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Translation of "budge" - English-Spanish dictionary

budge

verb   /bʌdʒ/
If something will not budge or you cannot budge it, it will not move. to move or to make something move mover(se) I’ve tried moving the desk but it won’t budge/I can’t budge it.16372514
to change your opinion or to make someone change their opinion to change your opinion or to make someone change their opinion ceder I’ve tried persuading her, but she won’t budge.1917
→  Phrasal verbs budge up
(Definition of budge from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

budge

verb /badʒ/
to (cause to) move, even slightly mover I can’t budge this box – it’s too heavy! The truck won’t budge – it’s got stuck in the mud.
(Definition of budge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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