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atrasar

 
atrasar
transitive verb
1. to put back (retrasar) (cita, reloj); to move (further) back (poner más atrás)
intransitive verb
2. to be slow (reloj)
atrasarse
pronominal verb
1. to be late (en el tiempo)
2. to fall behind (quedarse atrás)
3. to lose time (reloj)
  • mi reloj se atrasa 5 minutos al día my watch loses 5 minutes a day
4. to be delayed (llegar tarde)
  • su vuelo se atrasó her flight was delayed
  • se atrasaron media hora they were delayed by half an hour
  • nos atrasamos hablando con mi tía we got held up talking to my aunt
atrasar
transitive verb
[+progreso] to slow down; [+salida etc] to delay; [+reloj] to put back;
intransitive verb
[+reloj] to lose time; be slow
mi reloj atrasa ocho minutos my watch is eight minutes slow
pronominal verb
atrasarse
1 (quedarse atrás) to stay back; remain behind; [+tren etc] to be late; [+reloj] to be slow
atrasarse en los pagos to be in arrears
2 (Latinoamérica) [+proyecto etc] to suffer a setback; (S. Cone) (lastimarse) to hurt o.s.;de in; [+mujer] to be pregnant
Verb Conjugations for atrasar
Gerund: atrasando
Participle: atrasado
Indicative
PresentPreteritImperfectConditionalFuture
yoatrasoatraséatrasabaatrasaríaatrasaré
atrasasatrasasteatrasabasatrasaríasatrasarás
él/ella/Ud.atrasaatrasóatrasabaatrasaríaatrasará
nosotrosatrasamosatrasamosatrasábamosatrasaríamosatrasaremos
vosotrosatrasáisatrasasteisatrasabaisatrasaríaisatrasaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.atrasanatrasaronatrasabanatrasaríanatrasarán
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