HyperDic: impeler

Español > 7 sentidos de la palabra impeler:
VERBOcontactimpeler, impulsar, propulsarcause to move forward with force
motionimpeler, impulsar, lanzar, propulsarpush forcefully
motionimpeler, embestir, empujar, propulsarmake a thrusting forward movement
creationimpeler, impulsarurge or force (a person) to an action
motionimpeler, empellar, empujarcome into rough contact with while moving
contactimpeler, dar empujones, empellar, empujarpush roughly
stativeimpeler, empujar, propulsarpush upward
Español > impeler: 7 sentidos > verbo 1, contact
SentidoCause to move forward with force.
Sinónimosimpulsar, propulsar
Específicoarrojar, lanzar, tirarPropel through the air
arrojar, lanzarMove with a flick or light motion
catapultarShoot forth or launch, as if from a catapult
chutar, pegarCause to move by striking
chutarDrive or propel with the foot
disparar, subir vertiginosamentepropel with a rocket
elevar, impulsarpropel through the air
empujar con pértiga, navegar con pértigapropel with a pole
lanzarpropel with force
llevarpropel or give impetus to
propulsarPush, propel, or press with force
proyectarThrow, send, or cast forward
Generaldesplazar, mover, trasladarCause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
Ingléspropel, impel
Catalánimpel·lir, impulsar, propulsar
Adjetivopropulsortending to or capable of propelling
Nombreshélice, propulsorA mechanical device that rotates to push against air or water
impulsor, rodete, rueda, turbinaThe blade of a rotor (as in the compressor of a jet engine)
propelente, propulsorAny substance that propels
propulsiónThe act of propelling
ímpetu, impulsión, impulsoThe act of applying force suddenly
Español > impeler: 7 sentidos > verbo 2, motion
SentidoPush forcefully.
Sinónimosimpulsar, lanzar, propulsar
Específicoaguijonear, apuñalar, atropellar, golpear, hincar, picar, pincharpoke or thrust abruptly
apisonar, aporrearstrike / strike or drive against with a heavy impact
apuñalar, pincharstab or pierce
dirigir, forzarForce into or from an action or state, either physically or metaphorically
echarse al hombroPush with the shoulders
Generalapretar, empujarMove with force, "He pushed the table into a corner"
TambiénirrumpirPush one's way
Inglésthrust
Catalánenvestir, impel·lir, propel·lir, propulsar
Español > impeler: 7 sentidos > verbo 3, motion
Sentidomake a thrusting forward movement.
Sinónimosembestir, empujar, propulsar
Específicolanzarse, precipitarseMove with sudden speed
Generalmoverse, mover, trasladarMove so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion
Ingléslunge, hurl, hurtle, thrust
Catalánempentar, empènyer, envestir, impel·lir, propel·lir, propulsar
Nombresarremetida, embestida, estocadaThe act of moving forward suddenly
codazo, empuje, empujón, golpe, hurgonadaA sharp hand gesture (resembling a blow)
cuchillada, cuchillazo, navajazo, puñalada, tajoA strong blow with a knife or other sharp pointed instrument
empuje, fuerza, impulsoThe act of applying force to propel something
impulsor, propulsorOne who intrudes or pushes himself forward
Español > impeler: 7 sentidos > verbo 4, creation
Sentidourge or force (a person) to an action; constrain or motivate.
Sinónimoimpulsar
Generalcausar, hacer, ocasionar, producir, provocargive rise to
Inglésimpel, force
Catalánimpulsar
Adjetivoimpulsivo, impulsorHaving the power of driving or impelling
NombresfuerzaA powerful effect or influence
impulsiónA force that moves something along
Español > impeler: 7 sentidos > verbo 5, motion
SentidoCome into rough contact with while moving.
Sinónimosempellar, empujar
Generalapretar, empujarMove with force, "He pushed the table into a corner"
Inglésjostle, shove
Catalánempentar, empentejar, empènyer, impel·lir
Nombresel que empuja, empujadorsomeone who pushes
empellón, empujónThe act of shoving (giving a push to someone or something)
porrazo, trompazoThe act of jostling (forcing your way by pushing)
Español > impeler: 7 sentidos > verbo 6, contact
SentidoPush roughly.
Sinónimosdar empujones, empellar, empujar
Generalapretar, empujarMove with force, "He pushed the table into a corner"
Inglésshove
Catalánempentar, empentejar, empènyer, impel·lir
Nombresel que empuja, empujadorsomeone who pushes
empellón, empujónThe act of shoving (giving a push to someone or something)
Español > impeler: 7 sentidos > verbo 7, stative
SentidoPush upward.
Sinónimosempujar, propulsar
Generalexceler, protruir, proyectarse, proyectar, sobresalirExtend out or project in space
SimilarpropulsarForce (molten rock) into pre-existing rock
Inglésthrust, push up
Catalánempentar, empènyer, envestir, impel·lir, propel·lir, propulsar
NombresempujeThe force used in pushing

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