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career  Verb
Plural: careers
  1. Translate "career" to Spanish: correr a velocidad, correr a prisa, correr a toda prisa, correr a toda velocidad, precipitarse, viajar alocadamente
    English Synonyms of "career": race, speed up, hare, hurry along, race along, sprint, run fast, beetle, nip along, scurry
    Define meaning of "career": Move headlong at high speed.
  2. The cars careered down the road.
    The mob careered through the streets.

career  Noun
  1. Translate "career" to Spanish: carrera, profesión, carrera profesional
    English Synonyms of "career": profession, business career, calling, pursuit, trade, vocation, business, occupation
    Define meaning of "career": The general progression of your working or professional life. ; The particular occupation for which you are trained.
  2. The general had had a distinguished career.
    He had a long career in the law.

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  3. Translate "career" to Spanish: vida profesional
    English Synonyms of "career": professional practice

  4. Translate "career" to Spanish: trayectoria
    English Synonyms of "career": experience, tradition
    Define meaning of "career": The general progression of your working or professional life.
  5. The general had had a distinguished career.
    He had a long career in the law.

career  Adjective
  1. Translate "career" to Spanish: de carrera

Verb Conjugation for "career"
Gerund: careering

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