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Translation of echar

SpanishEnglish
echar  to throw in 
echar to throw; to pour; to emit; to kick out

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SpanishEnglish
Sample sentences:
El brujo echó un hechizo sobre ella.

The sorcerer cast a charm on her.
El hombre le arrebató el bolso y echó a correr. The man snatched her handbag from her and ran away.
La policía echó a todos los alborotadores que estaban en el bar. The police threw out all the rowdies that were in the bar.
echar para adelante keep going; go foward (colloquial)
echar a perder mess up (transitive)
echar a to start; to begin


I love it during vacation and being in the mountains. There it is like being in a dreamland. Everything is covered with snow and is bright and white. You get up at eight in the morning for breakfast.
It comes not only from the need to feel superior (which would be a legitimate and natural desire), it is also the consequence of ignorance, believe in stereotypes and old-fashioned intolerance.
One could see the animals from a distance. There were sea lions, whales and penguins, all very far away. In the evening we went on a boat for whale watching which was a really great experience.

Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of echar
[echado]
echo  echas  echa  echamos  echáis  echan  echaba  echabas  echaba  echábamos  echabais  echaban  eché  echaste  echó  echamos  echasteis  echaron  echaré  echarás  echará  echaremos  echaréis  echarán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of emit   [ emitted, emitted ]
Conjugation of pour   [ poured, poured ]
Conjugation of throw   [ threw, thrown ]