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2 Translation results for spent in Spanish

adjective | verb

spent adjective

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(dinero) gastado; usado, gastado, vacío; (salud) agotado

Example sentences of
spent adjective

  • he plopped down in his chair, completely spent, and then fell asleep

spend verb

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spent, has spent, is spending, spends
gastar (dinero, etc.); pasar (el tiempo)

Example sentences of
spend verb

  • They spend a lot on clothes and cars.
  • I want to buy a new car, but I don't have much money to spend.
  • Her willingness to spend freely made her popular among her friends.
  • He spends lavishly on vacations.
  • I spent my summer at the beach.
  • She spent eight months living in New York City.
  • Relaxing with friends is a great way to spend a weekend.
  • Our cat spends most of his time sleeping.
  • Too much of my time is spent arguing with customers.
  • I spent $30 on his birthday gift.

Synonyms of
spend verb

Detailed synonyms for spend verb

Spend, disburse, lay out significan pagar por algo que se ha recibido o se ha esperado.
  • Spend connota el mero hecho de pagar <spends a lot at restaurants every week> e indica el agotar o consumir lo que se usa <spent months trying to find a satisfactory house>.
    antonyms: save
  • Disburse indica el pagar dinero proveniente de un fondo, pero puede también indicar la distribución, por ejemplo a pensionistas o herederos, y recalca a menudo el actuar bajo autoridad <the government office that disburses the funds>.
  • Lay out es un término informal que significa gastar <for the best model he'll have to lay out $400 more>.

Reverse translation for spent

gastado  (dinero)
usado  - used, secondhand, worn, worn-out 
gastado  - spent, worn, worn-out 
vacío  - vacant, empty, meaningless 
agotado  (salud)
gastar  (dinero, etc.) - to spend, to consume, to use up, to squander, to waste, to wear 
pasar  (el tiempo) - to pass, to give, to pass, to go by, to come by, to pass (a test), to come in, to enter, to happen, to go over, to cross, to manage, to get by, to spend (time), to tolerate, to be over, to end, to go through, to suffer, to show (a movie, etc.), to overtake, to 
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