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Translation of "rescue" - English-Spanish dictionary

rescue

verb   /ˈres·kjuː/ ( present participle rescuing, past tense and past participle rescued)
B1 to save someone or something from a dangerous situation rescatar Fifty passengers had to be rescued from a sinking ship.
noun   /ˈreskjuː/
B1 the act of saving someone or something from a dangerous situation salvamento, rescate a rescue attempt
(Definition of rescue from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rescue

verb /ˈreskjuː/
to get or take out of a dangerous situation, captivity etc rescatar, socorrer The lifeboat was sent out to rescue the sailors from the sinking ship.
rescuer noun
salvador
(Definition of rescue from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “rescue”
in Korean 구하다…
in Arabic يُنْقِذ…
in Malaysian menyelamatkan…
in French secourir…
in Russian спасать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 救援, 營救, 解救…
in Italian salvare, soccorrere…
in Turkish kurtarmak…
in Polish ratować, ocalić…
in Vietnamese cứu nguy…
in Portuguese resgatar, salvar…
in Thai ช่วยชีวิต…
in German retten…
in Catalan rescatar, salvar…
in Japanese ~を救助する, 救出する, 助ける…
in Chinese (Simplified) 救援, 营救, 解救…
in Indonesian menolong…
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