HyperDic: apropiarse

Español > 3 sentidos de la palabra apropiarse:
VERBOpossessionapropiarse, copar, llevarse, quitar, tomartake into one's possession
possessionapropiarse, adoptartake up and practice as one's own
possessionapropiarse, coger, confiscar, copar, quitar, tomartake by force
Español > apropiarse: 3 sentidos > verbo 1, possession
SentidoTake into one's possession.
Sinónimoscopar, llevarse, quitar, tomar
Específicoaceptar, admitir, adquirir, asumirtake on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person
acumular, juntar, recoger, recopilar, reunircall for and obtain payment of
adoptar, ahijarTake into one's family
apoderar, capturar, confiscar, decomisar, embargar, incautarse, incautar, intervenir, secuestrarTake temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority
arrebatar, cogerget hold of or seize quickly and easily
deprivar, desnudar, despojar, desposeer, privartake away possessions from someone
embolsar, empaquetarput in one's pocket
recuperar, redisponerregain possession of something
retirar, suprimirCause to be returned
Tambiéndibujar, quitar, retirar, sacar, suprimirRemove (a commodity) from (a supply source)
recuperar, redisponerregain possession of something
Contrariodar, dispensar, donar, entregar, otorgar, propinar, regalartransfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody
Ingléstake
Catalánapropiar-se, copar, portar-se, prendre, treure
Español > apropiarse: 3 sentidos > verbo 2, possession
Sentidotake up and practice as one's own.
Sinónimoadoptar
Generalaceptar, querer, tomarReceive willingly something given or offered
Tambiénaceptar, querer, tomarReceive willingly something given or offered
Inglésadopt, borrow, take over, take up
Catalánadoptar, apropiar-se, manllevar
Adjetivoadoptivoacquired as your own by free choice
NombresadopciónThe appropriation (of ideas or words etc) from another source / source
Español > apropiarse: 3 sentidos > verbo 3, possession
SentidoTake by force.
Sinónimoscoger, confiscar, copar, quitar, tomar
Específicoafanar, hurtar, mangar, quitar, rapiñar, robar, sustraerTake without the owner's consent
aliviar, quitar, salvarTake by stealing
anexar, apoderar, capturar, confiscar, embargar, incautar, usurparseize and take control without authority and possibly with force
despojar, desvalijar, expoliar, pillar, saquearsteal goods
escalarTake by attacking with scaling ladders
extorsionarObtain through intimidation
liberar, libertar, rescatarTake forcibly from legal custody
pillar, saquearplunder (a town) after capture
reconquistartake back by force, as after a battle
Ingléstake
Catalánagafar, apropiar-se, confiscar, copar, prendre, traure, treure

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