Spanische Übersetzung von rid
Wortformen:rid, past tense, past participle rid or ridded
to be rid of sth/sb: she was glad to be rid of him estaba contenta de haberse librado de él ⧫ estaba contenta de habérselo quitado de encima (inf)
will I never be rid of these debts? ¿me libraré alguna vez de estas deudas? ⧫ ¿me quitaré algún día estas deudas de encima? (inf)
to be well rid of sb haber hecho bien en librarse de algn
to get rid of [unwanted item] deshacerse de; [habit] quitarse; [rats, smell, waste, corruption] eliminar; (= sell) vender ⧫ deshacerse de
he denied helping him get rid of evidence negó haberle ayudado a deshacerse de las pruebas
I’ve been trying to get rid of this headache all day he estado intentando quitarme esta jaqueca todo el día
you need to get rid of that excess weight tienes que eliminar todos esos kilos de más
to get rid of sb librarse de algn; [tedious person] quitarse a algn de encima (inf); (euphemistic) (= kill) deshacerse de algn ⧫ eliminar a algn
you won’t get rid of me that easily no te librarás or desharás de mí tan fácilmente
to rid o.s. of sth/sb:
I couldn’t rid myself of the feeling that I was being watched no me podía librar de la sensación de que alguien me estaba vigilando
I can’t seem to rid myself of the habit no me puedo quitar la costumbre
to rid sth/sb of sth:
I couldn’t rid my mind of these thoughts no podía quitarme estos pensamientos de la cabeza
we want to rid the world of this disease queremos erradicar esta enfermedad en el mundo ⧫ queremos librar a la humanidad de esta enfermedad
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It's good to move house, get rid of the baggage and move on.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Just do something to get rid of that flaky skin around your nose and brows.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
They are howling for their family who got rid of them - sometimes for good reasons, sometimes for rubbish reasons.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
They want rid of our hooligans.The Sun (2016)
They were just trying to get rid of the day.The Sun (2012)
We must therefore get rid of this turbulence.The Sun (2010)
We'd be well rid of the party they supported, but not of them.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Everyone wants to get rid of him.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He has to get rid of this guy inside three rounds.The Sun (2016)
I actually do not have a problem with him getting rid of managers so frequently.The Sun (2013)
So they are as strong as we are that we are getting rid of corruption within the game.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You only get rid of it completely by reassurance.The Sun (2010)
In smaller gardens it is often a good idea to get rid of grass completely.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Because we get rid of England managers as a matter of meaningless habit.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
But from the sound of how he has changed you are well rid of him.The Sun (2011)
I'm having to get rid of my house.The Sun (2011)
In my opinion the world is well rid of him.The Sun (2008)
Instead, the emboldened demonstrators will now push to rid the country of the remnants of the old regime.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Let's get rid of the place altogether.The Sun (2007)
Red tape means it now takes a year to get rid of them.The Sun (2011)
So at some point it makes sense to get rid of it.The Sun (2016)
Tell him that this makes you feel second best and ask him to get rid of her clothes at least.The Sun (2013)
The capital is well rid of him.The Sun (2016)
We want to get rid of the bureaucracy they face in the classroom.The Sun (2014)
You may think you got rid of something but it can come back to bite you.The Sun (2008)
The first priority must be to rid the road of diesel cars.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The idea that modernising the railways depends on getting rid of guards is ludicrous.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The reform is needed to get rid of the notion of the safe seat.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Britisches Englisch: rid ADJECTIVE
If you are rid of someone or something that you did not want or that caused problems for you, they are no longer with you or causing problems for you.
The family had sought a way to be rid of her and the problems she had caused them.
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