HyperDic: repeler

Español > 5 sentidos de la palabra repeler:
VERBOemotionrepeler, rechazar, repulsarbe repellent to
contactrepeler, repulsarcause to move back / back by force or influence
perceptionrepeler, asquear, dar asco, rechazar, repugnarfill with distaste
competitionrepeler, repulsarforce or drive back
stativerepelerfeel as if crawling with insects
Español > repeler: 5 sentidos > verbo 1, emotion
SentidoBe repellent to; cause aversion in.
Sinónimosrechazar, repulsar
Específicoasquear, repugnarCause aversion in
irritar, sacar de quicioCause to feel intense dislike or distaste
Generaldesagradar, disgustar, ofenderGive displeasure to
Contrarioapelar, atraerBe attractive to
Inglésrepel, repulse
Catalánrebutjar, repel·lir
Adjetivoaborrecible, asquerosa, asqueroso, detestable, intolerable, repugnante, repulsivoOffensive to the mind
asquerosa, asqueroso, desagradable, despreciable, repugnante, repulsivoHighly offensive
chocante, horrendo, horrible, odiosoSo extremely ugly as to be terrifying
repelenteServing or tending to repel
NombresrepelenteA chemical substance that repels animals
Español > repeler: 5 sentidos > verbo 2, contact
SentidoCause to move back / back by force or influence.
Sinónimorepulsar
Generalapretar, empujarMove with force, "He pushed the table into a corner"
Contrarioatraerdirect toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes
Inglésrepel, drive, repulse, force back, push back, beat back
Catalánrepel·lir
Adjetivorepulsivopossessing the ability to repel
Nombrescampaña, causa, cometido, cruzada, empeño, misión, movimientoA series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end
desaire, repulsaAn instance of driving away or warding off
empuje, fuerza, impulsoThe act of applying force to propel something
Español > repeler: 5 sentidos > verbo 3, perception
SentidoFill with distaste.
Sinónimosasquear, dar asco, rechazar, repugnar
Específicocausar náuseas, dar náuseas, enfermarse, enfermar, nausearupset and make nauseated
Generalcausar, emocionar, estimular, excitar, incentivar, revolverStir feelings in
Inglésdisgust, gross out, revolt, repel
Catalánfastiguejar, fer fàstic, rebutjar, repel·lir, repugnar
Adjetivoaborrecible, asquerosa, asqueroso, detestable, intolerable, repugnante, repulsivoOffensive to the mind
asquerosa, asqueroso, desagradable, despreciable, repugnante, repulsivoHighly offensive
chocante, horrendo, horrible, odiosoSo extremely ugly as to be terrifying
repelenteServing or tending to repel
Nombresasco, aversión, fastidio, náusea, náuseas, repelo, repugnancia, repulsa, repulsiónStrong feelings of dislike
Español > repeler: 5 sentidos > verbo 4, competition
SentidoForce or drive back.
Sinónimorepulsar
Generaldefenderse, defender, derrotar, enfrentarse, luchar, oponerse a, oponerse, oponer, pelearfight against or resist strongly
Tambiénbatallar, combatir, esforzarse con denuedo, forcejear, lidiar, luchar, pelear, pugnarBe engaged in a fight
Inglésrepel, repulse, fight off, rebuff, drive back
Catalánrepel·lir
Adjetivorepulsivopossessing the ability to repel
Nombresdesaire, repulsaAn instance of driving away or warding off
Español > repeler: 5 sentidos > verbo 5, stative
SentidoFeel as if crawling with insects.
Generalnotarse, parecerBe felt or perceived in a certain way
Ingléscrawl
Catalánrepel·lir

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