HyperDic: derivar

Español > 14 sentidos de la palabra derivar:
VERBOchangederivar, provenircome from
changederivar, educir, provenirdevelop or evolve from a latent or potential state
stativederivar, cultivar, desarrollarse, elaborar, elevar, originarse, originar, producirse, surgircome into existence
cognitionderivar, deducir, descontar, desgravar, inferir, provenirreason by deduction
stativederivar, descender, proceder, provenir, resultarcome from
cognitionderivar, establecer, formular, hacermake, formulate, or derive in the mind
stativederivar, resultar, seguirse, seguir, sucederissue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.)
motionderivar, acercarse, llegar, provenir, resultar, venirmove toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody
changederivar, llegar, provenir, resultar, suceder, venircome to pass
cognitionderivar, obtener, suscitarderive by reason
stativederivar, aparecer, despertar, emerger, surgiroriginate or come into being
stativederivar, provenir, resultar, venirexist or occur in a certain point in a series
stativederivar, brotar, provenir, resultar, surgircome forth
stativederivar, resultarbe the result of
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 1, change
SentidoCome from.
Sinónimoprovenir
GeneralevolucionarUndergo development or evolution / evolution
Similarderivar, descender, proceder, provenir, resultarCome from
Inglésderive
Catalánderivar, provenir
Adjetivoderivado, derivativoResulting from or employing derivation
Nombresderivación(historical linguistics) an explanation of the historical origins of a word or phrase
derivaciónThe source or origin from which something derives (i.e. comes or issues)
derivación, derivada(descriptive linguistics) the process whereby new words are formed from existing words or bases by affixation
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 2, change
SentidoDevelop or evolve from a latent or potential state.
Sinónimoseducir, provenir
Generalcausar, confeccionar, construir, crear, criar, formar, hacer, producir, provocar, realizarmake or cause to be or to become
Inglésderive, educe
Catalánderivar, eduir, provenir
Adjetivoderivado, derivativoResulting from or employing derivation
NombresderivaciónThe source or origin from which something derives (i.e. comes or issues)
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 3, stative
SentidoCome into existence; take on form or shape.
Sinónimoscultivar, desarrollarse, elaborar, elevar, originarse, originar, producirse, surgir
Específicobrotar, manarcome up (as of feelings and thoughts, or other ephemeral things)
resultar, seguirse, venirTo be the product / product or result
Generalhacerse, llegar a serCome into existence
Similardesarrollarse, desarrollarBe gradually disclosed or unfolded
Inglésoriginate, arise, rise, develop, uprise, spring up, grow
Cataláncultivar, derivar, desenvolupar-se, elaborar, elevar, originar-se, originar, produir-se
AdjetivogerminalContaining seeds of later development
Nombrescomienzo, génesis, origenAn event that is a beginning
creación, fundación, iniciación, inicio, instauración, institución, introducciónThe act of starting something for the first time
crecimiento, emergenciaThe gradual beginning or coming forth
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 4, cognition
Sentidoreason by deduction; establish by deduction.
Sinónimosdeducir, descontar, desgravar, inferir, provenir
CategoríalógicaA system of reasoning
Específicoconjeturar, suponerinfer / infer from incomplete evidence
derivar, obtener, suscitarderive by reason
extrapolargain knowledge of (an area not known or experienced) by extrapolating
Generalconcluir, inferir, razonardecide by reasoning
Inglésdeduce, infer, deduct, derive
Catalándeduir, desgravar, inferir, provenir
AdjetivodeductivoInvolving inferences from general principles
deductivorelating to logical deduction
Nombresdeducción, ilación, inferenciaThe reasoning involved in drawing a conclusion or making a logical judgment on the basis of circumstantial evidence and prior conclusions rather than on the basis of direct observation
deducción, razonamiento deductivoreasoning from the general to the particular (or from cause to effect)
derivaciónA line of reasoning that shows how a conclusion follows logically from accepted propositions
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 5, stative
SentidoCome from; be connected by a relationship of blood, for example.
Sinónimosdescender, proceder, provenir, resultar
Similarderivar, provenirCome from
Inglésderive, come, descend
Catalánderivar, descendre, provenir, resultar
Adjetivoderivado, derivativoResulting from or employing derivation
Nombresabolengo, alcurnia, ascendencia, linajeinherited properties shared with others of your bloodline
abolengo, árbol genealógico, ascendencia, casta, descendencia, estirpe, linaje, línea de descendencia, línea de sangre, línea, origen, parentela, parentesco, pedigrí, saga, sangreThe descendants of one individual
derivaciónThe source or origin from which something derives (i.e. comes or issues)
descendienteA person considered as descended from some ancestor or race
linajeThe kinship relation between an individual and the individual's progenitors
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 6, cognition
Sentidomake, formulate, or derive in the mind.
Sinónimosestablecer, formular, hacer
Inglésdraw, make
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 7, stative
SentidoIssue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.) ; end.
Sinónimosresultar, seguirse, seguir, suceder
Específicoconcluirse, deducirse, deriverseCome as a logical consequence
derivar, resultarBe the result of
seguirCome after in time, as a result
Generaldemostrar, probarBe shown or be found to be
Inglésresult, ensue
Catalánderivar, resultar, seguir, succeir
Adjetivoconcomitante, consecuente, consiguiente, resultanteFollowing or accompanying as a consequence
Nombresconsecuencia, resultadoSomething that results
consecuencia, efecto, resultadoA phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon
resultanteThe final / final point in a process
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 8, motion
SentidoMove toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody.
Sinónimosacercarse, llegar, provenir, resultar, venir
Implicado poracarrear, copar, llevar, portar, tomar, traer, transportarTake something or somebody with oneself somewhere
acercar, coger, llevar, portar, traergo or come after and bring or take back
llevar, traerBe accompanied by
Específicoabordar, acercarse, acercar, acostar, aproximarse, aproximar, encarar, subir, venirMove towards
dirigirse a, llamarspeak to someone
emanarproceed or issue forth, as from a source
venircome near in time
Generalacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Tambiénacceder, conseguir, cumplir lo prometido, ganar, lograr, salir adelante, tener éxito, triumfar, triunfarattain success or reach a desired goal / goal
acompañar, ir conBe present or associated with an event or entity
aparecer, ascender, elevarse, nacer, salir, subircome up, of celestial bodies
ponerse de modaCome into fashion
sobrevivir, superarContinue in existence after (an adversity, etc.)
Contrarioacudir, ir, partirMove away from a place into another direction
Ingléscome, come up
Catalánacostar-se, apropar-se, arribar, derivar, provenir, resultar, venir
Nombresacercamiento, aproximación, planteamientoThe act of drawing spatially closer to something
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 9, change
SentidoCome to pass; arrive, as in due course.
Sinónimosllegar, provenir, resultar, suceder, venir
Específicoasentarse, caer, descenderCome as if by falling
Generalacaecer, acontecer, llegar a ocurrir, llegar a pasar, ocurrir, pasar, sobrevenir, suceder, tener lugarCome to pass
Ingléscome
Catalánderivar, provenir, resultar, venir
NombresproximidadThe temporal property of becoming nearer in time
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 10, cognition
Sentidoderive by reason.
Sinónimosobtener, suscitar
CategoríalógicaA system of reasoning
Generaldeducir, derivar, descontar, desgravar, inferir, provenirreason by deduction
Ingléselicit
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 11, stative
Sentidooriginate or come into being.
Sinónimosaparecer, despertar, emerger, surgir
Generalhacerse, llegar a serCome into existence
Inglésarise, come up, bob up
Catalánderivar, sobrevenir, sorgir
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 12, stative
SentidoExist or occur in a certain point in a series.
Sinónimosprovenir, resultar, venir
Generalestar, haberOccupy a certain position or area
Similarresultar, seguirse, venirTo be the product / product or result
Ingléscome
Catalánderivar, provenir, resultar, venir
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 13, stative
Sentidocome forth.
Sinónimosbrotar, provenir, resultar, surgir
Inglésissue forth, come
Catalánbrollar, derivar, provenir, resultar, sorgir
Español > derivar: 14 sentidos > verbo 14, stative
SentidoBe the result of.
Sinónimoresultar
Generalderivar, resultar, seguirse, seguir, sucederIssue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.)
Tambiénalimentar, correr, crecer, fluir, manarMove along, of liquids / liquids
Inglésbe due, flow from
Catalánresultar

©2001-18 · HyperDic hyper-dictionary · Contact

English | Spanish | Catalan
Privacy | Robots

Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict