ES largarse
volume_up
{verb}

1. general

largarse (also: irse, salir de prisa, picar)
volume_up
to buzz off {vb} [coll.]

2. colloquial

largarse
volume_up
to beetle off {v.i.} [Brit.] [coll.]
largarse
volume_up
to blow {v.i.} [Amer.] [slg.] (leave, go)
largarse (also: irse)
volume_up
to clear out {vb} [coll.] (leave)
largarse (also: escaparse)
largarse (also: salir corriendo)
largarse (also: quemar llanta)
volume_up
to peel out {vb} [coll.]
largarse (also: irse)
volume_up
to push along {vb} [coll.]
largarse
volume_up
to push off {vb} [coll.] (leave, go)
largarse (also: rajar)
volume_up
to scarper {v.i.} [Brit.] [slg.]
largarse
volume_up
to shove off {vb} [coll.] (leave)
largarse (also: poner pies en polvorosa)
volume_up
to skedaddle {v.i.} [coll.]
largarse
volume_up
to skip {v.i.} [Amer.] [coll.] (depart)
largarse
volume_up
to skip off {vb} [coll.]
largarse (also: irse)
volume_up
to take off {vb} (depart)
largarse
volume_up
to vamoose {v.i.} [Amer.] [coll.]

3. "irse", colloquial

largarse (also: guillarse)
volume_up
to beat it {vb} [coll.]

4. "empezar", Southern Cone, colloquial

largarse (also: irse, ponerse en marcha)
volume_up
to get going {vb} [coll.]

5. "saltar", South America

Context sentences for "largarse" in English

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SpanishMientras la presión de los países vecinos siga siendo mínima, los generales no tendrán ninguna prisa en hacer sus maletas y largarse.
As long as pressure from neighbouring countries remains minimal, the generals will be in no hurry to pack their bags.