HyperDic: vulnerar

Español > 3 sentidos de la palabra vulnerar:
VERBOsocialvulnerar, insultar, ofender, transgredir, violaract in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises
stativevulnerar, quebrantar, romper, violarfail to agree with
motionvulnerar, aparcer sin invitación, entrometerse, inmiscuirse, invadir, violarto intrude upon, infringe, encroach on, violate
Español > vulnerar: 3 sentidos > verbo 1, social
SentidoAct in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises.
Sinónimosinsultar, ofender, transgredir, violar
Específicocometerbreak the law
contravenir, infringirgo against, as of rules and laws
joderla, meter la pata, pecar, pifiarCommit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake
pecarcommit a sin
Contrariocumplir, mantenerconform one's action or practice to
Ingléstransgress, offend, infract, violate, go against, breach, break
Cataláninsultar, transgredir, vulnerar
Adjetivodesagradable, ofensivomorally offensive
violableCapable of being violated / violated / violated / violated / violated
Nombresbrecha, incumplimientoA failure to perform some promised act or obligation
contravención, delito menor, delito, falta, infracción, ofensa, violaciónA crime less serious than a felony
crimen, delito, delitos, infracciónA transgression that constitutes a violation of what is judged to be right
delincuente, infractor, malhechorA person who transgresses moral or civil law
malhechor, transgresor, trasgresorsomeone who transgresses
transgresión, trasgresiónThe act of transgressing
transgresor, trasgresorsomeone who violates the law
Español > vulnerar: 3 sentidos > verbo 2, stative
Sentidofail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns.
Sinónimosquebrantar, romper, violar
Específicodesafiargo against
Contrarioconformarobserve
Inglésviolate, go against, break
Catalántrencar, violar, vulnerar
AdjetivoviolableCapable of being violated / violated / violated / violated / violated
Español > vulnerar: 3 sentidos > verbo 3, motion
SentidoTo intrude upon, infringe, encroach on, violate.
Sinónimosaparcer sin invitación, entrometerse, inmiscuirse, invadir, violar
EspecíficoasaltarEnter someone else's territory and take spoils
Generalentrar, ingresar, moverse adentroTo come or go into
Inglésintrude on, invade, obtrude upon, encroach upon
Adjetivointruso, invasorgradually intrusive without right or permission
Nombresintrusión, invasiónAny entry into an area not previously occupied
invasorsomeone who enters by force in order to conquer

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