HyperDic: mandar

Español > 15 sentidos de la palabra mandar:
VERBOmotionmandar, despachar, embarcar, enviar, expedir, transportartransport commercially
socialmandar, dictaminar, gobernar, regirexercise authority over
socialmandar, comandar, controlar, dominarexercise authoritative control or power over
communicationmandar, comandarbe in command of
communicationmandar, echar, enviar, expedir, remitircause to be directed or transmitted to another place
motionmandar, despachar, echar, enviar, expedir, transmitircause to go somewhere
contactmandar, cursar, despachar, enviar, expedir, remitir, transmitirto cause or order to be taken, directed, or transmitted to another place
communicationmandar, dictar, ordenar, prescribir, recetarissue commands or orders for
communicationmandar, comandar, ordenar, requerirmake someone do something
communicationmandar, decir, declarar, encargar, imponer, indicar, ordenar, sentenciargive instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority
communicationmandar, ordenarcommand with authority
stativemandar, controlar, dominarbe in control
socialmandar, imponerrule as a dictator
communicationmandarinstruct or command with authority
communicationmandar, despachar, enviar, expedir, llevarse, remitirtransfer
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 1, motion
Sentidotransport commercially.
Sinónimosdespachar, embarcar, enviar, expedir, transportar
Específicodespachar, enviar fuera, enviar, remitirSend away towards a designated goal
navegar, transportar en barcazatransport by barge on a body of water
reenviarSend or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit
Generaldesplazar, mover, trasladarCause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
Tambiéndespachar, enviar fuera, enviar, remitirSend away towards a designated goal
reenviarSend or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit
Ingléstransport, send, ship
Catalánembarcar, enviar, expedir, trametre, transportar
Nombrescarga de pago, cargamento, carga, carguío, envío, flete, partida, remesaGoods carried by a large vehicle
despacho, envio, envío, expediciónThe act of sending off something
embarque, transporteThe commercial enterprise of moving goods and materials
exportador, fletadorsomeone who ships goods
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 2, social
SentidoExercise authority over; as of nations.
Sinónimosdictaminar, gobernar, regir
EspecíficoentronarSit on the throne as a ruler
imponer, mandarRule as a dictator
reinarHave sovereign power
Generalcomandar, controlar, dominar, mandarExercise authoritative control or power over
Inglésgovern, rule
Catalándictaminar, governar, regir
Nombresadministración, gobernabilidad, gobiernoThe act of governing
autoridad, gobierno, régimenThe organization that is the governing authority of a political unit
autoridad, dominiodominance or power through legal authority
gobernador, gobernante, soberanoA person who rules or commands
gobernadora, gobernadorThe head of a state government
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 3, social
SentidoExercise authoritative control or power over.
Sinónimoscomandar, controlar, dominar
Específicoabordar, administrar, encarar, gestionar, guiar, manejar, ocuparse, ocupar, regentar, tramitar, tratarBe in charge of, act on, or dispose of
apuntar, canalizar, dirigir, encaminar, guiar, indicar, liderar, maniobrardirect the course
conducirse, dirigirsedirect (oneself) somewhere
defenderseMaintain one's position and be in control of a situation
dictaminar, gobernar, mandar, regirExercise authority over
dictar, regirdirect or strongly influence the behavior of
dominarHave dominance or the power to defeat over
dominarBe master
encantarControl by magic spells, as by practicing witchcraft
inquietar, preocuparEngage or engross the interest or attention of beforehand or occupy urgently or obsessively
internacionalizarput under international control
monopolizarHave and control fully and exclusively
presidiract as president
refrenarControl and direct with or as if by reins
reglamentarsubject to rigid discipline / discipline, order, and systematization
Ingléscontrol, command
Cataláncomandar, controlar, dominar, manar
Nombrescomandante, oficial al mandoAn officer in command of a military unit
comandanteA commissioned naval officer who ranks above a lieutenant commander and below a captain
comandantesomeone in an official position of authority who can command or control others
comandanteAn officer in the airforce
controlPower to direct or determine
dominioThe power or authority to command
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 4, communication
SentidoBe in command of.
Sinónimocomandar
Específicocapitaneardirect or command as an officer
GeneraldominarHave dominance or the power to defeat over
Ingléscommand
Cataláncomandar, manar
Nombrescomandante, oficial al mandoAn officer in command of a military unit
comandanteA commissioned naval officer who ranks above a lieutenant commander and below a captain
comandantesomeone in an official position of authority who can command or control others
comandanteAn officer in the airforce
dominioThe power or authority to command
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 5, communication
SentidoCause to be directed or transmitted to another place.
Sinónimosechar, enviar, expedir, remitir
Implicado porcorreo electrónico, enviar, unCommunicate electronically on the computer
EspecíficocertificarSend by registered mail
Generaltransbordar, transferir, transmitirMove from one place to another
Inglésmail, post, send
Catalánenviar, expedir, llançar, remetre, tirar, trametre
Nombrescorreo, furgón de correos, mailA conveyance that transports / transports the letters and packages that are conveyed by the postal system
correo, correo postal, servicio postalThe system whereby messages are transmitted via the post office
envíoThe act of causing something to go (especially messages)
estampilla, franqueo, porte, sello de correos, sello, timbreA small adhesive token stuck on a letter or package to indicate that that postal fees have been paid
remitente, transmisorsomeone who transmits a message
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 6, motion
SentidoCause to go somewhere.
Sinónimosdespachar, echar, enviar, expedir, transmitir
EspecíficoencaminarSend via a specific route
proyectarput or send forth
redireccionar, redirigirchannel into a new direction
referir, remitirSend or direct for treatment, information, or a decision
Generaldesplazar, mover, trasladarCause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
Tambiéndar aviso, dejar cesante, despachar, despedir, destituir, echar, exonerar, finiquitar, poderTerminate the employment of
echar, largarstop associating with
Ingléssend, direct
Catalándespatxar, enviar, expedir, llançar, remetre, trametre
NombresenvíoThe act of causing something to go (especially messages)
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 7, contact
SentidoTo cause or order to be taken, directed, or transmitted to another place.
Sinónimoscursar, despachar, enviar, expedir, remitir, transmitir
EspecíficoenviarSend via the postal service
enviarmail in
enviar por correo, enviar por correspondenciatransmit by mail
Generalcanalizar, conducir, encauzar, transferir, transmitir, transportarSend from one person or place to another
Tambiénremitirrefer (a matter or legal case) to another committee or authority or court for decision
Ingléssend, send out
Catalándespatxar, enviar, expedir, llançar, remetre, tirar, trametre
NombresenvíoThe act of causing something to go (especially messages)
remitente, transmisorsomeone who transmits a message
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 8, communication
Sentidoissue commands or orders for.
Sinónimosdictar, ordenar, prescribir, recetar
Específicoimponermake mandatory
Generalcargar, imponer, infligir, inflingirimpose something unpleasant
Inglésorder, prescribe, dictate
Catalándictar, manar, prescriure, receptar
Adjetivonormativo, prescriptivopertaining to giving directives or rules
Nombresacto, auto, decreto, decretos, edicto, orden, sentenciaA legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge)
autoritario, déspota, dictadora, dictador, tiranoA person who behaves in a tyrannical manner
dictadoA guiding principle
dictado, ordenAn authoritative direction or instruction to do something
mandato, orden(often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed
mandatoAn authoritative rule
prescripciónDirections prescribed beforehand
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 9, communication
Sentidomake someone do something.
Sinónimoscomandar, ordenar, requerir
Específicocargar, encargar, silla de montarimpose a task upon, assign a responsibility to
desaprobar, impedir, negar, prohibir, proscribir, rechazar, vetarcommand against
requerir, requisarmake a formal request for official services
Generaldecir, declarar, encargar, imponer, indicar, mandar, ordenar, sentenciarGive instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority
Ingléscommand, require
Cataláncomandar, requerir
Nombresdictado, ordenAn authoritative direction or instruction to do something
mandamientoSomething that is commanded
requisaThe act of requiring
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 10, communication
SentidoGive instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority.
Sinónimosdecir, declarar, encargar, imponer, indicar, ordenar, sentenciar
Específicoavisar, echarask to go away
comandar, mandar, ordenar, requerirmake someone do something
instruirGive instructions or directions for some task
mandar, ordenarcommand with authority
requerirOrder, request, or command to come
Generalpedir, rogarask (a person) to do something
Inglésorder, tell, enjoin, say
Catalándeclarar, manar, ordenar, sentenciar
Nombresacto, auto, decreto, decretos, edicto, orden, sentenciaA legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge)
injunción, interdicto, intimación, mandato, requerimientoA formal command or admonition
mandato, orden(often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 11, communication
Sentidocommand with authority.
Sinónimoordenar
Generaldecir, declarar, encargar, imponer, indicar, mandar, ordenar, sentenciarGive instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority
Inglésdirect
Nombresdirectiva, directrizA pronouncement encouraging or banning some activity
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 12, stative
SentidoBe in control.
Sinónimoscontrolar, dominar
EspecíficoposeerEnter into and control, as of emotions or ideas
superarOvercome
Generalinfluenciar, influirHave and exert influence or effect
Inglésdominate
Cataláncontrolar, dominar, manar
AdjetivodominanteExercising influence or control
Nombresascendiente, control, dominación, dominio, sometimiento, sumisiónThe state that exists when one person or group has power over another
autoridad, dominiodominance or power through legal authority
dominaciónsocial control by dominating
dominio, supremacíaPower to dominate or defeat
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 13, social
SentidoRule as a dictator.
Sinónimoimponer
EspecíficotiranizarRule a country as a tyrant
Generaldictaminar, gobernar, mandar, regirExercise authority over
Inglésdictate
Nombresautócrata, déspota, dictador, líder, potentado, tirana, tiranoA ruler who is unconstrained by law
dictado, ordenAn authoritative direction or instruction to do something
mandatoAn authoritative rule
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 14, communication
Sentidoinstruct or command with authority.
GeneralinstruirGive instructions or directions for some task
Ingléscharge
Nombresencargo, encomienda, misiónA special assignment that is given to a person or group
Español > mandar: 15 sentidos > verbo 15, communication
Sentidotransfer.
Sinónimosdespachar, enviar, expedir, llevarse, remitir
Generaltransbordar, transferir, transmitirMove from one place to another
Ingléssend, get off, send off
Catalándespatxar, enviar, expedir, remetre, trametre
Nombresbon voyage, buen viajeAn organized expression of goodwill at the start of a trip or new venture
envíoThe act of causing something to go (especially messages)

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