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go in

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio

Translation of go in in Spanish:

  • 1.1 (enter) entrar 1.2 (fit) [screw/key] entrar the big case will not go in la maleta grande no cabe 1.3 (be obscured) [sun/moon] esconderse 1.4 (go to work) ir* a trabajar 1.5 (be learned, accepted) [idea/lesson/warning] entrar (en la cabeza) 1.6 (attack) [Military/Militar] atacar* the police went in to break up the demonstration la policía intervino para dispersar a los manifestantes
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