HyperDic: asociarse

Español > 6 sentidos de la palabra asociarse:
VERBOcontactasociarse, adherirse, adherir, atar, encolar, incorporarse, liar, ligarse, pegarse, pegar, unirse, vincularstick / stick to firmly
changeasociarse, adherirse, cohesionar, fusionarse, juntarse, unificarse, unificar, unirse, unirbecome one
socialasociarse, afiliarse, afiliarjoin in an affiliation / affiliation
socialasociarsebring or come into association or action
socialasociarse, aliarseunite formally
competitionasociarseform a team
Español > asociarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 1, contact
Sentidostick / stick to firmly.
Sinónimosadherirse, adherir, atar, encolar, incorporarse, liar, ligarse, pegarse, pegar, unirse, vincular
Causado porpegarattach to
Generaladherirse, enganchar, pegar, sujetarseBecome attached
Similaradherirse, adherir, aferrarse, aferrar, pegarseCome or be in close contact with
Inglésadhere, hold fast, bond, bind, stick, stick to
Catalánadherir, encolar, enganxar, lligar, vincular
Adjetivoadherentesticking / sticking fast
adhesivotending to adhere
enlazablecapable of holding together or cohering
Nombresadherencia, adhesión, adhesividadThe property of sticking together (as of glue and wood) or the joining of surfaces of different composition
adhesivo, calcomanía, estiquer, etiqueta adhesiva, etiqueta engomada, etiqueta gomada, etiqueta, pegatinaAn adhesive label
aglutinanteSomething used to bind separate particles together or facilitate adhesion to a surface
atadura, lazo, ligadura, uniónA connection that fastens things together
cierre, ligadura, sujeciónrestraint that attaches to something or holds something in place
Español > asociarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 2, change
SentidoBecome one.
Sinónimosadherirse, cohesionar, fusionarse, juntarse, unificarse, unificar, unirse, unir
Específicocombinar, fundirsefuse or cause to grow together
consolidarseUnite into one
convergirCome together so as to form a single product
Generalintegrarse, integrarBecome one
Inglésunify, unite, merge
Catalánadherir-se, ajuntar-se, ajuntar, associar-se, fusionar, reunir, unificar, unir
Nombresamalgamación, fusión empresarial, fusiónThe combination of two or more commercial companies
conjunto, unidad completa, unidadAn assemblage of parts that is regarded as a single entity
fusión, uniónThe act of joining together as one
fusión, unificaciónAn occurrence that involves the production of a union
unidadA single undivided whole
unificación, uniónThe act of making or becoming a single unit
Español > asociarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 3, social
Sentidojoin in an affiliation / affiliation.
Sinónimosafiliarse, afiliar
Generalincorporarse, ingresar, unirseBecome part of
Inglésaffiliate
Catalánafiliar-se, afiliar, associar-se, associar
NombresafiliaciónThe act of becoming formally connected or joined
afiliaciónA social or business relationship
afiliada, afiliado, filialA subsidiary or subordinate organization that is affiliated with another organization
afiliado, afiliarA subordinate or subsidiary associate
Español > asociarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 4, social
SentidoBring or come into association or action.
EspecíficoandarBe or act in association with
Generalcohesionar, concertarse, reunir, unificaract in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief
Inglésconsociate, associate
Catalánassociar-se, associar
Adjetivoasociablecapable of being associated
NombresafiliaciónA social or business relationship
asociaciónThe act of consorting with or joining with others
asociación, clubA formal organization of people or groups of people
asociado, socioA person who joins with others in some activity or endeavor
Español > asociarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 5, social
SentidoUnite formally; of interest groups or countries.
Sinónimoaliarse
Generalcohesionar, concertarse, reunir, unificaract in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief
Inglésally with
Español > asociarse: 6 sentidos > verbo 6, competition
Sentidoform a team.
Generalagruparse, agruparform a group or group together
Inglésteam, team up
Catalánassociar-se, formar un equip
Nombrescuadrilla, equipo, escuadrónA cooperative unit (especially in sports)

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