English translation of 'desahuciar'
Verb Table transitive verbSee also desahuciarse
1. [inquilino] to evict
2. (= quitar esperanza a)
(gen) to deprive of hope
[enfermo] to declare beyond recovery
[plan] to give up as a lost cause
con esa decisión le desahuciaron definitivamente with that decision they finally put an end to his hopes
3. (Chile) [empleado] to dismiss
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Porque, así como ellos hace tiempo que colmaron mi capacidad de asombro e indignación, algo hay en mi alma de perpetuo soñador que me impide desahuciar también al pueblo llano.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
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'desahuciar' in Other Languages
British English: evict VERB
If someone is evicted from the place where they are living, they are forced to leave it, usually because they have broken a law or contract.
They were evicted from their flat.
Translation of desahuciar from the Collins Spanish to English Dictionary
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