There are 3 main translations of perk in Spanish:

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perk 1

American English: /pərk/
British English: /pəːk/

intransitive or transitive verb

Phrasal verbs

perk up

1verb + adverb
(person)
animarse
reanimarse
(business)
she's perked up a bit today
hoy está un poco más animada
if the weather perks up
si mejora el tiempo
2verb + object + adverb (enliven) 3verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object (raise sharply)
(American English) (ears)

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perk 2
American English: /pɜːrk/, /pɜːk/American English: /pərk/
British English: /pəːk/

noun

  • [colloquial] there are no perks with this job
    en este trabajo no tienes ningún (beneficio) extra
    en este trabajo cobras el sueldo pelado [colloquial]
    one of the perks of living/working here is that …
    una de las ventajas de vivir/trabajar aquí es que …
    Example sentences
    • They gave me time off to go climb mountains, and I was entitled to other perks like staff travel.
    • My host worked in an executive capacity for a large multinational company, a chauffeur-driven BMW being among the perks of her job.
    • And the job has its perks, including occasional dates with rock icons.
    Example sentences
    • Anyone with a credit card can take advantage of the perks once reserved for a spoiled few.
    • This is the work of a writer who became a pop star by mistake, but discovered that the perks are better and stuck with it.
    • Practicing medicine in a small town has its perks.

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perk 3
American English: /pɜːrk/, /pɜːk/American English: /pərk/
British English: /pəːk/

intransitive verb

  • [colloquial]
    (coffee)
    hacerse
    filtrarse
    Example sentences
    • A pot of coffee already sat perking, filling the room with its rich aroma.
    • Sitting on the sky blue counter as her coffee perked, Kina silently swore.
    • As the coffee perked, she crawled through the door into the cabin looking a pale shade of green.

transitive verb

  • [colloquial]
    (coffee) (en una cafetera eléctrica)

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