English translation of 'abortar'
Verb Table intransitive verb
(accidentalmente) to have a miscarriage
(deliberadamente) to have an abortion
se puede abortar gratuitamente you can have a free abortion
Verb Table transitive verb
1. (= abandonar)
[plan, aterrizaje] to abort
2. (= frustrar)
[complot] to foil ⧫ frustrate
[motín, protesta] to quell ⧫ put down
el portero abortó el intento de gol the goalkeeper frustrated the attempt at a goal
3. (Computing) to abort
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Quisiera que el ponente me explicara si aquí entra también la financiación de programas para abortar.Europarl Parallel Corpus
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'abortar' in Other Languages
British English: abort VERB
If an unborn baby is aborted, the pregnancy is ended deliberately and the baby is not born alive.
Her lover walked out on her after she had aborted their child.
Translation of abortar from the Collins Spanish to English Dictionary
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