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English translation of 'dispararse'

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dispararse

Verb Table reflexive verb
1.  [arma de fuego] to go offfire
2.  [alarma] to go off
3.  [consumo, precios, inflación] to shoot uprocket
4.  [pánico, violencia] to take hold
5.  (al hablar) to get carried away (informal)
6.  (Latin America) (marcharse) to rush offshoot off (informal)
See also disparar

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Example Sentences Including 'dispararse'

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El " techo " nacional puede dispararse este año por encima de los 25.000 homicidios a mano armada.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
El mayor de todos, que pueden subir los precios y dispararse la inflación.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
El saldo negativo del comercio exterior de trigo y harina de Francia entre 1865 y 1875 muestra una tendencia creciente aunque moderada para dispararse después de esta última fecha.
Ramón Garrabou & Jesús Sanz Historia agraria de la España contemporánea. Vol 2. Expansión y crisis
El tercero, que, pasado un día malo, nadie sabe hasta dónde pueden dispararse las fuerzas de Indurain (tocado, además, en lo más profundo de su orgullo).
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Sin embargo, el titular de Economía afirmó que a corto plazo no habrá ningún cambio porque la inflación podría dispararse.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)

Trends of 'dispararse'

Used Occasionally. dispararse is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'dispararse' in Other Languages

British English: balloon VERB
When something balloons, it increases rapidly in amount.
Use of the underground has ballooned.
  • American English: balloon
  • Brazilian Portuguese: inflar
  • Chinese: 数量上 猛增
  • European Spanish: dispararse
  • French: gonfler
  • German: sich rasch steigern
  • Italian: crescere rapidamente
  • Japanese: 急増する
  • Korean: 급증하다
  • European Portuguese: expandir
  • Spanish: dispararse
British English: rocket VERB
If things such as prices or social problems rocket, they increase very quickly and suddenly.
Fresh food is so scarce that prices have rocketed.

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