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Translation of "nod" - English-Spanish dictionary

nod

verb   /nɒd/ ( present participle nodding, past tense and past participle nodded)
to move your head up and down as a way of agreeing asentir con la cabeza I asked Barbara if she liked him and she nodded.
nod noun   /nɒd/
inclinación de cabeza He gave a nod of approval.
→  Phrasal verbs nod off
(Definition of nod from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nod

verb /nod/ ( past tense, past participle nodded)
to make a quick forward and downward movement of the head to show agreement, as a greeting etc saludar con la cabeza, asentir I asked him if he agreed and he nodded (his head) He nodded to the man as he passed him in the street.
to let the head fall forward and downward when sleepy dar cabezadas Grandmother sat nodding by the fire.
nod off phrasal verb
to fall asleep dormirse He nodded off while she was speaking to him.
(Definition of nod from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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