HyperDic: someterse

Español > 6 sentidos de la palabra someterse:
VERBOcommunicationsometerse, acceder, deferiryield to another's wish / wish or opinion
cognitionsometerseaccept or undergo, often unwillingly
competitionsometersemake an application as for a job or funding
competitionsometerse, sucumbircease opposition
competitionsometerse, supeditarmake accountable for
stativesometerseyield to out of weakness
Español > someterse: 6 sentidos > verbo 1, communication
SentidoYield to another's wish / wish or opinion.
Sinónimosacceder, deferir
Generalceder, claudicar, conceder, consentir, doblegarse, sucumbirconsent reluctantly
Ingléssubmit, bow, defer, accede, give in
Adjetivodeferente, respetuoso, sumisoshowing deference
sumisoInclined or willing / willing to submit to orders or wishes of others or showing such inclination
Nombresclaudicación, sumisiónThe act of submitting
consideración, deferencia, respeto, respetuosidadcourteous regard for people's feelings
Español > someterse: 6 sentidos > verbo 2, cognition
SentidoAccept or undergo, often unwillingly.
Generalexperimentar, sufrirPass through
Ingléstake, submit
Nombresapuesta, interesadoOne who takes a bet or wager
claudicación, sumisiónThe act of submitting
Español > someterse: 6 sentidos > verbo 3, competition
Sentidomake an application as for a job or funding.
Generalsolicitarask (for something)
Inglésput in, submit
Nombrespresentadorsomeone who submits something (as an application for a job or a manuscript for publication etc.) for the judgment of others
Español > someterse: 6 sentidos > verbo 4, competition
SentidoCease opposition; stop fighting.
Específicoabandonar, desistir, entregar, rendirGive up or agree to forgo to the power or possession of another
caerBe captured
Catalánsotmetre's, sucumbir
Español > someterse: 6 sentidos > verbo 5, competition
Sentidomake accountable for.
GeneralsometerYield to the control of another
Español > someterse: 6 sentidos > verbo 6, stative
SentidoYield to out of weakness.
Generalacceder, ceder, rendirsegive in, as to influence or pressure
Nombresfawner, groveler, lameculos, zalamera, zalamerosomeone who humbles himself as a sign of respect

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