HyperDic: anticipar

Español > 17 sentidos de la palabra anticipar:
VERBOcommunicationanticipar, augurar, predecir, presagiar, prever, pronosticar, vaticinarmake a prediction about
communicationanticipar, esperar, pedir, requerirconsider obligatory
socialanticipar, animar, auspiciar, estimular, favorecer, fomentar, impulsar, incentivar, potenciar, promover, propulsarcontribute to the progress or growth of
cognitionanticipar, aguardar, contar, esperar con expectación, esperarlook ... / look forward to the probable occurrence of
motionanticipar, adentrarse, avanzarse, avanzar, internarsemove forward, also in the metaphorical sense
competitionanticipar, adelantarse, avanzarse, avanzar, ganar, internarseobtain advantages, such as points, etc.
cognitionanticipar, esperar, preverregard something as probable or likely
changeanticipar, avanzar, progresardevelop in a positive way
socialanticipar, anticiparse, preveract in advance of
socialanticipar, ascendergive a promotion to or assign to a higher position
cognitionanticipar, preveer, prevenir, prever, saber de antemanorealize beforehand
changeanticipar, adelantar, aumentar, ganarrise in rate or price / price
possessionanticipar, adelantar, avanzarpay in advance
possessionanticiparpay for something before receiving it
changeanticipar, avanzardevelop further
communicationanticipar, adivinarattempt to anticipate or predict
changeanticipar, ascender, aumentar, fomentar, promoverincrease or raise
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 1, communication
Sentidomake a prediction about; tell in advance.
Sinónimosaugurar, predecir, presagiar, prever, pronosticar, vaticinar
Específicoadivinar, anticiparattempt to anticipate or predict
apostarMaintain with or as if with a bet
augurarpredict from an omen
calcular, determinar, preveerpredict in advance
interpretar, leerinterpret the significance of, as of palms, tea leaves, intestines, the sky
profetar, profetizarpredict or reveal through, or as if through, divine inspiration
Generaladivinar, aparentar, aventurar, conjeturar, especular, fingirPut forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation
Ingléspredict, foretell, prognosticate, call, forebode, anticipate, promise
Catalánanticipar, augurar, predir, presagiar, preveure, pronosticar, vaticinar
Adjetivoanticipador, en anticipaciónIn anticipation
predictivo, proféticoOf or relating to prediction
Nombresadivino, pronosticador, vaticinador, videntesomeone who makes predictions of the future (usually on the basis of special knowledge)
anticipación, predicción, previsiónThe act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future)
corazonada, pálpito, presentimientoA feeling of evil to come
predicción, pronosticación, vaticinioknowledge of the future (usually said to be obtained from a divine source)
predicción, pronosticación, pronósticoA statement made about the future
predicción, previsión, prognosis, pronósticoA prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop
presagio negativoAn unfavorable omen
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 2, communication
SentidoConsider obligatory; request and expect.
Sinónimosesperar, pedir, requerir
Generaldemandar, exigir, pedir, reclamarrequest urgently and forcefully
Inglésask, require, expect
Catalánanticipar, demanar, esperar, requerir
Nombresexigencia, requisitorequired activity
expectativa, perspectivabelief about (or mental picture of) the future
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 3, social
Sentidocontribute to the progress or growth of.
Sinónimosanimar, auspiciar, estimular, favorecer, fomentar, impulsar, incentivar, potenciar, promover, propulsar
Específicoalentar, animar, estimular, incentivar, motivarincite or stimulate
alimentarsupport / support or promote
desarrollar, fomentar, incentivar, promoverPromote the growth of
servircontribute to the furtherance of
Generalapoyar, respaldarGive moral or psychological support, aid, or courage to
Ingléspromote, advance, boost, further, encourage
Catalánanimar, anticipar, avançar, fomentar, incentivar, potenciar, propulsar
Nombresadepta, adepto, aficionada, aficionado, amiga, amigo, entusiasta, seguidora, seguidorA person who backs a politician or a team etc.
aliento, ánimo, coraje, fuerza, valorThe act of giving hope or support to someone
apoyo, avance, fomento, fortalecimiento, promociónencouragement of the progress or growth or acceptance / acceptance of something
auge, avance, evolución, fomento, promociónThe advancement of some enterprise / enterprise
impulsoThe act of giving a push
mejora, mejoríaA change for the better
patrocinador, promotorsomeone who is an active supporter and advocate
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 4, cognition
Sentidolook ... / look forward to the probable occurrence of.
Sinónimosaguardar, contar, esperar con expectación, esperar
Específicoaguardar, esperarlook forward to the birth of a child
esperarExpect or hope for
esperarBe excited or anxious about
mirar porTurn one's interests or expectations towards
Similaranticipar, esperar, preverregard something as probable or likely
Inglésexpect, look, await, wait
Catalánaguardar, anticipar, esperar
Adjetivoexpectantemarked by eager anticipation
Nombresanticipación, expectaciónAnticipating with confidence of fulfillment
expectaciónSomething expected (as on the basis of a norm)
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 5, motion
SentidoMove forward, also in the metaphorical sense.
Sinónimosadentrarse, avanzarse, avanzar, internarse
Implicado porabordar, acercarse, acercar, acostar, aproximarse, aproximar, encarar, subir, venirMove towards
Específicoabrirse caminoContinue moving forward
acercarse a, dirigirse aAdvance or converge on
adelantar, alcanzar, pasarTravel past
avanzarMove ahead steadily
deslizarse, esfumarse, pasar, seguir, transcurrir, trascurrirpass by
ensartarMove or come along
inmiscuirse, invadirAdvance beyond the usual limit
Generalacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Tambiénacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
marchar, trancarwalk fast, with regular or measured steps
Contrarioalejarse, jubilar, retirarse, retirar, retroceder, suprimirpull back or move away or backward
Inglésadvance, progress, pass on, move on, march on, go on
Catalánanticipar, avançar-se, endinsar-se, internar-se
Nombresadelantamiento, avance, evolución, progresión, progresoThe act of moving forward (as toward a goal)
adelantamiento, avance, evolución, progresión, progresoA movement forward
advancersomeone who advances
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 6, competition
SentidoObtain advantages, such as points, etc..
Sinónimosadelantarse, avanzarse, avanzar, ganar, internarse
Específicoanotar, marcargain points in a game / game / game
Tambiénconstituir, devenir, iniciar, llegar a ser, ponerse, tornar, volverseEnter or assume a certain state or condition
Contrarioabandonar, perder, replegarse, retirarse, retrocederretreat
Inglésgain, advance, win, pull ahead, make headway, get ahead, gain ground
Catalánanticipar, avançar-se, endinsar-se, guanyar, internar-se
Nombreséxito, triunfo, victoriaA victory (as in a race or other competition)
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 7, cognition
Sentidoregard something as probable or likely.
Sinónimosesperar, prever
Específicoadquirir, asumir, dar por sentado, presumir, suponertake to be the case or to be true
conjeturar, especular, hipotetizar, imaginar, suponer, teorizarTo believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds
considerarBe confident about something
creer, imaginar, opinar, pensar, suponerExpect, believe, or suppose
Generalevaluar, juzgar, opinar, pensarform a critical opinion of
Similaraguardar, anticipar, contar, esperar con expectación, esperarlook ... / look forward to the probable occurrence of
Inglésexpect, anticipate
Catalánanticipar, esperar, expectar, preveure
Adjetivoexpectantemarked by eager anticipation
Nombresexpectación, expectativaThe feeling that something is about to happen / happen / happen
expectativa, perspectivabelief about (or mental picture of) the future
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 8, change
SentidoDevelop in a positive way.
Sinónimosavanzar, progresar
Generaldesarrollarse, elaborarGrow, progress, unfold, or evolve through a process of evolution, natural growth, differentiation, or a conducive environment
Tambiénconstituir, devenir, iniciar, llegar a ser, ponerse, tornar, volverseEnter or assume a certain state or condition
Contrariorecalcitrar, retroceder, retrogradar, sufrir una regresiónget worse or fall back to a previous condition
Inglésprogress, come on, come along, advance, get on, get along, shape up
Catalánanticipar, avançar, progressar
Nombresadelantamiento, avance, evolución, progresión, progresoThe act of moving forward (as toward a goal)
adelanto, avance, progresogradual improvement or growth or development
mejora, mejoríaA change for the better
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 9, social
SentidoAct in advance of; deal / deal with ahead of time.
Sinónimosanticiparse, prever
Generalactuar, hacer, llevar a cabo, obrarPerform an action, or work out or perform (an action)
Inglésanticipate, foresee, forestall, counter
Catalánanticipar-se, anticipar
Adjetivoanticipador, en anticipaciónIn anticipation
NombresanticipaciónThe act of preventing something by anticipating and disposing of it effectively
anticipador, anticipanteOne who anticipates
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 10, social
SentidoGive a promotion to or assign to a higher position.
Sinónimoascender
Específicodar una permanenciaGive life-time employment / employment to
decantar, favorecer, preferirPromote over another
ennoblecerGive a title / title to someone
Generalasignar, atribuir, delegar, designarGive an assignment to (a person) to a post, or assign a task to (a person)
Contrariochocar, relegarAssign to a lower position
Ingléspromote, upgrade, advance, kick upstairs, raise, elevate
Catalánanticipar
Nombresapogeo, auge, cima, cúspide, pico, súmmum, superlativo, tiptopThe highest level or degree attainable
apoyo, avance, fomento, fortalecimiento, promociónencouragement of the progress or growth or acceptance / acceptance of something
ascenso, promociónAct of raising in rank or position
ascenso, engrandecimientoThe act of increasing the wealth or prestige or power or scope of something
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 11, cognition
Sentidorealize beforehand.
Sinónimospreveer, prevenir, prever, saber de antemano
Generalestar seguro de, saberBe aware of the truth of something
Inglésanticipate, previse, foreknow, foresee
Nombresanticipador, anticipanteOne who anticipates
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 12, change
SentidoRise in rate or price / price.
Sinónimosadelantar, aumentar, ganar
Generalescalar, subirgo up or advance
Inglésadvance, gain
Catalánanticipar, augmentar, avançar-se, avançar
Nombresalza, aumento, subidaincrease / increase / increase / increase / increase in price or value
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 13, possession
Sentidopay in advance.
Sinónimosadelantar, avanzar
Generaldejar, prestarGive temporarily
Inglésadvance
Catalánanticipar, avançar, bestreure
Nombresadelanto, anticipo, préstamo, suplidoAn amount paid before it is earned
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 14, possession
Sentidopay for something before receiving it.
Generalabonar, cancelar, pagar, retribuirGive money, usually in exchange for goods or services
Inglésprepay
Catalánbestreure
NombresprepagoPayment in advance
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 15, change
SentidoDevelop further.
Sinónimoavanzar
Generalameliorar, arreglar, corregir, enriquecer, mejorar, perfeccionarTo make better
Inglésadvance
Catalánanticipar
Nombresadelantamiento, avance, evolución, progresión, progresoThe act of moving forward (as toward a goal)
adelanto, avance, progresogradual improvement or growth or development
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 16, communication
Sentidoattempt to anticipate or predict.
Sinónimoadivinar
Generalanticipar, augurar, predecir, presagiar, prever, pronosticar, vaticinarmake a prediction about
Ingléssecond-guess, outguess
Español > anticipar: 17 sentidos > verbo 17, change
Sentidoincrease or raise.
Sinónimosascender, aumentar, fomentar, promover
Generalacrecentar, aumentar, elevar, incrementar, subirmake bigger or more
Inglésboost, advance, supercharge
Catalánanticipar, ascendir, fomentar, promoure

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