- 1 1.1 (proveer) See examples:surtir a alguien
dealgo1.2 (efecto)el tratamiento no surtió efectoto supply somebody withsomethinglas medidas no surtieron el efecto deseadothe treatment had no effect o didn't workel presente escrito surtirá efectos de notificación [formal]the measures did not have o produce the desired effect o did not work as hopedthis document will serve as formal notification
also: surtirse verbo pronominal
- Reinicia la máquina para que los cambios surtan efecto.
- El debate interno en el APRA también pareció surtir algún efecto.
- Pero las técnicas y estrategias se hacen obsoletas y dejan de surtir efecto.
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