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Translation of "spend" - English-Spanish dictionary

spend

verb   /spend/ ( past tense and past participle spent)
A2 to use money to buy or pay for something gastar She spends a lot on clothes. How much did you spend?
A2 to use time doing something or being somewhere pasar He spent 18 months working on the project. He’s planning to spend some time at home with his family.
(Definition of spend from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

spend

verb /spend/ ( past tense, past participle spent /-t/)
to use up or pay out (money) gastar He spends more than he earns.
to pass (time) pasar I spent a week in Spain this summer.
spent /spent/ adjective
used usado, gastado a spent match.
exhausted agotado By the time we had done half of the job we were all spent.
spendthrift noun
a person who spends his money freely and carelessly. derrochador
(Definition of spend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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