English translation of 'aspirar'
1. to breathe in
2. (bombear) to suck up
3. (linguistics) to aspirate
1. to breathe
2. (soprar) to blow
aspirar a algo to aspire to sth
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'aspirar' in Other Languages
British English: vacuum /ˈvækjʊəm/ VERB
If you vacuum something, you clean it using a vacuum cleaner.
It's important to vacuum regularly.
I vacuumed the carpets today.
- American English: vacuum
- Arabic: يُنَظِّفُ بـِمِكْنَسَةٍ كَهْرَبَائِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: aspirar
- Chinese: 真空吸尘
- Croatian: usisavati
- Czech: luxovat
- Danish: tomrum
- Dutch: vacuüm
- European Spanish: pasar la aspiradora
- Finnish: imuroida
- French: passer l’aspirateur
- German: staubsaugen
- Greek: σκουπίζω με ηλεκτρική σκούπα
- Italian: passare l’aspirapolvere
- Japanese: 電気掃除機で掃除する
- Korean: 진공청소기로 청소하다
- Norwegian: støvsuge
- Polish: próżnia
- European Portuguese: aspirar
- Romanian: a aspira
- Russian: вакуум
- Spanish: pasar la aspiradora
- Swedish: vakuum
- Thai: ดูดฝุ่น
- Turkish: vakum
- Ukrainian: пилососити
- Vietnamese: hút bụi
British English: aspire VERB
to aspire to sth If you aspire to something such as an important job, you have a strong desire to achieve it.
...people who aspire to public office.
Translation of aspirar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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