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saca         

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   sf  
1    (=saco)   big sack  
  saca de correo, saca de correos   mailbag
2      (LAm)   [+de ganado]   herd of cattle, moving herd of cattle
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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saca          [2]      sf   (=acción)     (gen)    taking out, withdrawal,   (Com)   export  
estar de saca        (Com)   to be on sale  
[mujer]   to be of marriageable age  
  saca carcelaria   illegal removal of a prisoner from prison (for execution)

Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  

saca la lengua exp.
stick your tongue out

Entry related to:sacar

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
the throw-in is taken by Kiko
exp.
Kiko takes the free kick
exp.
he always gets good marks
exp.
I'm none the wiser
adv. adj.
a hair of the dog that bit you
exp.
stand up straight and stick your chest out
exp.
this camera takes good photos
exp.
he is 10cm taller than his brother
exp.
please put {o} take the rubbish out
exp.
a new worry helps to take the pain away {o} take your mind off the old one
(REFRANES)
exp.
he's always going on about how successful he is
exp.
he never takes his wife out
exp.
stick your hand out if you're going to park
exp.
she is much older than her friend
exp.
he is a head taller than his brother
exp.
untie {o} undo the parcel and take out the present
v.
be of marriageable age; be on sale
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'saca' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
¿quién saca?
exp.
me saca de quicio
exp.
me saca de quicio
exp.
me saca de quicio
exp.
me saca cinco centímetros
exp.
me saca cinco centímetros
exp.
me saca de quicio
(IDIOMS)
exp.
esto me saca de quicio
exp.
saca el armario del rincón
exp.
no se saca nada preocupándose
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"saca": examples and translations in context
Ahora saca las llaves del encendido. Now take the keys out of the ignition.
Baraja y saca otras tres cartas más. Shuffle and take three more cards.
La supervivencia saca lo peor de nosotros. Well, survival brings out the ugly in all of us.
Derriba las defensas, saca los sentimientos. Tears down your defences, brings out your feelings.
Se saca del bolsillo de su túnica un paquete de Marlboro. It pulls out from the pocket of his robe a package of Marlboro.
Halloween saca a todos los locos. I guess Halloween brings out all the wackos.
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