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Definición de “supposed” en inglés

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supposed

adjective uk   /səˈpəʊzd/ us    /-ˈpoʊzd/

supposed adjective (DUTY)

be supposed to
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B2 to have to; to have a duty or a responsibility to: The children are supposed to be at school by 8.45 a.m. What are you doing out of bed - you're supposed to be asleep. You're not supposed (= allowed) to park here.

supposed adjective (INTENDED)

be supposed to
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B1 to be intended to: These batteries are supposed to last for a year. We were supposed to have gone away this week, but Debbie's ill so we couldn't go. How am I supposed to (= how can I) find that much money by the end of the week?

supposed adjective (OTHERS' OPINION)

[before noun] used to show that you do not believe that something or someone really is what many other people consider them to be: a supposed genius The costs of the programme outweigh its supposed benefits.
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Traducciones de “supposed”
en chino (tradicionál) 責任…
en ruso мнимый, предполагаемый…
en turco sözde, iddia edilen, ileri sürülen…
en chino (simplificado) 责任…
en polaco rzekomy…
(Definition of supposed from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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