HyperDic: guardia

Español > 12 sentidos de la palabra guardia:
NOMBREgroupguardia, agentes, fuerzas del orden, fuerzas policiales, policia, policíathe force of policemen and officers
person guardia, agente de policía, agente, oficial, paco, policial, policíaa member of a police force
actguardia, guarda, protecciónthe activity of protecting someone or something
person guardia, apoderado, defensor, guardián, protector, tutor, valedora person who cares for persons or property
person guardia, centinela, guarda, sentinel, vigilantea person employed to keep watch for some anticipated event
person guardia, guardaa person who keeps watch over something or someone
person guardia, celador, guarda de seguridad, guarda, guardián, sereno, velador, vigilantea guard who keeps watch
groupguardia, escolta, guardaespaldasa group of men who escort and protect some important person
groupguardia, defensaan organization of defenders that provides resistance against attack
timeguardiaa period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty
attributeguardiaa posture of defence in boxing or fencing
timeguardiathe period during which someone (especially a guard) is on duty
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 1, group
SentidoThe force of policemen and officers.
Sinónimosagentes, fuerzas del orden, fuerzas policiales, policia, policía
Miembrosagente de policía, agente, guardia, oficial, paco, policial, policíaA member of a police force
EspecíficoPolicía Montada del Candá, Royal Canadian Mounted PoliceThe federal police force of Canada
destacamento, posse comitatusA temporary police force
gendarmería, gendarmerieFrench police force
policía secreta, secretaA police force that operates in secrecy (usually against persons suspected of treason or sedition)
scotland yard, Scotland YardThe detective department of the metropolitan police force of London
Generaldotación, personal, plantillagroup of people willing / willing to obey orders
Ingléspolice, police force, constabulary, law
Catalánagents, forces de l'ordre, forces de l'ordre públic, forces policials, policia
Verboscontrolar, patrullarMaintain the security of by carrying out a patrol
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 2, person
SentidoA member of a police force.
Sinónimosagente de policía, agente, oficial, paco, policial, policía
Miembro deagentes, fuerzas del orden, fuerzas policiales, guardia, policia, policíaThe force of policemen and officers
Específicoagente, municipal, policía femenino, policíaA woman policeman
bobbyAn informal term for a British policeman
bofia, gris, guili, guindilla, guripa, madero, marrón, pasma, pitufo, policía, poli, polizonte, romano, tira, tombouncomplimentary terms for a policeman
capitán de policía, capitán, jefe de policíaA policeman in charge of a precinct
condestableA police officer of the lowest rank
detective de policía, detective, detective privado, investigador, tecA police officer who investigates crimes
gendarmeA French policeman
inspectora, inspector de policía, inspectorA high ranking police officer
policía de tráficoA policeman who controls the flow of automobile traffic
policía montadoA mounted policeman
policía montadoA state police officer
policía montadocolloquial term for a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
policía motorizadoA policeman who rides a motorcycle (and who checks the speeds of motorists)
Ingléspoliceman, police officer, officer
Catalánagent de policia, agent, guàrdia, oficial, policia
Verboscapitaneardirect or command as an officer
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 3, act
SentidoThe activity of protecting someone or something.
Sinónimosguarda, protección
Específicoacompañamiento, escoltaThe act of accompanying someone or something in order to protect them
aislamientoThe act of protecting something by surrounding it with material that reduces or prevents the transmission of sound or heat or electricity
atención, cuidado, custodia, esmero, tutelaAttention and management implying responsibility for safety
autodefensa, autoprotección, defensa personal, defensa propiaThe act of defending yourself
cierre, encierroThe act of locking something up to protect it
defender, defensaprotection from harm
defensaThe act of defending someone or something against attack or injury
defensa civilActivities organized by civilians for their own protection in time of war or disaster
impermeabilización, selladoThe act of treating something to make it repel water
inmunizaciónThe act of making immune (especially by inoculation)
mimo excesivo, sobreprotecciónexcessive protection
patrullajeThe activity of going around or through an area at regular intervals for security purposes
preservaciónThe activity of protecting something from loss or danger
GeneralactividadAny specific behavior
Inglésprotection
Catalánguàrdia, protecció
Verbosamparar, defender, guarecer, preservar, proteger, resguardarshield from danger, injury, destruction, or damage / damage
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 4, person
SentidoA person who cares for persons or property.
Sinónimosapoderado, defensor, guardián, protector, tutor, valedor
Específicoacompañanta, carabina, chaperón, dama de compañía, dueña, escopetaOne who accompanies and supervises a young woman or gatherings of young people
adoptador, adoptanteA person who acts as parent and guardian for a child in place of the child's natural parents but without legally adopting the child
bombera, bomberoA member of a fire department who tries to extinguish fires
custodio, guarda, tutorOne having charge of buildings or grounds or animals
escolta, guardaespaldassomeone who escorts and protects a prominent person
guarda, guardiaA person who keeps watch over something or someone
héroe, luchador, paladín, paladinosomeone who fights / fights for a cause
monitora, monitorsomeone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoided
patrona, patrón, patrono, santa patrona, santo patronoA saint who is considered to be a defender of some group or nation
tribuno(ancient Rome) an official elected by the plebeians to protect their interests
Generalpreservadorsomeone who keeps safe from harm or danger
Inglésdefender, guardian, protector, shielder
Cataláncustodi, defensor, guardià, protector, tutor, valedor
Nombresatención, cuidado, custodia, esmero, tutelaAttention and management implying responsibility for safety
buenas manos, cuidado, custodia, guarda, responsabilidad, tutelaThe responsibility of a guardian or keeper
protectoradoThe position of protector
Verbosabogar, acaudillar, defenderprotect or fight for as a champion
amparar, defender, guarecer, preservar, proteger, resguardarshield from danger, injury, destruction, or damage / damage
apoyar, defender, respaldarargue or speak in defense / defense of
custodiar, defenderprotect against a challenge or attack / attack / attack
escudar, protegerprotect, hide, or conceal from danger or harm
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 5, person
SentidoA person employed to keep watch for some anticipated event.
Sinónimoscentinela, guarda, sentinel, vigilante
Generalcelador, guarda de seguridad, guarda, guardia, guardián, sereno, velador, vigilanteA guard who keeps watch
Ingléslookout, lookout man, sentinel, sentry, watch, spotter, scout, picket
Catalánguàrdia, sentinella, vigilant
Verbosacechar, discernir, espiar, verCatch sight of
mirar, tener cuidado, vigilarBe vigilant, be on the lookout or be careful
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 6, person
SentidoA person who keeps watch over something or someone.
Sinónimoguarda
EspecíficoalabarderoA guard who carries a halberd (as a symbol of his duty)
bouncer, gorila, porteroA person whose duty is to throw troublemakers out of a bar or public meeting
celador, guarda de seguridad, guarda, guardia, guardián, sereno, velador, vigilanteA guard who keeps watch
conserje, guardabarrera, ostiario, porterosomeone who guards / guards an entrance
guardia aeroportuarioA guard at an airport who checks passengers or their luggage at a security checkpoint
Generalapoderado, defensor, guardia, guardián, protector, tutor, valedorA person who cares for persons or property
Inglésguard
Catalánguarda
Verboscustodiar, guardar, proteger, resguardarTo keep watch over
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 7, person
SentidoA guard who keeps watch.
Sinónimoscelador, guarda de seguridad, guarda, guardián, sereno, velador, vigilante
Miembro defuerzas de seguridadA privately employed group hired to protect the security of a business or industry
Específicocentinela, guarda, guardia, sentinel, vigilanteA person employed to keep watch for some anticipated event
guardia de banco, guardia de seguridadA security guard at a bank
guardia del muelleA watchman on a wharf
patrullerosomeone on patrol / patrol duty
sereno, vigilante nocturnoA watchman who works during the night
Generalguarda, guardiaA person who keeps watch over something or someone
Ingléswatchman, watcher, security guard
Catalánguaita, sereno, vigilant
Verbosmirar, tener cuidado, vigilarBe vigilant, be on the lookout or be careful
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 8, group
SentidoA group of men who escort and protect some important person.
Sinónimosescolta, guardaespaldas
Part deacompañamiento, comitiva, cortejo, séquitoThe group following and attending to some important person
Específicoguardia pretorianaThe elite bodyguard of a Roman Emperor in ancient Rome
GeneraldestacamentoA small unit of troops of special composition
Inglésbodyguard
Catalánescorta, guardaespatlles, guàrdia
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 9, group
SentidoAn organization of defenders that provides resistance against attack.
Sinónimodefensa
EspecíficobastiónA group that defends a principle
GeneralorganizaciónA group of people who work together
Inglésdefense, defence, defense force, defence force
Catalándefensa, guàrdia
Verboscustodiar, defenderprotect against a challenge or attack / attack / attack
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 10, time
SentidoA period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty.
Ingléswatch
Catalánguàrdia
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 11, attribute
SentidoA posture of defence in boxing or fencing.
Generalactitud, ademán, posición, posturaThe arrangement of the body and its limbs
Inglésguard
Español > guardia: 12 sentidos > nombre 12, time
SentidoThe period during which someone (especially a guard) is on duty.
Generaletapa, periodo, períodoAn amount of time
Ingléswatch
Catalánguarda, polsera

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