There are 2 main translations of dado in English:

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dado 1

also: feminine: dada

adjetivo

  • 3[ser] (proclive) See examples:dado a algo
    given to something
    los vecinos son muy dados al chismorreo
    the neighbors tend to gossip a lot
    the neighbors are very fond of o are given to gossiping
    en este país la gente es muy dada a criticar
    in this country people are inclined to be o tend to be critical o are given to criticizing
    ir dado (España) [familiar], como sigas sin estudiar vas dado
    if you don't start studying, you'll be in trouble
    [familiar]
    si pretendes que pague yo, vas dado
    if you think I'm going to pay, you've got another think coming
    [familiar]

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There are 2 main translations of dado in English:

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dado 2

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • El primero recientemente reconoció que cargó los dados en su sucesión presidencial.
  • Salga la combinación que salga, estos dados siempre te darán suerte!
  • Dios no juega a los dados con el universo.

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