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Translation of "adopt" - English-Spanish dictionary

adopt

verb   /əˈdɒpt/
to take someone else’s child into your family and legally become the parent of that child adoptar He was adopted as a baby.
to start doing or using something new adoptar We’ve adopted a different approach to solving the problem.
(Definition of adopt from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

adopt

verb /əˈdopt/
to take (a child of other parents) as one’s own adoptar Since they had no children of their own, they decided to adopt a little girl.
to take (something) as one’s own adoptar While he was living in France, he adopted the French way of life.
to formally approve a suggestion Adoptar The policy was adopted after a vote by the council.
adopted /əˈdoptid/ adjective
Adoptado Their son is adopted.
adoptive /-tiv/ adjective
an adoptive parent is a parent who has adopted a child adoptivo his adoptive father.
(Definition of adopt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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