escampar translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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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
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"escampar": examples and translations in context
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.
Estoy seguro que escampará en cualquier momento. I'm sure it'll clear up any minute.
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.
Es sólo un chaparrón así que escampará. Just a shower, so it'll stop.
Según la RAF, la tormenta escampará. RAF says the gale can stop as suddenly as it began.
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