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mend

verb /mend/
to put (something broken, torn etc) into good condition again; to repair
arreglar
Can you mend this broken chair?
to grow better, especially in health
curarse
My broken leg is mending very well.
mending noun the act of repairing
arreglo
He served as a go-between in the mending of the relationship between the two countries.
things needing to be mended, especially by sewing
ropa para arreglar
Put your torn shirt with my pile of mending!
(Definition of mend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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