caducar

v.
to expire.
La garantía caducó The warranty expired.
Me caducó el contrato My contract expired.
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caducar
Conjugation model [SACAR], like {{link=sacar}}sacar
verbo intransitivo
1 (documento etc) to expire
mi pasaporte caduca este año my passport expires this year
2 (alimento) to pass its sell-by date; (medicina) to expire
caduca a los dos meses use within two months of purchase
3 (período de tiempo) to run out, lapse
el plazo para recoger los premios caduca en una semana the period in which prizes may be collected lapses in a week
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verb
to expire
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VI
1) (Com, Jur) to expire, lapse; [permiso, plazo] to run out; [costumbre] to fall into disuse

esta oferta caduca el 31 de mayo — valid until 31 May, this offer runs until 31 May

el abono ha caducado — the season ticket has expired

2) [comida] to be o go past its sell-by date
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verbo intransitivo
a) carné/pasaporte to expire

el plazo caduca el 17 de noviembre — the closing date (for enrollment, etc) is November 17

este vale está caducado — this voucher is no longer valid o is out of date

b) medicamento to expire (frml)

caduca a los tres meses — use within three months

este yogur está caducado — this yogurt is past its sell-by date/use-by date

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= lapse, become + due, expire, go out of + date, become + obsolete.
Ex. The Act was finally allowed to lapse in 1695 and the Stationers' Company was unable to protect its members' rights against those who chose to infringe them.
Ex. A list of all subscriptions about to become due may be made by using this subfunction.
Ex. 'That's not realistic,' he said and looked at her, as if to indicate that the balloon of her argument had suddenly had a pin stuck in it, and was expiring with a hiss.
Ex. Information in the humanities does not readily go out of date.
Ex. Academic libraries may become obsolete as the commercial market takes over control of information.
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verbo intransitivo
a) carné/pasaporte to expire

el plazo caduca el 17 de noviembre — the closing date (for enrollment, etc) is November 17

este vale está caducado — this voucher is no longer valid o is out of date

b) medicamento to expire (frml)

caduca a los tres meses — use within three months

este yogur está caducado — this yogurt is past its sell-by date/use-by date

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= lapse, become + due, expire, go out of + date, become + obsolete.

Ex: The Act was finally allowed to lapse in 1695 and the Stationers' Company was unable to protect its members' rights against those who chose to infringe them.

Ex: A list of all subscriptions about to become due may be made by using this subfunction.
Ex: 'That's not realistic,' he said and looked at her, as if to indicate that the balloon of her argument had suddenly had a pin stuck in it, and was expiring with a hiss.
Ex: Information in the humanities does not readily go out of date.
Ex: Academic libraries may become obsolete as the commercial market takes over control of information.

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caducar [A2 ]
vi
1 «carné/pasaporte» to expire
¿cuándo te caduca el pasaporte? when does your passport expire?
el plazo de la licitación caduca el 17 de noviembre the closing date for tenders is November 17
este vale está caducado this voucher is no longer valid o is out of date
2 «medicamento» to expire (frml)
[ S ] caduca a los tres meses use within three months
este yogur ha caducado this yogurt is past its sell-by date/use-by date
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caducar (conjugate caducar) verbo intransitivo
a) [carné/pasaporte] to expire;

el plazo caduca el 17 de enero the closing date (for enrollment, etc) is January 17;

estar caducado to be out of date;

[yogurt] to be past its sell-by date/use-by date
b) [medicamento] to expire (frml);

(on signs) caduca a los tres meses use within three months
caducar verbo intransitivo to expire: tengo el carné caducado, my identity card has expired
'caducar' also found in these entries:
English:
expire
- lapse
- run
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caducar vi
1. [carné, ley, contrato] to expire;
me ha caducado el pasaporte my passport has run out o expired
2. [alimento, medicamento] to pass its use-by date;
este yogur caduca mañana this yoghurt's use-by date is tomorrow;
caduca a las dos semanas it will be past its use-by date in two weeks
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caducar
v/i expire
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caducar {72} vi
: to expire
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caducar vb
1. (documento, plazo) to expire
2. (alimento) to be past its sell by date
esta leche está caducada this milk is past its sell by date

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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