Spanish Dictionary

Translation of librar

librar     to save    ; to rescue    ; to deliver    ; to preserve    ; to free    ; to wage    

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Sample sentences:
Él es un idiota y es genial que te hayas librado de él.

He is a jerk and it's great that you have gotten rid of him.
Le costó librarse del aguijón de la abeja pues había penetrado profundamente en su piel. He had trouble getting rid of the bee sting because it had penetrated deeply into his skin.

for a minute I blamed the burger that I had eaten at the duty free back in Cancun, but thinking a little further I recalled eating street food the night earlier, as it was Mexican independence day.
Entire communities are blamed for a crime committed by one of its members. Wrong ideas could quickly be spread to other villages and there could be acts of revenge resulting in further mistrust.
She started to walk with us and one could observe that she had lost some of the naivity many children have, due to the fact that she started to be a sales person long before she reached twelve.
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Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of librar
libro  libras  libra  libramos  libráis  libran  libraba  librabas  libraba  librábamos  librabais  libraban  libré  libraste  libró  libramos  librasteis  libraron  libraré  librarás  librará  libraremos  libraréis  librarán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of deliver   [ delivered, delivered ]
Conjugation of free   [ freed, freed ]
Conjugation of preserve   [ preserved, preserved ]
Conjugation of rescue   [ rescued, rescued ]
Conjugation of save   [ saved, saved ]
Conjugation of wage   [ waged, waged ]