Translation of cansar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1.1 (fatigar) to tire, tire … out, make … tired dar clase me cansa mucho I find teaching really tiring, teaching really tires me out le cansa la vista it makes her eyes tired o/or it strains her eyes 1.2 (aburrir, hartar) ¿no te cansa oír siempre la misma música? don't you get tired of listening to the same music all the time? 1.3 [tierra] to exhaust
verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (cansarse)
- 1.1 (fatigarse) to tire oneself out se le cansa la vista her eyes get tired 1.2 (aburrirse, hartarse) to get bored se cansó y dejó de asistir a las clases she got bored and stopped going to the classes o/or she got tired of the classes and stopped going cansarse
dealgo/algn to get tired ofsth/sb, get bored withsth/sb, tire ofsth/sb cansarse de+ infinitivo/infinitiveto get tired of -ing, tire of -ing
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