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


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. usado
I always end up with my older sister's used clothes.Siempre acabo con la ropa usada de mi hermana mayor.
b. de segunda mano
His parents would only let him buy a used car once he earned his license.Sus padres solo le dejarían comprar un carro de segunda mano una vez que sacara su licencia.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (second-hand)
a. usado(a)
2. (car, book)
a. usado(a), de ocasión
3. (accustomed)
to be used to (doing) somethingestar acostumbrado(a) a (hacer) algo
to get used to something/somebodyacostumbrarse a algo/alguien
4. (exploited)
to feel usedsentirse utilizado(a) or manipulado(a)
used [juːzd]
1 (finished with) [+stamp, syringe] usado; [+battery, tyre] gastado; usado
2 (second-hand) [+clothing, car] usado
coche $ usado
a used car un coche de segunda mano
used [juːst]
to be used to sth estar acostumbrado a algo; he wasn't used to driving on the right no estaba acostumbrado a conducir por la derecha; don't worry, I'm used to it no te preocupes, estoy acostumbrado; to be used to doing sth estar acostumbrado a hacer algo; to get used to acostumbrarse a; I still haven't got used to the lifts todavía no me he acostumbrado a los ascensores
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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