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v. coger

Translation: take

Definition of coger in English

Agarrar algo o tomar posesión de ello.

Synonyms of coger in English

tomarasiragarrar

Definition of coger in Spanish

To grab or obtain posession of something.

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v. coger

Translation: catch

Definition of coger in English

Subir a un vehículo de transporte público.

Synonyms of coger in English

tomar

Definition of coger in Spanish

To board a public transport vehicle.

Synonyms of coger in Spanish

gettake

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v. coger

Translation: catch

Definition of coger in English

Tomar con las manos algo de repente, especialmente cuando está en el aire.

Synonyms of coger in English

atraparpillarcacharagarrar

Definition of coger in Spanish

To suddenly take hold of something, especially when it is in flight.

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v. coger el sueño

Translation: fall asleep

Definition of coger el sueño in English

Conseguir quedarse dormido.

Synonyms of coger el sueño in English

conciliar el sueño

Definition of coger el sueño in Spanish

To reach a state of sleep.

Synonyms of coger el sueño in Spanish

sleepget to sleep

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v. coger un atajo

Translation: take a shortcut

Definition of coger un atajo in English

Desviarse del camino previsto para ir por uno más corto, con el objetivo de alcanzar antes el destino.

Synonyms of coger un atajo in English

atajaracortar

Definition of coger un atajo in Spanish

To alter a planned course in order to take a shorter route with the aim of reaching the destination sooner.

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v. coger una salida

Translation: take an exit

Definition of coger una salida in English

Abandonar con un vehículo la vía principal por la que circula, como una autopista o una rotonda, para unirse a una secundaria.

Synonyms of coger una salida in English

salirtomar una salida

Definition of coger una salida in Spanish

To move a vehicle from the principal road, such as a highway or roundabout, in order to join a secondary road.