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English translation of “dejar”

dejar

abandon
cast off
drop someone off
leave
let
put something down
dejar el hotel
check out
dejar en paz
let (someone or something) alone/be
dejarse llevar
drift
go with the flow
indulge in
(Definition of dejar from the Diccionario Password Español-Inglés © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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