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recobrar

Translation of recobrar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: recobrarse verbo pronominal

  • 1.1 (recuperarse) See examples:recobrarse de algo
    (una enfermedad)
    to recover from something
    get over something
    recuperate from something
    [formal]
    (un susto)
    to recover from something
    get over something
    1.2 (Economía, Finanzas)recobrarse de algo
    to recoup something
Example sentences
  • A través de ti recobramos las fuerzas, que habíamos perdido.
  • Estas podrían recobrar fuerzas luego de su participación en la Copa.
  • Y recobren así su sensatez y su libertad.

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