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Diccionario Inglés-Español

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English-Spanish Dictionary: Get
NOUN   a get | gets
VERB  to get | got | got/gotten [Am.]
getting | gets
to get sth.
recibir algo
conseguir algo
to get sth. [obtain]
obtener algo
Get out!
¡Fuera!
Get up!
¡Arriba!
to get angry
enojarse
enfadarse
armar un pancho [col.] [mex.]
to get cold
enfriarse [sentir frio]
to get dirty
mancharse
to get divorced
divorciarse
to get dressed
vestirse
to get excited
alborotarse
to get exhausted
ajetrearse
desgastarse
to get flustered
atolondrarse
to get frightened
asustarse
to get high [coll.] [take drugs]
colocarse [col.] [drogarse]drogas
to get ill
enfermarse
to get lost
perderse [no hallar el camino]
to get married
casarse
to get over sth.
superar algo
to get sick
enfermarse
to get sth. down [from upstairs, shelf]
bajar algo
to get tiresome
cansar [aburrir, hartar]
to get undressed
desnudarse
to get up
levantarse
to get upset
azorarse
alterarse
excitarse
ariscarse [mex.] [col.]
destemplarse [sur.] [irritarse]
to get washed
lavarse
to get wet
mojarse
I get it. [coll.]
Entiendo.
to be / get bored
aburrirse
to be / get furious
estar negro [col.]
to get a divorce
divorciarse
to get away from sb./sth.
zafarse de algn/algo
to get in / into sth.
ingresar a algo
to get it wrong [coll.]
colarse [esp.] [col.] [equivocarse]
to get married to sb.
casarse con algn
to get one's balance
equilibrarse
to get out of sth. [avoid doing]
librarse de algo
to get out of sth. [vehicle]
apearse de algo [vehículo]
to get ready for sth.
disponerse para algo [prepararse]
to get rid of sth.
desprenderse de algo [deshacerse]
to get sb. used to sth.
acostumbrar a algn a algo
to get up early
madrugar
to get used to sth.
acostumbrarse a algo
I often get headaches.
A menudo tengo dolores de cabeza.
to get a move on [coll.] [hurry]
dar caña [col.] [apresurarse]
to get in a car
subirse a un coche
to get into a mess [fig.]
meterse en líos [fig.]
to get on sb.'s tits [coll.]
caer chinche a algn [col.] [Perú]loc.
to get one's (own) way [idiom]
salirse con la suya [locución]
to get sb. out of bed
levantar a algn
to get to the point [fig.]
ir al grano [fig.]
to get up sb.'s nose [coll.]
caer gordo a algn [col.] [Perú]loc.
How do I get there?
¿Cómo llego allá?
I'm sorry, I didn't get that.
Disculpe, no entendí esto.
The one who leans on a good tree will get the good shade
Al que a buen árbol se arrima, buena sombra lo cobijaproverb.
We'd better get some butter as well.
Es mejor que también consigamos un poco de mantequilla.
to get in a bad mood [coll.]
ponerse de mala leche [col.]
to get on / onto / in / into sth. [bus, train etc.]
subir a algo [autobús, tren etc.]
to get out of the habit of sth.
desacostumbrarse de algo
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