tasar
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tasar(
tah
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sahr
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to assess the value of)
a. to value
Un joyero tasó la corona de oro en cinco millones de dólares.A jeweler valued the gold crown at five million dollars.
b. to fix at
El agente inmobiliario tasó la casa en cien mil pesos.The real estate agent fixed the house at a hundred thousand pesos.
c. to rate (work)
El tiempo adicional está tasado en veinte dólares por hora.Extra time is rated at twenty dollars an hour.
2. (to restrict)
a. to limit
La empresa necesita tasar el dinero gastado en refrigerios.The company needs to limit the money spent on snacks.
b. to ration (food)
Debemos tasar los suministros hasta que llegue el equipo de rescate.We must ration our supplies until the rescue team saves us.
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tasar
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (valorar)
a. to value
2. (fijar precio)
a. to fix a price for
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tasar
transitive verb
1 (valorar) to value
2 [+trabajo] to rate;en at
3 (restringir) to limit; put a limit on; restrict; (racionar) to ration; (escatimar) to be sparing with; to be mean with; stint
les tasa a los niños hasta la leche she even rations her children's milk
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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