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wake / estela
 
wake   1   [weɪk]   -noun
1. (nautical)   estela (f)
2. (figurative)
·the tornado brought/left a trail of destruction in its wake
·el tornado dejó una estela de destrucciónoun a su paso
·in the wake of the storm/riots
·tras la tormenta/los disturbios
·to [come] or [follow] in the wake of something
·producirse a raíz de algo
 
wake / velatorio
 
wake
2
[weɪk]
-noun
(over corpse)   velatorio (m),   vela (f),   velorio (m) especially Latin America
 
wake / despertar
 
wake   3   [weɪk]
woke, waked   verb: past tense
woken, waked   past participle
A. -intransitive verb   also wake up   despertar,   despertarse
·to wake from a dream/deep sleep/coma
·despertar(se) de un sueño/sueño profundo/coma
·[on] waking
·al despertar
B. -transitive verb
also wake up   despertar
·they were making enough noise to wake the dead
·hacían un ruido que despertaría a los muertos
 
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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