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Past participle ofattach. There are other translations for this conjugation.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (included)
a. adjunto
You will find the document you requested attached to this email.Encontrará adjunto en este correo electrónico el documento que me pidió.
2. (fond of)
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
He was very attached to his brothers.Le tenía mucho cariño a sus hermanos.
I used to hate my car, but now I've grown attached to it.Antes odiaba mi carro, pero me he encariñado con él.
3. (connected)
a. conectado
The water bottle is attached to his backpack.La botella de agua está conectada a su mochila.
b. unido
These two gummy bears are attached at the head!¡Estos dos ositos de gominola están unidos por la cabeza!
4. (in a couple)
a. emparejado
Is your sister attached, or can I ask her out?Tu hermana, ¿está emparejada, o puedo pedirle que salga conmigo?
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attached [əˈtætʃt]
1 (close)
they are very attached (to each other) se quieren mucho; to be attached to (fond of) [+person] tener cariño a; [+theory] estar apegado a; to become attached to sb encariñarse con algn
to be attached (married, spoken for) no estar libre
3 (associated)
the salary attached to the post is ... el sueldo que corresponde al puesto es ...; to be attached to an embassy estar agregado a una embajada; commission attached to the Ministry of ... comisión que depende del Ministerio de ...
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