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pawn

verb /poːn/
to give (an article of value) to a pawnbroker in exchange for money (which may be repaid at a later time to get the article back)
empeñar
I had to pawn my watch to pay the bill.
pawnbroker noun a person who lends money in exchange for pawned articles.
prestamista
pawnshop noun a pawnbroker’s place of business.
casa de empeños, monte de piedad
in pawn having been pawned
en prenda
His watch is in pawn.
Translations of “pawn”
in Korean 물건을 전당포에 잡히다…
in Arabic يَرهَن…
in French mettre en gage…
in Italian impegnare, dare in pegno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 典當,典押,質押…
in Russian закладывать, отдавать в залог…
in Turkish rehine vermek/bırakmak…
in Polish zastawiać…
in Portuguese penhorar…
in German versetzen…
in Catalan empenyorar…
in Japanese ~を質に入れる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 典,当,典押…
(Definition of pawn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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