Significado de “rid” - en el Diccionario Inglés

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rid en inglés británico

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uk /rɪd/ us /rɪd/
be rid of sth/sb

Más ejemplos

  • Have you got anything for getting rid of scuff marks on shoes?
  • We can't sell the house because we can't get rid of the sitting tenants.
  • The idea of the game is to get rid of all your cards as soon as you can.
  • The horses swished their tails to get rid of the flies hovering around them.
  • We had to sluice out the garage to get rid of the smell of petrol.

to not now have an unwanted or unpleasant task, object, or person:

I didn't enjoy marking those papers and I was glad to be rid of them.
get rid of sth

B1 to remove or throw away something unwanted:

That cream got rid of my skin rash.
I used weedkiller to get rid of the weeds in the garden.

B1 to sell an old or unwanted possession:

Have you managed to get rid of your old Volvo yet?
get rid of sb

C1 to send away someone annoying or to persuade them to leave:

We got rid of our unwelcome guests by saying we had to go to bed.

(Definición de rid del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

rid en inglés americano

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ridverb [ T ]

us /rɪd/ past tense and past participle rid

to free a person or place of something unwanted or harmful:

In the city, it is hard to rid a building permanently of pests.

(Definición de rid del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)