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2 Translation results for dashing in Spanish

adjective | verb

dashing adjective

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gallardo, apuesto

Example sentences of
dashing adjective

  • She married a dashing young lawyer from the city.
  • a brave and dashing soldier
  • The actor cuts a dashing figure as a young Jack Kennedy.

dash verb

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dashed, has dashed, is dashing, dashes
romper, estrellar; romperse, estrellarse; lanzarse, irse apresuradamente; arrojar, lanzar; salpicar; frustrar

Example sentences of
dash verb

  • I'm sorry, but I must dash. I'm late.
  • She dashed down the hallway to the bathroom.
  • People were dashing inside to get out of the rain.
  • The waves dashed the boat against the rocks.
  • Her hopes of winning a medal were dashed after she broke her leg.

Detailed synonyms for dash verb

See: Frustrate

Reverse translation for dashing

gallardo  - brave, elegant, graceful 
apuesto  - elegant, good-looking 
romper  - to break, to break, to smash, to rip, to tear, to break off (relations), to break (a contract), to break through, to break down, to wear out 
estrellar  - to smash, to crash 
romperse  - to break, to burst 
estrellarse  - to crash, to collide 
lanzarse  - to throw oneself (at, into) 
arrojar  - to hurl, to cast, to throw, to give off, to spew out, to yield, to produce, to vomit 
lanzar  - to throw, to hurl, to pitch, to launch, to roll out 
salpicar  - to spatter, to splash, to sprinkle, to scatter about 
frustrar  - to frustrate, to thwart 
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