HyperDic: aspirar

Español > 19 sentidos de la palabra aspirar:
VERBObodyaspirar, respirardraw air into, and expel out of, the lungs
competitionaspirar, apuntar, capacitar, dirigir, educar, entrenarpoint or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards
emotionaspirar, confiar, esperarexpect and wish
cognitionaspirarhave an ambitious plan or a lofty goal
emotionaspirar, esperanzar, esperarbe optimistic
emotionaspirar, gustarprefer or wish to do something
emotionaspirar, anhelar, ansiar, desear, quererhope for
consumptionaspirar, tragarse, tragardraw deep into the lungs in by breathing
cognitionaspirar, proponerpropose or intend
communicationaspirar, desearmake or express a wish / wish
emotionaspirar, desearfeel or express a desire or hope concerning the future or fortune of
communicationaspirar, desearorder politely
communicationaspirarpronounce with aspiration
motionaspirar, absorver, chupardraw something in by or as if by a vacuum
motionaspirar, esperar, pillar, saltar, subirse, tomartravel by means of an aircraft, bus, etc.
contactaspirar, pasar la aspiradoraclean with a vacuum cleaner
bodyaspirar(air) suck in
cognitionaspirar, esperarintend with some possibility of fulfilment
perceptionaspirarsmell strongly and intensely
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 1, body
SentidoDraw air into, and expel out of, the lungs.
Sinónimorespirar
Implicaespirar, exhalarExpel air
inhalar, inspirarDraw in (air)
Específicoahogarse, asfixiar, estrangular, sofocarsebreathe with great difficulty, as when experiencing a strong emotion
bostezarUtter a yawn, as from lack of oxygen or when one is tired
espirar, exhalarExpel air
hiparbreathe spasmodically, and make a sound
hiperventilarbreathe excessively hard and fast
inhalar, inspirarDraw in (air)
jadearbreathe with difficulty
roncarbreathe noisily during one's sleep
suspirarheave or utter a sigh
Tambiénespirar, exhalarExpel air
inhalar, inspirarDraw in (air)
Inglésbreathe, take a breath, respire, suspire
Catalánalenar, espirar, respirar
Adjetivorespiratoriopertaining to respiration
Nombresinhalador, respiradorA breathing device for administering long-term artificial respiration
respiración, respiroThe bodily process of inhalation and exhalation
schnorchel, tubo snorkelair passage provided by a retractable device containing intake and exhaust pipes
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 2, competition
SentidoPoint or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards.
Sinónimosapuntar, capacitar, dirigir, educar, entrenar
Implicado porpegarhit the intended target or goal
Específicoapuntar, dirigirIntend (something) to move towards a certain goal / goal
apuntardirect into a position for use
apuntaraim, point, or direct
apuntaraim with a gun
dirigirdirect at someone
dirigiraim at
vertake aim by looking through the sights of a gun (or other device)
Generalcolocar, posicionar, situarCause to be in an appropriate place, state, or relation
Inglésaim, take, train, take aim, direct
Catalánapuntar, aspirar, capacitar, educar, entrenar
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 3, emotion
SentidoExpect and wish.
Sinónimosconfiar, esperar
Generalanhelar, ansiar, aspirar, desear, quererhope for
Ingléshope, trust, desire
Catalánaspirar, esperar
NombresdeseoAn inclination to want things
deseoSomething that is desired
esperanza, promesagrounds for feeling hopeful about the future
esperanzaThe general feeling that some desire will be fulfilled
esperanzaA specific instance of feeling hopeful
esperanzasomeone (or something) on which expectations are centered
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 4, cognition
SentidoHave an ambitious plan or a lofty goal.
Generalplanear, planificarHave the will and intention to carry out some action
Inglésdraw a bead on, aspire, aim, shoot for
Catalánaspirar
Adjetivoaspirantedesiring or striving for recognition or advancement
Nombresambición, aspiración, pretensión, sueñoA cherished desire
aspiraciónA will to succeed
aspirante, candidato, imitador barato, pretendiente, solicitanteAn ambitious and aspiring young person
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 5, emotion
SentidoBe optimistic; be full of hope; have hopes.
Sinónimosesperanzar, esperar
Causado poralentar, animar, impulsar, incentivar, vigorizarinspire with confidence
Generaldesear, quererFeel or have a desire for
Contrariodesesperanzarse, desesperarabandon hope
Ingléshope
Catalánaspirar, esperar
Nombresesperanza, promesagrounds for feeling hopeful about the future
esperanzaThe general feeling that some desire will be fulfilled
esperanzaA specific instance of feeling hopeful
esperanzasomeone (or something) on which expectations are centered
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 6, emotion
Sentidoprefer or wish to do something.
Sinónimogustar
EspecíficoplacerBe the will of or have the will (to)
Generaldesear, quererFeel or have a desire for
Ingléswish, care, like
Catalánaspirar
Nombresafán, deseoA specific feeling of desire
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 7, emotion
Sentidohope for; have a wish.
Sinónimosanhelar, ansiar, desear, querer
Específicoaspirar, confiar, esperarExpect and wish
Generaldesear, quererFeel or have a desire for
Ingléswish
Catalánanhelar, aspirar, delejar, desitjar, esperar, sospirar per
Nombresafán, deseoA specific feeling of desire
deseo, petición, ruego indirecto, voluntadAn expression of some desire or inclination
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 8, consumption
SentidoDraw deep into the lungs in by breathing.
Sinónimostragarse, tragar
Generalfumarinhale and exhale smoke from cigarettes, cigars, pipes
Inglésinhale
Catalánaspirar, inhalar
AdjetivoinhalanteInhaling or serving for inhalation
Nombresaspiración, inhalación, inspiraciónThe act of inhaling
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 9, cognition
SentidoPropose or intend.
Sinónimoproponer
Generalcomportar, intentar, pensar, planear, pretender, proponerse, significarhave in mind as a purpose
Inglésaim, purpose, purport, propose
Catalánaspirar
Nombresdeterminación, propósito, resoluciónThe quality of being determined to do or achieve something
finalidad, intencionalidad, intención, intento, meta, objetivo, objeto, propósitoAn anticipated outcome that is intended or that guides your planned actions
intención, significadoThe intended meaning / meaning of a communication
meta, objetivoThe goal intended to be attained (and which is believed to be attainable)
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 10, communication
Sentidomake or express a wish / wish.
Sinónimodesear
Generalarticular, comunicar, expresar, manifestar, proferir, verbalizararticulate
Similaraspirar, desearOrder politely
Ingléswish
Catalánaspirar, desitjar
Nombresafán, deseoA specific feeling of desire
deseo, petición, ruego indirecto, voluntadAn expression of some desire or inclination
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 11, emotion
SentidoFeel or express a desire or hope concerning the future or fortune of.
Sinónimodesear
Generaldesear, quererFeel or have a desire for
Contrarioenvidiarwish ill or allow unwillingly
Ingléswish, wish well
Catalánaspirar
Nombresafán, deseoA specific feeling of desire
deseo, petición, ruego indirecto, voluntadAn expression of some desire or inclination
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 12, communication
SentidoOrder politely; express a wish / wish / wish for.
Sinónimodesear
Generalencargar, ordenar, pedirmake a request for something
Similaraspirar, desearmake or express a wish / wish
Ingléswish
Catalánaspirar
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 13, communication
Sentidopronounce with aspiration; of stop sounds.
Generalarticular, decir, declarar, hablar, pronunciar, sentenciarspeak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way
Inglésaspirate
NombresaspiraciónA manner of articulation involving an audible release of breath
aspirada, consonante aspiradaA consonant pronounced with aspiration
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 14, motion
Sentidodraw something in by or as if by a vacuum.
Sinónimosabsorver, chupar
Generalexprimir, extraertake liquid out of a container or well
Ingléssuck
NombressucciónThe act of sucking / sucking
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 15, motion
Sentidotravel by means of an aircraft, bus, etc..
Sinónimosesperar, pillar, saltar, subirse, tomar
GeneralviajarUndergo transportation as in a vehicle
Similarbrincar, saltarMove quickly from one place to another
Ingléshop
Catalánagafar, aspirar, esperar, saltar
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 16, contact
Sentidoclean with a vacuum cleaner.
Sinónimopasar la aspiradora
Generallavar, limpiarmake clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from
Inglésvacuum, vacuum-clean, hoover
Catalánnolex, passar l'aspiradora
NombresHoover, William Henry Hoover, William HooverUnited States industrialist who manufactured vacuum cleaners (1849-1932)
aspiradora, aspiradorAn electrical home appliance that cleans by suction
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 17, body
Sentido(air) suck in.
Generalinhalar, inspirarDraw in (air)
Inglésaspirate
Catalánaspirar
Nombresaspiración, inhalación, inspiraciónThe act of inhaling
aspiradorA pump that draws air or another gas through a liquid / liquid
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 18, cognition
SentidoIntend with some possibility of fulfilment.
Sinónimoesperar
Generalplanear, planificarHave the will and intention to carry out some action
Ingléshope, go for
Catalánaspirar, esperar
Español > aspirar: 19 sentidos > verbo 19, perception
SentidoSmell strongly and intensely.
Generalcatar, oler, olfatearinhale the odor of
Inglésget a noseful, get a whiff

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