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Translation of plantar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: plantarse verbo pronominal

  • 1 [familiar] (quedarse, pararse)
    to plant oneself
    se plantó delante de la puerta
    he planted himself in front of the door
    el caballo se plantó delante del obstáculo
    the horse stopped dead in front of the fence
    se plantó en su actitud
    he dug his heels in
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  • 2 [familiar] (llegar, presentarse) See examples: me planto ahí en media hora
    I'll be there in half an hour
    se plantó aquí con tres amigas
    she turned o showed up here with three friends
Example sentences
  • Transcurridos dos o tres días se puede empezar a plantar.
  • En el intertanto, vamos planificando el cómo lo plantaremos.
  • Además recolectarán bichitos para un insectario y aprenderán del medioambiente plantando semillas.

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