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want out
verb + adverb [colloquial]

Translation of want out verb + adverb colloquial in Spanish:

  • 1.1 (wish to quit)to want out (of something)I'm not surprised the shareholders want out
    no me sorprende que los accionistas quieran deshacerse de las acciones
    I want out of this relationship
    quiero terminar con esta relación
    several countries want out of the alliance
    varios países quieren salir de la alianza
    1.2 (wish to go out)
    querer salir
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