Translation of regresar in English:
verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb
- to return, come/go back regresó muy tarde anoche she came o got back o returned very late last night no sé cuándo va a regresar I don't know when he'll be back
verbo transitivo/transitive verb(América Latina excepto Cono Sur/Latin America except Southern Cone)
- 1.1 [libro/llaves] to return, give back regrésame el libro que te presté can you give me back o/or return the book I lent you? se olvidó de regresarme el cambio she forgot to give me my change me regresaron la carta the letter was sent back o/or returned to me 1.2 [persona] to send … back fueron regresados por inmigración they were sent back by the immigration authorities lo regresaron del colegio he was sent home from school
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (regresarse)
- (América Latina excepto Río de la Plata/Latin America except River Plate area) to return, go/come back se regresó a pie a su casa he went o/or returned home on foot regrésate y recógelo come/go back and pick it up estaba en Roma pero ya se regresó she was in Rome but she's back now
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