Possible Results:
-I'll go out
See the entry forsaldré.
Futureyoconjugation ofsalir.


A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I'll exit)
a. I'll go out
Estoy en el baño. Saldré en un minuto.I'm in the bathroom. I'll go out in a minute.
b. I'll leave
Saldré del centro comercial cuando deje de llover.I'll leave the mall when it stops raining.
c. I'll come out
Saldré de mi escondite cuando crea que sea seguro hacerlo.I'll come out of my hideout when I feel it's safe to do so.
d. I'll get out
Saldré del coche y me fijaré si las ruedas están desinfladas.I'll get out the car and check if the tires are flat.
2. (I'll depart)
a. I'll leave
Saldré de mi casa luego de almorzar y te pasaré a buscar.I'll leave home after having lunch and I'll pick you up.
b. I'll set off
"Vayan temprano al aeródromo. Saldré a las 8 am", dijo el piloto."Go early to the airfield. I'll set off at 8 am," said the pilot.
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