HyperDic: escalar

Español > 12 sentidos de la palabra escalar:
ADJETIVOpertescalarof or relating to a directionless magnitude (such as mass or speed etc.) that is completely specified by its magnitude
pertescalarof or relating to a musical scale
NOMBREcognitionescalara variable quantity that cannot be resolved into components
VERBOmotionescalar, ascender, montar, subir, trepargo upward with gradual or continuous progress
motionescalarmove with difficulty, by grasping
changeescalar, subirgo up or advance
changeescalar, intensificarse, intensificarincrease in extent or intensity
motionescalarreach the highest point / point of
motionescalarclimb mountains for pleasure as a sport
possessionescalartake by attacking with scaling ladders
changeescalar, ascender, subirrise in rank or status
motionescalarclimb up by means of a ladder
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > adjetivo 1, pert
SentidoOf or relating to a directionless magnitude (such as mass or speed etc.) that is completely specified by its magnitude.
Inglésscalar
Catalánescalar
Nombrescognation, escalarelative magnitude
escalarA variable quantity that cannot be resolved into components
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > adjetivo 2, pert
SentidoOf or relating to a musical scale.
Inglésscalar
Nombresescala musical, escala, gama(music) a series of notes differing in pitch according to a specific scheme (usually within an octave)
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > nombre 1, cognition
SentidoA variable quantity that cannot be resolved into components.
GeneralvariableA quantity that can assume any of a set of values
Inglésscalar
Catalánescalar
AdjetivoescalarOf or relating to a directionless magnitude (such as mass or speed etc.) that is completely specified by its magnitude
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > verbo 1, motion
Sentidogo upward with gradual or continuous progress.
Sinónimosascender, montar, subir, trepar
Específicoescalarclimb mountains for pleasure as a sport
escalarclimb up by means of a ladder
subirse, subirclimb up on the body
treparcreep up -- used especially of plants
Generalascender, elevarse, subirMove upward
Tambiénacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
apearseCome down
montarget up on the back of
Inglésclimb, climb up, mount, go up
Catalánelevar-se, enfilar-se, escalar, grimpar, muntar, pujar
Nombresalpinismo, escalada, montañismoAn event that involves rising to a higher point / point (as in altitude or temperature or intensity etc.)
ascenso, escalada, subida, trepada, trepaThe act of climbing something
ascenso, cuesta, subidaAn upward slope or grade (as in a road)
crampónAn iron spike attached to the shoe to prevent slipping on ice when walking or climbing
enredaderaA vine or climbing plant that readily grows up a support or over other plants
escalador, trepadorsomeone who climbs as a sport
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > verbo 2, motion
SentidoMove with difficulty, by grasping.
Específicoarrastrarse, chisporrotear, despellejar, encaramarse, luchar, trepar a gatas, treparclimb awkwardly, as if by scrambling
Generalmoverse, mover, trasladarMove so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion
Inglésclimb
Catalánescalar
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > verbo 3, change
Sentidogo up or advance.
Sinónimosubir
Específicoadelantar, anticipar, aumentar, ganarRise in rate or price / price
subirincrease / increase suddenly and significantly
Generalaumentar, crecer, elevar, incrementar, subirBecome bigger or greater in amount
ContrariodisminuirBecome smaller
Ingléswax, mount, climb, rise
Catalánescalar
Nombresalpinismo, escalada, montañismoAn event that involves rising to a higher point / point (as in altitude or temperature or intensity etc.)
ascenso, escalada, subida, trepada, trepaThe act of climbing something
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > verbo 4, change
Sentidoincrease in extent or intensity.
Sinónimosintensificarse, intensificar
Específicoredoblardouble in magnitude, extent, or intensity
Generalacrecentar, aumentar, elevar, incrementar, subirmake bigger or more
ContrariodesescalarReduce the level or intensity or size or scope of
Inglésescalate, intensify, step up
Catalánintensificar-se, intensificar
Nombresacrecentamiento, aumento, crecimiento, incremento, multiplicaciónThe act of increasing / increasing something
agravación, agravamiento, escalada, intensificación, subidaAn increase / increase / increase to counteract a perceived discrepancy
intensidadhigh level or degree
intensificaciónaction / action that makes something stronger or more extreme / extreme
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > verbo 5, motion
Sentidoreach the highest point / point of.
Generalalcanzar, arribar, contactar, ganar, llegar, lograr, obtener, pegarReach a destination / destination, either real or abstract
Inglésscale, surmount
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > verbo 6, motion
Sentidoclimb mountains for pleasure as a sport.
Categoríaatletismo, deporte, deportesAn active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
Generalascender, escalar, montar, subir, trepargo upward with gradual or continuous progress
Inglésmountaineer
Catalánescalar
Nombresalpinismo, montañismoThe activity of climbing a mountain
alpinista, montañerosomeone who climbs mountains
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > verbo 7, possession
SentidoTake by attacking with scaling ladders.
Generalapropiarse, coger, confiscar, copar, quitar, tomarTake by force
Inglésscale
Nombresescaladaascent by or as if by a ladder / ladder
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > verbo 8, change
SentidoRise in rank or status.
Sinónimosascender, subir
Generalalterar, cambiar, sufrir un cambio, transformar, variarUndergo a change
Inglésrise, jump, climb up
Catalánescalar, pujar
Nombresbrinco, giro, saltoAn abrupt transition
Español > escalar: 12 sentidos > verbo 9, motion
Sentidoclimb up by means of a ladder.
Generalascender, escalar, montar, subir, trepargo upward with gradual or continuous progress
Inglésscale
Nombresescaladaascent by or as if by a ladder / ladder

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