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Spanish translation of “become”

become

verb /biˈkam/ (past tense became /biˈkeim/, past participle become)
to come or grow to be
volverse, ponerse, convertirse
Her coat has become badly torn She has become even more beautiful.
to qualify or take a job as
hacerse, llegar a ser
She became a doctor.
(with of) to happen to
ser de
What became of her son?
(formal) to suit
sentar bien, quedar bien
That dress really becomes her.
becoming adjective (formal) attractive
favorecedor
She was wearing a becoming dress.
becomingly adverb
convenientemente
She was dressed becomingly in a pale blue dress.
(Definition of become from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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