Translation of agotar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1.1 [recursos] to exhaust, use up; [pila] to wear out, run down; [mina/tierra] to exhaust el público agotó la edición en cuatro semanas the edition sold out in four weeks agotó sus fuerzas durante los primeros 5.000 metros he used up all his strength o/or he burnt himself out in the first 5,000 meters agotaron todos los temas de conversación they exhausted all topics of conversation 1.2 (cansar) [persona] to exhaust, tire … out, wear … out
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (agotarse)
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