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take out

Translation of take out in Spanish:

  • 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1
    (remove physically)
    take your things out of my drawer
    saca tus cosas de mi cajón
    we had to take everything out again
    tuvimos que sacarlo todo otra vez
    1.2 1.3
    (transport)
    we'll get them taken out by helicopter
    los sacaremos en helicóptero
    1.4
    (American English) (food)
    food to take out
    1.5
    (withdraw) (money)
    1.6
    (deduct)
    1.7
    (produce)
    he took out a gun
    sacó una pistola
    he took a pipe out of his pocket
    sacó una pipa del bolsillo
  • 3verb + object + adverb (accompany, conduct) See examples: he'd like to take her out
    le gustaría invitarla a salir
    to take the dog out for a walk
    sacar el perro a pasear
    you never take me out
    nunca me llevas or me sacas a ningún lado
    he's taking me out to dinner/to the opera
    me va a llevar or me ha invitado a cenar/a la ópera
  • 4verb + adverb + object (Law)to take out an injunction
    obtener un mandamiento judicial
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