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Past participle ofspend. There are other translations for this conjugation.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (empty)
a. usado
We collected some spent shell casings from the scene of the crime.Juntamos algunos casquillos usados de la escena del crimen.
b. gastado
Spent nuclear fuel must be securely stored for over 100,000 years.El combustible nuclear gastado debe ser almacenado de forma segura por más de 100 000 años.
2. (exhausted)
a. agotado
The men were spent after 18 hours of digging post holes.Los hombres estaban agotados después de 18 horas de cavar hoyos para los postes.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (fuel, ammunition)
a. usado(a)
to be a spent forceser una fuerza devaluada
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spent [spent]
[+match, light bulb, battery] gastado; [+bullet, cartridge, ammunition] usado
he dropped the spent match and raised his eyes to look at her shattered trees, snapped off at the trunk, litter the forest floor like spent matches Radioactive waste is simply spent fuel The Palestinian dying and injured lay wailing in pools of blood, surrounded by stones and spent cartridges he fired a single shot, then ejected the spent cartridge
he's a spent force ya no es lo que era
this led the administration to stick by Gorbachev long after it was clear that he was a spent force the West Indies are a spent force and no threat in the World Cup
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