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estrenar

  
a       vt  
1    (=usar por primera vez)  
  [+ropa]  
to wear for the first time, put on for the first time  
  [+máquina, coche]  
to use for the first time  
voy estrenando zapatos      I'm wearing these shoes for the first time  
¿has estrenado ya el coche?      have you tried your new car yet?  
el piso es a estrenar      it's a brand new flat  
2      (Cine)   to release,   (Teat)   to premiere  
todavía no han estrenado la película      the film hasn't been released yet, the film is not on release yet  
están a punto de estrenar el nuevo montaje de "Yerma"      the new production of "Yerma" is about to open  
b    estrenarse      vpr  
1    [persona]   to make one's debut  
todavía no se ha estrenado como profesora      she still hasn't started working as a teacher  
esta noche todavía no se ha estrenado      *   he hasn't pulled so far tonight *     
2      (Cine, Teat)  
[película]  
to be released  
la película se estrenó en Junio      the film was released in June  
3    *   to cough up *  , pay up
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
el piso es a estrenar exp.
it's a brand new flat

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un regalo sin estrenar
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"estrenar": examples and translations in context
No debía estrenar el nuevo material esta noche. He wasn't supposed to premiere new material tonight.
Será duro, peligroso y una excelente oportunidad de estrenar mis nuevos pantalones. It'll be tough, dangerous... and a perfect chance to premiere my new cargo shorts.
Primero: la cafetera, la cual estaba casi sin estrenar. Now, first up, my coffee pot, which is absolutely almost brand-new.
Acabamos de conseguir un arma a estrenar contra los Falcone. We just got a brand-new weapon against the Falcones.
Necesitamos champán para estrenar a esta chica mala. We need some champagne to christen this bad boy.
Pero la escritura extranjera en la espalda - a estrenar. But the alien writing on the back... brand-new.
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