HyperDic: precipitar

Español > 6 sentidos de la palabra precipitar:
VERBOweatherprecipitar, bajar, caerfall from clouds
weatherprecipitar, lloverprecipitate as rain
motionprecipitar, apresurarse, correr, darse prisa, lanzarse, precipitarsemove fast
changeprecipitarseparate as a fine suspension of solid particles
creationprecipitarbring about abruptly
motionprecipitarcause to move fast or to rush / rush or race
Español > precipitar: 6 sentidos > verbo 1, weather
Sentidofall from clouds.
Sinónimosbajar, caer
Implicacondensarse, condensarUndergo condensation
Específicoazotar, chispearcome down like raindrops
caer aguas lluvia, cellisquearprecipitate as a mixture of rain and snow
granizarprecipitate as small ice particles
llover, precipitarprecipitate as rain
nevarfall as snow
Similarcaerse, caerdescend in free fall under the influence of gravity
Inglésprecipitate, come down, fall
Cataláncaure
NombresprecipitaciónThe falling to earth of any form of water (rain or snow or hail or sleet or mist)
Español > precipitar: 6 sentidos > verbo 2, weather
Sentidoprecipitate as rain.
Sinónimollover
Específicocaer un chaparrón, diluviar, llover profusamenterain abundantly
chispear, escupir, lloviznar, rociar, salpicarrain gently
diluviar, llover a cántarosrain heavily
garuar, lloviznarrain lightly / lightly
Generalbajar, caer, precipitarfall from clouds
Inglésrain, rain down
Catalánploure, pluja
Nombresagua de lluvia, agua, lluviaDrops of fresh water that fall as precipitation from clouds
aguacero, lluvia, precipitaciónwater falling in drops from vapor condensed in the atmosphere
Español > precipitar: 6 sentidos > verbo 3, motion
SentidoMove fast.
Sinónimosapresurarse, correr, darse prisa, lanzarse, precipitarse
Implicado pordesbandarse, salir en estampidarun away in a stampede / stampede
Específicoarrancar, arremeter, cargar, despedir, disparar, sacudirseMove quickly and violently
disparar, echarseRun or move very quickly or hastily
irrumpirPush one's way
Generalacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Tambiénacelerar, activar, agilizar, aligerar, apresurarMove faster
ContrariodemorarseTake one's time
Inglésrush, hotfoot, hasten, hie, speed, race, pelt along, rush along, cannonball along, bucket along, belt along, step on it
Catalánafanyar-se, apressar, cuitar, llençar-se, precipitar-se, precipitar
Nombresaceleración, acelerar, darse prisachanging location rapidly
apresuración, apresuramiento, ímpetu, precipitación, prisa, tropel, urgenciaThe act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner
rapidez, velocidadA rate (usually rapid) at which something happens
velocidaddistance travelled per unit time
Español > precipitar: 6 sentidos > verbo 4, change
Sentidoseparate as a fine suspension of solid particles.
Generalconvertirse, girar, rotar, transformarseUndergo a transformation or a change of position or action
Inglésprecipitate
Catalánprecipitar
NombresprecipitaciónThe process of forming a chemical precipitate
precipitadoA precipitated solid substance in suspension or after settling or filtering
precipitanteAn agent that causes a precipitate to form
Español > precipitar: 6 sentidos > verbo 5, creation
Sentidobring about abruptly.
Generalcausar, efectuar, ocasionar, producirproduce
Inglésprecipitate
Catalánprecipitar
Adjetivoprecipitadodone with very great haste and without due deliberation
NombresprecipitaciónAn unexpected acceleration or hastening
Español > precipitar: 6 sentidos > verbo 6, motion
SentidoCause to move fast or to rush / rush or race.
Generaldesplazar, mover, trasladarCause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
Inglésrace, rush
Catalánprecipitar
Nombresapresuración, apresuramiento, ímpetu, precipitación, prisa, tropel, urgenciaThe act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner
corredor, race driversomeone who drives racing cars at high speeds

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