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Translation of "die" - English-Spanish dictionary

die

verb   /daɪ/ ( present participle dying, past tense and past participle died)
A1 to stop living morir Many of the refugees died of hunger.
be dying for something; be dying to do something informal
B1 to want to have or do something very much estar muerto de ganas de (hacer) algo I’m dying for a drink.
→  Phrasal verbs die out
(Definition of die from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

die

verb /dai/ ( present participle dying /ˈdaiiŋ/, past tense, past participle died)
to lose life; to stop living and become dead morir Those flowers are dying She died of old age.
to fade; to disappear apagarse, desaparecer The daylight was dying fast.
to have a strong desire (for something or to do something) morirse de ganas de I’m dying for a drink I’m dying to see her.
diehard noun
a person who resists new ideas conservador (also adjective) a diehard socialist.
die away phrasal verb
to fade from sight or hearing desvanecerse, apagarse, amainar The sound died away into the distance.
die down phrasal verb
to lose strength or power extinguirse, apagarse, irse apagando I think the wind has died down a bit.
die hard
to take a long time to disappear tardar en desaparecer Old habits die hard.
die off phrasal verb
to die quickly or in large numbers morir uno por uno, ir muriendo Herds of cattle were dying off because of the drought.
die out phrasal verb
to cease to exist anywhere perderse, extinguirse The custom died out during the last century.
(Definition of die from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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