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Translation of "lift" - English-Spanish dictionary

lift

verb /lift/
to raise or bring to a higher position levantar, alzar The box was so heavy that I couldn’t lift it. to take and carry away coger, llevar He lifted the table through into the kitchen. (of mist etc) to disappear disiparse By noon, the fog was beginning to lift. to rise elevarse The aeroplane/airplane lifted into the air. lift off phrasal verb (of a rocket etc) to leave the ground. despegar
(Definition of lift from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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