llevar a

llevar a(
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to transport to)
a. to take to
Pepe, por favor lleva estas plantas al jardín.Pepe, please take these plants to the yard.
b. to carry
David está llevando las maletas al carro.David is carrying the bags to the car.
c. to give a ride to (in a vehicle)
¿Me puedes llevar a la parada de bus? - Sí, claro.Can you give me a ride to the bus station? - Yes, of course.
2. (to escort to)
a. to take to
Después de que termine de registrarlos, Gabriel aquí los llevará a sus habitacions.After I finish checking you in, Gabriel here will take you to your rooms.
3. (to result in)
a. to lead to
Las políticas económicas del nuevo gobierno pueden llevar a una recesión.The economic policies of the new government can lead to a recession.
4. (connects with)
a. to lead to
Este pasadizo secreto lleva a la biblioteca del castillo.This secret passage leads to the castle's library.
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