ES atrasar
volume_up
[atrasando|atrasado] {verb}

atrasar (also: atrasarse)
volume_up
to lose [lost|lost] {v.i.} (watch, clock)
Con 18 años, yo y otros estábamos decididos a liberar a nuestro país de una régimen autoritario y atrasado.
After 1945 they lost their liberties and opportunities almost as soon as they had regained them.
atrasar (also: retrasar)
volume_up
to turn back {vb} (reset)

Context sentences for "atrasar" in English

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SpanishNo podemos debilitar este éxito dando pasos hacia atrás al atrasar el plazo del etiquetado.
We must not allow this success to be undermined by deferring the introduction of labelling, which would be a step backwards.
Spanishhay que atrasar los relojes una hora
we have to put the clocks back one hour
Spanishsi faltas a clase, te vas a atrasar
if you miss classes, you'll get behind
SpanishAunque no podemos atrasar el reloj para dar una segunda oportunidad a estos familiares, podemos garantizar que este genocidio no se olvide y que los responsables comparezcan ante la justicia.
Whilst we cannot turn the clock back to allow these relatives a second chance, we can make sure that this genocide is not forgotten and that those responsible are brought to justice.