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English translation of “llevar”

llevar

bear
carry
handle
lead
manage
wash something away
wear
llevar a cabo
carry out
conduct
do
execute
llevar a buen término
see something through
llevar al día
keep
llevar las riendas
rule the roost
llevarse
blow
carry someone/something off
remove
snap something up
take
wash something away
(Definition of llevar from the Diccionario Password Español-Inglés © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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