HyperDic: seguro

Español > 35 sentidos de la palabra seguro:
ADJETIVOallseguro, protegidokept safe or defended from danger / danger or injury or loss
allsegurohaving or marked by confidence or assurance
allseguro, definido, definitivo, fijo, precisoprecise
allseguro, salvofree from danger or the risk of harm
allseguro, ciertohaving or feeling no doubt or uncertainty
allseguro, resguardadofree from danger or risk
allseguro, forzoso, ineludible, inevitable, inexorablecertain to occur
allseguro, aplomadonot likely to fail or give ... / give way
allseguro, fiablefinancially sound
allseguroreliable / reliable in operation or effect
allsegurocertain not to fail
allseguro, despreocupadofree from fear or doubt
allsegurocharacterized by certainty or security
allseguronot liable to error in judgment or action
allseguronot open to doubt
allseguro(of an undertaking) secure from risk
allseguro, estable, fijo, firmesecurely in position
allsegurohaving reached a base without being put out
allseguro, indefectibleinfallible or unfailing
allseguroexercising or taking care great enough to bring assurance
allseguro, certero, infaliblenot liable to failure
allseguromarked by assurance
allseguro, firmephysically secure or dependable
allseguro, protegidoprotected from danger or bad weather
NOMBREartifactseguro, puertaa swinging or sliding barrier that will close the entrance to a room or building or vehicle
possessionseguro, aseguramiento, contrato de seguropromise of reimbursement in the case of loss
communicationseguro, política, póliza de seguros, pólizawritten contract or certificate of insurance
possessionseguro, protección, recaudo, seguridaddefense against financial failure
artifactseguro, topea restraint that checks the motion of something
actseguro, seguridad social, SSsocial welfare program in the U.S.
artifactseguroa movable obstruction in a lock that must be adjusted to a given position (as by a key) before the bolt can be thrown
artifactseguro, imperdiblea pin in the form of a clasp
artifactseguro, fiadorguard consisting of a locking device that prevents a weapon from being fired
stateseguro, segurosprotection against future loss
ADVERBIOallseguro, ciertamente, con bastante seguridad, con certeza, con seguridad, seguramente, sin dudadefinitely or positively ('sure' is sometimes used informally for 'surely')
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SentidoKept safe or defended from danger / danger or injury or loss.
Sinónimoprotegido
Específicoalmenadoprotected with battlements or parapets with indentations or embrasures for shooting through
blindado, protegido(used especially of machinery) protected by a shield to prevent injury
fortificadoSecured with bastions or fortifications
impermeableable to withstand exposure to weather without damage
Tambiéninvulnerableimmune to attack / attack
resguardado, seguroFree from danger or risk
Contrariodesprotegidolacking protection or defense
Inglésprotected
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SentidoHaving or marked by confidence or assurance.
Cualidad deconfianzaA feeling of trust (in someone or something)
Específicoaltivo, arrogante, atrevido, engreído, petulante, presuntuosomarked by excessive confidence
confiadamente, tranquilizadoHaving confidence restored
confiado, seguro de si mismo, seguro de sí mismoshowing poise and confidence in your own worth
seguromarked by assurance
Contrariodifidente, inseguro, tímido, vergonzosoLacking self-confidence
Inglésconfident
Catalánsegur
Nombresaplomo, autoconfianza, autoridad, certeza, certidumbre, confianza en sí mismo, confianza, convicción, seguridad en sí mismo, seguridadfreedom from doubt
confianzaA state of confident hopefulness that events will be favorable
AdverbiosconfidentementeWith confidence
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Sentidoprecise; explicit and clearly defined.
Sinónimosdefinido, definitivo, fijo, preciso
EspecíficociertoDefinite but not specified or identified
claro, evidente, incontestable, incuestionable, indiscutible, indudable, inequívoco, innegable, notable, obvio, patenterecognizable
Tambiénclaro, definido, distinto, iconfundible, inconfundible, marcadoEasy to perceive / perceive
claroReadily apparent to the mind
definidoclearly / clearly / clearly characterized or delimited
explícit, explícita, explícito, expreso, manifiestoprecisely and clearly / clearly / clearly expressed or readily observable
Contrarioindefinida, indefinidovague or not clearly / clearly / clearly defined or stated
Inglésdefinite
Catalándefinitiu, fixe, segur
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SentidoFree from danger or the risk of harm.
Sinónimosalvo
Específicoileso, indemneFree from danger or injury
sensatoThought to be devoid of risk
Tambiénileso, indemnenot injured / injured physically or mentally
inocuo, inofensivonot causing or capable of causing harm
invulnerableimmune to attack / attack
resguardado, seguroFree from danger or risk
Contrariopeligrosa, peligrosoInvolving or causing danger or risk
Ingléssafe
Catalánsalv, segur
NombresseguridadThe quality of being safe
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SentidoHaving or feeling no doubt or uncertainty; confident and assured.
Sinónimocierto
Cualidad deaplomo, autoconfianza, autoridad, certeza, certidumbre, confianza en sí mismo, confianza, convicción, seguridad en sí mismo, seguridadfreedom from doubt
certeza, seguridadThe state of being certain
Específicoconvencidopersuaded of
Contrariodudoso, indeciso, insegurolacking or indicating lack of confidence or assurance
Ingléscertain, sure
Catalánsegur
Nombresaplomo, autoconfianza, autoridad, certeza, certidumbre, confianza en sí mismo, confianza, convicción, seguridad en sí mismo, seguridadfreedom from doubt
Adverbiosciertamente, con bastante seguridad, con certeza, con seguridad, seguramente, seguro, sin dudadefinitely or positively ('sure' is sometimes used informally for 'surely')
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SentidoFree from danger or risk.
Sinónimoresguardado
Específicoestablecido, firmeSecurely established
firme, segurophysically secure or dependable
infalibleguaranteed not to fail
seguroCharacterized by certainty or security
Tambiéninvulnerableimmune to attack / attack
protegido, seguroKept safe or defended from danger / danger or injury or loss
salvo, seguroFree from danger or the risk of harm
Contrarioinsegurolacking in security / security / security or safety
Ingléssecure
NombresseguridadThe state of being free from danger or injury
Adverbiosfirmemente, seguramenteIn a manner free from fear or risk
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SentidoCertain to occur; destined or inevitable.
Sinónimosforzoso, ineludible, inevitable, inexorable
Específicocondenado, destinado, predestinado, predeterminado(usually followed by 'to') governed by fate
predestinadoEstablished or prearranged unalterably
Tambiénpredecible, previsiblecapable of being foretold
Contrarioinciertonot certain to occur
Ingléscertain, sure
Cataláncert, forçós, indefugible, ineludible, inevitable, inexorable, segur
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Sentidonot likely to fail or give ... / give way.
Sinónimoaplomado
Específicoestable, fijo, firme, seguroSecurely in position
fijo, firmeSecurely or solidly fixed in place
TambiénfijoSecurely placed or fastened or set
Contrarioinseguronot firm or firmly fixed
Ingléssecure
Nombrescontinuidad, fijeza, persistencia, pervivenciaThe quality of being fixed in place as by some firm attachment
AdverbiosfirmementeIn a secure manner
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Sentidofinancially sound.
Sinónimofiable
Inglésdependable, good, safe, secure
NombresfiabilidadThe quality of being dependable / dependable or reliable / reliable
protección, recaudo, seguridad, segurodefense against financial failure
seguridadThe quality of being safe
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Sentidoreliable / reliable in operation or effect.
Generalcumplidor, de confianza, fiable, fidedignoworthy of reliance or trust
Ingléscertain, sure
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SentidoCertain not to fail.
Generalconstante, regularnot subject to change or variation especially in behavior
Ingléssure
Nombresfirmeza, seguridadThe quality of being steady and unfailing
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SentidoFree from fear or doubt; easy in mind.
Sinónimodespreocupado
Contrarioinsegurolacking self-confidence or assurance
Ingléssecure, unafraid, untroubled
Nombresfirmeza, seguridadfreedom from anxiety or fear
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SentidoCharacterized by certainty or security.
Generalresguardado, seguroFree from danger or risk
Inglésassured
Nombresaplomo, sangre fríaGreat coolness and composure under strain / strain
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Sentidonot liable to error in judgment or action.
Generalcapaz(usually followed by 'of') having capacity or ability
Inglésconfident, surefooted, sure-footed
Catalánsegur
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Sentidonot open to doubt.
GeneralincuestionableIncapable of being questioned
Inglésfor sure
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Sentido(of an undertaking) secure from risk.
Ingléssafe
Catalánsegur
NombresseguridadThe quality of being safe
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SentidoSecurely in position; not shaky.
Sinónimosestable, fijo, firme
Generalaplomado, seguronot likely to fail or give ... / give way
Ingléssteady
Catalánestable, ferm, fix, segur
NombresfirmezaThe quality of being steady or securely and immovably fixed in place
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SentidoHaving reached a base without being put out.
Categoríabaseball, beisbol, béisbolA ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of nine players
Contrariofueranot allowed to continue to bat / bat or run
Ingléssafe
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Sentidoinfallible or unfailing.
Sinónimoindefectible
Generalcierto, verdaderoconsistent with fact or reality
Ingléssure
Nombresaplomo, autoconfianza, autoridad, certeza, certidumbre, confianza en sí mismo, confianza, convicción, seguridad en sí mismo, seguridadfreedom from doubt
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SentidoExercising or taking care great enough to bring assurance.
Generalatento, cuidadosa, cuidadoso, prudenteExercising caution or showing care or attention
Ingléscertain, sure
Catalánsegur
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Sentidonot liable to failure.
Sinónimoscertero, infalible
Generalinfalibleincapable of failure or error
Inglésfoolproof, unfailing
Cataláninfal·lible, segur
AdverbiosindefectiblementeWithout fail
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Sentidomarked by assurance; exhibiting confidence.
GeneralseguroHaving or marked by confidence or assurance
Inglésassured
Catalánsegur
Adverbiosciertamente, seguramentewithout a doubt
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Sentidophysically secure or dependable.
Sinónimofirme
Generalresguardado, seguroFree from danger or risk
Ingléssure
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SentidoProtected from danger or bad weather.
Sinónimoprotegido
Generalinvulnerableimmune to attack / attack
Ingléssheltered
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SentidoA swinging or sliding barrier that will close the entrance to a room or building or vehicle.
Sinónimopuerta
Part deacceso, entada, entrada, portal, puertaThe entrance (the space in a wall) through which you enter or leave a room or building
Partescandado, cerraduraA fastener fitted to a door or drawer to keep it firmly closed
EspecíficocontrapuertaTwo vertical doors that meet in the middle of the door frame when closed
escotillón, trampillaA hinged or sliding door in a floor or ceiling
puerta batienteA door that swings on a double hinge
puerta corredera, puerta deslizanteA door that opens by sliding instead of swinging
puerta del cocheThe door of a car
puerta giratoria, revolverA door consisting of four orthogonal partitions that rotate about a central pivot
puerta interiorA door that closes off rooms within a building
puertaventanaA light door with transparent or glazed panels extending the full length
red metálicaA door that consists of a frame holding metallic or plastic netting
Generalbarrera móvilA barrier that can be moved to allow passage
Inglésdoor
Catalánbotó de seguretat, dispositiu de seguretat, porta
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Sentidopromise of reimbursement in the case of loss; paid to people or companies so concerned about hazards that they have made prepayments to an insurance company.
Sinónimosaseguramiento, contrato de seguro
Específicocoaseguroinsurance issued jointly by two or more underwriters
reaseguroSharing the risk by insurance companies
seguro automotriz, seguro de coche, seguro del cocheinsurance against loss due to theft or traffic accidents
seguro de incendiosinsurance against loss due to fire
seguro de salud, seguro médico, seguro sanitarioinsurance against loss due to ill health
seguro de vidainsurance paid to named beneficiaries when the insured person dies
seguro temporallow-cost insurance that is valid only for a stated period of time and has no cash surrender value or loan value
Generalprotección, recaudo, seguridad, segurodefense against financial failure
Inglésinsurance
Catalánassegurança
Verbosasegurar, cubrir, respaldar financieramenteprotect by insurance
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Sentidowritten contract or certificate of insurance.
Sinónimospolítica, póliza de seguros, póliza
Específicopóliza abierta, póliza flotante, seguro flotanteAn insurance policy covering loss of movable property (e.g. jewelry) regardless of its location
GeneralcontratoA binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law
Ingléspolicy, insurance policy, insurance
Catalánassegurança, pòlissa d'assegurança, pòlissa d'assegurances, pòlissa, política
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Sentidodefense against financial failure; financial independence.
Sinónimosprotección, recaudo, seguridad
Específicoaseguramiento, contrato de seguro, seguropromise of reimbursement in the case of loss
bienestar económicofinancial security
coberturaAny technique designed to reduce or eliminate financial risk
Generalbienes, haberesAnything of material value or usefulness that is owned by a person or company
Ingléssecurity, protection
Adjetivofiable, segurofinancially sound
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SentidoA restraint that checks the motion of something.
Sinónimotope
Específicocuña, sujetapuertasA stop that keeps open doors from moving
descargadorA catch mechanism that acts as a switch
fiador, matraca, trinqueteA hinged catch that fits into a notch of a ratchet to move a wheel forward or prevent it from moving backward
Generalfreno, limitación, restricciónA device that retards something's motion / motion
Ingléscatch, stop
Catalándispositiu de seguretat, topall
Verbosbloquear, obstruirRender unsuitable for passage
contener, pararhold back, as of a danger or an enemy
detener, interceptar, intervenirseize / seize on its way
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Sentidosocial welfare program in the U.S.; includes old-age and survivors insurance and some unemployment insurance and old-age assistance.
Sinónimosseguridad social, SS
Específicoplan de jubilación, seguro de jubilacióninsurance paid to the elderly
Generalseguridad social, seguro socialgovernment provision for unemployed, injured, or aged people
InglésSocial Security
Catalánseguretat social, SS
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SentidoA movable obstruction in a lock that must be adjusted to a given position (as by a key) before the bolt can be thrown.
Part decandado, cerraduraA fastener fitted to a door or drawer to keep it firmly closed
Generalimpedimento, obstáculo, obstrucciónAny structure that makes progress difficult
Ingléstumbler
Catalánfiador
Verbosrevolcarse, rodar, voltearroll over and over, back and forth
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SentidoA pin in the form of a clasp; has a guard so the point of the pin will not stick the user.
Sinónimoimperdible
Generalaguja, alfiler, pinA small slender (often pointed) piece of wood or metal used to support or fasten or attach things
Ingléssafety pin
Catalánagulla imperdible, imperdible
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Sentidoguard consisting of a locking device that prevents a weapon from being fired.
Sinónimofiador
Part dearma de fuego, arma, cañón, escopeta, obús, pistolaA weapon that discharges a missile at high velocity (especially from a metal tube or barrel)
GeneralprotecciónA device designed to prevent injury or accidents
Ingléssafety catch, safety lock
Catalánfiador
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Sentidoprotection against future loss.
Sinónimoseguros
Inglésindemnity, insurance
Catalánassegurança
Verbosasegurartake out insurance for
indemnizarSecure against future loss, damage / damage, or liability
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Sentidodefinitely or positively ('sure' is sometimes used informally for 'surely').
Sinónimosciertamente, con bastante seguridad, con certeza, con seguridad, seguramente, sin duda
Uso decoloquialismo, expresión coloquial, vulgarismoA colloquial expression
Ingléssurely, certainly, sure, for sure, for certain, sure enough, sure as shooting
Cataláncertament, de segur, per descomptat, segurament, segur, sens dubte
Adjetivocierto, seguroHaving or feeling no doubt or uncertainty

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