MIA translation | English-Spanish dictionary



   adj abbr  
(   missing in action)     
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
See also:

mica, mi, miaow, ma

'MIA' found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
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"MIA": examples and translations in context
There are 12 people all of whom are now MIA. Hay 12 personas todos los cuales son ahora MIA.
Saigon was carrying him MIA for his family's sake... but they assumed he was dead. Saigon le llevaba MIA en consideración a su familia... pero ellos lo asumieron muerto.
MIA since the day after the funeral. Desaparecido en acción el día después del funeral.
Vanessa's been MIA since she started that documentary. Vanessa ha desaparecido desde que empezó a filmar el documental.
He's been MIA for the last week or so. Ha estado desaparecido por la última semana.
- I've been MIA the past couple of years. - Estuve desaparecido los últimos años.
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