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Translation of fijar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: fijarse verbo pronominal

  • 1.1 (prestar atención) See examples: fíjate bien en el palacio, es una obra de arte
    take a good look at the palace, it's a work of art
    es muy observador, se fija en todo
    he's very observant, he notices everything
    fíjate bien en cómo lo hace
    watch carefully how she does it
    si no te fijas, lo vas a volver a hacer mal
    if you don't watch what you're doing, you're going to do it wrong again
    1.2 (darse cuenta) ¿te has fijado en que no discuten nunca?
    have you noticed that o how they never quarrel?
    en seguida se fijó en ella
    he noticed her immediately
    ¡fíjate lo que ha crecido!
    just look how she's grown!
    fíjate qué faena, se lo robaron todo
    can you imagine how awful? they stole everything he had
    estarás contenta con el regalo — ¡fíjate!
    you must be pleased with the present — you bet!
Example sentences
  • Si se fija bien es equivalente al ciclo de producción.
  • Las tarifas del comedor se fijarán de acuerdo al tipo de usuario.
  • El juez fijó para el nueve de enero la audiencia inicial del juicio.

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