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segundar

  
a       vt  
1    (=repetir)   to do again
2      (Cono Sur)  
  [+golpe]  
to return
b       vi   to come second, be in second place
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
segundar v.
1) do again (vt), 2) come second (vi)

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"segundar": examples and translations in context
Varsovia, que antiguamente fue el centro industrial y cultural así como una de las ciudades más bonitas del Centro de Europa, fue completamente destruida durante la Segundar Guerra Mundial. Formerly known as cultural and industrial center as well as one of the most beautiful and urban cities of Central Europe, it was nearly completely destroyed by World War II.
Naturalmente, es posible secundar muchos de estos argumentos. It is, of course, possible to go along with many of these arguments.
Pensé que habría una oportunidad de secundar al equipo investigador. I thought there might be a chance I could be seconded to the investigating team.
Brigitte me secundará y Antoine asumirá la organización y ejecución. I'm in charge of the mission, Bridgette will back me up Anton we'll take care of the logistics.
Estudiar es secundar una vocación precisa. To study serves to support a specific vocation.
Si asistieras y secundaras mi posición... If you came, and you supported my position...
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