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Translation of "liable" - English-Spanish dictionary

liable

adjective   /ˈlaɪ·ə·bl/
be liable to do something
to be likely to do something ser posible que pase algo, tener tendencia a hacer algo He is liable to get angry if you wake him.
(Definition of liable from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

liable

adjective /ˈlaiəbl/
(with to) tending to have, get, suffer from etc propenso This road is liable to flooding He is liable to bouts of depression.
possibly or probably about (to do something or to happen) que puede… Watch the milk – it’s liable to boil over.
legally responsible (for) responsable The airline is liable to you for any damage to your luggage.
likely to get (a fine, a punishment) expuesto, sujeto Do not litter! Offenders are liable to fines of up to $100.
liability noun ( plural liabilities)
responsabilidad financial liabilities.
(Definition of liable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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