Translation of outstay in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˌaʊtˈsteɪ//aʊtˈsteɪ/

transitive verb

  • 1

    to outstay one's welcome
    • I didn't want to outstay my welcome no quería quedarme más de lo debido
    • I think we've outstayed our welcome me parece que quieren que nos vayamos
    • I will outstay everything for the seasonal observance.
    • But there may be stronger forces pulling at CEOs to outstay their usefulness.
    • As far as longevity is concerned, Torrance has outstayed them all.
    • The remainder were described by the Home Office as ‘over-stayers’, who entered the country legally but outstayed their visas.
    • One was an asylum seeker who had outstayed his British visa.
    • Shopkeepers said the wardens were prowling up and down the street waiting to pounce on anyone outstaying their parking time - and their actions were driving away customers, with takings in some shops down by 25 per cent.