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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
Parece que va a escampar un rato. Looks like I should probably make a break for it.
Ponlo en un avión, detónala y escamparas la radiación por toda una ciudad. Get on a plane, detonate it, Spread radioactivity across a whole city.
Y quiero ayudarte a escarpar de la división, con Emily. And I want to help you escape from division, With Emily.
A menos de 200 metros tierra adentro hay un árbol en el escampado con un rifle apoyado en él. 200 yards inland, there's a tree in the clearing With a rifle leaning up against it.
Bueno, es una zona muy escampada. Well, it was pretty wide open.
No es que quiera ser un pesto, pero estaría feliz de ver sus camarones escampados. Don't mean to be a pesto, but I'll be happy to watch your scampi shrimp.
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