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escampar

  
a       vi  
1      (Meteo)  
[cielo]  
to clear  
[lluvia]  
to stop  
[tiempo]  
to clear up
2      (Caribe, Méx, de la lluvia)   to shelter
3      (LAm)  
*   (=largarse)   to clear off *  , scarper *  
b       vt  
  [+sitio]  
to clear out
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"escampar": examples and translations in context
Parece que va a escampar un rato. Looks like I should probably make a break for it.
Quizás debiéramos escampar aquí hasta mañana y entonces llamar a un taxi. Maybe we should just camp out here until morning, then call a taxi.
Parece que esta empezando a escampar. Looks like it's starting to let up.
Más rápido se déscampara, mejor se llevará. The faster we turn around, the sooner we can be home.
Según la RAF, la tormenta escampará. RAF says the gale can stop as suddenly as it began.
Seguro que escampa en el desierto. Escampará al doblar la esquina. It's only a five-hour drive and it'll probably stop by the time we get to the desert.
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