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Translation of "abroad" - English-Spanish dictionary

abroad

adverb   /əˈbrɔːd/
B1 in or to a different country al/en el extranjero Are you going abroad this summer? I would like to study abroad next year.
(Definition of abroad from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

abroad

adverb /əˈbroːd/
in or to another country en el extranjero, fuera He lived abroad for many years.
(formal) current; going around que corre, en circulación There’s a rumour/rumor abroad that she is leaving the company.
(Definition of abroad from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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