saca dinero
phrase
1. (informal) (imperative; second person singular) 
Saca dinero del banco si quieres pagar la computadora en metálico.Take money out of the bank if you want to pay for the computer in cash.
Si vas al banco, saca dinero, por favor.If you go to the bank, withdraw some money, please.
2. (indicative; third person singular) 
a. he takes money out (masculine) 
Siempre que voy a tomar un café con Alfredo, saca dinero de su cartera y paga tan rápido que yo nunca tengo oportunidad de hacerlo.Whenever I go for a coffee with Alfredo, he takes money out of his wallet and pays so fast that I never get a chance to do it.
b. she takes money out (feminine) 
Es mi esposa quien paga el alquiler cada mes. Saca dinero de nuestra cuenta y se lo entrega en mano al dueño de la casa.It's my wife who pays the rent every month. She takes money out of our account and hands it to the landlord.
Todos los lunes, cuando acaba la clase de francés, María saca dinero de su bolso y paga al profesor.Every Monday, at the end of her French class, Maria takes money out of her purse and pays her teacher.
3. (formal) (indicative; second person singular) 
Si saca dinero de su cuenta, no hace falta que saque yo de la mía, ¿verdad?If you take money out of your account, I don't need to take money out of mine, do I?
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