Traducción: de espanol

to cast off

  • 1 arrojar lejos

    • cast off

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > arrojar lejos

  • 2 largar amarras

    to cast off

    Spanish-English dictionary > largar amarras

  • 3 arrojar lejos

    v.
    to fling away, to cast off.

    Spanish-English dictionary > arrojar lejos

  • 4 desabordarse

    pron.v.
    1 to get clear of a ship which has run foul of one's vessel. (Nautical)
    2 to cast off.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desabordarse

  • 5 para tirar

    adj.
    disposable, throwaway, cast-off.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para tirar

  • 6 quitar amarras

    v.
    to cast off.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quitar amarras

  • 7 quitarse de encima

    • cast off
    • free oneself of
    • get rich
    • get rid of indigestion
    • get shocked
    • get shoved
    • shake off
    • whip off

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > quitarse de encima

  • 8 echar a perder

    to spoil
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    (v.) = ruin, bungle, bring out + the worst in, cast + a blight on, blight, go off
    Ex. Besides, winding up in an exclusive arrangement with a distributor that has rotten customer service ruins any advantage.
    Ex. Regrettably, the well-intentioned publication of Devereux's typescript has been incurably bungled, and Rastell remains without either a complete or trustworthy bibliography.
    Ex. Although there are some bad stepparents in the real world, becoming a stepmother or stepfather does not inevitably bring out the worst in people.
    Ex. Rampant commercialisation of publishing is casting a blight on literature.
    Ex. The global outbreak of swine flu has spread fear through the travel sector, blighting any green shoots of recovery from the financial crisis.
    Ex. A lot depends on how dry the weather is outside because humidity is a real enemy and enables bacteria to quickly make the meat go off.
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    (v.) = ruin, bungle, bring out + the worst in, cast + a blight on, blight, go off

    Ex: Besides, winding up in an exclusive arrangement with a distributor that has rotten customer service ruins any advantage.

    Ex: Regrettably, the well-intentioned publication of Devereux's typescript has been incurably bungled, and Rastell remains without either a complete or trustworthy bibliography.
    Ex: Although there are some bad stepparents in the real world, becoming a stepmother or stepfather does not inevitably bring out the worst in people.
    Ex: Rampant commercialisation of publishing is casting a blight on literature.
    Ex: The global outbreak of swine flu has spread fear through the travel sector, blighting any green shoots of recovery from the financial crisis.
    Ex: A lot depends on how dry the weather is outside because humidity is a real enemy and enables bacteria to quickly make the meat go off.

    Spanish-English dictionary > echar a perder

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • cast off (or cast something off) — 1》 Knitting take the stitches off the needle by looping each over the next to finish the edge. 2》 set a boat or ship free from her moorings. 3》 let loose a hunting hound or hawk. 4》 Printing estimate the space that will be taken in print by… …   English new terms dictionary

  • cast-off — cast offs also castoff ADJ: ADJ n Cast off things, especially clothes, are ones which someone no longer uses because they are old or unfashionable, and which they give to someone else or throw away. Alexandra looked plump and awkward in her cast… …   English dictionary

  • Cast-off — a. Cast or laid aside; thrown away; discarded; as, cast off clothes. Syn: discarded, junked, scrap(prenominal), waste. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cast off something — cast off (something) to get rid of something. Shirts and ties were being cast off in favor of informal clothes for business. Etymology: based on the literal meaning of cast off (= to unfasten the ropes holding a ship) …   New idioms dictionary

  • cast off — (something) to get rid of something. Shirts and ties were being cast off in favor of informal clothes for business. Etymology: based on the literal meaning of cast off (= to unfasten the ropes holding a ship) …   New idioms dictionary

  • cast-off — adj [only before noun] cast off clothes or other goods are not wanted or have been thrown away …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cast off — ► cast off 1) Knitting take the stitches off the needle by looping each over the next. 2) set a boat or ship free from its moorings. Main Entry: ↑cast …   English terms dictionary

  • cast-off — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ abandoned or discarded. ► NOUN ▪ a cast off garment …   English terms dictionary

  • cast|off — «KAST F, OF; KAHST », adjective, noun. –adj. thrown away; abandoned; discarded: »castoff clothes. –n. a person or thing that has been cast off: »... his everlasting castoffs (Charles Spurgeon). Thou shalt be From the city of the free Thyself a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cast off — index abandon (physically leave), abandon (relinquish), defect, derelict (abandoned), disencumber, disown ( …   Law dictionary

  • Cast Off — A knitting term describing the finishing of the work in any part …   Dictionary of the English textile terms


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