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Translation of "attach" - English-Spanish dictionary

attach

verb   /əˈtætʃ/
B1 to join one thing to another pegar, unir, adjuntar She attached a picture to her letter.
to join a file, such as a document, picture, or computer program, to an email adjuntar The information is in the attached document.
(Definition of attach from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

attach

verb /əˈtӕtʃ/
to fasten or join atar, sujetar, adjuntar I attached a label to my bag.
attached adjective
(with to) fond of apegado I’m very attached to my brother.
attachment noun
something extra attached accesorio There are several attachments for this food mixer.
(with for/to) liking or affection cariño, apego She felt a great deal of attachment to her home town.
(Definition of attach from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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