irse

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Etymology[edit]

From ir + se.

Verb[edit]

irse (first-person singular present me voy, first-person singular preterite me fui, past participle ido)

  1. to go away, to leave, to depart, to go (when the destination is not essential; when something or someone is going somewhere else)
  2. to leak out (with liquids and gasses), to boil away, to go flat (gas in drinks)
  3. to overflow
  4. to go out (lights)
  5. to finish, to wear out, to disappear (e.g. money, paint, pains, mechanical parts)
  6. to die
  7. to break wind (informal)
  8. to wet/soil oneself (informal)
  9. to come (vulgar)

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