- 1 1.1 (reemplazar) [existencias] to replace; [dinero] to put back, repay tendrás que reponer los vasos que rompas/el café que uses you'll have to replace any glasses you break/any coffee you use un descanso para reponer fuerzas a rest to get our strength back 1.2 [funcionario/trabajador] to reinstate ha sido repuesto en su cargo he has been reinstated in his job 1.3 [obra] to put … on again, revive; [serie] to repeat, rerun; [película] to show … again
- 2 (replicar) to reply a lo que repuso que no tendría inconveniente to which she replied that she could have no objections
reponerse v pron
- to recover está totalmente repuesto he has made a complete recovery, he is o/or has completely recovered reponerse
dealgo to recover fromsth reponerse de un susto/una enfermedad to recover from o/or get over a shock/an illness
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