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relearn

  • 1 aprender

    v.
    aprender a hacer algo to learn to do something
    ¡para que aprendas! that'll teach you!
    Silvia adquirió experiencia Silvia acquired experience.
    * * *
    1 to learn
    2 (memorizar) to learn by heart
    1 to learn, learn by heart
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1.

    aprender algo de memoria — to learn sth (off) by heart, memorize sth

    2.
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo to learn
    2.
    aprender vt <lección/oficio> to learn

    aprender algo de alguien/algo — to learn something from somebody/something

    aprender a + inf — to learn to + inf

    3.
    aprenderse v pron (enf)
    * * *
    = learn, get into, learn + Posesivo + lesson, smarten up, wise up.
    Ex. It is also easy to learn the proper command chain for frequently used library funds.
    Ex. 'But didn't you say that one of the reasons you wanted to leave was because you were tired of macramËéË and wanted to get into computers?'.
    Ex. One lesson soon learned was that cultural and library needs are only a small part of a municipality's overall policy.
    Ex. The article 'Motherboards smarten up' reports on recent technological developments in motherboards = El artículo "Las placas madres aprenden" informa sobre los recientes avances tecnológicos de estas placas.
    Ex. The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
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    * ansioso por aprender = thirsty for knowledge.
    * aprender a = learn + how, develop + a sense of.
    * aprender a fuerza de errores = learn by + trial and error.
    * aprender al dedillo = learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender Algo a base de cometer errores = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender Algo a fuerza de errores = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender Algo a fuerza de golpes = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender a manejar Algo = get + the hang of.
    * aprender a su propio ritmo = learn at + Posesivo + own pace.
    * aprender a vivir con Algo = learn + to live with + Nombre.
    * aprender con la práctica = learn by + doing.
    * aprender de = draw + lessons from.
    * aprender de carretilla = learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender de errores = learn from + errors.
    * aprender de la experiencia = learn from + experience.
    * aprender de la forma más difícil = learn + the hard way.
    * aprender del pasado = learn from + the past.
    * aprender de memoria = memorise [memorize, -USA], learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender de nuevo = relearn.
    * aprender el uno del otro = learn from + one another.
    * aprender en las carnes de Uno = learn + the hard way.
    * aprender haciendo = learn by + doing.
    * aprender la lección = learn + Posesivo + lesson.
    * aprender los trucos del oficio = learn + the ropes.
    * aprender mirando = shadow.
    * aprender mutuamente = learn from + one another.
    * aprender por el método de ensayo y error = learn by + trial and error.
    * aprenderse Algo al dedillo = learn + Nombre + inside-out.
    * aprenderse de memoria = commit to + memory.
    * capaz de aprender = trainable.
    * deseo por aprender = thirst for knowledge.
    * deseoso de aprender = thirsty for knowledge.
    * el que aprende = learner.
    * lecciones aprendidas = lessons learned [lessons learnt].
    * persona que está aprendiendo a conducir = learner driver.
    * volver a aprender = relearn.
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    1.
    verbo intransitivo to learn
    2.
    aprender vt <lección/oficio> to learn

    aprender algo de alguien/algo — to learn something from somebody/something

    aprender a + inf — to learn to + inf

    3.
    aprenderse v pron (enf)
    * * *
    = learn, get into, learn + Posesivo + lesson, smarten up, wise up.

    Ex: It is also easy to learn the proper command chain for frequently used library funds.

    Ex: 'But didn't you say that one of the reasons you wanted to leave was because you were tired of macramËéË and wanted to get into computers?'.
    Ex: One lesson soon learned was that cultural and library needs are only a small part of a municipality's overall policy.
    Ex: The article 'Motherboards smarten up' reports on recent technological developments in motherboards = El artículo "Las placas madres aprenden" informa sobre los recientes avances tecnológicos de estas placas.
    Ex: The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
    * ansioso por aprender = thirsty for knowledge.
    * aprender a = learn + how, develop + a sense of.
    * aprender a fuerza de errores = learn by + trial and error.
    * aprender al dedillo = learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender Algo a base de cometer errores = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender Algo a fuerza de errores = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender Algo a fuerza de golpes = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender a manejar Algo = get + the hang of.
    * aprender a su propio ritmo = learn at + Posesivo + own pace.
    * aprender a vivir con Algo = learn + to live with + Nombre.
    * aprender con la práctica = learn by + doing.
    * aprender de = draw + lessons from.
    * aprender de carretilla = learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender de errores = learn from + errors.
    * aprender de la experiencia = learn from + experience.
    * aprender de la forma más difícil = learn + the hard way.
    * aprender del pasado = learn from + the past.
    * aprender de memoria = memorise [memorize, -USA], learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender de nuevo = relearn.
    * aprender el uno del otro = learn from + one another.
    * aprender en las carnes de Uno = learn + the hard way.
    * aprender haciendo = learn by + doing.
    * aprender la lección = learn + Posesivo + lesson.
    * aprender los trucos del oficio = learn + the ropes.
    * aprender mirando = shadow.
    * aprender mutuamente = learn from + one another.
    * aprender por el método de ensayo y error = learn by + trial and error.
    * aprenderse Algo al dedillo = learn + Nombre + inside-out.
    * aprenderse de memoria = commit to + memory.
    * capaz de aprender = trainable.
    * deseo por aprender = thirst for knowledge.
    * deseoso de aprender = thirsty for knowledge.
    * el que aprende = learner.
    * lecciones aprendidas = lessons learned [lessons learnt].
    * persona que está aprendiendo a conducir = learner driver.
    * volver a aprender = relearn.

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    aprender [E1 ]
    vi
    to learn
    ¡nunca aprenderás! you'll never learn!
    ■ aprender
    vt
    ‹idioma/lección/oficio› to learn
    tienes que aprenderlo de memoria you have to learn it (off) by heart
    aprender algo DE algn to learn sth FROM sb
    los buenos modales los aprendió de su padre he learned his good manners from his father
    aprender A + INF to learn to + INF
    nunca aprendió a leer he never learned to read
    ( enf):
    se aprendió el papel en una tarde she learned the part in an afternoon
    tienen que aprenderse la lección para mañana you have to learn the lesson (by heart) for tomorrow
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    aprender ( conjugate aprender) vi/vt
    to learn;
    aprender a hacer algo to learn to do sth
    aprenderse verbo pronominal ( enf) ‹lección/parte to learn;

    aprender verbo transitivo to learn
    aprender a hacer algo, to learn to do something

    ' aprender' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    A
    - cartilla
    - comedirse
    - guión
    - incapacidad
    - afán
    - conocer
    - enseñar
    - memoria
    - repaso
    English:
    aptitude
    - basic
    - drum
    - eager
    - heart
    - intent
    - learn
    - memorize
    - parrot-fashion
    - pick up
    - ram
    - start
    - study
    - way
    - budget
    - come
    - ever
    - go
    - grip
    - hard
    - lesson
    - pick
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    vt
    to learn;
    aprendí mucho de mi profesor I learned a lot from my teacher;
    aprender a hacer algo to learn to do sth;
    aprender algo de memoria to learn sth by heart;
    Fig
    parece que no han aprendido la lección it seems like they haven't learned their lesson
    vi
    to learn;
    ¡aprende de tu hermana! learn from your sister!;
    ¡para que aprendas! that'll teach you!;
    ¡así aprenderá! that'll teach him!;
    ¡nunca aprenderán! they'll never learn!
    * * *
    v/t learn;
    aprender a leer/conducir learn to read/drive;
    aprender de la experiencia learn from experience
    * * *
    : to learn
    * * *
    aprender vb to learn [pt. & pp. learnt]

    Spanish-English dictionary > aprender

  • 2 aprender de nuevo

    (v.) = relearn
    Ex. This article considers the importance of printed materials; assistance given by staff; and users' problems relearning on-line catalogue searching.
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    (v.) = relearn

    Ex: This article considers the importance of printed materials; assistance given by staff; and users' problems relearning on-line catalogue searching.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aprender de nuevo

  • 3 nuevo

    adj.
    new, modern, recent, novel.
    * * *
    1 new
    2 (adicional) further
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 newcomer (principiante) beginner; (universidad) fresher (US freshman)
    \
    de nuevo again
    coger a alguien de nuevas to take somebody by surprise
    estar (como) nuevo,-a (objeto) to be as good as new 2 (persona) to feel like new, feel as good as new
    hacerse de nuevas to pretend not to know
    ¿qué hay de nuevo? familiar what's new?
    * * *
    (f. - nueva)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=no usado) new

    como nuevo: estos pantalones están como nuevos — these trousers are just like new

    2) (=recién llegado) new
    3)

    de nuevo(=otra vez) again

    * * *
    - va adjetivo
    1)
    a) [ser] <coche/casa/trabajo> new
    b) (delante del n) <intento/cambio> further

    ha surgido un nuevo problemaanother o a further problem has arisen

    c) [ser] <estilo/enfoque> new

    ¿qué hay de nuevo? — (fam) what's new? (colloq)

    todavía lo tengo nuevecito or (CS) nuevito — it's still as good as new

    2)
    * * *
    = emerging, fresh, new [newer -comp., newest -sup.], renewed, rising, unfamiliar, unworn, emergent, fledging, fledgling [fledgeling], uncharted, unchartered, brand new, ever-new, up-and-coming, new found [new-found/newfound], evolving, changing.
    Ex. We have too much invested for us to assume any longer that we can, by sheer force of will, temper their influence on emerging standards.
    Ex. This is a fresh avenue of approach to classification, and shows some promise.
    Ex. The label contains information about the record, indicating, for instance, its length, status, for example, new, amended, type and class.
    Ex. This article calls on libraries to forge a renewed national commitment to cooperate in the building of a national information network for scholarly communications.
    Ex. It is not enough to train the rising generation to meet their new responsibilities, for irreversible decisions must be made before they come to maturity.
    Ex. We are used to background noise in air conditioned buildings but the introduction of additional and unfamiliar sounds from AV equipment may be disturbing.
    Ex. A printer who wanted to achieve a sharp impression from unworn type of even height to paper would put hard rather than soft packing in the tympan.
    Ex. Books for emergent readers should facilitate the acquisition of these concepts.
    Ex. Venture capitalists funded fledging companies in the early days of information technology some of which went on to dominate the market.
    Ex. This article describes the experiences of a fledgling information system in dealing with a hurricane which wreaked devastation on some of the most remote areas of Hawaii = Este artículo describe las experiencias de un sistema de información nuevo al verse afectado por un huracán que devastó algunas de las zonas más remotas de Hawaii.
    Ex. News of boundless timber reserves spread, and before long lumberjacks from the thinning hardwood forests of New England swarmed into the uncharted area with no other possessions than their axes and brawn and the clothing they wore.
    Ex. This author agrees that the facts listed above are unchartered.
    Ex. Information on small, sometimes brand new, companies in the chemical and biotechnology industries is often difficult to find.
    Ex. He was then able to compare sources that made correlations possible and raised ever-new questions.
    Ex. The journal kept me in touch with the established authors in the field but also the new, up-and-coming writers.
    Ex. This could help readers gain a newfound appreciation of each others' childhood through books.
    Ex. One of the objectives is to produce a statement of the role of the Library in the evolving national information program over the next five to seven years.
    Ex. These are the kinds of problems that characteristically arise in the complex and continually changing milieu of libraries and media and information centers.
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    * abrir nuevas fronteras = forge + new frontiers.
    * abrir nuevas posibilidades = open up + new territory, open up + possibilities, open + possibilities.
    * abrir nuevos caminos = break + new ground, push + Nombre + into new latitudes, break + ground, blaze + trail.
    * abrir nuevos horizontes = open + new realms, forge + new frontiers.
    * abrir nuevos mercados = branch into.
    * activo de nuevo = up and about.
    * adquirir una nueva dimensión = take on + new dimension.
    * adquirir un nuevo significado = take on + new dimension.
    * alfombrar de nuevo = recarpet [re-carpet].
    * analizar de nuevo = reexamine [re-examine].
    * añadir una nueva dimensión = add + new dimension.
    * Año Nuevo = New Year.
    * apoyar de nuevo = reendorse.
    * aprender de nuevo = relearn.
    * asumir una nueva faceta = take on + new dimension.
    * Bolsa de Valores de Nueva York = New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
    * borrón y cuenta nueva = a fresh start, clean slate, new leaf.
    * búsqueda de nuevos genes = gene-harvesting.
    * cobrar nuevo entusiasmo = develop + renewed enthusiasm.
    * colocar de nuevo en los estantes = reshelve [re-shelve].
    * comenzar de nuevo = start + all over again, recommence, make + a new start, start over, make + a fresh start.
    * comenzar una nueva vida = make + a new life for + Reflexivo.
    * como nuevo = in mint condition, in tip-top condition, in tip-top form.
    * compañía de nueva creación = startup [start-up].
    * concebirse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * convocar de nuevo = reconvene.
    * crear de nuevo = recreate [re-create].
    * dar a Algo una nueva dimensión = take + Nombre + into a new dimension.
    * dar a Algo una nueva perspectiva = give + Nombre + a new twist.
    * dar nueva forma = reformat [re-format].
    * dar nueva vida = give + Nombre + new life, give + a second life.
    * dar un nuevo acabado = refinish.
    * dar un nuevo impulso = pep up.
    * dar un nuevo nombre = rename.
    * de aspecto nuevo = new-looking.
    * de nueva ola = new-wave.
    * de nuevas formas = in new ways.
    * de nuevas maneras = in new ways.
    * de nuevo = again, once again, yet again, afresh, anew, all over again, redux, over again.
    * de nuevo en este caso = here again.
    * de nuevo en pie = up and about.
    * de nuevos modos = in new ways.
    * desarrollo de nuevos productos = product development.
    * de una nueva forma = in a new way.
    * de una nueva manera = in a new way.
    * de un nuevo modo = in a new way.
    * el nuevo aspecto de = the changing face of, the changing nature of.
    * empezar de nuevo = a fresh start, start over, make + a fresh start.
    * empezar una nueva etapa en la vida = turn over + a new page, turn over + a new leaf.
    * empresa de nueva creación = this sort of thing, startup [start-up].
    * enseñar de nuevo = retrain [re-train].
    * entrada de nuevo = re-entry [reentry].
    * enviar de nuevo = resend [re-send].
    * explorar nuevos horizontes = move on to + pastures new.
    * hacer borrón y cuenta nueva = start with + a clean slate, turn over + a new leaf.
    * hacerlo de nuevo = go and do it again.
    * hasta nuevo aviso = until further notice.
    * idea nueva = fresh idea.
    * infundir nueva vida a = breathe + (new) life into.
    * inscribir de nuevo = reregister.
    * intentar de nuevo = retry [re-try].
    * introducir de nuevo = re-enter [reenter].
    * ir con la nueva ola = ride + wave.
    * lista de nuevas adquisiciones = acquisitions list.
    * llevar a Algo a una nueva dimensión = take + Nombre + into a new dimension.
    * luna nueva = new moon.
    * mencionar de nuevo = restate [re-state].
    * mencionar de nuevo innecesariamente = belabour [belabor, -USA].
    * mostrar de nuevo = redisplay.
    * nacido de nuevo = born again.
    * Nueva Brunswick = New Brunswick.
    * nueva edición = new edition.
    * nueva era = new age.
    * Nueva Escocia = Nova Scotia.
    * nueva evaluación = reappraisal.
    * Nueva Gales del Sur = New South Wales.
    * Nueva Guinea = New Guinea.
    * nueva idea = reform idea.
    * Nueva Inglaterra = New England.
    * nueva lectura = rereading [re-reading].
    * nueva línea = linefeed.
    * Nueva Ola, la = New Wave, the.
    * Nueva Orleans = New Orleans.
    * nueva perspectiva = new light.
    * nueva promesa = rising star.
    * nueva redacción = redraft, rewrite [re-write].
    * nuevas fronteras = new horizons.
    * nueva tirada = rerun.
    * nueva versión = upgrade, remake.
    * nueva vida = greener pastures, pastures new.
    * nueva visita = return visit.
    * Nueva York = New York (NY).
    * Nueva Zelanda = New Zealand (NZ).
    * nuevo análisis = reanalysis [reanalyses, -pl.].
    * nuevo comienzo = new beginning, clean slate, new leaf.
    * Nuevo Méjico = New Mexico.
    * nuevo miembro = entrant.
    * Nuevo Mundo, el = New World, the.
    * nuevo nombramiento = reappointment.
    * nuevo resurgir = second wind.
    * nuevos avances = future development(s).
    * nuevos conversos, los = recently converted, the.
    * nuevos horizontes = greener pastures, pastures new.
    * nuevos retos = new horizons.
    * nuevos tiempos, los = wind(s) of change, the.
    * Nuevo Testamento = New Testament (N.T.).
    * nuevo valor = newcomer.
    * nuevo vecino del barrio = new kid on the block.
    * NYPL (Biblioteca Pública de Nueva York) = NYPL (New York Public Library).
    * pintar de nuevo = repaint [re-paint].
    * prensentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = present + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva óptica = throw + new light on.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = throw + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentar Algo desde un nuevo ángulo = throw + new light on.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on, throw + new light on.
    * presentarse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * reunirse de nuevo = reconvene.
    * salir de nuevo = come back out.
    * sangre nueva = new blood.
    * sentirse como nuevo = be right as rain.
    * surgiendo de nuevas = on the rebound.
    * un nuevo comienzo = a fresh start.
    * un nuevo impulso = a new lease of life.
    * ver Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = view + Nombre + in a new light, see + Nombre + in a new light.
    * ver desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on.
    * ver + Nombre + con nuevos ojos = view + Nombre + through fresh eyes.
    * vino nuevo en pellejos viejos = new wine in old wineskins.
    * víspera de Año Nuevo = New Year's Eve.
    * vivir de nuevo = relive.
    * volver de nuevo = come back out.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo
    1)
    a) [ser] <coche/casa/trabajo> new
    b) (delante del n) <intento/cambio> further

    ha surgido un nuevo problemaanother o a further problem has arisen

    c) [ser] <estilo/enfoque> new

    ¿qué hay de nuevo? — (fam) what's new? (colloq)

    todavía lo tengo nuevecito or (CS) nuevito — it's still as good as new

    2)
    * * *
    = emerging, fresh, new [newer -comp., newest -sup.], renewed, rising, unfamiliar, unworn, emergent, fledging, fledgling [fledgeling], uncharted, unchartered, brand new, ever-new, up-and-coming, new found [new-found/newfound], evolving, changing.

    Ex: We have too much invested for us to assume any longer that we can, by sheer force of will, temper their influence on emerging standards.

    Ex: This is a fresh avenue of approach to classification, and shows some promise.
    Ex: The label contains information about the record, indicating, for instance, its length, status, for example, new, amended, type and class.
    Ex: This article calls on libraries to forge a renewed national commitment to cooperate in the building of a national information network for scholarly communications.
    Ex: It is not enough to train the rising generation to meet their new responsibilities, for irreversible decisions must be made before they come to maturity.
    Ex: We are used to background noise in air conditioned buildings but the introduction of additional and unfamiliar sounds from AV equipment may be disturbing.
    Ex: A printer who wanted to achieve a sharp impression from unworn type of even height to paper would put hard rather than soft packing in the tympan.
    Ex: Books for emergent readers should facilitate the acquisition of these concepts.
    Ex: Venture capitalists funded fledging companies in the early days of information technology some of which went on to dominate the market.
    Ex: This article describes the experiences of a fledgling information system in dealing with a hurricane which wreaked devastation on some of the most remote areas of Hawaii = Este artículo describe las experiencias de un sistema de información nuevo al verse afectado por un huracán que devastó algunas de las zonas más remotas de Hawaii.
    Ex: News of boundless timber reserves spread, and before long lumberjacks from the thinning hardwood forests of New England swarmed into the uncharted area with no other possessions than their axes and brawn and the clothing they wore.
    Ex: This author agrees that the facts listed above are unchartered.
    Ex: Information on small, sometimes brand new, companies in the chemical and biotechnology industries is often difficult to find.
    Ex: He was then able to compare sources that made correlations possible and raised ever-new questions.
    Ex: The journal kept me in touch with the established authors in the field but also the new, up-and-coming writers.
    Ex: This could help readers gain a newfound appreciation of each others' childhood through books.
    Ex: One of the objectives is to produce a statement of the role of the Library in the evolving national information program over the next five to seven years.
    Ex: These are the kinds of problems that characteristically arise in the complex and continually changing milieu of libraries and media and information centers.
    * abrir nuevas fronteras = forge + new frontiers.
    * abrir nuevas posibilidades = open up + new territory, open up + possibilities, open + possibilities.
    * abrir nuevos caminos = break + new ground, push + Nombre + into new latitudes, break + ground, blaze + trail.
    * abrir nuevos horizontes = open + new realms, forge + new frontiers.
    * abrir nuevos mercados = branch into.
    * activo de nuevo = up and about.
    * adquirir una nueva dimensión = take on + new dimension.
    * adquirir un nuevo significado = take on + new dimension.
    * alfombrar de nuevo = recarpet [re-carpet].
    * analizar de nuevo = reexamine [re-examine].
    * añadir una nueva dimensión = add + new dimension.
    * Año Nuevo = New Year.
    * apoyar de nuevo = reendorse.
    * aprender de nuevo = relearn.
    * asumir una nueva faceta = take on + new dimension.
    * Bolsa de Valores de Nueva York = New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
    * borrón y cuenta nueva = a fresh start, clean slate, new leaf.
    * búsqueda de nuevos genes = gene-harvesting.
    * cobrar nuevo entusiasmo = develop + renewed enthusiasm.
    * colocar de nuevo en los estantes = reshelve [re-shelve].
    * comenzar de nuevo = start + all over again, recommence, make + a new start, start over, make + a fresh start.
    * comenzar una nueva vida = make + a new life for + Reflexivo.
    * como nuevo = in mint condition, in tip-top condition, in tip-top form.
    * compañía de nueva creación = startup [start-up].
    * concebirse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * convocar de nuevo = reconvene.
    * crear de nuevo = recreate [re-create].
    * dar a Algo una nueva dimensión = take + Nombre + into a new dimension.
    * dar a Algo una nueva perspectiva = give + Nombre + a new twist.
    * dar nueva forma = reformat [re-format].
    * dar nueva vida = give + Nombre + new life, give + a second life.
    * dar un nuevo acabado = refinish.
    * dar un nuevo impulso = pep up.
    * dar un nuevo nombre = rename.
    * de aspecto nuevo = new-looking.
    * de nueva ola = new-wave.
    * de nuevas formas = in new ways.
    * de nuevas maneras = in new ways.
    * de nuevo = again, once again, yet again, afresh, anew, all over again, redux, over again.
    * de nuevo en este caso = here again.
    * de nuevo en pie = up and about.
    * de nuevos modos = in new ways.
    * desarrollo de nuevos productos = product development.
    * de una nueva forma = in a new way.
    * de una nueva manera = in a new way.
    * de un nuevo modo = in a new way.
    * el nuevo aspecto de = the changing face of, the changing nature of.
    * empezar de nuevo = a fresh start, start over, make + a fresh start.
    * empezar una nueva etapa en la vida = turn over + a new page, turn over + a new leaf.
    * empresa de nueva creación = this sort of thing, startup [start-up].
    * enseñar de nuevo = retrain [re-train].
    * entrada de nuevo = re-entry [reentry].
    * enviar de nuevo = resend [re-send].
    * explorar nuevos horizontes = move on to + pastures new.
    * hacer borrón y cuenta nueva = start with + a clean slate, turn over + a new leaf.
    * hacerlo de nuevo = go and do it again.
    * hasta nuevo aviso = until further notice.
    * idea nueva = fresh idea.
    * infundir nueva vida a = breathe + (new) life into.
    * inscribir de nuevo = reregister.
    * intentar de nuevo = retry [re-try].
    * introducir de nuevo = re-enter [reenter].
    * ir con la nueva ola = ride + wave.
    * lista de nuevas adquisiciones = acquisitions list.
    * llevar a Algo a una nueva dimensión = take + Nombre + into a new dimension.
    * luna nueva = new moon.
    * mencionar de nuevo = restate [re-state].
    * mencionar de nuevo innecesariamente = belabour [belabor, -USA].
    * mostrar de nuevo = redisplay.
    * nacido de nuevo = born again.
    * Nueva Brunswick = New Brunswick.
    * nueva edición = new edition.
    * nueva era = new age.
    * Nueva Escocia = Nova Scotia.
    * nueva evaluación = reappraisal.
    * Nueva Gales del Sur = New South Wales.
    * Nueva Guinea = New Guinea.
    * nueva idea = reform idea.
    * Nueva Inglaterra = New England.
    * nueva lectura = rereading [re-reading].
    * nueva línea = linefeed.
    * Nueva Ola, la = New Wave, the.
    * Nueva Orleans = New Orleans.
    * nueva perspectiva = new light.
    * nueva promesa = rising star.
    * nueva redacción = redraft, rewrite [re-write].
    * nuevas fronteras = new horizons.
    * nueva tirada = rerun.
    * nueva versión = upgrade, remake.
    * nueva vida = greener pastures, pastures new.
    * nueva visita = return visit.
    * Nueva York = New York (NY).
    * Nueva Zelanda = New Zealand (NZ).
    * nuevo análisis = reanalysis [reanalyses, -pl.].
    * nuevo comienzo = new beginning, clean slate, new leaf.
    * Nuevo Méjico = New Mexico.
    * nuevo miembro = entrant.
    * Nuevo Mundo, el = New World, the.
    * nuevo nombramiento = reappointment.
    * nuevo resurgir = second wind.
    * nuevos avances = future development(s).
    * nuevos conversos, los = recently converted, the.
    * nuevos horizontes = greener pastures, pastures new.
    * nuevos retos = new horizons.
    * nuevos tiempos, los = wind(s) of change, the.
    * Nuevo Testamento = New Testament (N.T.).
    * nuevo valor = newcomer.
    * nuevo vecino del barrio = new kid on the block.
    * NYPL (Biblioteca Pública de Nueva York) = NYPL (New York Public Library).
    * pintar de nuevo = repaint [re-paint].
    * prensentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = present + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva óptica = throw + new light on.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = throw + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentar Algo desde un nuevo ángulo = throw + new light on.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on, throw + new light on.
    * presentarse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * reunirse de nuevo = reconvene.
    * salir de nuevo = come back out.
    * sangre nueva = new blood.
    * sentirse como nuevo = be right as rain.
    * surgiendo de nuevas = on the rebound.
    * un nuevo comienzo = a fresh start.
    * un nuevo impulso = a new lease of life.
    * ver Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = view + Nombre + in a new light, see + Nombre + in a new light.
    * ver desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on.
    * ver + Nombre + con nuevos ojos = view + Nombre + through fresh eyes.
    * vino nuevo en pellejos viejos = new wine in old wineskins.
    * víspera de Año Nuevo = New Year's Eve.
    * vivir de nuevo = relive.
    * volver de nuevo = come back out.

    * * *
    nuevo -va
    A
    1 [ SER] (de poco tiempo) ‹coche/juguete/ropa› new
    me lo dejaron como nuevo it was as good as new when I got it back
    soy nuevo en la oficina I'm new in the office
    2 [ SER] (que sustituye a otro) ‹casa/novio/trabajo› new
    3 ( delante del n) (otro) ‹intento/cambio› further
    ha surgido un nuevo problema another o a further problem has arisen
    decidieron darle una nueva oportunidad they decided to give him another chance
    4 [ SER] (original, distinto) ‹estilo/enfoque› new
    no dijo nada nuevo she didn't say anything new
    ¿que hay de nuevo? ( fam); what's new? ( colloq)
    5 [ ESTAR] (no desgastado) as good as new
    todavía lo tengo nuevo or (CS) nuevito it's still as good as new
    Compuestos:
    feminine new wave
    fpl new technology
    nuevo rico, nueva rica
    masculine, feminine nouveau riche
    masculine New Testament
    B
    de nuevo again
    de nuevo tengo el honor de … again o once again o once more I have the privilege of …
    * * *

     

    nuevo
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    a) [ser] ‹estilo/coche/novio new;


    de nuevo again;
    ¿qué hay de nuevo what's new? (colloq);
    nuevo rico nouveau riche
    b) ( delante del n) ‹intento/cambio further;

    ha surgido un nuevo problema another o a further problem has arisen;

    Nnuevo Testamento New Testament
    c) [estar] ( no desgastado) as good as new

    nuevo,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 new: tengo un coche nuevo, I've got a new car
    2 (añadido) further: hay nuevas averías, there are further faults
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino newcomer
    (novato) beginner
    ♦ Locuciones: de nuevo, again
    ' nuevo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adicta
    - adicto
    - ambicionar
    - ambientarse
    - año
    - astronómica
    - astronómico
    - aterrizar
    - aviso
    - cara
    - cercado
    - continente
    - decir
    - desarrollar
    - editar
    - emocionada
    - emocionado
    - emplazar
    - entusiasmada
    - entusiasmado
    - escorrentía
    - estallido
    - excavar
    - flotación
    - ir
    - generar
    - hablar
    - impresión
    - incorporarse
    - mirlo
    - N. T.
    - nada
    - nueva
    - replantar
    - rumbo
    - sacar
    - salida
    - sanear
    - tener
    - testamento
    - vaya
    - contar
    - cuño
    - día
    - entrada
    - entrante
    - feliz
    - flamante
    - haber
    - inédito
    English:
    advertise
    - afford
    - afresh
    - again
    - agony
    - ambivalent
    - amorphous
    - analyst
    - anew
    - anticipate
    - arrest
    - assignment
    - austerity
    - authenticity
    - back
    - bash out
    - beating
    - bomb
    - book
    - brag
    - brand-new
    - bring up
    - brink
    - call back
    - chapter
    - clean
    - come out
    - comedown
    - commit
    - crisp
    - daunt
    - delay
    - design
    - dissuade
    - do
    - donation
    - drastic
    - drum up
    - exploit
    - fail
    - find
    - format
    - forthcoming
    - founder
    - fresh
    - fund
    - further
    - game
    - get
    - go up
    * * *
    nuevo, -a
    adj
    1. [reciente] new;
    tengo una casa nueva I've got a new house;
    es el nuevo director he's the new manager
    Nueva Caledonia New Caledonia;
    el nuevo continente [América] the New World;
    Nueva Delhi New Delhi;
    nuevo economía new economy;
    Hist Nueva España New Spain [Spanish colonial viceroyalty that included Mexico, the southern part of the US and parts of Central America]; Hist Nueva Granada New Granada [Spanish colonial viceroyalty that included the central and northwestern parts of South America];
    Nueva Guinea New Guinea;
    Nueva Inglaterra New England;
    Nueva Jersey New Jersey;
    Nuevo México New Mexico;
    el Nuevo Mundo the New World;
    la nueva ola the New Wave;
    el nuevo orden mundial the new world order;
    Nueva Orleans New Orleans;
    nuevo rico nouveau riche;
    nuevo sol [moneda] new sol;
    nuevas tecnologías new technology;
    el Nuevo Testamento the New Testament;
    Nueva York New York;
    Nueva Zelanda New Zealand
    2. [poco usado] new;
    este abrigo está nuevo this coat is new;
    un poco de betún y quedarán como nuevos with a bit of polish they'll be as good as new;
    después del baño me quedé como nuevo I felt like a new person after my bath
    3. [inédito] new;
    esto es nuevo para mí, no lo sabía that's news to me, I didn't know it
    4. [sin experiencia] new;
    soy nuevo en esta clase I'm new in this class;
    es nuevo en la profesión he's new to the profession
    5. [hortaliza] new, fresh;
    [vino] young
    6. [repetido] renewed,
    de nuevo again;
    se han producido nuevos enfrentamientos there have been renewed clashes
    nm,f
    newcomer
    * * *
    adj
    1 new;
    sentirse como nuevo feel like new;
    ¿qué hay de nuevo? what’s new?
    2 ( otro) another;
    de nuevo again
    * * *
    nuevo, -va adj
    1) : new
    una casa nueva: a new house
    ¿qué hay de nuevo?: what's new?
    2)
    de nuevo : again, once more
    * * *
    nuevo adj new
    ¿qué hay de nuevo? what's new?

    Spanish-English dictionary > nuevo

  • 4 volver

    v.
    1 to turn round (dar la vuelta a).
    al volver la esquina when we turned the corner
    Ella volvió la tortilla She turned the tortilla.
    Volvió inservible el carro.. It rendered the car useless.
    2 to turn (cabeza, ojos).
    3 to go back, to return (ir de vuelta).
    yo allí no vuelvo I'm not going back there
    vuelve, no te vayas come back, don't go
    al volver pasé por el supermercado I stopped off at the supermarket on the o my way back
    aún no ha vuelto del trabajo she isn't back o hasn't got back from work yet
    volver en sí to come to, to regain consciousness
    Ellos volvieron ayer They returned yesterday.
    4 to come back to.
    Me volvieron los recuerdos Memories came back to me.
    5 to vomit.
    Ella volvió los tacos She vomited the tacos.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ MOVER], like link=mover mover (pp vuelto,-a)
    1 (dar vuelta a) to turn, turn over; (hacia abajo) to turn upside down; (de dentro afuera) to turn inside out; (lo de atrás hacia delante) to turn back to front
    2 (convertir) to turn, make, change
    3 (devolver) to give back; (a su lugar) to put back
    4 (torcer) to turn
    1 (regresar) to return; (ir) to go back; (venir) to come back
    2 (a un tema etc) to return, revert
    1 (regresar - ir) to go back; (- venir) to come back
    3 (convertirse) to turn, become
    \
    volver a alguien a la vida to revive somebody, bring somebody back to life
    volver a las andadas to fall back into one's old habits
    volver del revés to turn inside out
    volver en sí to regain consciousness, come round
    volver los ojos hacia to turn one's eyes towards
    volver sobre sus pasos to retrace one's steps
    volverle la espalda a alguien figurado to turn one's back on somebody
    volverse atrás figurado to go back on one's word, back out
    volverse en contra de alguien to turn against somebody
    * * *
    verb
    2) go back, come back
    4) cause, drive, make
    - volverse
    * * *
    ( pp vuelto)
    1. VT
    1) (=dar la vuelta a) [+ cabeza] to turn; [+ colchón, tortilla, enfermo] to turn over; [+ jersey, calcetín] to turn inside out; [+ página] to turn, turn over

    volver la espaldato turn away

    volver la esquinato go round o turn the corner

    2) (=cambiar la orientación de) to turn

    volver la vista atrásto look back

    volver los ojos al pasado — to look back

    volver el pensamiento a Dios — to turn one's thoughts to God

    volver la proa al viento — to turn the bow into the wind

    3) *
    (=devolver) [+ compra] to return; [+ comida] to bring up; [+ imagen] to reflect; [+ objeto lanzado] to send back, return; [+ visita] to return

    volver algo a su lugar — to return sth to its place, put sth back (in its place)

    volver la casa a su estado originalto return o restore the house to its original condition

    4) (=enrollar) [+ manga] to roll up
    5) [+ adj] to make

    el ácido lo vuelve azul — the acid turns it blue, the acid makes it go blue

    6) (Ling) to translate (a into)
    2. VI
    1) (=regresar) (a donde se está) to come back, return; (a donde se estaba) to go back, return (a to) ([de] from)

    volver victorioso — to come back victorious, return in triumph

    volviendo a lo que decía... — going back o returning to what I was saying...

    volver atrás — to go back, turn back

    volver a una costumbreto revert to a habit

    2)

    volver a hacer algo — to do sth again

    me he vuelto a equivocar — I've made a mistake again, I've made another mistake

    volvió a casarse — she remarried, she (got) married again

    3)

    volver en — to come to, come round

    4) [camino] to turn (a to)
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo
    1) ( regresar - al lugar donde se está) to come back; (- a otro lugar) to go back

    ¿cómo vas a volver? — how are you getting back?

    volvió muy cambiadashe came back o returned a different person

    ¿cuándo piensas volver por aquí? — when do you think you'll be o come back this way?

    volver a algo< a un lugar> to go back to something; <a una situación/actividad> to return to something

    volviendo a lo que decía... — to get o go back to what I was saying...

    volver de algo: ¿cuándo volviste de las vacaciones? when did you get back from your vacation?; ha vuelto de Roma she's back from Rome; volvió cansado del trabajo he was tired when he got home from work; volver atrás — ( literal) to go o turn back; ( al pasado) to turn back the clock

    2)
    a) ( repetirse) momento to return
    b) calma/paz to return
    3)
    2.
    volver v aux

    volver a + inf: volver a empezar to start again o (AmE) over; no volverá a ocurrir it won't happen again; no lo volví a ver I never saw him again; lo tuve que volver a llevar al taller — I had to take it back to the workshop

    3.
    volver vt
    a) <colchón/tortilla> to turn (over); < tierra> to turn o dig over; <calcetín/chaqueta> ( poner del revés) to turn... inside out; ( poner del derecho) to turn... the right way round; < cuello> to turn
    b) <cabeza/mirada>
    c) < esquina> to turn
    2) (convertir en, poner)

    me está volviendo loca — it's/he's/she's driving me mad

    3) (Méx)
    4.
    volverse v pron
    1) ( girar) to turn (around)

    no te vuelvas, que nos están siguiendo — don't look back, we're being followed

    volverse boca arriba/abajo — to turn over onto one's back/stomach

    volverse atrásto back out

    2) (convertirse en, ponerse)

    se vuelve agrioit turns o goes sour

    * * *
    = come back, render, return, switch back, turn back, turn over + page, turn over, get back, be back.
    Ex. He wondered whether to chase after Duff and order him to come back or wait and see him later, after she had regained her composure.
    Ex. So strongly was it felt by proponents of change that just such unconscious biases rendered libraries 'part of the problem, instead of the solution'.
    Ex. Returning to government agencies, some agencies are treated as subordinate to a government, whilst others are entered independently.
    Ex. A code at the bottom of the local document summary and full information screens allow switching back to the system catalog.
    Ex. It might be wise for you to turn back and re-read what was said in section 2.
    Ex. Turn over the page and you will find suggested analyses against which you can check your solution.
    Ex. Then he picked up about 2 cm. of type from the right-hand end of the uppermost line (i.e. the last word or two of the last line) with the thumb and forefinger of his right hand, read it, and dropped the pieces of type one by one into their proper boxes, turning over the old house.
    Ex. I have been off on vacation and just got back.
    Ex. Which means I'd give the whole shooting match just to be back where I was before I quit sleeping under the stars and come into the hen-coops.
    ----
    * acción de volver a contar algo = retelling.
    * aguas + volver a su cauce = dust + settle.
    * hacer que la gente se vuelva a mirar = make + heads turn.
    * hora de volver a casa = curfew.
    * la historia + volverse a repetir = history + come full circle.
    * las cosas + volver + a su punto de partida = the wheel + turn + full circle.
    * no volver = go + forever.
    * no volver hasta + Expresión Temporal = not be back for + Expresión Temporal.
    * no volver la vista atrás = never + look back.
    * que puede volver a cerrarse herméticamente = resealable.
    * volvemos siempre al principio = things swing full circle.
    * volver a = depart to, get back to, go back to, move back to, revert (to), go + full circle back to, circle back to, backtrack [back-track], recur to, roll back to, revert back to, head back to, slide back to, default to.
    * volver a abrir = be back in business.
    * volver a adoptar = resume.
    * volver a albergar = rehouse [re-house].
    * volver a alfombrar = recarpet [re-carpet].
    * volver a Alguien loco = drive + Alguien + up a wall, drive + Alguien + to despair, drive + Alguien + mad, drive + Alguien + insane, drive + Alguien + crazy, drive + Alguien + nuts, drive + Alguien + potty.
    * volver a almacenar = rehouse [re-house].
    * volver a alojar = rehouse [re-house].
    * volver a alquilar = rehire [re-hire].
    * volver a analizar = reexamine [re-examine], reanalyse [reanalyze, -USA].
    * volver a aparecer = resurface.
    * volver a aprender = relearn.
    * volver a asegurar = reinsure.
    * volver a asentar = resettle.
    * volver a atar = re-tie.
    * volver a bautizar = re-baptise [re-baptize, -USA].
    * volver a caer (en) = relapse (into).
    * volver a calcular = recalculation.
    * volver a cargar = reload.
    * volver a casa = go + home again.
    * volver a casarse = remarry.
    * volver a clasificar = refolder.
    * volver a combinar = recombine [re-combine].
    * volver a comprimir = recompress.
    * volver a comprobar = check back.
    * volver a conectar = reconnect [re-connect].
    * volver a congelarse = re-freeze [refreeze].
    * volver a considerar = reconsider.
    * volver a consultar = revisit, check back.
    * volver a contar = recount, retell.
    * volver a contextualizar = recontextualise [recontextualize, USA].
    * volver a contratar = rehire [re-hire].
    * volver a convertir = reconvert.
    * volver a convocar = reconvene.
    * volver a copiar = recopy.
    * volver a crear = recreate [re-create].
    * volver a dar forma = reshape [re-shape].
    * volver a descubrir = rediscover.
    * volver a despertar = reawaken [re-awaken].
    * volver a determinar = respecify.
    * volver a diseñar = redesign [re-design], repurpose [re-purpose].
    * volver a dotar = re-equip [reequip].
    * volver a ejecutar = rerun [re-run].
    * volver a empezar = return to + the drawing boards, back to the drawing board, a fresh start, start over, go back to + square one, be back to square one.
    * volver a empezar de cero = be back to square one, go back to + square one.
    * volver a encuadernar = rebind [re-bind].
    * volver a enmoquetar = recarpeting.
    * volver a enseñar = retrain [re-train].
    * volver a entrar = come back in.
    * volver a enviar = resubmit [re-submit], reship, resend [re-send].
    * volver a equipar = re-equip [reequip].
    * volver a escribir = retype [re-type], rewrite [re-write].
    * volver a especificar = respecify.
    * volver a establecer equivalencias = remap.
    * volver a evaluar = reassess [re-assess], reevaluate [re-evaluate], reappraise.
    * volver a financiar = re-fund.
    * volver a formarse = reform.
    * volver a formatear = reformat [re-format].
    * volver a funcionar = be back in business.
    * volver a guardar = rehouse [re-house].
    * volver a hablar innecesariamente = belabour [belabor, -USA].
    * volver a hacer = redo [re-do], remake.
    * volver a hacer un examen = retake + an exam.
    * volver a hidratar = rehydrate.
    * volver a imprimir = reprint.
    * volver a incluir = reinstate.
    * volver a indizar = re-index [reindex].
    * volver a inscribir = reregister.
    * volver a insertar = reinsert.
    * volver a insertar en el ordenador = rekey [re-key].
    * volver a intentar = retry [re-try].
    * volver a interpretar = reinterpret [re-interpret].
    * volver a introducir = re-enter [reenter], reintroduce, reinsert.
    * volver a juzgar = retry [re-try].
    * volver a la etapa de planificación = return to + the drawing boards, back to the drawing board.
    * volver a la normalidad = get back to + normal, return to + normalcy, get (back) into + the swings of things.
    * volver a la popularidad = return to + favour.
    * volver a la seguridad de = burrow back into.
    * volver a la vida normal = get (back) into + the swings of things.
    * volver a leer = reread [re-read].
    * volver a levantar el sistema = restart.
    * volver Algo a su estado anterior = put + Nombre + back on track.
    * volver Algo del revés = turn + Nombre + inside-out.
    * volver Algo en Otra Cosa = turn + Nombre + into.
    * volver al pasado = turn + the clock back.
    * volver al principio = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle.
    * volver al punto de partida = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle, go back to + square one, be back to square one.
    * volver al redil = return to + the fold.
    * volver a manejar = rehandle.
    * volver a mezclar = remix.
    * volver a montar = reassemble [re-assemble].
    * volver a mostrar = redisplay.
    * volver a nacer = have + a lucky escape, have + a narrow escape.
    * volver a nombrar = rename.
    * volver a ordenar = resort.
    * volver a oxidar = reoxidise [reoxidize, -USA].
    * volver a pedir = reorder [re-order].
    * volver a pintar = repaint [re-paint].
    * volver a planificar = reschedule.
    * volver a plantearse = reconceive of.
    * volver a ponerse al día = be back on track, be on track.
    * volver a por sus fueros = be back on track, be on track, bite back.
    * volver a preguntar = check back.
    * volver a presentar = resubmit [re-submit].
    * volver a prestar atención = refocus + attention.
    * volver a procesar = reprocess.
    * volver a programar = reschedule.
    * volver a promover un producto = rehyping.
    * volver a publicar = reissue [re-issue].
    * volver a recibir financiación = re-fund.
    * volver a representar = remap.
    * volver a reunir = reassemble [re-assemble].
    * volver a salir = come back out.
    * volver a salir a la superficie = resurface.
    * volver a ser condenado = reconviction.
    * volver a ser lo que era = be back on track, be on track.
    * volver a subvencionar = re-fund.
    * volver a su camino = get back on + track, get back on + Posesivo + path.
    * volver a tomar = regain, retake.
    * volver a traducir = remap.
    * volver a traer = restore.
    * volver atrás = turn + the clock back, go + backwards.
    * volver a tratar = revisit.
    * volver a unir = reunite [re-unite].
    * volver a untar grasa al cojinete = repack + bearing.
    * volver a usar = reuse [re-use].
    * volver a utilizar = recapture, reutilise [reutilize, -USA].
    * volver a vivir = relive.
    * volver corriendo = scurry back.
    * volver de nuevo = come back out.
    * volver el reloj atrás = turn + the clock back.
    * volver en + Expresión Temporal = be back in + Expresión Temporal.
    * volver en sí = regain + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * volver hacia atrás = backtrack [back-track].
    * volver la casa al revés = turn + everything upside down.
    * volver la espalda = give + Nombre + the cold shoulder, turn + a cold shoulder to, cold-shoulder.
    * volver la espalda a = turn + Posesivo + back on.
    * volver la página = turn over + page.
    * volver las tornas = turn + the tables (on).
    * volver la vista atrás = look back.
    * volverlo a hacer = go and do it again.
    * volver loco = drive + Alguien + (a)round the bend, piss + Nombre + off.
    * volver loco a Alguien = have + Nombre + jump through the hoops, push + Alguien + over the edge.
    * volver loco, exasperar, sacar de quicio, cabrear, encabronar, dar por culo, = piss + Nombre + off.
    * volver pronto = haste back.
    * volverse = become, turn into, swing around, turn (a)round.
    * volverse + Adjetivo = grow + Adjetivo.
    * volverse a reunir = reconvene.
    * volverse a unir a = rejoin.
    * volverse chalado = go off + Posesivo + rocker.
    * volverse chiflado = go + potty, go off + Posesivo + rocker.
    * volverse ciego = become + blind.
    * volverse + Color = turn to + Color.
    * volverse cruel = become + vicious.
    * volverse en contra de = turn against.
    * volverse estúpido = go off + Posesivo + rocker.
    * volverse etéreo = etherealise [etherealize, -USA].
    * volverse frenético = go + berserk, go + postal, go + crazy, work up + a lather.
    * volverse ilegible = become + unreadable.
    * volverse líquido = turn to + liquid.
    * volverse loco = go + bananas, take + leave of + Posesivo + senses, go + mad, run + amok, lose + Posesivo + marbles, go + bonkers, go + berserk, go + postal, go + wild, go + crazy, go + nuts, go + potty, get + a buzz from, go out of + Posesivo + mind, throw + a wobbly, go off + the rails, throw + a wobbler, go + haywire, go off + Posesivo + rocker.
    * volverse loco de alegría = thrill + Nombre + to bits, be chuffed to bits, be tickled pink.
    * volverse loco por = sweep + Nombre + off + Posesivo + feet, go + gaga (over).
    * volverse majareta = go + potty, go out of + Posesivo + mind, go off + the rails, go off + Posesivo + rocker.
    * volverse marrón = turn + brown.
    * volverse obscuro = turn + dark.
    * volverse obsoleto = go out of + date, become + obsolete, go out of + fashion, obsolesce.
    * volverse obsoleto, pasar de moda, caducar = become + obsolete.
    * volverse oscuro = turn + dark.
    * volverse violento = turn + violent.
    * volver sobre = retrace.
    * volver sobre los pasos de Uno = double-back, retrace + Posesivo + steps, retrace + Posesivo + footsteps, go back on + Posesivo + steps.
    * volver tarde a casa = stay out + late.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo
    1) ( regresar - al lugar donde se está) to come back; (- a otro lugar) to go back

    ¿cómo vas a volver? — how are you getting back?

    volvió muy cambiadashe came back o returned a different person

    ¿cuándo piensas volver por aquí? — when do you think you'll be o come back this way?

    volver a algo< a un lugar> to go back to something; <a una situación/actividad> to return to something

    volviendo a lo que decía... — to get o go back to what I was saying...

    volver de algo: ¿cuándo volviste de las vacaciones? when did you get back from your vacation?; ha vuelto de Roma she's back from Rome; volvió cansado del trabajo he was tired when he got home from work; volver atrás — ( literal) to go o turn back; ( al pasado) to turn back the clock

    2)
    a) ( repetirse) momento to return
    b) calma/paz to return
    3)
    2.
    volver v aux

    volver a + inf: volver a empezar to start again o (AmE) over; no volverá a ocurrir it won't happen again; no lo volví a ver I never saw him again; lo tuve que volver a llevar al taller — I had to take it back to the workshop

    3.
    volver vt
    a) <colchón/tortilla> to turn (over); < tierra> to turn o dig over; <calcetín/chaqueta> ( poner del revés) to turn... inside out; ( poner del derecho) to turn... the right way round; < cuello> to turn
    b) <cabeza/mirada>
    c) < esquina> to turn
    2) (convertir en, poner)

    me está volviendo loca — it's/he's/she's driving me mad

    3) (Méx)
    4.
    volverse v pron
    1) ( girar) to turn (around)

    no te vuelvas, que nos están siguiendo — don't look back, we're being followed

    volverse boca arriba/abajo — to turn over onto one's back/stomach

    volverse atrásto back out

    2) (convertirse en, ponerse)

    se vuelve agrioit turns o goes sour

    * * *
    = come back, render, return, switch back, turn back, turn over + page, turn over, get back, be back.

    Ex: He wondered whether to chase after Duff and order him to come back or wait and see him later, after she had regained her composure.

    Ex: So strongly was it felt by proponents of change that just such unconscious biases rendered libraries 'part of the problem, instead of the solution'.
    Ex: Returning to government agencies, some agencies are treated as subordinate to a government, whilst others are entered independently.
    Ex: A code at the bottom of the local document summary and full information screens allow switching back to the system catalog.
    Ex: It might be wise for you to turn back and re-read what was said in section 2.
    Ex: Turn over the page and you will find suggested analyses against which you can check your solution.
    Ex: Then he picked up about 2 cm. of type from the right-hand end of the uppermost line (i.e. the last word or two of the last line) with the thumb and forefinger of his right hand, read it, and dropped the pieces of type one by one into their proper boxes, turning over the old house.
    Ex: I have been off on vacation and just got back.
    Ex: Which means I'd give the whole shooting match just to be back where I was before I quit sleeping under the stars and come into the hen-coops.
    * acción de volver a contar algo = retelling.
    * aguas + volver a su cauce = dust + settle.
    * hacer que la gente se vuelva a mirar = make + heads turn.
    * hora de volver a casa = curfew.
    * la historia + volverse a repetir = history + come full circle.
    * las cosas + volver + a su punto de partida = the wheel + turn + full circle.
    * no volver = go + forever.
    * no volver hasta + Expresión Temporal = not be back for + Expresión Temporal.
    * no volver la vista atrás = never + look back.
    * que puede volver a cerrarse herméticamente = resealable.
    * volvemos siempre al principio = things swing full circle.
    * volver a = depart to, get back to, go back to, move back to, revert (to), go + full circle back to, circle back to, backtrack [back-track], recur to, roll back to, revert back to, head back to, slide back to, default to.
    * volver a abrir = be back in business.
    * volver a adoptar = resume.
    * volver a albergar = rehouse [re-house].
    * volver a alfombrar = recarpet [re-carpet].
    * volver a Alguien loco = drive + Alguien + up a wall, drive + Alguien + to despair, drive + Alguien + mad, drive + Alguien + insane, drive + Alguien + crazy, drive + Alguien + nuts, drive + Alguien + potty.
    * volver a almacenar = rehouse [re-house].
    * volver a alojar = rehouse [re-house].
    * volver a alquilar = rehire [re-hire].
    * volver a analizar = reexamine [re-examine], reanalyse [reanalyze, -USA].
    * volver a aparecer = resurface.
    * volver a aprender = relearn.
    * volver a asegurar = reinsure.
    * volver a asentar = resettle.
    * volver a atar = re-tie.
    * volver a bautizar = re-baptise [re-baptize, -USA].
    * volver a caer (en) = relapse (into).
    * volver a calcular = recalculation.
    * volver a cargar = reload.
    * volver a casa = go + home again.
    * volver a casarse = remarry.
    * volver a clasificar = refolder.
    * volver a combinar = recombine [re-combine].
    * volver a comprimir = recompress.
    * volver a comprobar = check back.
    * volver a conectar = reconnect [re-connect].
    * volver a congelarse = re-freeze [refreeze].
    * volver a considerar = reconsider.
    * volver a consultar = revisit, check back.
    * volver a contar = recount, retell.
    * volver a contextualizar = recontextualise [recontextualize, USA].
    * volver a contratar = rehire [re-hire].
    * volver a convertir = reconvert.
    * volver a convocar = reconvene.
    * volver a copiar = recopy.
    * volver a crear = recreate [re-create].
    * volver a dar forma = reshape [re-shape].
    * volver a descubrir = rediscover.
    * volver a despertar = reawaken [re-awaken].
    * volver a determinar = respecify.
    * volver a diseñar = redesign [re-design], repurpose [re-purpose].
    * volver a dotar = re-equip [reequip].
    * volver a ejecutar = rerun [re-run].
    * volver a empezar = return to + the drawing boards, back to the drawing board, a fresh start, start over, go back to + square one, be back to square one.
    * volver a empezar de cero = be back to square one, go back to + square one.
    * volver a encuadernar = rebind [re-bind].
    * volver a enmoquetar = recarpeting.
    * volver a enseñar = retrain [re-train].
    * volver a entrar = come back in.
    * volver a enviar = resubmit [re-submit], reship, resend [re-send].
    * volver a equipar = re-equip [reequip].
    * volver a escribir = retype [re-type], rewrite [re-write].
    * volver a especificar = respecify.
    * volver a establecer equivalencias = remap.
    * volver a evaluar = reassess [re-assess], reevaluate [re-evaluate], reappraise.
    * volver a financiar = re-fund.
    * volver a formarse = reform.
    * volver a formatear = reformat [re-format].
    * volver a funcionar = be back in business.
    * volver a guardar = rehouse [re-house].
    * volver a hablar innecesariamente = belabour [belabor, -USA].
    * volver a hacer = redo [re-do], remake.
    * volver a hacer un examen = retake + an exam.
    * volver a hidratar = rehydrate.
    * volver a imprimir = reprint.
    * volver a incluir = reinstate.
    * volver a indizar = re-index [reindex].
    * volver a inscribir = reregister.
    * volver a insertar = reinsert.
    * volver a insertar en el ordenador = rekey [re-key].
    * volver a intentar = retry [re-try].
    * volver a interpretar = reinterpret [re-interpret].
    * volver a introducir = re-enter [reenter], reintroduce, reinsert.
    * volver a juzgar = retry [re-try].
    * volver a la etapa de planificación = return to + the drawing boards, back to the drawing board.
    * volver a la normalidad = get back to + normal, return to + normalcy, get (back) into + the swings of things.
    * volver a la popularidad = return to + favour.
    * volver a la seguridad de = burrow back into.
    * volver a la vida normal = get (back) into + the swings of things.
    * volver a leer = reread [re-read].
    * volver a levantar el sistema = restart.
    * volver Algo a su estado anterior = put + Nombre + back on track.
    * volver Algo del revés = turn + Nombre + inside-out.
    * volver Algo en Otra Cosa = turn + Nombre + into.
    * volver al pasado = turn + the clock back.
    * volver al principio = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle.
    * volver al punto de partida = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle, go back to + square one, be back to square one.
    * volver al redil = return to + the fold.
    * volver a manejar = rehandle.
    * volver a mezclar = remix.
    * volver a montar = reassemble [re-assemble].
    * volver a mostrar = redisplay.
    * volver a nacer = have + a lucky escape, have + a narrow escape.
    * volver a nombrar = rename.
    * volver a ordenar = resort.
    * volver a oxidar = reoxidise [reoxidize, -USA].
    * volver a pedir = reorder [re-order].
    * volver a pintar = repaint [re-paint].
    * volver a planificar = reschedule.
    * volver a plantearse = reconceive of.
    * volver a ponerse al día = be back on track, be on track.
    * volver a por sus fueros = be back on track, be on track, bite back.
    * volver a preguntar = check back.
    * volver a presentar = resubmit [re-submit].
    * volver a prestar atención = refocus + attention.
    * volver a procesar = reprocess.
    * volver a programar = reschedule.
    * volver a promover un producto = rehyping.
    * volver a publicar = reissue [re-issue].
    * volver a recibir financiación = re-fund.
    * volver a representar = remap.
    * volver a reunir = reassemble [re-assemble].
    * volver a salir = come back out.
    * volver a salir a la superficie = resurface.
    * volver a ser condenado = reconviction.
    * volver a ser lo que era = be back on track, be on track.
    * volver a subvencionar = re-fund.
    * volver a su camino = get back on + track, get back on + Posesivo + path.
    * volver a tomar = regain, retake.
    * volver a traducir = remap.
    * volver a traer = restore.
    * volver atrás = turn + the clock back, go + backwards.
    * volver a tratar = revisit.
    * volver a unir = reunite [re-unite].
    * volver a untar grasa al cojinete = repack + bearing.
    * volver a usar = reuse [re-use].
    * volver a utilizar = recapture, reutilise [reutilize, -USA].
    * volver a vivir = relive.
    * volver corriendo = scurry back.
    * volver de nuevo = come back out.
    * volver el reloj atrás = turn + the clock back.
    * volver en + Expresión Temporal = be back in + Expresión Temporal.
    * volver en sí = regain + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * volver hacia atrás = backtrack [back-track].
    * volver la casa al revés = turn + everything upside down.
    * volver la espalda = give + Nombre + the cold shoulder, turn + a cold shoulder to, cold-shoulder.
    * volver la espalda a = turn + Posesivo + back on.
    * volver la página = turn over + page.
    * volver las tornas = turn + the tables (on).
    * volver la vista atrás = look back.
    * volverlo a hacer = go and do it again.
    * volver loco = drive + Alguien + (a)round the bend, piss + Nombre + off.
    * volver loco a Alguien = have + Nombre + jump through the hoops, push + Alguien + over the edge.
    * volver loco, exasperar, sacar de quicio, cabrear, encabronar, dar por culo, = piss + Nombre + off.
    * volver pronto = haste back.
    * volverse = become, turn into, swing around, turn (a)round.
    * volverse + Adjetivo = grow + Adjetivo.
    * volverse a reunir = reconvene.
    * volverse a unir a = rejoin.
    * volverse chalado = go off + Posesivo + rocker.
    * volverse chiflado = go + potty, go off + Posesivo + rocker.
    * volverse ciego = become + blind.
    * volverse + Color = turn to + Color.
    * volverse cruel = become + vicious.
    * volverse en contra de = turn against.
    * volverse estúpido = go off + Posesivo + rocker.
    * volverse etéreo = etherealise [etherealize, -USA].
    * volverse frenético = go + berserk, go + postal, go + crazy, work up + a lather.
    * volverse ilegible = become + unreadable.
    * volverse líquido = turn to + liquid.
    * volverse loco = go + bananas, take + leave of + Posesivo + senses, go + mad, run + amok, lose + Posesivo + marbles, go + bonkers, go + berserk, go + postal, go + wild, go + crazy, go + nuts, go + potty, get + a buzz from, go out of + Posesivo + mind, throw + a wobbly, go off + the rails, throw + a wobbler, go + haywire, go off + Posesivo + rocker.
    * volverse loco de alegría = thrill + Nombre + to bits, be chuffed to bits, be tickled pink.
    * volverse loco por = sweep + Nombre + off + Posesivo + feet, go + gaga (over).
    * volverse majareta = go + potty, go out of + Posesivo + mind, go off + the rails, go off + Posesivo + rocker.
    * volverse marrón = turn + brown.
    * volverse obscuro = turn + dark.
    * volverse obsoleto = go out of + date, become + obsolete, go out of + fashion, obsolesce.
    * volverse obsoleto, pasar de moda, caducar = become + obsolete.
    * volverse oscuro = turn + dark.
    * volverse violento = turn + violent.
    * volver sobre = retrace.
    * volver sobre los pasos de Uno = double-back, retrace + Posesivo + steps, retrace + Posesivo + footsteps, go back on + Posesivo + steps.
    * volver tarde a casa = stay out + late.

    * * *
    volver [ E11 ]
    vi
    A (regresaral lugar donde se está) to come back; (— a otro lugar) to go back
    no sé a qué hora volveré I don't know what time I'll be back
    ¿no piensas volver allí algún día? don't you intend going back there some day?
    dos de los cazas no volvieron two of the fighters failed to return
    vete y no vuelvas más get out and don't ever come back
    volvió muy cambiada she came back o returned a different person
    ¿cuándo piensas volver por aquí? when do you think you'll be o get o come back this way?
    ha vuelto con su familia she's gone back to her family
    no sé cómo consiguió volver I don't know how he managed to get back
    volver A algo:
    nunca volvió a Alemania she never went back to o returned to Germany
    no había vuelto a su pueblo desde que era pequeño he hadn't been back to his home town since he was a child
    logró volver al campamento she managed to get back to the camp
    ¿cuándo vuelves al colegio? when do you go back to school?
    volver DE algo:
    ¿cuándo volviste de las vacaciones? when did you get back from your vacation?
    ¿sabes si ha vuelto de Roma? do you know if she's back from Rome?
    volvieron del lugar del accidente they returned o came back from the scene of the accident
    siempre vuelve cansado del trabajo he's always tired when he gets o comes home from work
    volver atrás (en un viaje) to go o turn back; (al pasado) to turn back the clock
    veo que no han entendido, volvamos atrás I can see you haven't understood, let's go back over it again
    vuelve y juega … ( Col fam); here we go again … ( colloq)
    B
    1 (a una situación, una actividad) volver A algo to return TO sth
    el país ha vuelto a la normalidad the country is back to o has returned to normal
    está pensando en volver al mundo del espectáculo she's thinking of returning to o making a comeback in show business
    2 (a un tema) volver A algo:
    volviendo a lo que hablábamos… to go back to what we were talking about…
    ya volvemos a lo de siempre so we're back to the same old problem
    siempre vuelve al mismo tema he always comes back to the same subject
    C
    1 (repetirse) «momento» to return
    aquellos días felices que no volverán those happy days that will never return
    2 «calma/paz» to return volver A algo:
    la paz ha vuelto a la zona peace has returned to the area, the area is peaceful again
    la normalidad ha vuelto a la fábrica the situation at the factory is back to normal
    D
    volver en sí to come to o round
    trataban de hacerlo volver en sí they were trying to bring him round
    E ( Méx) (vomitar) to be sick
    volver A + INF:
    no volverá a ocurrir it won't happen again
    no hemos vuelto a verlo we haven't seen him since
    no volvió a probar el alcohol she never drank alcohol again
    me volvió a llenar el vaso she refilled my glass
    lo tuve que volver a llevar al taller I had to take it back to the workshop
    ■ volver
    vt
    1 ‹colchón/tortilla/filete› to turn, turn over; ‹tierra› to turn o dig over
    2 ‹calcetín/chaqueta› to turn … inside out; ‹cuello› to turn
    vuelve la manga, que la tienes del revés pull the sleeve out, you've got it inside out
    3
    volver la página or hoja to turn the page, turn over
    4 ‹cabeza/ojos›
    volvió la cabeza para ver quién la seguía she turned her head o she looked around to see who was following her
    volvió los ojos/la mirada hacia mí he turned his eyes/his gaze toward(s) me
    volver la mirada hacia el pasado to look back to the past
    5 ‹esquina› to turn
    está ahí, nada más volver la esquina it's up there, just around the corner
    B (convertir en, poner) to make
    la ha vuelto muy egoísta it has made her very selfish
    la televisión los está volviendo tontos television is turning them into morons
    lo vuelve de otro color it turns it a different color
    C
    ( Méx): volver el estómago to be sick
    A (darse la vuelta, girar) to turn, turn around
    se volvió para ver quién la llamaba she turned (around) to see who was calling her
    se volvió hacia él she turned to face him
    no te vuelvas, que nos siguen don't look back, we're being followed
    se volvió de espaldas he turned his back on me/her/them
    volverse boca arriba/abajo to turn over onto one's back/stomach
    volverse atrás to back out
    volverse contra algn to turn against sb
    B
    (convertirse en, ponerse): últimamente se ha vuelto muy antipática she's become very unpleasant recently
    el partido se ha vuelto más radical the party has grown o become more radical
    su mirada se volvió triste his expression saddened o grew sad
    se está volviendo muy quisquillosa she's getting very fussy
    se vuelve agrio it turns o goes sour
    se volvió loca she went mad
    * * *

     

    volver ( conjugate volver) verbo intransitivo
    1 ( regresaral lugar donde se está) to come back;
    (— a otro lugar) to go back;

    ¿cómo vas a volver? how are you getting back?;
    ha vuelto con su familia she's gone back to her family;
    volver a algo ‹ a un lugar› to go back to sth;

    a una situación/actividad› to return to sth;

    quiere volver al mundo del espectáculo he wants to return to show business;
    volviendo a lo que decía … to get o go back to what I was saying …;
    ¿cuándo volviste de las vacaciones? when did you get back from your vacation?;
    ha vuelto de París she's back from Paris
    2 [calma/paz] to return;
    volver a algo to return to sth
    3
    volver en sí to come to o round

    volver v aux:
    volver a empezar to start again o (AmE) over;

    no volverá a ocurrir it won't happen again;
    lo tuve que volver a llevar al taller I had to take it back to the workshop
    verbo transitivo
    1 ( dar la vuelta)
    a)colchón/tortilla to turn (over);

    tierra› to turn o dig over;
    calcetín/chaqueta› ( ponerdel revés) to turn … inside out;
    (— del derecho) to turn … the right way round;
    cuello to turn;

    b) cabeza to turn;


    c) esquina to turn

    2 (convertir en, poner):

    me está volviendo loca it's/he's/she's driving me mad
    3 (Méx)

    volverse verbo pronominal
    1 ( girar) to turn (around);

    no te vuelvas, que nos están siguiendo don't look back, we're being followed;
    se volvió de espaldas he turned his back on me (o her etc);
    volverse boca arriba/abajo to turn over onto one's back/stomach
    2 (convertirse en, ponerse):

    se vuelve agrio it turns o goes sour;
    se volvió loca she went mad
    volver
    I verbo intransitivo
    1 (retornar, regresar: hacia el hablante) to return, come back: volveremos mañana, we'll come back tomorrow
    (: a otro sitio) to return, go back: volvió a su casa, she went back to her home
    2 (: una acción, situación, etc) volveremos sobre ese asunto esta tarde, we'll come back to that subject this afternoon
    (expresando repetición) lo volvió a hacer, he did it again
    volver a empezar, to start again o US over
    II verbo transitivo
    1 (dar la vuelta: a una tortilla, etc) to turn over
    (a un calcetín, etc) to turn inside out
    (a la esquina, la página) to turn
    (la mirada, etc) to turn 2 volverle la espalda a alguien, to turn one's back on sb
    ♦ Locuciones: familiar figurado (superar un gran peligro) volver a nacer: sobrevivió al naufragio, ha vuelto a nacer, he survived the shipwreck miraculously
    volver en sí, to come round
    volver la vista atrás, (mirar al pasado) to look back
    volver a alguien loco: me está volviendo loco, she's driving me mad o crazy
    ' volver' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ambages
    - andadas
    - carga
    - clara
    - claro
    - emocionante
    - enajenar
    - entenderse
    - escopetazo
    - espalda
    - estragos
    - garantizar
    - grupa
    - hervir
    - idea
    - imperiosa
    - imperioso
    - indisponer
    - loca
    - loco
    - mentalizarse
    - mico
    - normalizar
    - placer
    - recalentar
    - rellenar
    - repasar
    - repetir
    - resentirse
    - retroceder
    - soler
    - soñar
    - tornar
    - trastornar
    - venir
    - vista
    - arreglar
    - cuidar
    - empezar
    - endurecer
    - gana
    - hacer
    - poder
    - rehacer
    - tal
    - vuelto
    - vuelva
    English:
    again
    - ask back
    - before
    - call back
    - circle
    - clock
    - come back
    - come round
    - come to
    - despair
    - double back
    - drive
    - get back
    - go back
    - go back to
    - insane
    - lapse
    - live through
    - look round
    - mad
    - make
    - mind
    - move back
    - nuts
    - paint over
    - put back
    - rake up
    - re-enter
    - re-erect
    - reapply
    - reappoint
    - reassemble
    - reassess
    - reconvene
    - reimpose
    - rekindle
    - remarry
    - render
    - reoccupy
    - reopen
    - repeat
    - replace
    - replay
    - replenish
    - reread
    - rerun
    - reschedule
    - resit
    - restock
    - resume
    * * *
    vt
    1. [dar la vuelta a] to turn round;
    [lo de arriba abajo] to turn over; [lo de dentro fuera] to turn inside out;
    vuelve la tele hacia aquí, que la veamos turn the TV round this way so we can see it;
    ayúdame a volver el colchón help me turn the mattress over;
    volver la hoja o [m5] página to turn the page;
    al volver la esquina when we turned the corner
    2. [cabeza, ojos, mirada] to turn;
    vuelve la espalda turn your back to me
    3. [convertir en]
    eso lo volvió un delincuente that made him a criminal, that turned him into a criminal;
    la lejía volvió blanca la camisa the bleach turned the shirt white
    4. Méx
    volver el estómago to throw up
    vi
    1. [persona] [ir de vuelta] to go back, to return;
    [venir de vuelta] to come back, to return;
    yo allí/aquí no vuelvo I'm not going back there/coming back here;
    vuelve, no te vayas come back, don't go;
    ¿cuándo has vuelto? when did you get back?;
    al volver pasé por el supermercado I stopped off at the supermarket on the o my way back;
    no vuelvas tarde don't be late (back);
    ya he vuelto a casa I'm back home;
    volver atrás to go back;
    cuando vuelva del trabajo when I get back from work;
    aún no ha vuelto del trabajo she isn't back o hasn't got back from work yet;
    ha vuelto muy morena de la playa she's come back from the seaside with a nice tan
    2. [mal tiempo, alegría, tranquilidad] to return;
    cuando vuelva el verano when it's summer again;
    todo volvió a la normalidad everything went back o returned to normal;
    vuelve la minifalda miniskirts are back
    3. [reanudar]
    volver a la tarea to return to one's work;
    volver al trabajo/al colegio to go back to work/school;
    volviendo al tema que nos ocupa… to go back to the matter we are discussing…;
    vuelve a leerlo read it again;
    tras el verano volvió a dar clases en la universidad once the summer was over she started teaching at the university again;
    vuelve a dormirte go back to sleep;
    volver con alguien [reanudar relación] to go back to sb;
    volver a nacer to be reborn
    4.
    volver en sí to come to, to regain consciousness
    * * *
    <part vuelto>
    I v/t
    1 página, mirada etc turn (a to;
    hacia toward); tortilla, filete turn (over); vestido turn inside outXXX; boca abajo turn upside down
    2
    :
    volver loco drive crazy;
    el humo volvío negra la pared the smoke turned the wall black, the smoke made the wall go black
    II v/i
    1 return, go/come back;
    volver a casa go/come back home;
    ¿cuándo vuelven? when do they get back?;
    volver sobre algo return to sth, go back to sth;
    volver a la normalidad return to normality
    2
    :
    volver en sí come to, come around
    3
    :
    volver a hacer algo do sth again;
    volver a fumar start smoking again
    * * *
    volver {89} vi
    1) : to return, to come or go back
    volver a casa: to return home
    2) : to revert
    volver al tema: to get back to the subject
    3)
    volver a : to do again
    volvieron a llamar: they called again
    4)
    volver en sí : to come to, to regain consciousness
    volver vt
    1) : to turn, to turn over, to turn inside out
    2) : to return, to repay, to restore
    3) : to cause, to make
    la volvía loca: it was driving her crazy
    * * *
    volver vb
    1. (regresar) to come back [pt. came; pp. come] / to go back
    2. (repetir)... again
    ¿puedes volver a decirlo? can you say that again?
    3. (dar la vuelta a) to turn over / to turn

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver

  • 5 volver a aprender

    (v.) = relearn
    Ex. This article considers the importance of printed materials; assistance given by staff; and users' problems relearning on-line catalogue searching.
    * * *
    (v.) = relearn

    Ex: This article considers the importance of printed materials; assistance given by staff; and users' problems relearning on-line catalogue searching.

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver a aprender

См. также в других словарях:

  • relearn — [spelling only] …   English World dictionary

  • relearn — v., relearned or relearnt, relearning. * * * …   Universalium

  • relearn — verb learn again Syn: sum of parts …   Wiktionary

  • relearn — re·learn rē lərn vt to learn again (what has been forgotten) re·learn·ing n …   Medical dictionary

  • relearn — v. learn again, reacquire knowledge through study …   English contemporary dictionary

  • relearn — learner …   Anagrams dictionary

  • relearn — verb (past and past participle relearned or relearnt) learn (something) again …   English new terms dictionary

  • relearn — re·learn …   English syllables

  • relearn — re•learn′ v …   From formal English to slang

  • relearn — /riˈlɜn/ (say ree lern) verb to learn again …   Australian English dictionary

  • relearn — v.tr. learn again …   Useful english dictionary


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