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Translation of "browse" - English-Spanish dictionary

browse

verb   /braʊz/
to walk around a shop and look at things without buying anything echar un vistazo I love browsing around bookshops.
to look through a book or magazine without reading everything hojear I was just browsing through some fashion magazines.
to look at information on the internet navegar (por) to browse the Web
(Definition of browse from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

browse

verb /brauz/
(of people) to glance through a book etc casually hojear I don’t want to buy a book – I’m just browsing She was browsing through a fashion magazine.
(of animals) to feed (on shoots or leaves of plants). pacer
(computing ) to search computer material, especially on the Internet. navegar Pop-up ads are annoying when browsing online.
(Definition of browse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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