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liquidar

Translation of liquidar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: liquidarse verbo pronominal

  • (enfático) (acabar con) [familiar]se liquida el sueldo de un mes en 15 días
    she gets through o she blows a month's salary in two weeks
    [familiar]
    los chicos se liquidaron todas las galletas
    the kids polished off o made short work of all the cookies
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Siguieron en la misma entidad que les había liquidado.
  • Además, las derechas quieren liquidar toda valoración moral para enjuiciar a la política.
  • "Además, asumió que ""teníamos todo para liquidar antes el partido""."

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