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Spanish translation of “enlist”

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enlist

verb /inˈlist/
to join an army etc
alistar
My father enlisted on the day after war was declared.
to obtain the support and help of
reclutar; conseguir ayuda
He has enlisted George to help him organize the party.
to obtain (support and help) from someone
conseguir
They enlisted the support of five hundred people for their campaign.
(Definition of enlist from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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