Translation of surtir in English:

surtir

vt

  • 1 1.1 (proveer) surtir a algn de algo to supply sb with sth 1.2 [efecto] el tratamiento no surtió efecto the treatment had no effect o didn't work las medidas no surtieron el efecto deseado the measures did not have o produce the desired effect o did not work as hoped el presente escrito surtirá efectos de notificación [formal] this document will serve as formal notification
  • 2 (Méx) [familiar/colloquial] (pegar) me surtió (un puñetazo) he hit o thumped me

surtirse v pron

  • surtirse de algo [de provisiones] to stock up with sth allí puede surtirse de todo lo necesario you can stock up with o get everything you need there

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