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Translation of fundir in English:

verbo transitivo

verbo intransitivo

  • (Perú) [familiar] (fastidiar)
    to be a pest o nuisance

also: fundirse verbo pronominal

  • 5 (Perú) (Río de la Plata) [familiar] (arruinarse) See examples: se fundieron con ese negocio
    they lost everything in that deal
    la empresa se fundió
    the company went bust
  • 7
    (Chile) [familiar] (niño)
    to get spoiled
Example sentences
  • En otras palabras, las empresas australianas no muestran ninguna disposición a fundir o refinar cobre en Chile.
  • Los diaguitas también criaron guanacos y pudieron fundir el cobre.
  • Aumentaría si quisiéramos fundir y refinar, pero con concentrado como quiere Hernández no se crea empleo.

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