05 October 2008


errand ['erənd] nombre recado
to run an errand, hacer un recado
Friday is here. It's the day where I get to spend time reading and running errands.

1 ver·rand (rnd)
a. A short trip taken to perform a specified task, usually for another.
b. The purpose or object of such a trip: Your errand was to mail the letter.
2. Archaic
a. A mission; an embassy.
b. An oral message that has been entrusted to one.

[Middle English erand, from Old English rend.]
The American Heritage®

[ˈɛrnd] nrecado, mandado;
to run errands → hacer recados;
errand of mercy → misión f de caridad
Collins Spanish Dictionary & Grammar

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