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Significado de “obtain” - Diccionario Inglés

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obtainverb

uk   /əbˈteɪn/  us   /əbˈteɪn/ formal
  • obtain verb (GET)

B2 [T] to get something, ​especially by ​asking for it, ​buying it, ​working for it, or ​producing it from something ​else: to obtain ​permission First ​editions of these ​books are now ​almostimpossible to obtain. In the second ​experiment they obtained a very ​clearresult. Sugar is obtained bycrushing and ​processingsugarcane.

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obtainverb [T]

 us   /əbˈteɪn, ɑb-/
to get something, esp. by a ​plannedeffort: to obtain ​knowledge She was ​finallyable to obtain ​legalpossession of the ​house.
obtainable
adjective [not gradable]  us   /əbˈteɪ·nə·bəl, ɑb-/
That ​drug is now obtainable without a ​prescription.
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Traducciones de “obtain”
en coreano -을 얻다…
en árabe يحصل عَلى, ينال…
in Malaysian memperolehi…
en francés obtenir…
en ruso получать…
en chino (tradicionál) 得到, 得到,獲得…
en italiano ottenere…
en turco elde etmek, edinmek, kazanmak…
en polaco uzyskać, otrzymać…
en español obtener, conseguir…
in Vietnamese đạt được…
en portugués obter…
in Thai ได้รับ…
en alemán erlangen…
en catalán obtenir…
en japonés ~を手に入れる…
en chino (simplificado) 得到, 得到,获得…
in Indonesian mendapatkan…
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