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Translation of "must" - English-Spanish dictionary

must

verb   strong /mʌst/ weak /məst/
A2 used to say that it is necessary that something happens or is done deber The meat must be cooked thoroughly.
B1 used to show that you think it is a good idea for someone to do something tener que We must meet for lunch.
used to show that you are certain something is true deber de You must be exhausted! She must be very wealthy.
(Definition of must from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

must

verb /mast/ ( negative short form mustn’t /-snt/)
used with another verb to express need deber, tener que We must go to the shops to get milk.
used, usually with another verb, to suggest a probability deber They must be finding it very difficult to live in such a small house.
used, usually with another verb, to express duty, an order, rule etc deber You must come home before midnight All competitors must be under 15 years of age.
must have
used to state a probability about something in the past deber haberse She must have been very young when she got married.
(Definition of must from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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