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Translation of "exhaust" - English-Spanish dictionary

exhaust

verb   /ɪɡˈzɔːst/
to finish all of the supply of something agotar How long will it be before the world’s fuel supplies are exhausted?
to make someone very tired agotar The long journey exhausted me.
(Definition of exhaust from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

exhaust

verb /iɡˈzoːst/
to make very tired agotar She was exhausted by her long walk.
to use all of; to use completely agotar We have exhausted our supplies You’re exhausting my patience.
to say all that can be said about (a subject etc) agotar We’ve exhausted that topic.
exhausted adjective
extremely tired agotado I felt exhausted after climbing all those stairs.
exhausting adjective
making you feel extremely tired agotador an exhausting day/journey.
exhaustion noun
the state of being extremely tired agotamiento He collapsed from exhaustion.
exhaustive /-tiv/ adjective
complete; very thorough exhaustivo an exhaustive search.
(Definition of exhaust from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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