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a·pla·zar  Verb
  1. Translate "aplazar" to English: postpone, put off, adjourn, carry over, defer, extend, hold off, hold over, keep on ice, leave over, prorogue, put back, put over, respite
    Spanish Synonyms of "aplazar": dejar para más tarde, posponer, retrasar, atrasar, dar largas a, dejar para mañana, dejar pendiente, diferir
    Define meaning of "aplazar": Retrasar, demorar o diferir actos, pagos, obligaciones etc.
  2. Ellos aplazaron la fiesta, They postponed the party.

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  3. Translate "aplazar" to English: flunk, fail, spin
    Spanish Synonyms of "aplazar": reprobar, bochar
    Define meaning of "aplazar": Suspender a alguien en un examen.
  4. Los profesores aplazaron a Juan, The teachers flunked John.

  5. Translate "aplazar" to English: postpone, postpone the acquisition of
    Spanish Synonyms of "aplazar": aplazar la adquisición de

Verb Conjugation for "aplazar"
Gerund: aplazando

yo

él/ella/usted

nosotros

vosotros

ellos/ustedes

aplazo

aplazas

aplaza

aplazamos

aplazáis

aplazan

aplacé

aplazaste

aplazó

aplazamos

aplazasteis

aplazaron

aplazaré

aplazarás

aplazará

aplazaremos

aplazaréis

aplazarán

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