- 2 (account, bill) [colloquial/familiar] cuenta (f) I always run a tab of my own siempre llevo mi propia cuenta he had run up a tab at the club se le había ido acumulando una cuenta en el club to keep tab(s) o (BrE also) a tab on sth/sb are you keeping tabs on what we spend? ¿vas llevando la cuenta de lo que gastamos? we'll have to keep tabs on them tendremos que vigilarlos to pick up the tab [colloquial/familiar] correr con los gastos, levantar el muerto [familiar/colloquial]
- 3 (on typewriter, word processor) tabulador (m) (before n) [character/key/stop] de tabulación (setting) to set tabs definir tabuladores
- 4 (ring pull) (AmE) anilla (f)
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