caducaba
-I was expiring
The word caducaba is the imperfect form of caducar in the first person singular. There are other translations for this conjugation.
See the full caducar conjugation

caducar

Esto caducaba hoy, así que si no os lo coméis, probablemente se echará a perder.
These came in to the precinct today, so if you don't eat them, probably just go stale.
En realidad, no había necesidad de tal fuga; su destierro caducaba en julio de 1911.
As a matter of fact, there was no need of escape; the term of his exile ended in July, 1911.
Mindy Talmadge, portavoz del SFFD, dijo que la certificación estuvo vigente durante la noche del 28 de enero, pero caducaba a la mañana siguiente.
SFFD spokesperson Mindy Talmadge said the building's certification was good through the night of Jan. 28, but set to expire the following morning.
El Contralor aclaró que la consignación aprobada caducaba el 31 de diciembre de 2005 y que no existía un mecanismo para transferir los fondos al bienio siguiente.
The Comptroller clarified that the appropriation which had been approved would lapse on 31 December 2005 and there was no mechanism to carry the funds into the next biennium.
Caducaba a los dos días, así que fui a desempeñarla.
The time was out in two days, so I redeemed the pledge.
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