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Significados de "cause damage" en diccionario español inglés : 10 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
General
cause damage dañar [v]
cause damage producir daños físicos [v]
cause damage provocar destrozos [v]
cause damage causar destrozos [v]
Idioms
cause damage hacer mal [v]
Colloquial
cause damage hacer pupa [v]
cause damage fastidiar [v]
Law
cause damage irrogar [v]
cause damage producir daños [v]
Technical
cause damage ocasionar daños [v]

Significados de "cause damage" con otros términos en diccionario español inglés : 29 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
General
cause damage to causar desperfectos en [v]
cause mechanical damage to cars (low pressure of high altitude areas) apunar [v] AR
cause damage to a person or thing arañar [v] CU
cause damage or harm, typically out of wickedness, for pleasure, or for fun dañinear [v] HN BO:E
cause moral or material damage envainar [v] VE
cause damage to someone fregar [v] CR rur.
cause damage to someone fregar [v] MX HN NI PA CO EC PE BO CL AR:Nw
cause damage to oneself fregarse [v] MX NI PA CO PE BO CL AR:Nw
cause damage to someone esguabinar [v] PR
cause damage to someone esguañangar [v] PR
cause damage to someone desguañangar [v] PR
cause damage to someone desguañangar [v] PR
cause damage in a relationship fisurar [v] MX
cause fatal damage pitear [v] CL
cause a ship great damage descalabrar [v]
cause to occasion (damage) irrogar [v]
cause pecuniary damage lacrar [v]
Idioms
cause great damage hacer estragos [v]
cause great damage causar estragos [v]
cause a serious damage to somebody hacer bagazo [v] CU
cause economic harm or damage hacer un agujero [v] CU AR UY
cause economic harm or damage hacer un buraco [v] BO:Se AR UY
try to cause damage with a curse or hex meter para el caldero [v] CU
Colloquial
cause serious damage descuerar [v]
try to cause the most damage buscar alguien el bulto [v]
Slang
cause damage to someone fregar [v] GT VE
cause damage to oneself fregarse [v] GT HN CR VE EC
Law
cause damage or injury vulnerar [v]
cause (damage) irrogar [v]