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bajar

Translation of bajar in English:

verbo intransitivo

verbo transitivo

also: bajarse verbo pronominal

  • 1 (apearse) See examples:bajarse de algo
    (de un tren/un autobús)
    to get off something
    (de un coche)
    to get out of something
    (de un caballo/una bicicleta)
    to get off something
    dismount from something
    me bajo en la próxima ¡bájate del muro!
    get down off the wall!
Example sentences
  • De todos modos la temperatura nuca bajó mucho, tuve suerte.
  • Tal problemática ha hecho que las ventas en las ferreterías bajen considerablemente.
  • Se dice que a nivel mundial ya bajó del 50 %.

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