Translation of conseguir in English:
- 1.1(entrada/plaza/empleo)no conseguirás nada de élsiempre consigue lo que se proponeyou won't get anything out of himsi lo intentas, al final lo conseguirásshe always achieves what she sets out to doun artista que ha conseguido un estilo propioif you try, you'll succeed in the endal final consiguió un permiso de trabajoan artist who has developed o achieved his own styletodavía no ha conseguido trabajohe finally got o managed to get a work permitconsiguió el primer premio en el concursoshe still hasn't got a job o found workla película consiguió un gran éxito de críticashe won first prize in the competitionconsiguieron una mayoría aplastantethe film was very well received by the criticsconsiguió la victoria con su último lanzamientothey obtained an overwhelming majority1.2conseguir +she won with her last throw
infinitivono consigo entenderloto manage to + infinitivoal final conseguí convencer a mis padresI can't work it outconsiguió clasificarse para la finalI finally managed to talk my parents round1.3conseguirshe managed to qualify o she qualified for the final que+ subjuntivosi sigues así vas a conseguir que me enfadeal final conseguí que me dejaran pasarif you carry on like that, you're going to get me annoyedconseguí que me lo prestaraI finally got them to let me throughI finally managed to persuade them to let me throughI got him o I managed to get him to lend it to me
- Nosotros estamos contentos y queremos conseguir los resultados.
- Para cargos sencillos y hasta manuales tienes que pasar por todo un drama para conseguir empleo.
- Se mostró seguro de conseguir la victoria en las parlamentarias.
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