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Diccionario Inglés-Español

BETA Spanish-English translation for: get
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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 up!
¡Arriba!
to get angry
enojarse
enfadarse
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 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 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 on sb.'s tits [coll.]
caer chinche a algn [col.] [Perú]loc.
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.
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 school ( for the day)
acabar las clases
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