HyperDic: cerrar

Español > 13 sentidos de la palabra cerrar:
VERBOcontactcerrar, clausurar, taparmove so that an opening or passage is obstructed
socialcerrar, exceptuar, excluir, privarprevent from entering
contactcerrar, candarfasten with a lock
socialcerrar, clausurarcease to operate or cause to cease operating
contactcerrar, clausurar, concluir, terminarbecome closed
changecerrar, clausurarterminate debate by calling for a vote
communicationcerrar, terminarcomplete a business deal, negotiation, or an agreement
contactcerrarbar access to
contactcerrarblock off the passage through
competitioncerrar, bloquearimpose a blockade on
contactcerrarsecure by locking
stativecerrar, cortarstem the flow of
changecerrarterminate
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 1, contact
SentidoMove so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut.
Sinónimosclausurar, tapar
Causa decerrar, clausurar, concluir, terminarBecome closed
EspecíficochasquearClose with a snapping motion
correrMove or pull so as to cover or uncover something
dar un portazoClose violently
precintar, sellarmake tight
Tambiéncercar, encerrar, rodearSurround completely
encerrarplace in a place where something cannot be removed or someone cannot escape
Contrarioabrir, estrenarCause to open or to become open
Similarcerrar, clausurar, concluir, terminarBecome closed
Inglésclose, shut
Catalánclausurar, cloure, tancar
Nombrescerradura, cerramiento, cierreThe act of closing something
contraventanaA hinged blind for a window
obturadorA mechanical device on a camera that opens and closes to control the time of a photographic exposure
oclusiónThe act of blocking
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 2, social
Sentidoprevent from entering; shut out.
Sinónimosexceptuar, excluir, privar
Específicocerrar la puertaprevent employees from working during a strike
excomulgarexclude from a church or a religious community
exiliar, marginaravoid speaking to or dealing with
Generalentrabar, evitar, impedir, prevenirStop (someone or something) from doing something or being in a certain state
Tambiénconservar, mantener, sostenerKeep in a certain state, position, or activity
Contrarioadmitir, contemplar, englobar, incluir, integrarAllow participation in or the right to be part of
Inglésexclude, keep out, shut out, shut
Catalánexceptuar, excloure, privar
Nombresexclusion, exclusiónThe state of being excluded
obturadorA mechanical device on a camera that opens and closes to control the time of a photographic exposure
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 3, contact
SentidoFasten with a lock.
Sinónimocandar
Generalasegurar, concertar, fijar, reparar, sujetar, unirCause to be firmly attached
TambiéncerrarSecure by locking
encerrarplace in a place where something cannot be removed or someone cannot escape
Contrarioabrir, desbloquearBecome unlocked / unlocked
abrir, desatrancar, desbloquearopen the lock of
Ingléslock
Nombrescandado, cerraduraA fastener fitted to a door or drawer to keep it firmly closed
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 4, social
SentidoCease to operate or cause to cease operating.
Sinónimoclausurar
Específicoaplazar, retirarse, retirar, suspender una sesión, suspenderbreak from a meeting or gathering
Contrarioabrir, encender, poner en funcionamientostart to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning
Inglésclose up, close, fold, shut down, close down
Catalánclausurar, plegar, tancar
Nombresapagado, cierre, clausura, conclusión, fintermination of operations
cierre, conclusión, final, finis, fin, meta, terminación, términoThe temporal end
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 5, contact
SentidoBecome closed.
Sinónimosclausurar, concluir, terminar
Causado porcerrar, clausurar, taparMove so that an opening or passage is obstructed
Generalconvertirse, girar, rotar, transformarseUndergo a transformation or a change of position or action
Contrarioabrirse, abrirBecome open
Similarcerrar, clausurar, taparMove so that an opening or passage is obstructed
Inglésclose, shut
Catalánclausurar, cloure, finir, tancar
Nombrescerradura, cerramiento, cierreThe act of closing something
obturadorA mechanical device on a camera that opens and closes to control the time of a photographic exposure
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 6, change
Sentidoterminate debate by calling for a vote.
Sinónimoclausurar
Generalacabar, concluir, finalizar, rescindir, terminarBring to an end or halt
Inglésclosure, cloture
Catalánclausurar
NombresclausuraA rule for limiting or ending debate in a deliberative body
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 7, communication
Sentidocomplete a business deal, negotiation, or an agreement.
Sinónimoterminar
Generalacabar, concluir, finalizar, rescindir, terminarBring to an end or halt
Inglésclose
Catalántancar
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 8, contact
Sentidobar access to.
Generalbloquear, obstruirRender unsuitable for passage
Inglésclose
Nombrescerradura, cerramiento, cierreThe act of closing something
oclusiónThe act of blocking
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 9, contact
Sentidoblock off the passage through.
Generalbloquear, obstruirRender unsuitable for passage
Inglésshut off, block off, close off
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 10, competition
Sentidoimpose a blockade on.
Sinónimobloquear
Generalasediar, cercar, sitiarSurround so as to force to give up
Inglésblockade, seal off
NombresbloqueoA war measure that isolates some area of importance to the enemy / enemy
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 11, contact
SentidoSecure by locking.
Generalasegurar, concertar, fijar, reparar, sujetar, unirCause to be firmly attached
Tambiéncandar, cerrarFasten with a lock
Ingléslock up
Nombrescierre, encierroThe act of locking something up to protect it
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 12, stative
Sentidostem the flow of.
Sinónimocortar
Generalacabar, cesar, dejar, descatalogar, descontinuar, discontinuar, parar, terminarput an end to a state or an activity
Inglésshut off, close off
Español > cerrar: 13 sentidos > verbo 13, change
Sentidoterminate.
Generalacabar, concluir, finalizar, rescindir, terminarBring to an end or halt
Inglésclose out
Cataláncancel·lar

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