse de algo [vehículo]to get out of sth. [vehicle]
rematar algo [terminar una costura]to finish sth. off [complete the needlework]
acostumbrar a algn a algoto get sb. used to sth.
desacostumbrarse de algoto get out of the habit of sth.
presumir algo a algnto show off sth. to sb. [boast about sth.]
despachar a algn/algo [col.] [matar, comer todo]to finish sb./sth. off [coll.] [kill, eat all]
subir a algo [autobús, tren etc.]to get on / onto / in / into sth. [bus, train etc.]
desgajarseto split off
asueto {m}day off
aero. despegue {m}take-off
desgajarto break off
regaño {m}telling off
despegarto take off [aeroplane]
tener lugarto come off
día {m} libreday off
calducho {m} [sur.]day off
divorciarseto get divorced
lavarseto get washed
ajetrearseto get exhausted
enfadarseto get angry
asustarseto get frightened
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