Translation of take away in Spanish:
- 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1(carry away)he took the empty dishes awayllevarsenot to be taken awayretiró or se llevó los platos vacíos(on book)1.2para consulta en sala(lead off) (person)1.3 to take away somebody's hopesllevarseto take something awayquitarle las esperanzas a alguien
fromsomebodyhe took the ball away from the childrenquitarle or (in Southern Cone also) sacarle algo aalguienher children were taken away from herles quitó la pelota a los niñosthey took their children away from the schoolle quitaron a los niños1.4 (erase, obliterate) See examples: this will take the pain/taste awaysacaron a los niños del colegionothing can take away my memories of that tripcon esto se te pasará or se te quitará el dolor/gusto1.5 (Mathematics)34 take away 13 equals 21nada me puede quitar el recuerdo de aquel viajeif you take away 13 from 34 …34 menos 13 es igual a 21si a 34 le restas 13 …
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