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importunar

Translation of importunar in English:

verbo transitivo

verbo intransitivo

  • espero no importunar
    I hope it's not inconvenient
    I hope I'm not disturbing you
Example sentences
  • Le volvía a importunar con mis preguntas y él siempre me daba evasivas, pero también me daba el dinero así que todos felices y contentos.
  • Sin embargo, el impacto de aquel sueño fue tan fuerte que lo importunaba mucho.
  • Pero probablemente no querremos que nos importune más de la cuenta.

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