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what does aborrate mean in english?

updated SEP 2, 2010
posted by ninamartinez98

5 Answers


It looks to me that there is a direct object te on the end of the word. So the word would be aborra.

I looked up aborra which didn't have a definition. It said that aborrar was from aborrrecer but that was actually a misspelling of aborrecer which is to loath.

So aborrate should mean he/she/it loathes you.

Most of the time I would just direct you to the dictionary but that one was hard! Welcome to the forum.

updated SEP 2, 2010
edited by Lasairfiona
posted by Lasairfiona

Do you think that it might be misspelled?

Perhaps, "Apúrate" /"Hurry up.

updated SEP 2, 2010
posted by Sheily

¡Aborrate! - it means: "Get out of here! Go away!". Source: Movie "Mi Familia/ My Family" (1995). About Mexican family that immigrates to the U.S. (Drama, 125 Mins.)

updated SEP 2, 2010
edited by Chicago
posted by Chicago

diria que lo mas simple: ¿como se dice? ¿como se dice lapiz en ingles? = how do you say pencil an inglish? literalmente, creo, soy un novato, adeu.

updated SEP 2, 2010
posted by jesus-llastarri-garcia
inglish should be English. :) - JoshuaBelden, SEP 2, 2010

what does aborrate mean in English?

I can´t find that word in English. closest to that is abrogate

now, aborrate isn´t a word in Spanish either.

Are you sure that´s the correct spelling?

Similar word is: abarrote = food stuffs, provisions / grocery store. Also, small package to secure stowing of cargo on a ship.

updated ENE 19, 2010
posted by mediterrunio
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