subsanan they excuse
The word subsanan is the present form of subsanar in the third person plural. See the full subsanar conjugation.
subsanar(
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transitive verb
1. (to forgive) 
a. to excuse 
El jefe me subsanó la falta que cometí, pero dijo que la próxima vez me echa.My boss excused my offense, but said he'd fire me next time.
2. (to fix) 
El objetivo de la ley es subsanar la injusticia social que sufren las minorías.The goal of this law is to rectify the social injustice that minorities suffer.
Mi amiga francesa leyó mi tarea para subsanar los errores gramaticales.My French friend read my homework to correct the grammar mistakes.
c. to repair 
Según la víctima, el fallo del juez no subsanó los daños y perjuicios que sufió.According to the victim, the judgement didn't repair the damages.
Marqué todos los errores de tipeo. A tí te toca subsanarlos.I marked all the typing errors. It's up to you to put them right.
3. (to compensate) 
Ninguna suma de dinero podrá subsanar la ofensa que cometiste.No money will be enough to make up for the offense you committed.
4. (to get round) 
Tuve que subsanar muchas dificultades para poder obtener la visa de trabajo.I had to overcome many obstacles to obtain the working visa.
subsanar
transitive verb
1. (solucionar) 
a. to resolve 
2. (corregir) 
a. to correct 
3. (disculpar) 
a. to excuse 
subsanar
transitive verb
[+falta] to overlook; excuse; [+perjuicio, defecto] to repair; make good; [+error] to rectify; put right; [+deficiencia] to make up for; [+dificultad, obstáculo] to get round; overcome;
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