1. to stay
I'm going to stay at grandma's for the night.
Peter decided to stay at home, because he did't feel well.
I'm going to stay home today.
I'm going to stay here another week.
She decided to stay home.
It's too dangerous to stay here alone.
I’m going to stay one week in London.
Inglese parola "quedarse"(to stay) si verifica in set:500 most important Spanish verbs 26 - 50Basic Verbs - Verbos BásicosBasic verbs - Verbos básicosModal and Other VerbsTravel and Tourism 2
Staying home isn't fun.
While she was staying in Japan, she often visited Kyoto.
Tom has no intention of staying in Boston for the rest of his life.
Just staying alive in these times is hard enough.
I am wondering if you would like to go and see Kabuki with me while staying in Japan.
Staying up late nights is nothing to me.
Mr Gardner of ABC Corporation is staying at the Marriott Hotel during Feb 20-27, and would like very much to meet with you.
The children of American soldiers staying in Japan and Japanese women were disparagingly called half-breeds.
New York, where my father is staying on business, is a much more dangerous city than Tokyo.
He was staying in Paris in 1939, when the Second World War broke out.
It was to say that going to the station was too much of a bother after all so I should come to the hotel she's staying at. Good grief, what a selfish woman!
I could not buy the 3 sen stamp to put on the letter, so it ended up staying for many days on top of the tokonoma.
I should study now, but I prefer staying on Tatoeba.
I only figured on staying with this company a little while when I started, but before I knew it I'd become an old timer here.
Staying busy and crazy!!
Inglese parola "quedarse"(staying) si verifica in set:Fichas del libro - "His Sombre Rivals" (E. P. Roe)Fichas del libro - "Chambers's Journal of Popular ...