HyperDic: silenciar

Español > 4 sentidos de la palabra silenciar:
VERBOchangesilenciar, acallar, callar, calmarcause to be quiet or not talk / talk
communicationsilenciar, callarse, callarrefuse to talk / talk or stop talking / talking
changesilenciarget rid of, silence, or suppress
weathersilenciar, anular, borrar, obliterar, tacharobliterate or extinguish
Español > silenciar: 4 sentidos > verbo 1, change
SentidoCause to be quiet or not talk / talk.
Sinónimosacallar, callar, calmar
Causa decallarse, callarBecome quiet or still
Específicoamordazar, censurarprevent from speaking out
callar a gritossilence or overwhelm by shouting
hacer callarsilence (someone) by uttering 'shush!'
Generalconquistar, contener, dominar, inhibir, reprimirTo put down by force or authority
Tambiénacallar, blanquear, cubrir, disimular, encalar, encubrir, taparcover up a misdemeanor, fault, or error
Similarapaciguarse, callarse, callar, calmar, serenarse, sosegar, tranquilizarseBecome quiet or quieter
Ingléshush, quieten, silence, still, shut up, hush up
Catalánapaivagar, aquietar, assossegar, callar, calmar, emmudir, silenciar
Nombrescalma, quietud, silencio, tranquilidad(poetic) tranquil silence
mudezA refusal to speak when expected
silenciadorA tubular acoustic device inserted in the exhaust system that is designed to reduce noise
silencioThe absence of sound
Español > silenciar: 4 sentidos > verbo 2, communication
Sentidorefuse to talk / talk or stop talking / talking; fall silent.
Sinónimoscallarse, callar
Contrarioabrirsetalk / talk freely and without inhibition
Inglésclose up, clam up, dummy up, shut up, belt up, button up, be quiet, keep mum
Cataláncallar
Español > silenciar: 4 sentidos > verbo 3, change
SentidoGet rid of, silence, or suppress.
Generalconquistar, contener, dominar, inhibir, reprimirTo put down by force or authority
Inglésburke
Catalánsilenciar
Español > silenciar: 4 sentidos > verbo 4, weather
Sentidoobliterate or extinguish.
Sinónimosanular, borrar, obliterar, tachar
Generalapagarse, apagar, extinguirse, extinguir, irsePut out, as of fires, flames, or lights
Inglésblack out

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