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Sacar in English

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sacar  to take out 
sacar to remove; to stick out; to take; to make; to serve

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Sample sentences:
Tenemos que sacar las malas hierbas antes de plantar el trigo.

We have to pull out the weeds before planting the wheat.
El chico tiene una nueva cámara digital y saca fotos de todo lo que ve. The boy has a new digital camera and takes pictures of everything he sees.
Se pone guantes de silicona para sacar las comidas del horno sin quemarse. She puts on silicon mittens to take meals out of the oven without getting burnt.
sacar los cuernos; poner los cuernos to have an affair
sacar una conclusión to draw a conclusion
sacar buenas notas to get good grades
sacar una radiografía to X-ray
sacar de quicio(1) to drive crazy
sacar la cuenta to do the math
sacar fotos to take pictures
sacar adelante to pull off
sacar take out trash


On the way, there were a lot of beautiful, colored trees. Having arrived in a tiny village called Harvard, we got out of the car and walked through the streets. We were very lucky and I will tell you why.
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.
We considered staying a little longer in this region but the weather forecast foresaw heavy winds and lots of rain. We therefore decided to move on to our next destination which was the Peninsula Valdes.

Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of sacar
[sacado]
saco  sacas  saca  sacamos  sacáis  sacan  sacaba  sacabas  sacaba  sacábamos  sacabais  sacaban  saqué  sacaste  sacó  sacamos  sacasteis  sacaron  sacaré  sacarás  sacará  sacaremos  sacaréis  sacarán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of make   [ made, made ]
Conjugation of remove   [ removed, removed ]
Conjugation of serve   [ served, served ]
Conjugation of take   [ took, taken ]