must {1} definición, must {1} significado | diccionario de inglés definición

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  (unstressed)  
      vb   takes an infinitive without: to or an implied infinitive, used as an auxiliary  
1    to express obligation or compulsion: you must pay your dues. In this sense, must does not form a negative. If used with a negative infinitive it indicates obligatory prohibition  
2    to indicate necessity  
I must go to the bank tomorrow     
3    to indicate the probable correctness of a statement  
he must be there by now     
4    to indicate inevitability  
all good things must come to an end     
5    to express resolution  
a    on the part of the speaker when used with I or we  
I must finish this     
b    on the part of another or others as imputed to them by the speaker, when used with you, he, she, they, etc.  
let him get drunk if he must     
6    used emphatically   to express conviction or certainty on the part of the speaker  
he must have reached the town by now, surely, you must be joking     
7    foll by: away   used with an implied verb of motion to express compelling haste  
I must away     
      n  
8    an essential or necessary thing  
strong shoes are a must for hill walking     
     (Old English moste past tense of motan to be allowed, be obliged to; related to Old Saxon motan, Old High German muozan, German müssen)  
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n.
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n.
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n.
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n.
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n.
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adj.
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adj.
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n.
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n.
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n.
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n.
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n.
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n.
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n.
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v.
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exp.
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n.
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n.
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exp.
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n.
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n.
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n.
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n.
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adj.
1. [Comp.] a device that once plugged in is automatically recognized by the system and launches the expected process without any action on the user's side; 2. [Bus.] a new employee who is able to start work without too much induction and training
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adv.
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n.
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