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resort

verb /rəˈzoːt/
(with to) to begin to use, do etc as a way of solving a problem etc when other methods have failed
recurrir (a)
He couldn’t persuade people to do what he wanted, so he resorted to threats of violence.
as a last resort when all other methods etc have failed
como último recurso
If we can’t get the money in any other way, I suppose we could, as a last resort, sell the car
Translations of “resort”
in French avoir recours (à)…
in German Zuflucht nehmen zu…
(Definition of resort from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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