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2 Translation results for abandon in Spanish

verb | noun

abandon verb

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abandoned, has abandoned, is abandoning, abandons
abandonar, desamparar (a alguien), desertar de (algo); renunciar a, suspender; evacuar, dejar

Example sentences of
abandon verb

  • They abandoned the car on a back road.
  • That house was abandoned years ago.
  • The approaching fire forced hundreds of people to abandon their homes.
  • The officer refused to abandon his post.
  • The policy abandons the most vulnerable members of society.
  • She abandoned the party not long after the election.

Detailed synonyms for abandon verb

1. Abandon, desert, forsake, leave significan dejar, renunciar por completo.
  • Abandon puede indicar una indiferencia total hacia el porvenir de lo que se renuncia o se deja <new research led him to abandon his theory>.
  • Desert connota una relación (por ejemplo, de ocupación o de custodia); puede indicar desolación <deserted farms growing up to brush> o culpabilidad <several soldiers had deserted their posts>.
    antonyms: stick to
  • Forsake indica la ruptura de una asociación estrecha a causa de un rechazo o una renuncia <wouldn't forsake her beliefs>.
    antonyms: return to
  • Leave connota el finalizar una asociación y suele ser emocionalmente neutral <left his wife>.
2. See: Relinquish

abandon noun

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Example sentences of
abandon noun

  • added spices to the stew with complete abandon

Synonyms of
abandon noun

Detailed synonyms for abandon noun

Reverse translation for abandon

abandonar  - to abandon, to leave, to give up, to quit, to drop out 
desamparar  (a alguien) - to abandon, to forsake 
desertar de  (algo)
suspender  - to suspend, to hang, to suspend, to discontinue, to suspend, to dismiss 
evacuar  - to evacuate, to vacate, to have a bowel movement, to carry out 
dejar  - to leave, to abandon, to forsake, to let be, to let go, to allow, to permit 
desenfreno  - abandon, unrestraint 
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