HyperDic: instaurar

Español > 5 sentidos de la palabra instaurar:
VERBOsocialinstaurar, establecer, fundar, implantar, instituir, lanzarset up or found
cognitioninstaurar, comprobar, demostrar, establecer, evidenciar, implantar, instituir, mostrar, presentar, probar, revelarestablish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment / experiment
socialinstaurar, rehabilitar, restablecer, restaurar, restituirbring back into original existence, use, function, or position
creationinstaurar, constituir, encontrar, establecer, fundar, implantar, instituir, integrar, plantarset up or lay the groundwork for
cognitioninstaurar, basar, establecer, fundamentar, fundar, implantar, instituir, sustentaruse as a basis for
Español > instaurar: 5 sentidos > verbo 1, social
SentidoSet up or found.
Sinónimosestablecer, fundar, implantar, instituir, lanzar
Generalabrir, encender, poner en funcionamientostart to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning
Contrarioabolir, abrogar, derogar, eliminar, suprimirDo away with
Inglésestablish, set up, found, launch
Catalánestablir, fundar, implantar, instaurar, instituir
Nombresconstitución, establecimiento, formación, fundaciónThe act of forming or establishing something
creación, fundación, iniciación, inicio, instauración, institución, introducciónThe act of starting something for the first time
fundaciónAn institution supported by an endowment
fundadora, fundador, padreA person who founds or establishes some institution
Español > instaurar: 5 sentidos > verbo 2, cognition
SentidoEstablish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment / experiment.
Sinónimoscomprobar, demostrar, establecer, evidenciar, implantar, instituir, mostrar, presentar, probar, revelar
Específicocontradecirprove negative
dejar por inútilprove to be of unsound mind or demonstrate someone's incompetence
demostrar, probarprove formally
probarseshow one's ability or courage
Generalcomprobar, confirmar, constatar, corroborar, ratificar, reafirmar, revalidar, sustanciarEstablish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts
Contrariorefutarprove to be false
Inglésprove, demonstrate, establish, show, shew
Catalándemostrar, establir, evidenciar, implantar, instaurar, instituir, mostrar, presentar, provar, revelar
Adjetivodemostrativo, ilustrativoServing to demonstrate
Español > instaurar: 5 sentidos > verbo 3, social
Sentidobring back into original existence, use, function, or position.
Sinónimosrehabilitar, restablecer, restaurar, restituir
Generalalterar, cambiar, modificar, mudar, retocar, transformar, variarCause to change
Inglésrestore, reinstate, reestablish
Catalánrehabilitar, restablir, restaurar, restituir
NombresreintegraciónThe condition of being reinstated
Español > instaurar: 5 sentidos > verbo 4, creation
SentidoSet up or lay the groundwork for.
Sinónimosconstituir, encontrar, establecer, fundar, implantar, instituir, integrar, plantar
Específicoconcertar, fijarSet or place definitely
designar, nombrar, nominarcreate and charge with a task or function
Generaldar inicio, incoar, iniciar, innovar, originarTake the lead or initiative in
Inglésestablish, found, plant, constitute, institute
Catalánconstituir, fundar, implantar, instaurar, instituir, integrar, plantar
Nombresconstitución, establecimiento, formación, fundaciónThe act of forming or establishing something
creación, fundación, iniciación, inicio, instauración, institución, introducciónThe act of starting something for the first time
fundadora, fundador, padreA person who founds or establishes some institution
Español > instaurar: 5 sentidos > verbo 5, cognition
SentidoUse as a basis for; found on.
Sinónimosbasar, establecer, fundamentar, fundar, implantar, instituir, sustentar
Específicoconstruirfound or ground
Inglésestablish, base, ground, found
Catalánbasar, establir, fonamentar, fundar, implantar, instaurar, instituir, sustentar
Nombresbase, fundamentoThe fundamental assumptions from which something is begun or developed or calculated / calculated or explained
causa, razónA rational motive for a belief or action
fundación, fundamentoThe basis on which something is grounded

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