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Principal Translations
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secede from [sth] viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived." (withdraw membership)separarse v prnlverbo pronominal: Verbo que se conjuga con un pronombre átono ("me", "te", "se") que concuerda con el sujeto ("lavarse", "irse", "enojarse").
  (coloquial)secesionarse v prnlverbo pronominal: Verbo que se conjuga con un pronombre átono ("me", "te", "se") que concuerda con el sujeto ("lavarse", "irse", "enojarse").
  (AR, coloquial)abrirse v prnlverbo pronominal: Verbo que se conjuga con un pronombre átono ("me", "te", "se") que concuerda con el sujeto ("lavarse", "irse", "enojarse").
 The conservative group decided to secede from the Republican Party.
 
Additional Translations
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secede from [sth] viintransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived." (law: from country or state)separarse de v prnl + prep
 South Carolina was the first state to secede at the beginning of the Civil War.
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