English translation of 'descartar'
descartar-se reflexive verb
descartar-se de to get rid of
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'descartar' in Other Languages
British English: rule out /ruːl aʊt/ VERB
If you rule out an idea or course of action, you reject it because it is impossible or unsuitable.
The Prime Minister is believed to have ruled out cuts in child benefit or pensions.
- American English: rule out
- Arabic: يَسْتَبْعِدُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: descartar
- Chinese: 排除
- Croatian: isključiti
- Czech: vyloučit možnost
- Danish: udelukke
- Dutch: uitsluiten
- European Spanish: descartar
- Finnish: sulkea pois mahdollisuus tms.
- French: éliminer
- German: ausschließen Möglichkeit
- Greek: αποκλείω
- Italian: escludere
- Japanese: 可能性を排除する
- Korean: 제외하다
- Norwegian: utelukke
- Polish: przekreślić
- European Portuguese: descartar
- Romanian: a elimina
- Russian: отвергать
- Spanish: descartar
- Swedish: avfärda
- Thai: ไม่ยอมรับ
- Turkish: hesaba katmamak
- Ukrainian: виключати
- Vietnamese: loại trừ trừ ra
British English: discard VERB
If you discard something, you get rid of it because you no longer want it or need it.
Read the manufacturer's guidelines before discarding the box.
Translation of descartar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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