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Translation of "astray" - English-Spanish dictionary

astray

adverb   /əˈstreɪ/
go astray
to become lost extraviarse, perderse The letter must have gone astray in the post.1989967
lead someone astray
to stop someone from doing something correctly llevar a alguien por mal camino Her parents worried that she might be led astray by her unsuitable friends.1989967
(Definition of astray from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

astray

adjective, adverb /əˈstrei/
away from the right direction; missing, lost extraviado, perdido The letter has gone astray We were led astray by the inaccurate map.
(Definition of astray from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “astray”
in Vietnamese chệch hướng…
in Malaysian sesat…
in Thai หลงทาง…
in French égaré, perdu…
in German in die Irre…
in Indonesian tersesat, kesasar…
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