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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to beseech)
a. to beg
Le suplicó al ladrón que no disparara.He begged the thief not to shoot.
b. to plead
Me puedes suplicar todo lo que quieras; de todos modos te voy a dar la multa.You can plead all you want; I'm going to give you the ticket anyway.
c. to implore
Te suplico que no le digas a mi papá lo que viste.I implore you not to tell my father what you saw.
2. (to petition)
a. to appeal to (legal)
Vamos a suplicar al tribunal de distrito.We are going to appeal to the district court.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (rogar)
suplicar algo (a alguien)to plead for something (with somebody)
suplicar a alguien que haga algoto beg somebody to do something
2. (law)
a. to appeal to
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transitive verb
1 (rogar) to beg; beg for; plead for; implore
suplicar a algn no hacer algo to beg o implore sb not to do sth; te suplico que te quedes I beg you to stay
se suplica cerrar la puerta please shut the door
2 (Jur) to appeal to; petition;de against
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