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Translation of "echar" - Spanish-English dictionary

echar

eject
sack
throw someone/something out
turn someone/something out
echar de menos
miss
echar la culpa
blame
echarse
get your head down
lie down
echarse a perder
go off
go to seed
echar una mano
give someone a hand
help out
(Definition of echar from the Diccionario Password Español-Inglés © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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