Translation of librar in English:
- 1 (liberar) See examples:librar a alguien
dealgo(un peligro)líbranos del mal (Religión) ¡Dios nos libre!to save somebody fromsomethingesto me libra de toda responsabilidadGod o heaven forbid!this absolves me o frees me from all responsibility
also: librarse verbo pronominal
dealgose libraron de un buen castigome libré del servicio militarthey escaped a severe punishmentno sé cómo librarme de élI got out of doing military service[familiar]de esa no te librasI don't know how to get rid of himlibrarsethere's no way around ityou can't get out of it de+ infinitivose libraron de milagro de morir asfixiadosse libró de tener que ayudarloby some miracle they escaped being suffocatedsi vas tú, me libro de tener que verlashe got out of having to help himif you go, it'll save me having to see her
- Dios me libre de tener un problema judicial.
- Me mataré y libraré al mundo mi existencia pútrida, deleznable.
- Sin embargo, fuera del cuadrilátero Kina libra una lucha mayor.
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