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desert

verb /diˈzəːt/
to go away from and leave without help etc; to leave or abandon
abandonar
Why did you desert us?
to run away, usually from the army
desertar
He was shot for trying to desert.
deserted adjective with no people etc
desierto
The streets are completely deserted.
abandoned
abandonado
his deserted wife and children.
deserter noun a man who deserts from the army etc
desertor
All deserters will be executed.
desertion /-ʃən/ noun (an) act of deserting.
deserción
(Definition of desert from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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