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  • 1 estimular

    v.
    1 to encourage.
    2 to stimulate.
    El dinero estimula a los empleados Money stimulates the employees.
    El aroma estimula los sentidos The aroma stimulates the senses.
    * * *
    1 (animar) to encourage, stimulate
    2 (apetito, pasiones) to whet
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=alentar) [+ persona] to encourage
    2) (=favorecer) [+ apetito, economía, esfuerzos, ahorro] to stimulate; [+ debate] to promote
    3) [+ organismo, célula] to stimulate
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) clase/lectura to stimulate
    b) ( alentar) < persona> to encourage
    c) <apetito/circulación> to stimulate
    d) ( sexualmente) to stimulate
    2) <inversión/ahorro> to encourage, stimulate
    * * *
    = encourage, give + a boost, prompt, provide + boost, spur, spur on, stimulate, whip up, provide + stimulus, set + Nombre + off, abet, buoy, prod, egg on, stir up, nudge, reawaken [re-awaken], kick-start [kickstart], pep up, hearten, incite.
    Ex. A common catalogue encourages users to regard the different information carrying media as part of range of media.
    Ex. CD-ROM has given the library a public relations boost but this has led to higher expectations of the library by users at a time of budgetary restraint.
    Ex. An earlier leakage had prompted library staff to make arrangements with a nearby firm of book conservation specialists in the event of a further disaster.
    Ex. Merely having the materials available will not provide the desired boost to the library's stature unless the collection is exceptional.
    Ex. Spurred by press comments on dumping of withdrawn library books in rubbish skips, Birkerd Library requested the Ministry of Culture's permission to sell withdrawn materials.
    Ex. The paper-makers, spurred on by the urgent need to increase their supply of raw material, eventually mastered the new technique.
    Ex. An alertness to work in related fields may stimulate creativity in disseminating ideas from one field of study to another, for both the researcher and the manager.
    Ex. The ALA and some of its members seem to have taken in upon themselves to whip up a frenzy of public relations style fantasy that market reality simply cannot match.
    Ex. The effort involved in creating an hospitable niche is repaid by the stimulus such courses provide to staff members.
    Ex. This local tale could have been used to set me and my classmates off on a search for other similar stories that litter the area up and down the east coast of Britain.
    Ex. This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.
    Ex. 'Well,' recommenced the young librarian, buoyed up by the director's interest, 'I believe that everybody is a good employee until they prove differently to me'.
    Ex. Science Citation Index (SCI) depends for intellectual content entirely on citations by authors, who are sometimes prodded by editors and referees.
    Ex. In the novel, residents of the drought-plagued hamlet of Champaner, egged on by a salt-of-the-earth hothead leader, recklessly accept a sporting challenge thrown down by the commander of the local British troops.
    Ex. The goal of this guidebook is to help writers activate their brains to stir up more and better ideas and details.
    Ex. By the 1980s, leftist philosophies had fallen into disfavor, & globalization & neoliberalism nudged the unions to seek other alliances.
    Ex. The first weeks are vital, and after that the shop must be constantly on the lookout for ways of stimulating further interest and re-awakening those who lapse.
    Ex. Shock tactics are sometimes necessary in order to expose injustice and kick-start the process of reform.
    Ex. Soccer ace David Beckham has started wearing mystical hippy beads to pep up his sex life.
    Ex. We are heartened by the fact that we are still so far a growth story in the midst of this global challenge.
    Ex. It is illegal to operate websites inciting terrorism under the Terrorism Act.
    ----
    * estimular el debate = provoke + discussion, prompt + discussion, pepper + debate.
    * estimular el desarrollo de = stimulate + the development of.
    * estimular la economía = stimulate + the economy, spur + the economy.
    * estimular la imaginación = spark + imagination.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) clase/lectura to stimulate
    b) ( alentar) < persona> to encourage
    c) <apetito/circulación> to stimulate
    d) ( sexualmente) to stimulate
    2) <inversión/ahorro> to encourage, stimulate
    * * *
    = encourage, give + a boost, prompt, provide + boost, spur, spur on, stimulate, whip up, provide + stimulus, set + Nombre + off, abet, buoy, prod, egg on, stir up, nudge, reawaken [re-awaken], kick-start [kickstart], pep up, hearten, incite.

    Ex: A common catalogue encourages users to regard the different information carrying media as part of range of media.

    Ex: CD-ROM has given the library a public relations boost but this has led to higher expectations of the library by users at a time of budgetary restraint.
    Ex: An earlier leakage had prompted library staff to make arrangements with a nearby firm of book conservation specialists in the event of a further disaster.
    Ex: Merely having the materials available will not provide the desired boost to the library's stature unless the collection is exceptional.
    Ex: Spurred by press comments on dumping of withdrawn library books in rubbish skips, Birkerd Library requested the Ministry of Culture's permission to sell withdrawn materials.
    Ex: The paper-makers, spurred on by the urgent need to increase their supply of raw material, eventually mastered the new technique.
    Ex: An alertness to work in related fields may stimulate creativity in disseminating ideas from one field of study to another, for both the researcher and the manager.
    Ex: The ALA and some of its members seem to have taken in upon themselves to whip up a frenzy of public relations style fantasy that market reality simply cannot match.
    Ex: The effort involved in creating an hospitable niche is repaid by the stimulus such courses provide to staff members.
    Ex: This local tale could have been used to set me and my classmates off on a search for other similar stories that litter the area up and down the east coast of Britain.
    Ex: This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.
    Ex: 'Well,' recommenced the young librarian, buoyed up by the director's interest, 'I believe that everybody is a good employee until they prove differently to me'.
    Ex: Science Citation Index (SCI) depends for intellectual content entirely on citations by authors, who are sometimes prodded by editors and referees.
    Ex: In the novel, residents of the drought-plagued hamlet of Champaner, egged on by a salt-of-the-earth hothead leader, recklessly accept a sporting challenge thrown down by the commander of the local British troops.
    Ex: The goal of this guidebook is to help writers activate their brains to stir up more and better ideas and details.
    Ex: By the 1980s, leftist philosophies had fallen into disfavor, & globalization & neoliberalism nudged the unions to seek other alliances.
    Ex: The first weeks are vital, and after that the shop must be constantly on the lookout for ways of stimulating further interest and re-awakening those who lapse.
    Ex: Shock tactics are sometimes necessary in order to expose injustice and kick-start the process of reform.
    Ex: Soccer ace David Beckham has started wearing mystical hippy beads to pep up his sex life.
    Ex: We are heartened by the fact that we are still so far a growth story in the midst of this global challenge.
    Ex: It is illegal to operate websites inciting terrorism under the Terrorism Act.
    * estimular el debate = provoke + discussion, prompt + discussion, pepper + debate.
    * estimular el desarrollo de = stimulate + the development of.
    * estimular la economía = stimulate + the economy, spur + the economy.
    * estimular la imaginación = spark + imagination.

    * * *
    estimular [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 «clase/lectura» to stimulate
    2 (alentar) to encourage
    hay que estimularla para que trabaje she needs encouraging to get her to work
    gritaban para estimular a su equipo they cheered their team on, they shouted encouragement to their team
    3 ‹apetito› to whet, stimulate; ‹circulación› to stimulate
    4 (sexualmente) to stimulate
    B ‹inversión/ahorro› to encourage, stimulate
    * * *

    estimular ( conjugate estimular) verbo transitivo


    estimular verbo transitivo
    1 (dar ánimos) to encourage
    2 (potenciar, activar) to stimulate
    ' estimular' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    animar
    - impulsar
    English:
    animate
    - drum up
    - fuel
    - stimulate
    - stir
    - work up
    - boost
    - promote
    - revitalize
    - revive
    - spur
    - whet
    * * *
    1. [animar] to encourage;
    el orgullo le estimula a seguir his pride spurs him to go on
    2. [incitar] to encourage, to urge on;
    la muchedumbre lo estimuló con gritos the crowd shouted him on
    3. [excitar sexualmente] to stimulate
    4. [activar] [apetito] to stimulate, to whet;
    [circulación, economía] to stimulate; [ventas, inversión] to stimulate, to encourage
    * * *
    v/t
    1 stimulate
    2 ( animar) encourage
    * * *
    1) : to stimulate
    2) : to encourage
    * * *
    1. (activar) to stimulate
    2. (animar) to encourage

    Spanish-English dictionary > estimular

  • 2 fomentar

    v.
    1 to encourage, to foster.
    2 to promote, to boost, to advance, to be conducive to.
    Ella alienta un ideal She fosters=nurtures an ideal.
    * * *
    1 to promote, encourage, foster
    * * *
    verb
    1) to foster, promote
    * * *
    VT
    1) [+ desarrollo, investigación, ahorro, inversión, participación] to encourage; [+ turismo, industria] to promote, boost; [+ competitividad, producción] to boost; [+ odio, violencia] to foment
    2) (Med) to foment, warm
    3) (=incubar)
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) <industria/turismo> to promote; <ahorro/inversión> to encourage, boost; <disturbio/odio> to incite, foment (frml)

    hay que fomentarles el gusto por la músicaone has to foster o encourage an interest in music in them

    2) (Med) to foment
    * * *
    = advance, boost, cultivate, encourage, foster, further, nurture, promote, abet, foment, spur, elicit, stimulate, drive.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado drove, participio driven.
    Ex. In addition to continuing and advancing programs begun prior to his directorship, Mr. Welsh has initiated the Cataloging in Publication program (CIP).
    Ex. If the title is selected by a book club this helps boost the print-run and overall sales.
    Ex. Such familiarity can be cultivated with experience, and will consider the following features of data bases.
    Ex. A common catalogue encourages users to regard the different information carrying media as part of range of media.
    Ex. Among Mr. Welsh's professional activities and accomplishments are his successful efforts to foster an increased two-way communication between LC's Processing Department and his professional colleagues in the field.
    Ex. IFLA's International Office for Universal Bibliographic Control was established in order to further international control of bibliographic records.
    Ex. Studying the leisure reading preferences of teens can help library media specialists develop collections and programs that nurture a lifelong love of reading.
    Ex. Initially, it is necessary that the scheme be published and available for purchase, and that its use is generally promoted.
    Ex. This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.
    Ex. The formats that emerge can be used by libraries, publishers, and information utilities worldwide to convert printed works to electronic forms or to create original works in electric format, and thus foment the creation of networked electronic library collections.
    Ex. Spurred by press comments on dumping of withdrawn library books in rubbish skips, Birkerd Library requested the Ministry of Culture's permission to sell withdrawn materials.
    Ex. This article looks at ways in which librarians in leadership roles can elicit the motivation, commitment, and personal investment of members of the organisation.
    Ex. An alertness to work in related fields may stimulate creativity in disseminating ideas from one field of study to another, for both the researcher and the manager.
    Ex. The notation 796.33 is used for sporst involving an inflated ball propelled ( driven) by foot.
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    * fomentar apoyo = build + support.
    * fomentar el conocimiento = advance + knowledge.
    * fomentar el debate = foster + discussion.
    * fomentar el interés = raise + interest, foster + interest.
    * fomentar interés = build + interest.
    * fomentar la competencia = cultivate + competition.
    * fomentar la lectura = promote + reading.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) <industria/turismo> to promote; <ahorro/inversión> to encourage, boost; <disturbio/odio> to incite, foment (frml)

    hay que fomentarles el gusto por la músicaone has to foster o encourage an interest in music in them

    2) (Med) to foment
    * * *
    = advance, boost, cultivate, encourage, foster, further, nurture, promote, abet, foment, spur, elicit, stimulate, drive.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado drove, participio driven.

    Ex: In addition to continuing and advancing programs begun prior to his directorship, Mr. Welsh has initiated the Cataloging in Publication program (CIP).

    Ex: If the title is selected by a book club this helps boost the print-run and overall sales.
    Ex: Such familiarity can be cultivated with experience, and will consider the following features of data bases.
    Ex: A common catalogue encourages users to regard the different information carrying media as part of range of media.
    Ex: Among Mr. Welsh's professional activities and accomplishments are his successful efforts to foster an increased two-way communication between LC's Processing Department and his professional colleagues in the field.
    Ex: IFLA's International Office for Universal Bibliographic Control was established in order to further international control of bibliographic records.
    Ex: Studying the leisure reading preferences of teens can help library media specialists develop collections and programs that nurture a lifelong love of reading.
    Ex: Initially, it is necessary that the scheme be published and available for purchase, and that its use is generally promoted.
    Ex: This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.
    Ex: The formats that emerge can be used by libraries, publishers, and information utilities worldwide to convert printed works to electronic forms or to create original works in electric format, and thus foment the creation of networked electronic library collections.
    Ex: Spurred by press comments on dumping of withdrawn library books in rubbish skips, Birkerd Library requested the Ministry of Culture's permission to sell withdrawn materials.
    Ex: This article looks at ways in which librarians in leadership roles can elicit the motivation, commitment, and personal investment of members of the organisation.
    Ex: An alertness to work in related fields may stimulate creativity in disseminating ideas from one field of study to another, for both the researcher and the manager.
    Ex: The notation 796.33 is used for sporst involving an inflated ball propelled ( driven) by foot.
    * fomentar apoyo = build + support.
    * fomentar el conocimiento = advance + knowledge.
    * fomentar el debate = foster + discussion.
    * fomentar el interés = raise + interest, foster + interest.
    * fomentar interés = build + interest.
    * fomentar la competencia = cultivate + competition.
    * fomentar la lectura = promote + reading.

    * * *
    fomentar [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹industria› to promote; ‹turismo› to promote, encourage, boost; ‹ahorro/inversión› to encourage, boost; ‹disturbio/odio› to incite, foment ( frml)
    hay que fomentarles el gusto por la música one has to foster o encourage an interest in music in them
    2 (fundar) to found
    B ( Med) to foment
    * * *

     

    fomentar ( conjugate fomentar) verbo transitivoindustria/turismo to promote;
    ahorro/inversión to encourage, boost;
    disturbio/odio to incite, foment (frml);
    interés/afición to encourage
    fomentar verbo transitivo to promote
    ' fomentar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    alimentar
    English:
    boost
    - develop
    - encourage
    - foster
    - promote
    - stir up
    - advance
    - whip
    * * *
    1. [favorecer] to encourage, to promote;
    medidas para fomentar el ahorro measures to encourage saving;
    una campaña para fomentar la lectura a campaign to encourage o promote reading
    2. Carib, Méx [organizar] to open, to set up
    * * *
    v/t solidaridad foster; COM promote; rebelión foment, incite
    * * *
    1) : to foment, to stir up
    2) promover: to promote, to foster
    * * *
    fomentar vb to promote

    Spanish-English dictionary > fomentar

  • 3 incitar

    v.
    1 to incite (a la violencia).
    el hambre le incitó a robar hunger made him steal
    ¿qué le incitó a hacerlo? what made him do it?
    María incitó a la multitud Mary incited the multitude
    2 to abet, to instigate.
    María incitó al policía Mary abetted the cop.
    * * *
    1 to incite (a, to)
    * * *
    verb
    2) urge, encourage
    * * *
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    * * *
    = arouse, fuel, prompt, spur, spur on, abet, exhort, instigate, tease, egg on, emplace, twit, taunt, tantalise [tantalize, -USA], set off, goad, incite.
    Ex. The appearance of this volume aroused such a furor within and without the British Museum that further publication of the catalog was suspended.
    Ex. This is in line with recent trends in the historical sciences generally fuelled by the feeling that in the past historians did not pay enough attention to what is, after all, the majority of humanity.
    Ex. An earlier leakage had prompted library staff to make arrangements with a nearby firm of book conservation specialists in the event of a further disaster.
    Ex. Spurred by press comments on dumping of withdrawn library books in rubbish skips, Birkerd Library requested the Ministry of Culture's permission to sell withdrawn materials.
    Ex. The paper-makers, spurred on by the urgent need to increase their supply of raw material, eventually mastered the new technique.
    Ex. This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.
    Ex. As he began to speak, she exhorted herself to pay close attention, not to let herself be so distracted by the earlier event that her mind would be off in some obscure cavern of her soul.
    Ex. The first mass removal of material was instigated by the trade unions and although admitted in 1932 to have been a mistake, the purges proved difficult to stop.
    Ex. I like to be considered one of the team, to joke with and tease the employee but that sure creates a problem when I have to discipline, correct, or fire an employee.
    Ex. In the novel, residents of the drought-plagued hamlet of Champaner, egged on by a salt-of-the-earth hothead leader, recklessly accept a sporting challenge thrown down by the commander of the local British troops.
    Ex. For them musical performance emplaces and embodies community identities in very specific ways.
    Ex. Don't be tempted into twitting me with the past knowledge that you have of me, because it is identical with the past knowledge that I have of you, and in twitting me, you twit yourself.
    Ex. The writer describes how he spent his school days avoiding bullies who taunted him because he was a dancer.
    Ex. He may have wished to tease and tantalize his readers by insoluble problems.
    Ex. The dollar has been losing value, weakening its status as the world's major currency and setting off jitters in the international financial system.
    Ex. Al Qaeda will goad us into war with Iran because it serves their own interests.
    Ex. It is illegal to operate websites inciting terrorism under the Terrorism Act.
    ----
    * incitar a = sting into.
    * incitar a Alguien a la acción = stir + Nombre + into action.
    * incitar camorra = rustle up + trouble.
    * incitar controversia = arouse + controversy.
    * incitar el odio = incite + hatred.
    * incitar escándalo = arouse + furor.
    * incitar hostilidad = arouse + hostility.
    * incitar la curiosidad = provoke + curiosity, excite + curiosity.
    * incitar la violencia = incite + violence.
    * incitar polémica = rattle + Posesivo + cage.
    * incitar una respuesta = provoke + response.
    * preguntas para incitar el debate = discussion question.
    * que incita a la reflexión = provocative of.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    * * *
    = arouse, fuel, prompt, spur, spur on, abet, exhort, instigate, tease, egg on, emplace, twit, taunt, tantalise [tantalize, -USA], set off, goad, incite.

    Ex: The appearance of this volume aroused such a furor within and without the British Museum that further publication of the catalog was suspended.

    Ex: This is in line with recent trends in the historical sciences generally fuelled by the feeling that in the past historians did not pay enough attention to what is, after all, the majority of humanity.
    Ex: An earlier leakage had prompted library staff to make arrangements with a nearby firm of book conservation specialists in the event of a further disaster.
    Ex: Spurred by press comments on dumping of withdrawn library books in rubbish skips, Birkerd Library requested the Ministry of Culture's permission to sell withdrawn materials.
    Ex: The paper-makers, spurred on by the urgent need to increase their supply of raw material, eventually mastered the new technique.
    Ex: This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.
    Ex: As he began to speak, she exhorted herself to pay close attention, not to let herself be so distracted by the earlier event that her mind would be off in some obscure cavern of her soul.
    Ex: The first mass removal of material was instigated by the trade unions and although admitted in 1932 to have been a mistake, the purges proved difficult to stop.
    Ex: I like to be considered one of the team, to joke with and tease the employee but that sure creates a problem when I have to discipline, correct, or fire an employee.
    Ex: In the novel, residents of the drought-plagued hamlet of Champaner, egged on by a salt-of-the-earth hothead leader, recklessly accept a sporting challenge thrown down by the commander of the local British troops.
    Ex: For them musical performance emplaces and embodies community identities in very specific ways.
    Ex: Don't be tempted into twitting me with the past knowledge that you have of me, because it is identical with the past knowledge that I have of you, and in twitting me, you twit yourself.
    Ex: The writer describes how he spent his school days avoiding bullies who taunted him because he was a dancer.
    Ex: He may have wished to tease and tantalize his readers by insoluble problems.
    Ex: The dollar has been losing value, weakening its status as the world's major currency and setting off jitters in the international financial system.
    Ex: Al Qaeda will goad us into war with Iran because it serves their own interests.
    Ex: It is illegal to operate websites inciting terrorism under the Terrorism Act.
    * incitar a = sting into.
    * incitar a Alguien a la acción = stir + Nombre + into action.
    * incitar camorra = rustle up + trouble.
    * incitar controversia = arouse + controversy.
    * incitar el odio = incite + hatred.
    * incitar escándalo = arouse + furor.
    * incitar hostilidad = arouse + hostility.
    * incitar la curiosidad = provoke + curiosity, excite + curiosity.
    * incitar la violencia = incite + violence.
    * incitar polémica = rattle + Posesivo + cage.
    * incitar una respuesta = provoke + response.
    * preguntas para incitar el debate = discussion question.
    * que incita a la reflexión = provocative of.

    * * *
    incitar [A1 ]
    vt
    incitar a algn A algo to incite sb TO sth
    incitaron al ejército a la rebelión they incited the army to rebellion o to rebel
    películas que incitan a la violencia films which encourage violence o which incite people to violence
    lo hizo incitado por sus compañeros his friends encouraged him to do it, his friends put him up to it ( colloq)
    incitar a algn CONTRA algn to incite sb AGAINST sb
    los incitaba contra sus superiores he was inciting them against their superiors
    * * *

    incitar ( conjugate incitar) verbo transitivo incitar a algn a algo to incite sb to sth;
    incitar a algn contra algn to incite sb against sb
    incitar verbo transitivo to incite, urge: sus discursos incitaron a la rebelión, his speeches incited them to rebellion
    ' incitar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    azuzar
    - desafiar
    - invitar
    - picar
    - tentar
    - empujar
    - empujón
    English:
    egg on
    - incite
    - put up to
    - spur
    - sting
    - tempt
    - egg
    - stir
    - whip
    * * *
    to incite;
    un discurso que incita a la violencia a speech inciting people to violence;
    el hambre lo incitó a robar hunger made him steal;
    ¿qué le incitó a hacerlo? what made him do it?;
    incitar a alguien a la fuga/venganza to urge sb to flee/avenge himself
    * * *
    v/t incite
    * * *
    : to incite, to rouse

    Spanish-English dictionary > incitar

  • 4 inducir

    v.
    1 to infer.
    2 to induce (physics).
    María indujo a Ricardo Mary induced Richard.
    María indujo una tragedia Mary induced a tragedy.
    El pararrayos indujo al televisor The lightning rod induced the television
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ CONDUCIR], like link=conducir conducir
    1 (incitar) to induce
    2 (inferir) to infer, deduce
    3 ELECTRICIDAD to induce
    \
    inducir a error to mislead
    * * *
    VT
    1) (Fil) to infer
    2) (Elec) to induce
    3) (=empujar, llevar) to induce
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) (empujar, llevar)

    ¿qué lo indujo a escribir este libro? — what led o prompted o induced you to write this book?

    2) (Der, Elec, Med) to induce
    2.

    esto induce a creer que... — this leads us to believe that...

    * * *
    = induce, abet.
    Ex. Then, the reference librarian has better justification to buy and perhaps to induce others to contribute to the purchase.
    Ex. This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.
    ----
    * que induce a confusión = confounding.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) (empujar, llevar)

    ¿qué lo indujo a escribir este libro? — what led o prompted o induced you to write this book?

    2) (Der, Elec, Med) to induce
    2.

    esto induce a creer que... — this leads us to believe that...

    * * *
    = induce, abet.

    Ex: Then, the reference librarian has better justification to buy and perhaps to induce others to contribute to the purchase.

    Ex: This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.
    * que induce a confusión = confounding.

    * * *
    inducir [I6 ]
    vt
    A
    1 (empujar, llevar) inducir a algn A + INF:
    su actitud nos indujo a pensarlo his attitude led us to think it
    ¿qué fue lo que lo indujo a escribir este libro? what led o prompted o induced you to write this book?
    los indujo a error it led them into error
    2 ( Der) to induce
    B ( Fil) to induce
    C
    1 ( Med) ‹parto› to induce
    2 ( Elec) to induce
    3 ( Psic) ‹comportamiento› to induce, bring on
    ■ inducir
    vi
    estas afirmaciones inducen a creer que … these statements lead us to believe that …
    esto podría inducir a error this could be misleading
    otro factor que puede inducir a la compra de un piso another factor that may encourage o induce people to buy an apartment
    * * *

    inducir verbo transitivo
    1 (llevar a) to lead: lo indujo al crimen, she led him into crime
    2 Fís to induce
    ' inducir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    empujar
    - error
    - inclinar
    - prestarse
    - conmover
    - llevar
    - mover
    English:
    arrange
    - induce
    - lead to
    - move
    - mislead
    * * *
    1. [incitar]
    inducir a alguien a algo/a hacer algo to lead sb into sth/to do sth;
    ello les indujo a pensar que el asesino era el mayordomo this led them to think that the butler was the murderer;
    inducir a error: esa frase puede inducir a error that sentence could be misleading;
    sus instrucciones me indujeron a error her instructions caused o led me to make a mistake
    2. [deducir] to infer
    3. Fís to induce
    * * *
    v/t
    1 ( persuadir) lead, induce (a to)
    2 EL induce
    * * *
    inducir {61} vt
    1) : to induce, to cause
    2) : to infer, to deduce

    Spanish-English dictionary > inducir

  • 5 secundar

    v.
    1 to support, to back (up).
    secundar una propuesta to second a proposal
    2 to back up, to back, to go along with, to be for.
    * * *
    1 to support, second
    * * *
    verb
    to second, support
    * * *
    VT
    1) [+ moción] to second; [+ huelga] to take part in, join
    2) [+ persona] [en un proyecto] to support; [para la votación] to second
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( en proyecto) <persona/esfuerzos> to support, back
    b) <moción/propuesta> ( al proponerla) to second; ( en la votación) to support
    c) < huelga> to join, support
    * * *
    = abet, second.
    Ex. This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.
    Ex. Most of the proposals for establishing gender studies were seconded.
    ----
    * secundar e instigar = aid and abet.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( en proyecto) <persona/esfuerzos> to support, back
    b) <moción/propuesta> ( al proponerla) to second; ( en la votación) to support
    c) < huelga> to join, support
    * * *
    = abet, second.

    Ex: This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.

    Ex: Most of the proposals for establishing gender studies were seconded.
    * secundar e instigar = aid and abet.

    * * *
    secundar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 (en un proyecto) ‹persona/esfuerzos› to support, back
    2 ‹persona/moción/propuesta› (al proponerla) to second; (en la votación) to support
    3 ‹huelga› to join, support
    * * *

    secundar verbo transitivo to back, support
    ' secundar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    second
    - aid
    - go
    * * *
    to support, to back (up);
    secundar una propuesta to second a proposal
    * * *
    v/t support, back
    * * *
    : to support, to second

    Spanish-English dictionary > secundar

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