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Translation of "obtain" - English-Spanish dictionary

obtain

verb   /əbˈteɪn/ formal
to get something obtener He obtained a law degree from Brown University.
(Definition of obtain from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

obtain

verb /əbˈtein/
to get; to become the possessor of obtener, conseguir He obtained a large sum of money by selling the house.
obtainable adjective
(opposite unobtainable) obtenible easily obtainable details.
(Definition of obtain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “obtain”
in Korean -을 얻다…
in Arabic يحصل عَلى, ينال…
in Malaysian memperolehi…
in French obtenir…
in Russian получать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 得到, 得到,獲得…
in Italian ottenere…
in Turkish elde etmek, edinmek, kazanmak…
in Polish uzyskać, otrzymać…
in Vietnamese đạt được…
in Portuguese obter…
in Thai ได้รับ…
in German erlangen…
in Catalan obtenir…
in Japanese ~を手に入れる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 得到, 得到,获得…
in Indonesian mendapatkan…
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