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empiezo a notar el cansancio exp.
I'm beginning to feel tired

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
I start work in October
I'm starting {o} beginning to feel warm now
tiredness showed in their faces
they were already beginning to feel tired {o} weary
we've discussed it endlessly
the tiredness showed on her face
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*      sm     (LAm)       comienzo  
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empeño, empero, empleo, empiece

"empiezo a notar el cansancio": examples and translations in context
Se empieza a notar un cierto cansancio, pero aún se pueden atar algunos cabos. There is a certain conference-weariness, but some knots can perhaps be unravelled.
El cansancio se empieza a notar en los brazos. Fatigue starting to set in on Fatigue starting to set in on the arms.
Se empieza a notar el impacto de todas estas iniciativas. The impact of all these efforts is starting to be felt.
empiezo a notar el efecto de las pastillas. I'm starting to feel the pills.
El cansancio empieza a hacerse notar en los cuerpos de los ya Alpinistas, y un par de paradas permiten de retomar el respiro. Surprised that the endless holes on the Pelmo's plateau were still covered with snow, (SCARY!) we carefully walked to the right, away from the area, to the COL, 3050m.
Empiezo a notar un patrón aquí. I'm startir to notice a pattern here.
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