Translation of attach in Spanish:

attach

Pronunciation: /əˈtætʃ/

vt

  • 1 1.1 (fasten) sujetar; (tie) atar, amarrar (AmL exc RPl) ; (stick) pegar*; (to letter, document) adjuntar, acompañarto attach sth (to sth) he attached a name tag to the case le puso una etiqueta a la maleta a bouquet with a message attached un ramo de flores acompañado de un mensaje it is attached to the wall with screws está sujeto a la pared con tornillos a sports center with a restaurant attached un centro deportivo con un restaurante anexo please fill in the attached form sírvase rellenar el formulario adjunto or que se adjunta or que se acompaña please find attached a photocopy … le adjunto una fotocopia … we attached ourselves to a group of tourists nos unimos or [familiar/colloquial] nos pegamos a un grupo de turistas 1.2 (assign) (usu pass) to be attached to sth estar* adscrito a algo a lecturer attached to the physics department un profesor adscrito al departamento de física 1.3 (attribute)to attach sth to sth he attached no importance to it no le dio or concedió ninguna importancia 1.4 (in e-mail) adjuntar

vi

  • [formal]to attach to sb/sth no blame attaches to her decision to resign su decisión de dimitir no implica ningún tipo de culpabilidad the responsibilities attaching to the post las responsabilidades que lleva consigo or que conlleva el puesto

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