Translation of put past in Spanish:

put past

v + o + prep + o
  • not to put it past sb, do you think she'll tell them? — I wouldn't put it past her ¿te parece que se lo dirá? — no me extrañaría nada or la creo muy capaz I wouldn't put it past him to ignore the rules lo creo muy capaz de hacer caso omiso de las normas
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