llevaron a cabo

llevaron a cabo
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person plural)
a. they carried out
Los médicos eran optimistas. Llevaron a cabo varias pruebas que mostraban que el paciente había mejorado mucho.The doctors were optimistic. They carried out several tests that showed the patient had improved a lot.
b. carried out
Los policías llevaron a cabo una investigación exhaustiva.The police carried out a thorough investigation.
c. they executed
Me encantaron los trapecistas. Llevaron a cabo sus números maravillosamente.I loved the trapeze artists. They executed their routine wonderfully.
d. executed
Los ladrones llevaron a cabo su plan a la perfección.The thieves executed their plan to perfection.
2. (second person plural)
a. you carried out
Imagino que ustedes llevaron a cabo los experimentos necesarios para verificar su hipótesis. - Por supuesto.I suppose you carried out the necessary experiments to verify your theory. - Of course.
b. you executed
Ustedes llevaron a cabo las órdenes que les dieron sus superiores, de modo que no deberían culparse por lo sucedido.You executed the orders you were given by your superiors, so you shouldn't blame yourselves for what happened.
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