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end up

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio

Translation of end up in Spanish:

  • terminar, acabar we ended up in Boston terminamos or acabamos en Boston that boy will end up in serious trouble ese chico va a terminar or acabar muy mal I ended up doing it myself terminé or acabé haciéndolo yo mismo who would have thought he would end up (as) President? ¿quién hubiera pensado que iba a terminar or acabar siendo presidente?
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