go out en Español

Pronunciación
salir, egresar, emigrar, irse, apagarse, extinguirse, extinguirse gradualmente, salir a divertirse

Ejemplos

‘Well, don’t let her go out this evening. Let her go out tomorrow; it is the same thing,’ says Bob.
‘Pues, que no salga esta noche, que salga mañana; es lo mismo,’ dice Bob.
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Ana and I never go out.
Ana y yo nunca salimos.
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Are you going to write or go out?
¿Van ustedes a escribir o a salir?
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Because the maid wants to go out this evening.
Porque la criada quiere salir esta noche.
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Bob, tell her that ‘well, don’t let her go out tonight. Let her go out tomorrow. It is the same thing.
Bob, dígale que pues que no salga esta noche, que salga mañana; que es lo mismo.
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Could we go out and buy it?
¿Podríamos salir a comprarlo?
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Could we go out to see it?
¿Podríamos salir a verlo?
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Did he go out on Sunday?
¿Salió él el domingo?
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Did he study or go out last night?
¿Anoche él estudió o salió?
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Did they go out on Sunday?
¿Salieron ellos el domingo?
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Sinónimos

move out of or depart from: undock, log off, depart, go forth, eject, file out, move, go away, get off, leave, pop out, exit, get out, go, log out, fall out, hop out, step out
leave the house to go somewhere: leave, go away, go forth, date
take the field: leave, go away, go forth
become extinguished: finish, end, terminate, stop, cease
date regularly; have a steady relationship with: associate, consort, assort, see, affiliate, date, go steady
go out of fashion; become unfashionable: change



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