The word repasaría is the conditional form of repasar in the first person singular. There are other translations for this conjugation.
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repasar(
rreh
-
pah
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sahr
)
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to examine)
a. to go over
Tenemos que repasar el presupuesto antes de presentarlo en la asamblea general.We need to go over the budget before we present it at the general assembly.
b. to check
¿Ya repasaste el estado de flujo de efectivo del año pasado?Did you check last year's cash flow statement yet?
c. to go through
¿Podemos repasar estas imágenes antes de escoger una?Can we go through these images before we pick one?
d. to skim (quickly)
Necesito repasar este párrafo antes de la clase.I need to skim this paragraph before class.
2. (to study)
a. to review
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
Tienen que repasar los capítulos del uno al nueve para el examen.You have to review chapters one through nine for the exam.
b. to revise (United Kingdom)
Asegúrate de repasar tus apuntes antes del examen final de matemáticas.Be sure to revise your notes before the maths final.
c. to go over
Vamos a tomar un café después de clase para repasar nuestros apuntes juntos.Let's meet for coffee after class so we can go over our notes together.
3. (to sew again)
a. to reinforce
Hay que repasar este botón o se va a caer.This button needs to be reinforced or it will fall off.
4. (to clean) (Southern Cone)
a. to wipe
Quiero que repases los muebles con este trapo.I want you to wipe the furniture with this cloth.
5. (to pass another time)
a. to pass again
Creo que estamos repasando la misma tienda.I think we're passing the same store again.
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repasar
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (revisar)
a. to go over, to check
hay que repasar las cuentas para detectar el errorwe'll have to go through all the accounts to find the mistake
hoy repasaremos la segunda lecciónwe'll go over lesson two again today
2. (estudiar)
a. to revise
3. (zurcir)
a. to darn, to mend
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repasar
transitive verb
1 [+cuenta] to check; [+texto, lección] to revise; [+apuntes] to go over (again); [+publicación etc] to put the finishing touches to; polish up
2 (Mecánica) (arreglar) to check; overhaul
3
repasar la plancha por una prenda to iron a garment again; give a garment another iron
4 (Cos) (coser) to sew; sew up
5 (S. Cone) [+platos] to wipe; [+mueble] to dust; polish; [+ropa] to brush; brush down
6 [+lugar] to pass again; pass by again
pasar y repasar una calle to go up and down a street
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