There are 2 translations of rescue in Spanish:

rescue1

Pronunciation: /ˈreskjuː/

n

  • u c rescate (m) to come/go to the/sb's rescue they went to his rescue acudieron a socorrerlo [literario/literary], fueron or [literario/literary] acudieron en su auxilio if you hadn't come to my rescue, I'd have been stuck with him all night si no hubieras venido a socorrerme or en mi auxilio no me lo habría podido sacar de encima en toda la noche Mum came to the rescue and paid my phone bill Mama me salvó al pagar la cuenta del teléfono to the rescue! ¡al rescate! (before n) [services/team] de rescate or salvamento rescue attempt intento (m) de rescate rescue party equipo (m) de rescate rescue work was hampered by the weather el tiempo entorpeció la operación or las labores de rescate or de salvamento

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There are 2 translations of rescue in Spanish:

rescue2

vt

  • rescatar, salvarto rescue sb/sth from sth/-ing he was rescued from drowning lo salvaron de morir ahogado the bank rescued the company from bankruptcy el banco salvó a la empresa de la quiebra to rescue sb from captivity rescatar a algn del cautiverio

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Word of the day lavado
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wash …
Cultural fact of the day

In the River Plate region of Latin America the word copetín can mean an aperitif or light snack, or a social occasion at which these are consumed, generally before the evening meal.