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Spanish translation of “alight”

alight

verb /əˈlait/ (past tense, past participle alighted)
(formal) to get down from or out of
apearse de
The passengers alighted from the bus.
(with on) (literary) to settle or land on
posarse
The bird alighted on the fence.
(Definition of alight from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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