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English translation of “dar”

dar

deliver
extend
give
give (something) away
hand (something) on
lend
dar a
back on to
face
look
open on to
overlook
dar a luz
bear
give birth (to)
produce
dar con
catch
contact
dar lugar a
give birth (to)
originate
giver rise to
darse cuenta
realize, realise
notice
darse prisa
make haste
hurry up
(Definition of dar from the Diccionario Password Español-Inglés © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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