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Translation of "rot" - English-Spanish dictionary

rot

verb   /rɒt/ /rɒt/ ( present participle rotting, past tense and past participle rotted)
to become bad and soft because of being dead or old pudrir(se), descomponer(se) The fruit had been left to rot on the trees. Sugar rots your teeth.
(Definition of rot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rot

verb /rot/ ( past tense, past participle rotted)
to make or become bad or decayed pudrir, corromper, descomponer The fruit is rotting on the ground Water rots wood.
rotten adjective
(of meat, fruit etc) having gone bad; decayed podrido rotten vegetables.
bad; mean malo, vil What rotten luck! It was a rotten thing to do.
rottenness noun
podredumbre, putrefacción
rotter noun
(British, informal, old-fashioned) a mean, bad person canalla, sinvergüenza an absolute rotter.
(Definition of rot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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