Translation of juntar in English:

juntar

vt

  • 1.1 (unir) [pies/manos/camas] to put … together si juntamos dos mesas, cabremos todos if we put two tables together we'll all be able to fit round como faltó un profesor, juntaron dos clases one teacher was away so they combined two classes o put two classes together junta los verdes con los azules put the green ones and the blue ones together 1.2 (reunir) junta las fichas y ponlas en la caja collect up the counters and put them in the box tendrás que juntar fuerzas para decírselo you'll have to pluck up courage to tell him están juntando (dinero) para el viaje they are saving (up) for the trip me va a llevar tiempo juntar el dinero it's going to take me some time to get the money together o to raise the money junta monedas/sellos (esp AmL) she collects coins/stamps 1.3 (cerrar) junta la puerta push the door to

juntarse v pron

  • 1 [personas] 1.1 (acercarse) to move o get closer together júntense más, así salen todos en la foto get (in) o move (in) closer together so I can get you all in the picture 1.2 (reunirse) to get together tenemos que juntarnos un día para tomar una copa we must get together for a drink one of these days se juntó con nosotros en Caracas he met up with us o joined us in Caracas nos juntamos para comprarle un regalo we got o (BrE) clubbed together to buy her a present ¡vaya dos que se han juntado! what a pair! 1.3 (relacionarse)juntarse con algn yo no me junto con gente de su calaña I don't mix with her sort se empezó a juntar con malas compañías she fell into bad company no me junto más contigo [lenguaje infantil/used to or by children] I'm not playing with you any more 1.4 (como pareja) no se podían casar, así que se juntaron they couldn't get married so they started living together se volvieron a juntar they got back together again

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