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venir viverbo intransitivo: Verbo que no requiere de un objecto directo (Él no llegó", "corrí a casa"). (llegar donde está quien habla)arrive, come viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived."
  turn up vi phrasalphrasal verb, intransitive: Verb with adverb(s) or preposition(s), having special meaning and not taking direct object--for example, "make up" [=reconcile]: "After they fought, they made up."
 El director vino tarde.
venir viverbo intransitivo: Verbo que no requiere de un objecto directo (Él no llegó", "corrí a casa"). (regresar)return vtrtransitive verb: Verb taking a direct object--for example, "Say something." "She found the cat."
  come back, get back vi phrasalphrasal verb, intransitive: Verb with adverb(s) or preposition(s), having special meaning and not taking direct object--for example, "make up" [=reconcile]: "After they fought, they made up."
 Los pescadores vinieron de madrugada con una gran pesca.
venir viverbo intransitivo: Verbo que no requiere de un objecto directo (Él no llegó", "corrí a casa"). (figurar, salir)be on, be in vi + prep
  appear viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived."
 El artículo que te dije viene en la página 20.
venirse v prnlverbo pronominal: Verbo que se conjuga con un pronombre átono ("me", "te", "se") que concuerda con el sujeto ("lavarse", "irse", "enojarse"). (suceder algo de forma repentina o intensa)come viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived."
 Estaban pavimentando la calle y se vinieron las lluvias.
venirse v prnlverbo pronominal: Verbo que se conjuga con un pronombre átono ("me", "te", "se") que concuerda con el sujeto ("lavarse", "irse", "enojarse"). vulgar (llegar al orgasmo) (orgasm)come viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived."
  (slang)cum viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived."
 Rosa sospecha que es frígida porque nunca se ha venido.
venirse v prnlverbo pronominal: Verbo que se conjuga con un pronombre átono ("me", "te", "se") que concuerda con el sujeto ("lavarse", "irse", "enojarse"). (der: transigir, conformarse) (dispute, legal case)settle viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived."
  (conform)settle for [sth] v exprverbal expression: Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end."
 
Additional Translations
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venir viverbo intransitivo: Verbo que no requiere de un objecto directo (Él no llegó", "corrí a casa"). (ocurrir, suceder)get viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived."
  develop viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived."
 Le vino un cáncer fulminante y se murió.
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