HyperDic: superar

Español > 17 sentidos de la palabra superar:
VERBOcompetitionsuperar, derrotar, recuperarse, vencerwin a victory over
competitionsuperar, aventajar, exceder, sobrepasar, sobrepujarbe or do something to a greater degree
stativesuperar, sobrevivircontinue in existence after (an adversity, etc.)
stativesuperar, imperar, perdurar, predominar, prevalecer, reinarbe larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance
stativesuperar, exceder, rebasar, sobrepasar, trascenderbe superior or better than some standard
motionsuperarsucceed in reaching a real or abstract destination / destination after overcoming problems
competitionsuperar, derrotar, dominar, vencerget on top of
competitionsuperarexcel or defeat in a game / game / game
changesuperar, ponerse bien, reanimarse, recuperarse, reponerseimprove in health
competitionsuperar, mejorar, perfeccionarsurpass in excellence
competitionsuperar, aventajar, barrer con, derrotar con trampas, derrotar, ganar, triunfar, vencerget the better of
competitionsuperar, vencer ascore more points than one's opponents
stativesuperar, exceder, sobrepasar, trascenderbe greater in scope or size than some standard
motionsuperar, dejar atrás, distanciar, sobrepasargo far ahead of
stativesuperar, exceder en rangotake precedence or surpass others in rank
cognitionsuperar, aventajarcause to appear in a lower class
stativesuperarovercome
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 1, competition
Sentidowin a victory over.
Sinónimosderrotar, recuperarse, vencer
Específicoabatir, derribarbring down or defeat (an opponent)
aplastar, bombardear, dar una paliza, derrotar, ganar, triunfar, vencerCome out better in a competition, race, or conflict
aventajardefeat by a narrow margin
conquistar, vencerOvercome by conquest
dar una paliza, zurrardefeat by a lurch
demoler, derribar, destrozar, destruirdefeat soundly
derrotar completamente, derrotar totalmentedefeat soundly and utterly
desbaratardefeat suddenly and unexpectedly / unexpectedly
expulsarCause to flee
sobrevivir, superarContinue in existence after (an adversity, etc.)
Inglésget the better of, overcome, defeat
Catalánderrotar, recuperar-se, superar, vèncer
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 2, competition
SentidoBe or do something to a greater degree.
Sinónimosaventajar, exceder, sobrepasar, sobrepujar
Específicoaplastar, humillarSurpass or beat by a wide margin
burlarBeat through cleverness and wit
durar máslast / last longer than others
eclipsarattract more attention and praise than others
mejorar, perfeccionar, superarSurpass in excellence
Generalaplastar, bombardear, dar una paliza, derrotar, ganar, triunfar, vencerCome out better in a competition, race, or conflict
Ingléssurpass, outstrip, outmatch, outgo, exceed, outdo, surmount, outperform
Catalánavantatjar, excedir, sobrepassar, sobrepujar, superar
AdjetivoexcesivoBeyond normal limits
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 3, stative
SentidoContinue in existence after (an adversity, etc.).
Sinónimosobrevivir
Implicaconvalecer, convalescer, recuperarse, recuperarget over an illness or shock
Generalderrotar, recuperarse, superar, vencerwin a victory over
Tambiénacercarse, derivar, llegar, provenir, resultar, venirMove toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody
ContrariosucumbirBe fatally overwhelmed
Ingléssurvive, pull through, pull round, come through, make it
Catalánsobreviure, superar
Nombresaguante, resistencia, supervivenciaA state of surviving
sobreviviente, supervivienteOne who lives through affliction
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 4, stative
SentidoBe larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance.
Sinónimosimperar, perdurar, predominar, prevalecer, reinar
Específicopreponderarweigh more heavily
Ingléspredominate, dominate, rule, reign, prevail
Catalánimperar, perdurar, predominar, prevaler, superar
Adjetivodominante, predominant, predominante, prevalenteMost frequent or common
Nombrespredominancia, predominioThe state of being predominant over others
preponderanciaA superiority in numbers or amount
reinadoA period during which something or somebody is dominant or powerful
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 5, stative
SentidoBe superior or better than some standard.
Sinónimosexceder, rebasar, sobrepasar, trascender
Generalaventajar, descollar, destacarse, destacar, distinguirse, resaltar, sobrepasar, sobresalirdistinguish oneself
Inglésexceed, transcend, overstep, pass, go past, top
Catalándepassar, excedir, superar, ultrapassar
AdjetivoexcesivoBeyond normal limits
inconocible, inpenetrable, trascendenteBeyond and outside the ordinary range of human experience or understanding
Nombresapogeo, auge, cima, cúspide, pico, súmmum, superlativo, tiptopThe highest level or degree attainable
mejorThe person who is most outstanding / outstanding or excellent
superioridad, transcendencia, trascendenciaThe state of excelling or surpassing or going beyond usual / usual limits
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 6, motion
Sentidosucceed in reaching a real or abstract destination / destination after overcoming problems.
Generalalcanzar, arribar, contactar, ganar, llegar, lograr, obtener, pegarReach a destination / destination, either real or abstract
Inglésget through, come through
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 7, competition
SentidoGet on top of; deal with successfully.
Sinónimosderrotar, dominar, vencer
Generalaplastar, bombardear, dar una paliza, derrotar, ganar, triunfar, vencerCome out better in a competition, race, or conflict
Tambiénconstituir, devenir, iniciar, llegar a ser, ponerse, tornar, volverseEnter or assume a certain state or condition
Inglésovercome, get over, subdue, surmount, master
Catalándominar, superar, vèncer
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 8, competition
Sentidoexcel or defeat in a game / game / game.
Generalaplastar, bombardear, dar una paliza, derrotar, ganar, triunfar, vencerCome out better in a competition, race, or conflict
Inglésoutplay
Catalánjugar millor que, superar en joc, superar en tàctica
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 9, change
Sentidoimprove in health.
Sinónimosponerse bien, reanimarse, recuperarse, reponerse
Generaladelantar, ganar, mejorar, progresarGet better
Contrarioagravarse, empeorarse, empeorar, recaerdeteriorate in health
Inglésget well, get over, bounce back
Catalánrecuperar-se
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 10, competition
SentidoSurpass in excellence.
Sinónimosmejorar, perfeccionar
Generalaventajar, exceder, sobrepasar, sobrepujar, superarBe or do something to a greater degree
Inglésbetter, break
NombresmejorThe superior one of two alternatives
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 11, competition
Sentidoget the better of.
Sinónimosaventajar, barrer con, derrotar con trampas, derrotar, ganar, triunfar, vencer
Específicoburlar, engañardefeat by more skillful maneuvering
Generalaplastar, bombardear, dar una paliza, derrotar, ganar, triunfar, vencerCome out better in a competition, race, or conflict
Inglésoutdo, outflank, trump, best, scoop
Catalántriomfar
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 12, competition
Sentidoscore more points than one's opponents.
Sinónimovencer a
Generalaplastar, bombardear, dar una paliza, derrotar, ganar, triunfar, vencerCome out better in a competition, race, or conflict
Inglésoutpoint, outscore
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 13, stative
SentidoBe greater in scope or size than some standard.
Sinónimosexceder, sobrepasar, trascender
Inglésexceed, transcend, surpass
Catalánexcedir, sobrepassar, superar, transcendir, ultrapassar
Adjetivoinconocible, inpenetrable, trascendenteBeyond and outside the ordinary range of human experience or understanding
Nombressuperioridad, transcendencia, trascendenciaThe state of excelling or surpassing or going beyond usual / usual limits
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 14, motion
Sentidogo far ahead of.
Sinónimosdejar atrás, distanciar, sobrepasar
Generaldejar atrásdepart / depart and not take along
Inglésoutdistance, outstrip, distance
Catalándistanciar-se, distanciar
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 15, stative
SentidoTake precedence or surpass others in rank.
Sinónimoexceder en rango
Generalaventajar, descollar, destacarse, destacar, distinguirse, resaltar, sobrepasar, sobresalirdistinguish oneself
Inglésrank, outrank
Catalánser de categoria superior a
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 16, cognition
SentidoCause to appear in a lower class.
Sinónimoaventajar
Categoríaatletismo, deporte, deportesAn active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
Generalsubordinarrank or order as less important or consider of less value
Inglésoutclass
Catalánavantatjar, superar
Español > superar: 17 sentidos > verbo 17, stative
SentidoOvercome.
Generalcontrolar, dominar, mandarBe in control
Inglésoverbear

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