English translation of 'arrombar'
1. (porta) to break down
2. (cofre) to crack
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'arrombar' in Other Languages
British English: break in /breɪk ɪn/ VERB
If someone breaks in, they get into a building by force.
The robbers broke in and stole a valuable painting.
- American English: break in
- Arabic: يَقْتَحِم
- Brazilian Portuguese: arrombar
- Chinese: 闯入
- Croatian: provaliti
- Czech: vloupat se
- Danish: bryde ind
- Dutch: inbreken
- European Spanish: entrar
- Finnish: murtautua jonnekin
- French: cambrioler
- German: einbrechen
- Greek: κάνω διάρρηξη
- Italian: irrompere
- Japanese: 押し入る
- Korean: 침입하다
- Norwegian: bryte (seg) inn
- Polish: włamać się
- European Portuguese: arrombar
- Romanian: a intra prin efracție
- Russian: вламываться
- Spanish: irrumpir
- Swedish: göra inbrott
- Thai: บุกเข้าไป
- Turkish: kırıp girmek
- Ukrainian: вдиратися
- Vietnamese: đột nhập
British English: bust VERB
If you bust something, you break it or damage it so badly that it cannot be used.
They will have to bust the door to get him out.
Translation of arrombar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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