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Translation of "forget" - English-Spanish dictionary

forget

verb   /fəˈɡet/ ( present participle forgetting, past tense forgot, past participle forgotten)
A2 to not bring something with you because you did not remember it olvidar I’ve forgotten my umbrella.
B1 to not remember something olvidar I’ve forgotten his name. Don’t forget to feed the cat.
B1 ( also forget about) to stop thinking about someone or something olvidarse Let’s try to forget about work.
(Definition of forget from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

forget

verb /fəˈɡet/ ( past tense forgot /fəˈɡot/, past participle forgotten /fəˈɡotn/)
to fail to remember olvidar He has forgotten my name.
to leave behind accidentally olvidar, dejar She has forgotten her handbag.
to lose control of (oneself), act in an undignified manner perder el control She forgot herself and criticized her boss during the company party.
forgetful adjective
often forgetting despistado, olvidadizo She is a very forgetful person.
forgetfully adverb
despistadamente, distraídamente He forgetfully left his umbrella on the train.
(Definition of forget from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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