There are 2 translations of lurch in Spanish:

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lurch1

Pronunciation: /lɜːrtʃ; lɜːtʃ/

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • [vehicle] dar* bandazos or sacudidas; [person] tambalearse the train lurched to a halt el tren dio una sacudida y se paró he came lurching toward me venía tambaleándose hacia mí
    Example sentences
    • Rocketing to his feet, then swaying as his head lurched, Kaerin staggered over to the long full size mirror.
    • There was a loudish bang and her car lurched forward with the impact.
    • The car lurched forward as Rob threw it into drive and raced for the western exit.

noun/nombre

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There are 2 translations of lurch in Spanish:

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lurch2

Pronunciation: /lɜːrtʃ; lɜːtʃ/

noun/nombre

  • to leave sb in the lurch [colloquial/familiar] dejar a algn plantado or en la estacada [colloquial/familiar]

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