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Translation of "spend" - English-Spanish dictionary

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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