HyperDic: advertir

Español > 16 sentidos de la palabra advertir:
VERBOperceptionadvertir, apreciar, descubrir, detectar, distinguir, divisar, encontrar, observar, percibir, vislumbrardiscover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of
communicationadvertir, aludir, citar, mencionar, mentar, nombrar, referirmake reference to
possessionadvertir, adquirir, clarificar, cobrar, ganar, hacerearn on some commercial or business transaction
communicationadvertir, anunciar, avisar, comunicar, dar información, informarimpart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to
communicationadvertir, alertar, avisar, notificar, prevenirnotify of danger / danger, potential harm, or risk
communicationadvertir, aconsejar, asesorar, dar consejos, notificargive advice to
creationadvertir, actualizar, realizar, sustanciarmake real or concrete
communicationadvertir, avisarnotify, usually in advance
communicationadvertir, proponer, sugerirmake a proposal, declare a plan for something
perceptionadvertir, apreciar, darse cuenta, notar, observar, percibir, poner atención, repararnotice or perceive
communicationadvertir, anunciar, apercibir, avisar, informar, noticiar, notificar, participarinform (somebody) of something
perceptionadvertir, atender, escuchar atentamente, prestar atención, prestar oídogive heed (to)
cognitionadvertir, comprender, entender, reconocerbe fully aware or cognizant of
communicationadvertir, amonestar, reprenderwarn strongly
communicationadvertir, aludir, referirse, tocarmake a more or less disguised reference to
perceptionadvertir, contemplar, distinguir, divisar, mirar, observar, ojear, percibir, ver, vigilarsee with attention
Español > advertir: 16 sentidos > verbo 1, perception
SentidoDiscover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of.
Sinónimosapreciar, descubrir, detectar, distinguir, divisar, encontrar, observar, percibir, vislumbrar
Específicodescubrirtrap
detectar, percibirdetect some circumstance or entity automatically
Generalavistar, divisar, vercatch sight of
Similardescubrir, encontrarmake a discovery, make a new finding
Inglésdetect, observe, find, discover, notice
Catalánadvertir, apreciar, descobrir, detectar, observar, trobar
Adjetivoevidente, observablecapable of being seen or noticed
observadorQuick to notice
Nombresatención, observación, observanciaThe act of noticing or paying attention
captación, detección, espionaje, localizaciónThe act of detecting something
descubridorsomeone who is the first to observe something
descubrimiento, hallazgoThe act of discovering something
descubrimiento, hallazgoA productive insight
descubrimiento, hallazgoSomething that is discovered
detector, sensor, sondaAny device that receives a signal or stimulus (as heat or pressure or light or motion etc.) and responds to it in a distinctive manner
detectorelectronic equipment that detects the presence of radio signals or radioactivity
determinación, hallazgoThe act of determining the properties of something, usually by research or calculation
espectador, observadorA person who becomes aware (of things or events) through the senses
idea, pensamiento, razonamiento, reflexiónA remark expressing careful consideration
observaciónThe act of making and recording a measurement
observaciónfacts learned by observing
Español > advertir: 16 sentidos > verbo 2, communication
Sentidomake reference to.
Sinónimosaludir, citar, mencionar, mentar, nombrar, referir
Específicoaludir, citar, mencionarrefer to for illustration or proof
aludir, tocarrefer to or discuss briefly
apelar, invocarcite as an authority
dar recuerdos, encomendarmention as by way of greeting or to indicate friendship
plantear, sacar a colación, sacar a relucir, sacarPut forward for consideration or discussion
recordar, tener presentemention favorably, as in prayer
reenviar, remitirrefer from one entry to another, as in catalogues, books, and lists
reprocharmention something unpleasant from the past
GeneralpensarIntend to refer to
Inglésmention, advert, bring up, cite, name, refer
Catalánal·ludir, citar, esmentar, mencionar, nomenar, referir
Nombrescita, mención, referencia, remisiónA short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage
citación, citaA passage or expression that is quoted or cited / cited
denominación, nombre, nombre propioA language unit by which a person or thing is known
mencionadorA speaker who refers to something briefly or incidentally
mención, referenciaA remark that calls attention to something or someone
nombramientoThe verbal / verbal / verbal act of naming
Español > advertir: 16 sentidos > verbo 3, possession
Sentidoearn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages.
Sinónimosadquirir, clarificar, cobrar, ganar, hacer
Específicocobrar, ganarearn as a salary or wage
dar, devengar, pagar, producir, rendirbring in
ganar en brutoearn before taxes, expenses, etc.
ganarse la vidamake by laborious and precarious means
sacar provechomake a profit
Generaladquirir, conseguir, lograr, obtener, sacar, tomarCome into the possession of something concrete or abstract
Similardespedir, ganar neto, liquidarmake as a net profit
hacerseact in a certain way so as to acquire
Inglésgain, take in, clear, make, earn, realize, realise, pull in, bring in
Catalánadvertir, clarificar, guanyar
Nombresasalariada, asalariadosomeone who earn wages in return for their labor
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SentidoImpart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to.
Sinónimosanunciar, avisar, comunicar, dar información, informar
Específicoactualizarbring up to date
acusar, delatar, denunciar, traicionargive away information about somebody
adiestrar, aleccionar, aprender, educar, enseñar, instruirImpart skills or knowledge to
advertir, alertar, avisar, notificar, prevenirnotify of danger / danger, potential harm, or risk
advertir, avisarnotify, usually in advance
advertir, anunciar, apercibir, avisar, informar, noticiar, notificar, participarInform (somebody) of something
anunciar, notificar, proclamarmake known
apuntar, demostrar, designar, enseñar, indicar, mostrar, presentar, probar, revelar, señalarIndicate a place, direction, person, or thing
apuntar, recordar, soplarassist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned
apuntar, demostrar, indicarTo state or express briefly
avisar, informar, instruirmake aware of
chivarinform or spy (for the police)
chivarse de, denunciar, informar, notificar, relatarmake known to the authorities
contar, explicar, narrar, recontar, relatarnarrate or give a detailed account of
cubrir, informarBe responsible for reporting the details of, as in journalism
dar parte, denunciar, describir, informar, relatar, reportar, señalarTo give an account or representation of in words
decirLet something be known
declarar, demostrar, evidenciar, mostrar, presentar, prestar, probar, revelar, ser testigo, testificar, testimoniarProvide evidence for
desinformar, despistarGive false / false or misleading information to
explicarmake plain and comprehensible
familiarizarse, familiarizar, informarmake familiar or conversant with
informarCause someone to become aware of something
informar, introducir, presentarCause to come to know personally
informar, pasar informaciónact as an informer
informar, poner al corrienteinform
lamentar, sentirExpress with regret
minimizarrepresent as less significant or important
narrarProvide commentary for a film, for example
objetar, protestar, señalarPresent and urge reasons in opposition
ofrecertell voluntarily
Generalcomunicar, transmitirtransmit thoughts or feelings
Inglésinform
Catalánavisar, comunicar, informar
Adjetivodivulgativo, informativoProviding or conveying information
informativo, instructivoServing to instruct or enlighten or inform
Nombresdata, dato, datosA collection of facts from which conclusions may be drawn
fuente, informador, informanteA person who supplies information
info, informaciónA message received and understood
informaciónknowledge acquired through study or experience or instruction
informaciónA speech act that conveys information
informante, testigosomeone who sees an event and reports what happened
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Sentidonotify of danger / danger, potential harm, or risk.
Sinónimosalertar, avisar, notificar, prevenir
Implicado porintimidar, refrenarTo compel or deter by or as if by threats / threats
Específicoadvertir, amonestar, reprenderwarn strongly
alarmar, alertarwarn or arouse to a sense of danger or call to a state of preparedness
amenazarTo utter intentions of injury or punishment against
prevenirwarn in advance or beforehand
Generaladvertir, anunciar, avisar, comunicar, dar información, informarImpart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to
Similaramonestar, avisar, preveniradmonish or counsel in terms of someone's behavior
Ingléswarn
Catalánadvertir, avisar, notificar
Nombresadvertencia, alarma, avisoA message informing of danger / danger
amonestador, avisadorsomeone who gives a warning / warning to others
Español > advertir: 16 sentidos > verbo 6, communication
SentidoGive advice to.
Sinónimosaconsejar, asesorar, dar consejos, notificar
Específicoaconsejar mal, dar mal consejoGive bad advice to
amonestar, avisar, preveniradmonish or counsel in terms of someone's behavior
avisar, dar el chivatazo, notificarGive insider information or advise to
consultarAdvise professionally
contraindicarmake a treatment inadvisable
desaconsejar, distanciar, disuadirturn away from by persuasion
empujar, exhortar, instar, presionar, urgirForce or impel in an indicated direction
Generaldiscutir, entrar en detallesspeak with others about (something)
Inglésrede, advise, counsel
Catalánaconsellar, advertir, avisar
Adjetivoaconsejable, conveniente, recomendableworthy of being recommended or suggested
asesor, consultivoGiving advice
Nombresabogado defensor, abogado, consejeroA lawyer who pleads / pleads cases in court
asesor, consejerosomeone who gives advice about problems
asesora, asesor, consejera, consejero, consultora, consultor, especialista, orientadorAn expert who gives advice
consideración, deliberación, ponderaciónCareful consideration
guía, orientaciónSomething that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action
Español > advertir: 16 sentidos > verbo 7, creation
Sentidomake real or concrete; give reality or substance to.
Sinónimosactualizar, realizar, sustanciar
Generalcausar, confeccionar, construir, crear, criar, formar, hacer, producir, provocar, realizarmake or cause to be or to become
Inglésrealize, realise, actualize, actualise, substantiate
Catalánadonar-se, advertir
Adjetivoefectivo, factual, realExisting in act or fact
existente, real, verdaderopresently existing in fact and not merely potential or possible
mismísimo, mismotaking place in reality
Nombrescumplimiento, realizaciónSomething that is made real or concrete
realizaciónmaking real or giving the appearance of reality
Español > advertir: 16 sentidos > verbo 8, communication
Sentidonotify, usually in advance.
Sinónimoavisar
Generaladvertir, anunciar, avisar, comunicar, dar información, informarImpart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to
Ingléswarn
Catalánadvertir, avisar
Nombresamonestador, avisadorsomeone who gives a warning / warning to others
Español > advertir: 16 sentidos > verbo 9, communication
Sentidomake a proposal, declare a plan for something.
Sinónimosproponer, sugerir
Específicoabogar, aconsejar, exhortar, instar, preconizar, recomendarPush for something
afirmar, decir, declarar, exponer, presentar, proponerput before
avanzar, exponer, proponer, propugnarbring forward for consideration or acceptance
facilitar, proporcionar, retroalimentarrespond to a query or outcome
insinuarse, tirar los tejosSuggest sex to
presentar una moción, someterPropose formally
Generaldeclarar, manifestar, revelarstate emphatically and authoritatively
Ingléspropose, suggest, advise
Catalánadvertir, proposar, suggerir
Adjetivosugerible, sugestionablesusceptible or responsive to suggestion
Nombresiniciativa, sugestiónpersuasion formulated as a suggestion
ofrecimiento, proposición, propuesta, sugerenciaA proposal offered for acceptance or rejection
proposiciónThe act of making a proposal
Español > advertir: 16 sentidos > verbo 10, perception
SentidoNotice or perceive.
Sinónimosapreciar, darse cuenta, notar, observar, percibir, poner atención, reparar
Implicaapreciar, comprender, entender, percibir, sentir, verTo become aware of through the senses
Específicotomar notaobserve with special attention
Contrariodesoír, ignorarfail to notice
Inglésnotice, mark, note
Catalánadonar-se, advertir, apreciar, notar, observar, percebre
Adjetivodetectablecapable of being detected
evidente, notablecapable or worthy of being perceived
Nombresatención, observación, observanciaThe act of noticing or paying attention
marca, muestra, signoA perceptible indication of something not immediately apparent (as a visible clue that something has happened / happened)
observadorsomeone who takes notice
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SentidoInform (somebody) of something.
Sinónimosanunciar, apercibir, avisar, informar, noticiar, notificar, participar
Generaladvertir, anunciar, avisar, comunicar, dar información, informarImpart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to
Inglésadvise, notify, give notice, send word, apprise, apprize
Catalánadvertir, avisar, informar, notificar
Nombresanuncio, notificación, participaciónA request for payment
avisoAn announcement containing information about an event
notificacióninforming by words
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SentidoGive heed (to).
Sinónimosatender, escuchar atentamente, prestar atención, prestar oído
Generalatender, escucharhear with intention
Inglésattend, hang, advert, pay heed, give ear
Adjetivoatento, conscientetaking heed
atento(often followed by 'to') giving care or attention
atentoGiving attention
NombresatenciónThe process whereby a person concentrates on some features of the environment to the (relative) exclusion of others
atención, concentraciónThe faculty or power of mental concentration
atenciónA general interest that leads people to want to know more
auditor, oyentesomeone who listens attentively
Español > advertir: 16 sentidos > verbo 13, cognition
SentidoBe fully aware or cognizant of.
Sinónimoscomprender, entender, reconocer
Específicosaberknow the nature or character of
Generalcomprender, conocer, entender, saberBe cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information
Inglésrecognize, recognise, realize, realise, agnize, agnise
Catalánadvertir, reconèixer
Nombrescomprensión, entendimiento, reconocimientoComing to understand something clearly and distinctly
Español > advertir: 16 sentidos > verbo 14, communication
Sentidowarn strongly; put on guard.
Sinónimosamonestar, reprender
Generaladvertir, alertar, avisar, notificar, prevenirnotify of danger / danger, potential harm, or risk
Ingléscaution, admonish, monish
Catalánamonestar, reprendre
Adjetivoadmonitorio, aleccionador, ejemplarServing to warn
Nombresadmonición, amonestación, avisocautionary advice about something imminent (especially imminent danger or other unpleasantness)
advertenciaA warning against certain acts
monitora, monitorsomeone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoided
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Sentidomake a more or less disguised reference to.
Sinónimosaludir, referirse, tocar
ImplicadenotarHave as a meaning / meaning
Generalinsinuar, sugerirDrop a hint
Similaratañer, concernir, incumbir, palpar, referirse, referir, relatar, respectar, tocar, tratarseBe relevant to
Inglésallude, touch, advert
Catalánal·ludir, referir-se, tocar
AdjetivoalusivoCharacterized by indirect references
Nombresalusión, mención, referenciapassing reference or indirect mention
Español > advertir: 16 sentidos > verbo 16, perception
SentidoSee with attention.
Sinónimoscontemplar, distinguir, divisar, mirar, observar, ojear, percibir, ver, vigilar
Generalcontemplar, mirar, observar, percibir, verperceive by sight or have the power to perceive by sight
Inglésbehold, lay eyes on
Catalánmirar, vigilar
Nombresespectador, observadorA person who becomes aware (of things or events) through the senses

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