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See the entry foragotado.
Past participle ofagotar.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (tired)
a. exhausted
Cuando me levanto temprano por la mañana, para la tarde me siento agotado.When I get up early in the morning, by the afternoon I feel exhausted.
2. (unavailable)
a. sold out
Hice fila en la tienda para comprar el teléfono celular nuevo pero cuando llegué, estaba agotado.I stood in line at the store to buy the new cellphone but when I got there, it was sold out.
3. (used up)
a. exhausted
Los recursos naturales agotados como resultado de malas prácticas extractivas son insustituibles.Natural resources exhausted as a result of bad extraction practices cannot be replaced.
4. (with no energy)
a. flat
La batería de mi celular está casi agotada.My cellphone battery is almost flat.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
estar agotado de hacer algoto be tired out from doing something
2. (producto)
a. out of stock, sold out
3. (pila, batería)
a. flat
1 (cansado)
estar agotado to be exhausted; be worn out
2 (acabado) [+mercancía, producto] sold out; [+existencias, provisión] finished; exhausted; [+libro] out of stock
3 [+pila] flat
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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