1. (in order to exit)
Hace falta tener buena orientación para salir del laberinto.You need a good sense of direction in order to go out of the maze.
b. to go out
Tenemos que esperar a que escampe para salir.We have to wait until it stops raining to go out.
c. to leave
No necesitas visado para salir, pero sí para entrar al país.You don't need a visa to leave, but you need it to enter the country.
d. to come out
Hace mucho frío. Hay que abrigarse bien para salir.It's pretty cold. You have to wrap up to come out.
e. to get out
Usa las escalerillas para salir de la piscina.Use the ladder to get out of the swimming pool.
2. (in order to do activities outside the house)
a. to go out
Los chicos se estaban preparando para salir.The kids were getting ready to go out.
3. (in order to date)
a. to go out
Hice todo lo que pude para salir con Encarna.I did all I could to go out with Encarna.
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