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BETA Spanish-English translation for: Out
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English-Spanish Dictionary: Out
NOUN   out | outs
VERB  to out | outed | outed
outing | outs
out
fuera {adv}
Look out!
¡Ojito!
out of
desde {prep}
spread out
extendido {adj}
worn (out)
sobado {adj} {past-p}
to bail out [Am.]
saltar en paracaídasaero.
to bale out [Br.]
saltar en paracaídasaero.
to blow sth. out
soplar algo
to bow out [also fig.]
retirarse
to break out [war]
desatarse [guerra]
to carry out
poner en ejecución
to carry sth. out
llevar a cabo algo
to carry sth. out [perform, execute]
realizar algo
to chew sb. out [Am.] [coll.] [fig.]
regañar a algn a base de bien [col.] [fig.]
to come out
salir
to find out
enterarse
llegar a saber
to find sth. out [verify]
averiguar algo
to give out [coll.] [become exhausted, depleted]
acabarseloc.
to go out
salir
to go out [light, fire]
apagarse
to make sth. out [discern]
vislumbrar algo [ver tenuemente]
to mind out [be careful]
cuidarse
to point out [to make known]
hacer notar
to point out [to mention]
aludir [mencionar]
to point sth. out
indicar algo
advertir de algo
to pull out [retreat]
retirarse
to pull sth. out
arrancar algo
to put sth. out [extinguish]
apagar algo
to put sth. out [fire etc.]
extinguir algo
to rent sth. out
arrendar algo
ceder algo en arriendo
to rule out [exclude, eliminate]
descartar [eliminar]
to sprawl out
repantigarse
repanchigarse
to spread sth. out [blanket etc.]
tender algo [extender]
to stand out [be obvious, conspicuous]
destacarse
to tire sb. (out)
fatigar a algn
to wipe sth. out [eradicate]
extinguir algo [exterminar]
out of commission
fuera de servicio {adj}
out of date
anticuado {adj}
out of tune
desafinado {adj}mús.
to be carried out [effected]
llevarse a efecto
to call out to sb.
exclamar a algn
to dry sth. out / up
resecar algo
to find out about sth.
enterarse de algo
to get out of sth. [avoid doing]
librarse de algo
to get out of sth. [vehicle]
apearse de algo [vehículo]
to rent out sth. to sb.
alquilar algo
to root sth. out completely [also fig.]
arrancar algo de raíz [tambien fig.]
to take sth. out of sth.
sacar algo de algo
to throw sth. out / away
botar algo [am.]
to tire oneself out
agotarse
to wear sth. out / down [from use]
gastar algo [desgastar]
all-out strike
huelga {f} generalpol.
out of the blue
de la nada {adv}
Out of the question!
¡De ningún modo!
¡En ningún caso!
¡De ninguna manera!
It just slipped out. [coll.] [fig.] [I didn't meant to say that.]
Lo dijo de labios para fuera. [col.] [fig.]
to be out of work
estar parado
estar en el paro
estar sin trabajo
encontrarse parado
encontrarse en el paro
encontrarse sin trabajo
to blow out a candle
apagar una vela
to come out of sth. badly
salir mal parado de algo
to fill sth. (up / in / out)
llenar algo
to get sb. out of bed
levantar a algn
As soon as I went out into the street it began to rain.
Apenas salí a la calle, se puso a llover.
I angrily walked out of the room.
Salí de la habitación enfadado.
like a bat out of hell [coll.]
como alma que lleva el diabolo {adv} [col.]
something out of the ordinary
algo fuera de lo normal
put out, stick out, lean out vtr + prep
asomar⇒ vtr (sacar, mostrar, dejar ver)
to get out of school ( for the day)
acabar las clases
to lean out of the window
asomarse a la ventana
to let the cat out of the bag
descubrir el pastelloc.
to look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
mirar a-algn/algo con el rabillo del ojo
carrying out of an order
ejecución {f} de un pedido
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