Traducción de discard en Español:


desechar, v.

Pronunciación /dɪˈskɑːd//dɪˈskɑrd/

verbo transitivo

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    • 1.1(dispose of)

      deshacerse de
      • Strain, reserving the milk but discarding the garlic and thyme, and mash, adding the cream and milk until fluffy - you may not need all the milk.
      • I agree that some people will always just discard their empties wherever they happen to be, but the provision of more bins must be a step in the right direction.
      • That never-ending task of discarding the detritus netted by too many impulse buys had me going through a pile of books today.
      • Like monkeys, which abandon their babies that fall from their grip, this particular goose variety discards the eggs that are handled by humans and thereafter does not sit on them.
      • The local Council is trying to clamp down on people who discard litter around towns and in the countryside.
      • When they stop being useful, we must be prepared to discard them.
      • I wish they would discard their cigarettes properly instead of just dropping them on the ground.
      • One day, he discovers a hole beneath a piece of seemingly discarded tin roofing at an abandoned farmhouse.
      • Earlier this year, the council proposed to hit people who discard gum on the city streets with £50 on-the-spot fines.
      • Leave overnight to drip through, then remove the jelly bag, discard the contents and leave to soak in cold water while you finish the jelly.
      • Once there, he dumped the tea, and pulled out a bottle, discarding the cap into the trash before returning to the couch.
      • If you find damage, cut off, bag, and discard infested leaves.
      • The next time you go out shopping, you can discard the plastic carry bag and arm yourself with a jute bag instead.
      • Young people discard drink cans, sweep wrappers, carrier bags, on to the streets, and if anyone objects they are subjected to a barrage of foul language.
      • To prevent people from discarding garbage on the elevated highway, the taxi company has begun providing a garbage bag in every car.
      • If this week's insights aren't useful, discard them.
      • Only a minority of people will discard bags full with rubbish in the Lane, but that minority is still numerically big enough to cause environmental havoc.
      • Before eating it, she proceeded to break off the outer sides, discarding them on the ground at her feet, notwithstanding the fact there was a litter bin nearby.
      • Rather than wait for bills to pile up, open the mail the day it comes, and shred or discard junk mail immediately.
      • Whether it was her intent to consume the salad or discard it in the trash was not established.

    • 1.2

      (belief/idea) desechar
      (friends) desentenderse de

    • 1.3(shed)

      (leaves/skin) mudar

    • 1.4(take off)

      (clothing) desembarazarse de

  • 2

    (in card games)
    descartarse de
    • After discarding eight cards, the starter leads to the first trick.
    • If you drew just the top card of the discard pile you must discard a different card.
    • A player who cannot follow suit is free to trump the trick or discard an unwanted card.
    • The dealer creates a Discard pile by discarding the top card of the deck face up.
    • The same penalty is payable by the declarer if the wrong number of cards were discarded.

verbo intransitivo

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    (in card games)