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Translation of "deserve" - English-Spanish dictionary

deserve

verb   /dɪˈzɜːv/ ( present participle deserving, past tense and past participle deserved)
B1 If you deserve something good or bad, it should happen to you because of the way you have behaved. merecer He deserves to be locked up for life.
(Definition of deserve from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

deserve

verb /diˈzəːv/
to have earned as a right by one’s actions; to be worthy of merecer He deserves recognition of his achievements.
deserving adjective
(opposite undeserving)
worthy or suitable (to be given charity etc) meritorio I only give money to deserving causes.
(with of) worthy of merecedor, digno de He is deserving of better treatment than this.
(Definition of deserve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “deserve”
in Korean -할만 하다…
in Arabic يَسْتَحِق…
in Malaysian patut…
in French mériter…
in Russian заслуживать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 值得, 應得…
in Italian meritare, meritarsi…
in Turkish haketmek, layık olmak…
in Polish zasługiwać na…
in Vietnamese xứng đáng…
in Portuguese merecer…
in Thai สมควรได้รับ…
in German verdienen…
in Catalan merèixer…
in Japanese ~する価値がある, ~の報いを受けて当然だ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 值得, 应得…
in Indonesian layak, berhak…
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