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recoger

Translation of recoger in English:

verbo transitivo/transitive verb

  • 7 (incluir, registrar) la obra recoge el trasfondo social de aquel momento the work depicts the social context of that time la imagen recoge el momento en que … the picture shows o/or captures the moment in which … el informe recoge estas últimas estadísticas these latest statistics figure o/or appear in the report esta acepción no la recoge ningún diccionario this meaning isn't included in o/or isn't in any dictionary su obra está siendo recogida en cuatro volúmenes his works are being collected for publication in four volumes un espectáculo que recoge tres de sus obras breves a show which brings together three of his short works

verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb

verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (recogerse)

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