Translation of continuar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- to continue va a continuar sus estudios en el extranjero she's going to continue her studies abroad continuó su vida como si nada hubiera pasado he went on with o/or continued with his life as if nothing had happened sus discípulos continuaron su obra her disciples carried on o/or continued her work continuemos la marcha let's go on o/or carry on —y eso sería un desastre —continuó and that would be catastrophic, he went on o/or continued
verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb
- 1.1 [guerra/espectáculo/vida] to continue si las cosas continúan así if things go on o/or continue like this continuará to be continued la película continúa en cartelera the movie is still showing continúe la defensa (counsel for) the defense may continue continuar
conalgo to continue withsth no pudieron continuar con el trabajo they couldn't continue (with) o/or go on with the workcontinuar + gerundio/gerundsu estado continúa siendo delicado he is still in a weak condition continúa negándose a declarar she is still refusing to make a statement si continúas comportándote así if you continue to behave o/or go on behaving like this continuó diciendo que … she went on to say that …, she continued by saying that … 1.2 [carretera] to continue la carretera continúa hasta la parte alta de la montaña the road continues (on) to the top of the mountain, the road goes on up to the top of the mountain
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (continuarse)
- [formal] to continue el camino se continúa en un angosto sendero the road continues as a narrow path su obra se continuó en la labor de sus discípulos his work was continued in the labor of his disciples
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