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Spanish translation of “understudy”

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understudy

verb /ˈandəstadi/ ( past tense, past participle understudied)
to study (a part in a play, opera etc ) so as to be able to take the place of (another actor, singer etc).
doblar, aprender un papel para suplir (a alguien)
Translations of “understudy”
in French doubler…
in German eine Rolle etc. als Ersatzmann einstudieren…
(Definition of understudy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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