HyperDic: ceder

Español > 11 sentidos de la palabra ceder:
VERBOpossessionceder, dar, proporcionarbe the cause or source of
possessionceder, despachar, entregar, librar, rendirrelinquish possession or control over
possessionceder, acercar, alcanzar, dar, dispensar, entregar, pasar, propinar, traspasarplace into the hands or custody of
motionceder, caer, colapsar, derrumbarse, desplomarse, desplomar, irse a pique, rompersebreak down, literally or metaphorically
communicationceder, adjudicar, conceder, conferir, otorgar, sucumbirbe willing to concede
possessionceder, adjudicar, conceder, conferir, otorgar, sucumbirgive over
changeceder, sucumbirend resistance, as under pressure or force
communicationceder, claudicar, conceder, consentir, doblegarse, sucumbirconsent reluctantly
stativeceder, acceder, rendirsegive in, as to influence or pressure
changeceder, amainar, amansar, mitigarbecome less in amount or intensity
competitionceder, rendirseacknowledge defeat
Español > ceder: 11 sentidos > verbo 1, possession
SentidoBe the cause or source of.
Sinónimosdar, proporcionar
Específicoabrir, desarrollar, hacer disponible, iniciarmake available
dejar, permitirmake a possibility or provide opportunity for
Generalabastecer, aportar, aprovisionar, dotar, entregar, facilitar, proporcionar, proveer, suministrar, suplir, surtirGive something useful or necessary to
Similarcausar, dar, dispensar, entregar, propinarCause to have, in the abstract sense or physical sense
Inglésyield, give, afford
Cataláncedir, proporcionar
Español > ceder: 11 sentidos > verbo 2, possession
Sentidorelinquish possession or control over.
Sinónimosdespachar, entregar, librar, rendir
Específicorendirsesurrender, as a result of pressure or force
traspasarformally assign ownership of
venderGive up for a price or reward
Generaldar, dispensar, donar, entregar, obsequiar, presentar, propinar, regalarGive as a present
Ingléssurrender, cede, deliver, give up
Cataláncedir, despatxar, entregar, lliurar, rendir, trametre
NombrescesiónThe act of ceding / ceding
entrega, rendiciónThe delivery of a principal into lawful custody
Español > ceder: 11 sentidos > verbo 3, possession
Sentidoplace into the hands or custody of.
Sinónimosacercar, alcanzar, dar, dispensar, entregar, pasar, propinar, traspasar
Específicoabandonar, devolver, entregar, librarTo surrender / surrender someone or something to another
confiar, encargarconfer a trust upon
confiar, dejar, entregarput into the care or protection of someone
dar, dejar, dispensar, entregar, propinarLeave with
delizarPass on stealthily
liberar, renunciarPart with a possession or right
GeneraltransferirCause to change ownership
Tambiénabandonar, devolver, entregar, librarTo surrender / surrender someone or something to another
comunicar, informar, transmitirtransmit information
comunicar, dar, impartir, transmitir, trasmitirTransmit (knowledge or skills)
dejar, heredar, legar, transmitirPassed on, as by inheritance / inheritance / inheritance
dispensar, distribuir, entregar, pasar, repartirGive to several people
pasar, transferir, transmitirGive to or transfer possession of
transmitirrefer to another person for decision or judgment
Ingléspass, hand, reach, pass on, turn over, give
Catalánacostar, apropar, aproximar, cedir, dispensar, donar, entregar, lliurar, passar, propinar, traspassar
NombresentregaThe act of passing something to another person
mano, manus, palma, pata, zarpaThe (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb
Español > ceder: 11 sentidos > verbo 4, motion
Sentidobreak down, literally or metaphorically.
Sinónimoscaer, colapsar, derrumbarse, desplomarse, desplomar, irse a pique, romperse
Causado pordesplomar, estallar, explotar, reventarCause to burst
Específicodejarse caerfall loosely
doblarse, encogerseFold or collapse
hundirsefall or sink heavily
implosionar, implotarBurst inward / inward
rompercurl over and fall apart in surf or foam, of waves
Generalalterar, cambiar, sufrir un cambio, transformar, variarUndergo a change
Tambiénbajar, caer, descenderMove downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way
Similarabandonar, renunciarstop maintaining or insisting on
desplomar, estallar, explotar, reventarCause to burst
Ingléscollapse, fall in, cave in, give, give way, break, founder
Catalándesplomar
NombrescolapsoA natural event caused by something suddenly falling down or caving in
derrumbamiento, derrumbe, hundimiento, subsidenciaThe sudden collapse of something into a hollow beneath it
hundimiento, quiebraA sudden large decline of business or the prices / prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures)
Español > ceder: 11 sentidos > verbo 5, communication
SentidoBe willing to concede.
Sinónimosadjudicar, conceder, conferir, otorgar, sucumbir
Específicodisculpar, perdonarstop blaming or grant forgiveness
Generalacordar, aprobar, asentir, coincidir, concordar, convenir, estar de acuerdo, pactarBe in accord / accord
Inglésconcede, yield, grant
Catalánadjudicar, atorgar, cedir, concedir, conferir, sucumbir
AdjetivoconcesivoOf or pertaining to concession
NombresclaudicaciónThe act of conceding or yielding
Español > ceder: 11 sentidos > verbo 6, possession
SentidoGive over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another.
Sinónimosadjudicar, conceder, conferir, otorgar, sucumbir
Generaldar, dispensar, donar, entregar, otorgar, propinar, regalartransfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody
Inglésconcede, yield, cede, grant
Catalánadjudicar, atorgar, cedir, concedir, conferir, sucumbir
NombrescesiónThe act of ceding / ceding
claudicaciónThe act of conceding or yielding
Español > ceder: 11 sentidos > verbo 7, change
Sentidoend resistance, as under pressure or force.
Sinónimosucumbir
Generalalterar, cambiar, sufrir un cambio, transformar, variarUndergo a change
Inglésgive way, yield
Cataláncedir, sucumbir
Español > ceder: 11 sentidos > verbo 8, communication
Sentidoconsent reluctantly.
Sinónimosclaudicar, conceder, consentir, doblegarse, sucumbir
Específicoacceder, deferir, someterseYield to another's wish / wish or opinion
Generalacceder, aceptar, consentirGive an affirmative reply to
Inglésyield, give in, succumb, knuckle under, buckle under
Cataláncedir, concedir, consentir, sucumbir
Nombresclaudicación, rendiciónA verbal / verbal act of admitting defeat
Español > ceder: 11 sentidos > verbo 9, stative
Sentidogive in, as to influence or pressure.
Sinónimosacceder, rendirse
EspecíficosometerseYield to out of weakness
Contrarioaguantar, permanecerhold one's ground
Inglésyield, relent, soften
Catalánaccedir, cedir
Español > ceder: 11 sentidos > verbo 10, change
SentidoBecome less in amount or intensity.
Sinónimosamainar, amansar, mitigar
Generalconsumirse, desmoronarse, disminuir, menguar, mermar, reducirsedecrease in size, extent, or range
Inglésabate, let up, slack off, slack, die away
Catalánamainar, amansir-se, asserenar-se, cedir, cessar, encalmar-se, morir, parar
Nombresrespiro, suspensiónAn interruption in the intensity or amount of something
treguaA pause during which things are calm or activities are diminished
Español > ceder: 11 sentidos > verbo 11, competition
SentidoAcknowledge defeat.
Sinónimorendirse
Generalabandonar, desistir, entregar, rendirGive up or agree to forgo to the power or possession of another
Inglésconcede
Catalánatorgar, concedir
NombresclaudicaciónThe act of conceding or yielding

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