ES contagiarse
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{verb}

1. general

contagiarse (also: recoger, descolgar, limpiar, agarrar)

2. "enfermedad"

contagiarse

3. "manía, miedo"

Context sentences for "contagiarse" in English

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SpanishOtras instituciones podrían contagiarse un poco de este espíritu.
Other institutions could have a little more of this spirit.
SpanishNo hay nada que demuestre que la gripe aviar haya mutado y pueda contagiarse entre seres humanos.
There is no evidence whatever to suggest that bird flu has mutated and can be passed between human beings.
SpanishEsta última es una enfermedad a la que hemos estado expuestos durante siglos y no existe motivo alguno para suponer que ahora pueda contagiarse a los humanos.
We have been exposed to scrapie for centuries, and there is no reason to assume that it can now be passed on to humans.
SpanishMuchos chipriotas necesitan este apoyo para contagiarse del espíritu europeo y para tener una mayor confianza en que se convertirán en una comunidad reunificada.
I would like to ask all the political forces represented in this Parliament to campaign for a positive vote in the referendum.
SpanishMe alegra, porque los consumidores están perdiendo confianza, ante la posibilidad de ser contagiados de una enfermedad que todos sabemos que no puede contagiarse de este modo.
I am delighted, because consumers are losing confidence in the face of the possibility of being infected with a disease that we all know cannot be caught in this way.