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Spanish translation of “rid”

rid

verb /rid/ (present participle ridding, past tense, past participle rid)
(with of); to free (someone etc) from
librar
We must try to rid the town of rats.
be/get rid of to have removed, to remove; to free oneself from
librarse de
I thought I’d never get rid of these weeds I’m rid of my debts at last.
good riddance /ˈridəns/ I am happy to have got rid of it, him etc
que se vaya con viento fresco
I’ve thrown out all those old books, and good riddance (to the lot of them)!
(Definition of rid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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