Sack in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary
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sack
[sæk]
noun
1. saco (m) (bag)
  • to hit the sack (familiar) meterse en el sobre(go to bed), irse a la piltra (español de España)
2. (familiar) (dismissal)
  • to give somebody the sack echar a alguien
  • he got the sack lo echaron
transitive verb
3. echar, despedir (familiar) (dismiss from job)
noun
1. saqueo (m) (plundering)
transitive verb
2. saquear (town)
sack [sæk]
noun
1 (bag) (Britain) (for coal, grain) saco (m)
a sack of potatoes un saco de patatas
a sack of grain a sack of coal
to look like a sack of potatoes parecer un saco de patatas
I look like a sack of potatoes in this dress, don't I?
(US) (for shopping) bolsa (f) de papel
a sack of groceries
2 (from job)
to get the sack ser despedido; he got the sack lo despidieron; to give sb the sack despedir or echar a algn
3 especially (US) (bed)
the sack la cama; el sobre (informal); to hit the sack echarse a dormir
they had been in the sack together that afternoon what's he like in the sack?
transitive verb
1 (put into sacks) ensacar; meter en sacos
2 (dismiss) despedir
he was sacked lo despidieron; to be sacked for doing sth ser despedido por hacer algo
A deputy headmistress has been sacked for having an affair with a pupil they were sacked for corruption the Prime Minister sacked 18 government officials for corruption
modifier
sack dress (n) vestido (m) tipo saco
sack race (n) carrera (f) de sacos
sack [sæk]
noun
(plundering) saqueo (m)
the sack of Troy
transitive verb
(lay waste) saquear
Bristol was a major port for importing sherry sack.
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