HyperDic: seguir

Español > 37 sentidos de la palabra seguir:
VERBOmotionseguir, avanzar, continuar, proceder, proseguirmove ahead
stativeseguir, continuar, mantener, persistir, preservar, sustentarkeep or maintain in unaltered condition
socialseguir, sucederbe the successor (of)
changeseguir, ajustarse, guiarsebehave in accordance or in agreement with
motionseguir, perseguir, rastreargo after with the intent to catch
motionseguir, perseguirfollow in or as if in pursuit
socialseguir, acatar, acceder, cumplir, obedeceract in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes
stativeseguir, continuar, guardar, proseguircontinue a certain state, condition, or activity
stativeseguir, ampliar, continuar, cubrir, extenderse, prolongarspan an interval / interval of distance, space or time
communicationseguir, continuar, proseguircontinue talking / talking / talking
stativeseguir, derivar, resultar, seguirse, sucederissue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.)
possessionseguir, adoptar, tomarchoose and follow
motionseguir, deslizarse, esfumarse, pasar, transcurrir, trascurrirpass by
changeseguir, descansar, mantenerse, perdurar, permanecer, quedarse, quedar, reposar, restarstay the same
contactseguir, arrastrardrag loosely along a surface
stativeseguir, perdurar, permanecer, quedar, restarbe left
motionseguir, perseguirto travel behind, go after, come after
stativeseguir, hospedarse, perdurar, permanecer, persistir, quedarse, quedar, restarstay behind
stativeseguir, perdurar, permanecer, quedarse, quedar, restarcontinue in a place, position, or situation
changeseguir, continuarexist over a prolonged period of time
stativeseguir, continuarcontinue after an interruption / interruption
communicationseguirsing / sing or play against other voices or parts
motionseguirtravel along a certain course
socialseguir, conservar, continuar, durar, quedarseallow to remain in a place or position or maintain a property or feature
cognitionseguirgrasp the meaning / meaning
stativeseguir, continuardo something repeatedly and showing no intention to stop
socialseguir, serwork in a specific place, with a specific subject, or in a specific function
creationseguirmake tracks upon
changeseguir, estar al corriente, estar al día, estar al dìa, mantenerse al corriente, mantenerse al díakeep informed
stativeseguir, continuar, extendersecontinue uninterrupted
stativeseguircome after in time, as a result
changeseguir, adherirse a, continuar con, mantenerse fielkeep to
perceptionseguir, vigilarkeep under surveillance
stativeseguirto bring something about at a later time than
socialseguiradhere to or practice
stativeseguirbe next
stativeseguir, sucederbe later in time
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 1, motion
SentidoMove ahead; travel onward in time or space.
Sinónimosavanzar, continuar, proceder, proseguir
Específicocojearproceed slowly or with difficulty
deambularGo via an indirect route or at no set pace
dirigirseTo go or travel towards
Generalacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Similarcontinuar, mantener, persistir, preservar, seguir, sustentarKeep or maintain in unaltered condition
Inglésproceed, go forward, continue
Catalánavançar, continuar, procedir, prosseguir, seguir
Nombresadelantamiento, avance, evolución, progresión, progresoThe act of moving forward (as toward a goal)
continuaciónThe act of continuing an activity without interruption
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 2, stative
SentidoKeep or maintain in unaltered condition; cause to remain or last / last.
Sinónimoscontinuar, mantener, persistir, preservar, sustentar
Específicocurriculum vitae, proseguir, reanudar, reiniciar, retomartake up or begin anew
mantenerse, perdurar, perseverar, persistir, subsistirBe persistent, refuse to stop
perpetuarCause to continue or prevail
prolongar, sostenerlengthen or extend in duration or space
Generalconservar, mantener, sostenerKeep in a certain state, position, or activity
Contrarioacabar, cesar, dejar, descatalogar, descontinuar, discontinuar, parar, terminarput an end to a state or an activity
Similaravanzar, continuar, proceder, proseguir, seguirMove ahead
continuar, guardar, proseguir, seguirContinue a certain state, condition, or activity
Ingléscontinue, uphold, carry on, bear on, preserve
Cataláncontinuar, persistir, seguir
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 3, social
SentidoBe the successor (of).
Sinónimosuceder
Específicoreemplazar, substituir, suplantar, sustituirTake the place or move into the position of
ContrarioprecederBe the predecessor of
Ingléssucceed, come after, follow
Catalánseguir, succeir
Adjetivocontinuado, continuo, secuencial, sucesivoIn regular succession without gaps
Nombressecuencia, sucesiónThe action of following in order
secuencia cronológica, secuencia, serie, sucesiónA following of one thing / thing after another in time
sucesorA thing or person that immediately replaces something or someone
sucesorA person who follows next in order
sucesorA person who inherits some title or office
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 4, change
SentidoBehave in accordance or in agreement with.
Sinónimosajustarse, guiarse
Generalaparentar, copiar, imitar, remedarReproduce someone's behavior or looks
Inglésfollow, conform to
Catalánguiar-se, seguir
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 5, motion
Sentidogo after with the intent to catch.
Sinónimosperseguir, rastrear
Específicobuscarsearch the trail of (game)
cazar, seguir la huella, seguir la pistapursue or chase relentlessly
dar captura, dar caza, perseguir hasta capturarpursue until captured
enarbolarchase an animal up a tree
Generalperseguir, seguirFollow in or as if in pursuit
Tambiénahuyentar, alejar, desvanecerForce to go away
Ingléschase, chase after, trail, tail, tag, give chase, dog, go after, track
Catalánempaitar, perseguir, rastrejar, seguir la pista, seguir
Nombrescaza, persecución, perseguimiento, seguimientoThe act of pursuing in an effort to overtake or capture
perseguidorA person who is pursuing and trying to overtake or capture
pilla-pillaA game / game in which one child chases the others
pista, rastroevidence pointing to a possible solution
rastreadorsomeone who tracks down game
rastreoThe pursuit (of a person or animal) by following tracks or marks they left behind
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 6, motion
SentidoFollow in or as if in pursuit.
Sinónimoperseguir
EspecíficoacecharFollow stealthily or recur constantly and spontaneously to
perseguir, rastrear, seguirgo after with the intent to catch
Generalacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Similarseguir, vigilarKeep under surveillance
Ingléspursue, follow
Catalánempaitar, perseguir, seguir
Nombrescaza, persecución, perseguimiento, seguimientoThe act of pursuing in an effort to overtake or capture
perseguidorA person who is pursuing and trying to overtake or capture
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 7, social
SentidoAct in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes.
Sinónimosacatar, acceder, cumplir, obedecer
EspecíficocomplacerProvide a service or favor for someone
conformarobserve
Generalacatar, obedecerBe obedient to
Similaradherirse a, continuar con, mantenerse fiel, seguirKeep to
adoptar, seguir, tomarchoose and follow
Ingléscomply, follow, abide by
Cataláncomplir
Adjetivoobediente, sumisodisposed or willing to comply
Nombresconformación, conformidad, cumplimientoActing according to certain accepted standards
deferencia, respeto, sumisiónA disposition or tendency to yield to the will of others
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 8, stative
SentidoContinue a certain state, condition, or activity.
Sinónimoscontinuar, guardar, proseguir
Específicocontinuar, extenderse, seguirContinue uninterrupted
dejar correr, dejar pasar, proseguirContinue undisturbed and without interference
mantenerseRemain in a certain state, position, or condition
Generalactuar, hacer, llevar a cabo, obrarPerform an action, or work out or perform (an action)
Contrarioanular, interrumpir, suspenderCome to or be at an end
Similarcontinuar, mantener, persistir, preservar, seguir, sustentarKeep or maintain in unaltered condition
continuar, seguirContinue after an interruption / interruption
Ingléscontinue, go on, proceed, go along, keep
Cataláncontinuar, guardar, prosseguir, seguir
NombrescontinuaciónThe act of continuing an activity without interruption
dilatación, prolongaciónThe consequence of being lengthened in duration
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 9, stative
Sentidospan an interval / interval of distance, space or time.
Sinónimosampliar, continuar, cubrir, extenderse, prolongar
EspecíficoabarcarTo cover or extend over an area or time period
clavetear, constelar, esparcir, tachonarscatter or intersperse like dots or studs
desarrollarse, desparramarse, desplegarse, difundirse, esparcirse, propagarsespread across or over
solapar, traslaparExtend over and cover a part of
Generalestar, haberOccupy a certain position or area
Similarcubrirhold within range of an aimed firearm
Ingléscover, continue, extend
Catalánampliar, cobrir, continuar, estendre's, prolongar, seguir
Nombresalcance, extensiónThe distance or area or volume over which something extends
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 10, communication
SentidoContinue talking / talking / talking.
Sinónimoscontinuar, proseguir
EspecíficodivagarContinue talking / talking or writing in a desultory manner
Generaldialogar, hablarExchange thoughts
Tambiénacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Ingléscontinue, go on, carry on, proceed
Cataláncontinuar, prosseguir, seguir
NombrescontinuaciónThe act of continuing an activity without interruption
dilatación, prolongaciónThe consequence of being lengthened in duration
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 11, stative
SentidoIssue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.) ; end.
Sinónimosderivar, resultar, seguirse, suceder
Específicoconcluirse, deducirse, deriverseCome as a logical consequence
derivar, resultarBe the result of
seguirCome after in time, as a result
Generaldemostrar, probarBe shown or be found to be
Inglésresult, ensue
Catalánderivar, resultar, seguir, succeir
Adjetivoconcomitante, consecuente, consiguiente, resultanteFollowing or accompanying as a consequence
Nombresconsecuencia, resultadoSomething that results
consecuencia, efecto, resultadoA phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon
resultanteThe final / final point in a process
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 12, possession
Sentidochoose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans.
Sinónimosadoptar, tomar
Generalcoger, decantar, elegir, escoger, optar, seleccionar, tomar, triarpick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives
Similaracatar, acceder, cumplir, obedecer, seguirAct in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes
Inglésadopt, follow, espouse
Catalánadoptar, prendre
Nombresaceptación, adopciónThe act of accepting with approval
seguidoresA group of followers or enthusiasts
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 13, motion
Sentidopass by.
Sinónimosdeslizarse, esfumarse, pasar, transcurrir, trascurrir
Específicoderribar, desvanecerse, volarpass away rapidly
Generaladentrarse, anticipar, avanzarse, avanzar, internarseMove forward, also in the metaphorical sense
Tambiénacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
deslizarse, deslizar, planearMove smoothly and effortlessly
deslizarse, deslizar, escabullirseMove stealthily
deslizarseMove smoothly and easily
deslizarse, deslizar, resbalarse, resbalarTo pass or move unobtrusively or smoothly
Ingléselapse, lapse, pass, slip by, glide by, slip away, go by, slide by, go along
Catalánacabar, passar, transcórrer
NombreslapsoA break or intermission in the occurrence of something
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 14, change
SentidoStay the same; remain in a certain state.
Sinónimosdescansar, mantenerse, perdurar, permanecer, quedarse, quedar, reposar, restar
Específicoaguantar, conservarse, conservar, durar, guardarse, guardar, mantenerse fresco, mantenerse, quedarfail to spoil or rot
aguantar, estar de pieRemain inactive or immobile
estarTo remain unmolested, undisturbed, or uninterrupted -- used only in infinitive form
mantenerse unidos, permanecer juntos, quedarse juntosBe loyal to one another, especially in times of trouble
Generalestar, serHave the quality of being
Contrarioalterar, cambiar, sufrir un cambio, transformar, variarUndergo a change
Inglésstay, remain, rest
Catalándescansar, mantenir-se, perdurar, quedar-se, quedar, reposar, restar, romandre, seguir
Nombresestancia, interrupción, permanenciaContinuing or remaining in a place or state
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 15, contact
Sentidodrag loosely along a surface; allow to sweep the ground.
Sinónimoarrastrar
Generalarrastrar, tirarPull, as against a resistance
Ingléstrail, train
Nombrestrailer, tráilerA large transport conveyance designed to be pulled by a truck or tractor
tráilerA wheeled vehicle that can be pulled by a car or truck and is equipped for occupancy
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 16, stative
SentidoBe left; of persons, questions, problems, results, evidence, etc..
Sinónimosperdurar, permanecer, quedar, restar
Generalestar, serHave the quality of being
Inglésremain
Catalánperdurar, quedar, restar, seguir
Nombresdesperdicios, restos, sobrasA small part or portion that remains after the main part no longer exists
remanente, residuo, restante, resto, sobraSomething left after other parts have been taken away
resto, retal, retazoA piece of cloth that is left over after the rest has been used or sold
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 17, motion
SentidoTo travel behind, go after, come after.
Sinónimoperseguir
Implicado porllegar al nivel, recuperarsereach the point where one should be after a delay
Específicoconducir sin distancia de seguridad, ir a rebufoFollow at a dangerously close distance
quedarse atrás, retrasarsehang (back) or fall (behind) in movement, progress, development, etc.
Generalacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Contrarioanteceder, precederMove ahead / ahead (of others) in time or space
Inglésfollow
Catalánempaitar, perseguir, seguir
Nombrescaza, persecución, perseguimiento, seguimientoThe act of pursuing in an effort to overtake or capture
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 18, stative
SentidoStay behind.
Sinónimoshospedarse, perdurar, permanecer, persistir, quedarse, quedar, restar
EspecíficopermanecerRemain present although waning or gradually dying
permanecerendure
Ingléspersist, remain, stay
Catalánalbergar, allotjar, perdurar, persistir, quedar-se, quedar, restar, romandre, seguir
Adjetivoduradero, persistenteRetained
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 19, stative
SentidoContinue in a place, position, or situation.
Sinónimosperdurar, permanecer, quedarse, quedar, restar
Específicomorar, permanecer, quedarse, quedarDwell
Generalestar, serHave the quality of being
Inglésstay, stay on, continue, remain
Catalánperdurar, quedar-se, quedar, restar, romandre, seguir
Nombresdilatación, prolongaciónThe consequence of being lengthened in duration
estancia, interrupción, permanenciaContinuing or remaining in a place or state
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 20, change
SentidoExist over a prolonged period of time.
Sinónimocontinuar
Específicoampliar, prolongarContinue or extend
estar en vigor, estar vigenteBe in effect
imperar, perdurar, perseverar, persistir, prevalecerContinue to exist
Generalestar, serHave the quality of being
Ingléscontinue
Cataláncontinuar, seguir
Nombrescontinuación, continuidad, duración, permanencia, persistenciaThe period of time during which something continues
dilatación, prolongaciónThe consequence of being lengthened in duration
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 21, stative
SentidoContinue after an interruption / interruption.
Sinónimocontinuar
Generalactuar, hacer, llevar a cabo, obrarPerform an action, or work out or perform (an action)
Similarcontinuar, guardar, proseguir, seguirContinue a certain state, condition, or activity
Ingléscontinue
Cataláncontinuar, seguir
NombrescontinuaciónThe act of continuing an activity without interruption
dilatación, prolongaciónThe consequence of being lengthened in duration
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 22, communication
Sentidosing / sing or play against other voices or parts.
Generalejecutar, hacer, interpretar, llevar a cabo, practicarcarry out or perform an action
Ingléscarry
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 23, motion
Sentidotravel along a certain course.
EspecíficotalonarFollow at the heels of a person
Generalacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Inglésfollow, travel along
Catalánseguir
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 24, social
SentidoAllow to remain in a place or position or maintain a property or feature.
Sinónimosconservar, continuar, durar, quedarse
Generalprolongar, sostenerlengthen or extend in duration or space
Similarcontinuar, seguirDo something repeatedly and showing no intention to stop
Inglésretain, continue, keep, keep on
Catalánconservar, continuar
Nombresdilatación, prolongaciónThe consequence of being lengthened in duration
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 25, cognition
Sentidograsp the meaning / meaning.
Generalcoger, comprender, entenderknow and comprehend the nature or meaning / meaning of
Inglésfollow
Catalánseguir
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 26, stative
SentidoDo something repeatedly and showing no intention to stop.
Sinónimocontinuar
Generalactuar, hacer, llevar a cabo, obrarPerform an action, or work out or perform (an action)
Similarconservar, continuar, durar, quedarse, seguirAllow to remain in a place or position or maintain a property or feature
Ingléscontinue, persist in
Cataláncontinuar, seguir
NombrescontinuaciónThe act of continuing an activity without interruption
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 27, social
SentidoWork in a specific place, with a specific subject, or in a specific function.
Sinónimoser
Específicoejercer de veterinarioWork as a veterinarian
gobernar, hacer de timonelact as the coxswain, in a boat race
Inglésbe, follow
Catalánseguir
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 28, creation
Sentidomake tracks upon.
Generalcausar, confeccionar, construir, crear, criar, formar, hacer, producir, provocar, realizarmake or cause to be or to become
Ingléstrack
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 29, change
SentidoKeep informed.
Sinónimosestar al corriente, estar al día, estar al dìa, mantenerse al corriente, mantenerse al día
SimilartrazarFollow, discover, or ascertain the course of development of something
Ingléskeep up, keep abreast, follow
Catalánestar al corrent, estar al dia, seguir
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 30, stative
SentidoContinue uninterrupted.
Sinónimoscontinuar, extenderse
Generalcontinuar, guardar, proseguir, seguirContinue a certain state, condition, or activity
SimilarpatrocinarBe a regular customer or client of
Inglésrun on, keep going
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 31, stative
SentidoCome after in time, as a result.
Generalderivar, resultar, seguirse, seguir, sucederIssue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.)
SimilarseguirBe next
seguir, sucederBe later in time
Inglésfollow, come after
Catalánseguir
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 32, change
SentidoKeep to.
Sinónimosadherirse a, continuar con, mantenerse fiel
Generalmantenerse, perdurar, perseverar, persistir, subsistirBe persistent, refuse to stop
Similaracatar, acceder, cumplir, obedecer, seguirAct in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes
Inglésstick to, stick with, follow
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 33, perception
SentidoKeep under surveillance.
Sinónimovigilar
Similarperseguir, seguirFollow in or as if in pursuit
Ingléssurveil, follow, survey
Catalánseguir, vigilar
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 34, stative
SentidoTo bring something about at a later time than.
Causa deseguirBe next
Inglésfollow
Catalánseguir
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 35, social
Sentidoadhere to or practice.
Generalaplicar, practicar, usar, utilizaravail oneself to
Inglésfollow
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 36, stative
SentidoBe next.
Causado porseguirTo bring something about at a later time than
Generalestar, haberOccupy a certain position or area
SimilarseguirCome after in time, as a result
Inglésfollow
Catalánseguir
Español > seguir: 37 sentidos > verbo 37, stative
SentidoBe later in time.
Sinónimosuceder
Contrarioanteceder, precederBe earlier in time
SimilarseguirCome after in time, as a result
Ingléspostdate, follow
Catalánseguir

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