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Translation of "haunt" - English-Spanish dictionary

haunt

verb   /hɔːnt/
If a ghost haunts a place, it appears there often. aparecerse en, rondar a haunted house
If an unpleasant memory or feeling haunts you, you think about or feel it often. obsesionar, perseguir It was an experience that haunted him for the rest of his life.
(Definition of haunt from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

haunt

verb /hoːnt/
(of a ghost) to inhabit aparecer en, rondar por A ghost is said to haunt this house.
(of an unpleasant memory) to keep coming back into the mind of perseguir, obsesionar Her look of misery haunts me.
to visit very often frecuentar He haunts that café.
haunted adjective
inhabited by ghosts encantado, embrujado a haunted castle The old house is said to be haunted.
(Definition of haunt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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