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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "move" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 141 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
move conmover [v]
move mudar [v]
move remover [v]
move transponer [v]
move desplazar [v]
move mover [v]
move lance [m]
move traslado [m]
General
move táctica [f]
move maniobra [f]
move mudanza [f]
move mudarse [v]
move bullir [v]
move bullirse [v]
move moverse [v]
move trasladar [v]
move trasladarse [v]
move jugar [v]
move conmocionar [v]
move correr [v]
move correrse [v]
move desplazarse [v]
move cambiar de [v]
move cambiar [v]
move caminar [v]
move impresionar [v]
move afectar [v]
move emocionar [v]
move andar [v]
move trasiego [m]
move tránsito [m]
move movimiento [m]
move translación [f]
move jugada [f]
move ocasionar [v]
move meter [v]
move pasar [v]
move tocar [v]
move accionar [v]
move agitar [v]
move arrastrar [v]
move arrebatar [v]
move circular [v]
move desalojar [v]
move desasentar [v] rare
move desavecindarse [v]
move excitar [v]
move echar [v]
move hacer [v]
move herir [v]
move espirar [v]
move ir [v]
move impeler [v]
move trasmudar [v]
move mano [f]
move suerte [f]
move alterar [v]
move incitar [v]
move sacudir [v]
move enternecer [v]
move ponerse en movimiento [v]
move pasearse [v]
move ponerse en marcha [v]
move vacilar [v]
move mudar de casa [v]
move mudar de sitio [v]
move progresar [v]
move entrar en acción [v]
move adelantar [v]
move empezar a obrar [v]
move exonerarse el vientre [v]
move turno [m]
move paso [m]
move movida [f] MX GT CR PR PE BO UY PA EC CL
move palanquear [v] MX HN CR BO
move rebullir [v] CO
move cruzar [v] PR
move molonquear [v] SV
move molotear [v] SV
move moverse [v] US
move mimbrearse [v]
move menearse [v]
move inclinar [v]
move convidar [v]
move avanzar [v]
move cambiar de casa [v]
move mudarse de casa [v]
move cambiarse de casa [v]
move cambiar de domicilio [v]
move recolocar [v]
move apartar [v]
move menear [v]
move rebullirse [v]
move revolverse [v]
move trasponer [v]
Colloquial
move movida [f]
Business
move transferencia [f]
move mudanza [f]
move mudar [v]
move proponer [v]
move mover [v]
move vender [v]
move desplazar [v]
move transportar [v]
move traspasar [v]
move movimiento [m]
move traslado [m]
move traslado (mudanza)
Law
move mocionar [v]
move transportar [v]
move proponer [v]
move presentar una moción [v]
move peticionar [v]
move traspaso [m]
Engineering
move acción [f]
move marcha [f]
move actuación [f]
move gestión [f]
move removerse [v]
move mover [v]
move desplazar [v]
move cambiar de lugar [v]
move trasladar [v]
move marchar [v]
move mover [v]
move arrastrar [v]
Geology
move transportar [v]
move trasladar [v]
Technical
move mover [v]
move poner en marcha [v]
move actuar [v]
move avanzar hacia [v]
move cambiar de lugar [v]
move marchar [v]
move poner en movimiento [v]
Mechanics
move impulsar [v]
Aeronautics
move transferir [v]
move transferer [m]
Petrol
move arrastrar [v]
Literature
move peinar [v]
Chess
move movida [f]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "move" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 500 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
head (move in a specified direction) dirigirse [v]
move (change one's residence) mudarse [v]
move away alejarse [v]
move away alejar [v]
move away apartar [v]
move away apartarse [v]
move forward adelantar [v]
move to a new house mudar [v]
General
make a false move dar un paso en falso [v]
make a move hacer una jugada [v]
make a move mover ficha [v]
make the first move dar el primer paso [v]
move about vagar [v]
move about trasegar [v]
move along correr [v]
move around circular [v]
move around trastear [v]
move away desarrimar [v]
move away retirarse [v]
move away arredrarse [v]
move away from apartarse de [v]
move away from alejarse de [v]
move back retroceder [v]
move back cejar [v]
move back retirarse [v]
move back retornar [v]
move backwards retroceder [v]
move closer arrimar [v]
move closer acercar [v]
move forward adelantarse [v]
move forward avanzar [v]
move heaven and earth remover cielo y tierra [v]
move house mudarse [v]
move out desalojar [v]
move out of desocupar [v]
move round remover [v]
move to trasladarse a [v]
move to pity apiadar [v]
good move acierto [m]
decisive move at the game of draughts forzosa [f]
move in backgammon barata [f]
signal to move marcha [f]
begin to move rebullir [v]
cause to move back arredrar [v]
make a move in a game jugar [v]
make move mover [v]
move (person/watch) andar [v]
move a part of the body jugar [v]
move about bullir [v]
move about agitarse [v]
move again remudar [v]
move along caminar [v]
move along andar [v]
move aside abarse [v]
move away alargarse [v]
move away alongarse [v] disused
move away hurtarse [v]
move away quitarse [v]
move away (home) trastear [v] CO
move away (home) trastearse [v] CO
move backward descorrer [v]
move backward (horses) retrechar [v]
move boards tabletear [v]
move flocks from winter to summer pastures or vice-versa trashumar [v]
move from place to place menear [v]
move from shelter desabrigarse [v]
move from side to side cernerse [v]
move furniture around inside a house trastear [v]
move in a violent manner batir [v]
move in a violent manner batuquear [v] CU CO VE
move in a violent manner sacudir violentamente algo [v]
move into another house mudar [v]
move like a snake culebrear [v]
move near aproximar [v]
move nimbly zarandear [v]
move nimbly zarandar [v]
move on joints/hinges jugar [v]
move oneself actuarse [v]
move out of a house deshabitar [v]
move quickly acelerarse [v]
move sideways regatear [v]
move slowly pasear [v]
move sluggishly haronear [v]
move swiftly volar [v]
move swiftly aliviar [v]
move swiftly on the water or through the air hender [v]
move the arms like wings aletear [v] fig.
move the lips, and endeavor to catch the chain of the bit befar [v]
move the wings/arms quickly alear [v]
move to and fro remecer [v]
move to and fro revolverse [v]
move to and fro traquear [v] rare
move to and fro traquetear [v]
move to and fro zarandarse [v]
move to and fro zarcear [v]
move to and fro zarandearse [v]
move to another place transmudar [v]
move to compassion enternecer [v]
move to compunction compungir [v]
move to pity conmover [v]
move to pity quebrantar [v]
move to the right/left correr [v]
move tremulously blandirse [v]
move with a lever apalancar [v]
move with the hand manejar [v]
move/swing the arms bracear [v]
move/turn in bullfighting aguantar [v]
wriggle/move ridiculously colear [v]
move in a game lance [m]
move in a game of cards órdago [m]
move around trasegar [v]
move house mudarse de casa [v]
make a good move dar un paso acertado [v]
miss one's move errar una jugada [v]
move about ir y venir [v]
move about pasearse [v]
move about remover [v]
move along pasearse [v]
move around pasearse [v]
move around ir y venir [v]
move around remover [v]
move away irse [v]
move away marcharse [v]
move in entrar [v]
move in tomar posesión de (una casa) [v]
move out salir [v]
move out mudar de casa [v]
move out abandonar una casa [v]
move round dar vueltas [v]
move round girar [v]
move the bowels evacuar el vientre [v]
move to laughter hacer reír [v]
move to laughter causar risa [v]
move to tears hacer llorar [v]
move up ascender [v]
move up mejorar [v]
on the move de viaje [loc/adv]
board game move movida [f] NI EC PE BO CL UY
dance performed by a man and a woman who dance closely and move their hips perreada [f] HN teen
low class woman who pretends to belong to the upper social class or tries to move up by any means huachafita [f] PE
money to travel or move to another place movilidad [f] PE
move away mudada [f] HN SV NI CU CO PE BO
restlessness and nervousness that makes a person move continuously from one place to another gusanera [f] PE rare
smart move mandracada [f] HN
tango dance move lustrada [f] AR UY
that causes images to appear to move animación [f]
utensil made from sticks and used to move corn in a clay pot cachina [f] AR:Nw
utensil made from sticks and used to move corn in a clay pot cachina [f] BO
winning move in which the jack lands with the concave part facing up (jacks game) clavada [f] BO
wrong move falla [f] GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR CO VE BO CL PY AR UY
y shaped stick/cane used to move grass and cut branches burra [f] HN:W
allow to move freely dejar desplazarse libremente [v]
allow to move freely permitir moverse libremente [v]
be a wise move ser un acierto [v]
begin to move rebullir [v]
begin to move empezar a andar [v]
cause to move agitar [v]
cause to move sacudir [v]
constantly move ears and tail to scare flies, when punished, or when forced to march mosquear [v] MX AR:Nw UY rur.
fill a place of objects (making it difficult to move about) atrabancar [v] CU
forget move on superar [v]
get a move menearse [v]
get a move on alebrestarse [v] DO PR
get a move on espabilarse [v]
get a move on darse prisa [v]
get a move on embicar [v] DO
get a move on despepitarse [v] MX GT HN SV PA
get a move on menearse [v] GT NI DO
get a move on carrerear [v] MX GT NI CR
get a move on moverse [v]
have to move mandarse [v] CU
hit a horse's sides with the heels to make it move forward arganear [v] CR:Nw
keep on the move trajinar [v]
kick a horse's sides with the heels to make it move forward arganear [v] CR:Nw
lift and move land using a hoe, mattock, or similar tool covar [v] VE
make one false move dar un paso en falso [v]
move (a house) cambiarse de casa [v]
move (house) trasladarse [v]
move a load, work or something unappealing jincar [v] MX
move a part of the body rhythmically hamacar [v] CL AR PY
move a weapon esgrimir [v]
move a weapon blandir [v]
move about manejarse [v]
move about moverse por [v]
move about in a busy manner andorrear [v]
move along the ground rampar [v]
move along the ground arrastrarse [v]
move along the ground reptar [v]
move along the ground gatear [v]
move an aircraft carretear [v]
move an object insistently to get someone's attention jumetrear [v] BO:E
move and lift the earth with its snout (animal) hocear [v] BO CL
move aside seguir de largo [v]
move aside apartarse [v]
move at a great speed (referring to a person/vehicle) desmadrarse [v] CR
move at a high rate of speed (person/animal/vehicle) desmandarse [v] PR
move at great speeds arrear [v] HN SV NI
move at great speeds arriar [v] GT HN SV NI
move at high speed mandarse [v] CU
move away despintarse [v] SV BO
move away moverse [v] US
move away alejar-se [v]
move away separar [v]
move away resbalarse [v] NI teen
move away retirar [v]
move away from alejar de [v]
move away from separarse [v]
move away from arredrarse de [v]
move back alejarse [v]
move back and forth in order to obtain something burujiar [v] DO
move backwards recular [v]
move by transcurrir [v]
move cattle by water supporting their head on a canoe embarbetar [v] MX:E rur.
move closer estar acercándose [v]
move closer apropincuarse [v] DO CU
move closer aprepinguarse [v] PR
move closer apropinguarse [v] AR:N rur.
move closer apropinguarse [v] PR rare rur.
move deeply impresionar [v]
move dirt or make furrows with a plow guachar (inglés watch) [v] EC rur.
move down desplazar hacia abajo [v]
move effeminately partirse [v] CU DO PR
move forward ir adelante [v]
move forward salir adelante [v]
move forward (topic/task/business that had been stalled/suspended) desempantanar [v] MX NI CU DO EC PE AR CL cult
move from an area movilizarse [v] NI EC PE BO PY UY
move from one side to another hornaguear [v] CL
move from one side to another mariposear [v] HN
move from side to side arremover [v] NI rare rur.
move from side to side blandirse [v]
move from side to side quickly and energetically jamaquear [v] CU PR VE
move hastily agilar [v] CU DO VE
move here mudarse acá [v]
move in a certain direction ponchar (inglés punch) [v] VE PE
move in a specific direction arrumbar [v] NI CU
move in a specified direction dirigirse [v]
move in an agitated manner moverse [v]
move in circles circular [v]
move in closer arrimarse [v]
move in the direction of rumbear [v] AMER
move in together organizarse [v] CO
move in together arrejuntarse [v]
move into instalarse [v]
move into invadir [v]
move into (a house) residenciarse [v]
move into an apartment mudarse a un apartamento [v]
move its head up and down violently and repeatedly (horse) escarcear [v] VE AR UY
move its tail up and down (horse) espiguear [v] MX
move livestock from pasture to pasture apartar [v] CR
move merchandise by boat from one place to another caletear [v] VE
move off-centre descentrar [v]
move on in life abrirse camino en la vida [v]
move on skis esquiar [v]
move one's fingers skillfully when playing an instrument digitar [v] HN SV BO CL PY UY
move oneself from side to side carambolearse [v] CL
move onwards proceder [v]
move or go in a busy or hurried way andorrear [v]
move out of deshabitar [v]
move out of one's parents' home independizarse de los padres [v]
move out of one's parents' house independizarse de los padres [v]
move out of the apartment dejar el piso [v]
move out onto the wing abrirse por la banda [v]
move over apartarse [v]
move quickly despupusarse [v] HN
move repeatedly and insistently a thing from side to side menequear [v] SCN
move slowly avanzar a paso de tortuga [v]
move slowly or clumsily lerdear [v] AR rur.
move slowly or clumsily lerdear [v] MX:Se GT HN SV NI BO UY PE rur. rare
move softly deslizar [v]
move soil in order to remove the material contained in it desbancar [v] GT EC
move someone abismar [v] CL
move someone movilizar [v] NI EC PE CL
move someone bodily mover a alguien por la fuerza [v]
move someone from some place mover a alguien de algún sitio [v]
move someone or something violently cernejear [v] SV
move someone to do something mover a alguien a hacer algo [v]
move someone to do something llevar a alguien a hacer algo [v]
move someone to laughter mover a alguien a la risa [v]
move someone to something mover a alguien a algo [v]
move something from side to side carambolear [v] CL
move something unnecessarily ruletear [v] VE
move something using a pitchfork horquetear [v] CL
move swiftly abalanzarse [v]
move the elbows codear [v]
move the steering wheel to avoid an obstacle or park a vehicle cortar [v] CU DO
move the upper body backwards and down echar el cuerpo hacia atrás [v]
move things around trastear [v]
move things around desandar [v] VE:W
move to an adjacent room pasar a un cuarto contiguo [v]
move to and fro bascular [v]
move to and fro balancearse [v]
move to another level pasar a otro nivel [v]
move to emotion conmover [v]
move to emotion afectar [v]
move to the next level pasar al siguiente nivel [v]
move together voluntarily or forcibly (two people) arrebiatarse [v] SV DO VE
move toward a particular place arrumbar [v] NI CU
move towards the front avanzar [v]
move up desplazar hacia arriba [v]
move up apartarse [v]
move up enganchar [v] PR
move up remontar [v]
move up engarabitarse [v]
move up escalar [v]
move upwards subir [v]
move upwards levantarse [v]
move very fast azotar [v]
move very quickly despicarse [v] HN
move very quickly to a place desmandarse [v] CU
move very slowly (referring to a vehicle) cacharrear [v] CL
move with a level ronzar [v]
move with caution resguardarse [v]
move/spread from person to person andar [v]
not move quedar inmóvil [v]
not move off a racing starting line encajonarse [v] PR
pressure someone to move more quickly carrerear [v] MX GT NI
shake or move something bornear [v] CL
shake or move the wings papalotear [v] GT MX NI
stop and refuse to move further retacarse [v] CL
take move a bone in it's leg out of it's natural position (animal) desocar [v] AR:Nw UY rur.
touch/move emotionally emocionar [v]
train livestock to move as a herd entablar [v] AR UY rur.
transport something on one's shoulder or move something from one place to another estribar [v] HN
try to bite the cattle's hocks to make it move in the desired direction (dog) garronear [v] AR UY rur.
use leverage to move something palanquear [v]
cannot move or act inerte [adj]
person who likes to touch and move any object jurgandilla [adj] HN
seated comfortably with no plans to move aplanado [adj] CR
expressing incitement to move more quickly ¡árrele! [interj] VE:W
get a move on! ¡páfate! (italiano) [interj] AR UY
get a move on! ¡métele! [interj] MX CO:C
used to encourage pigs to move ¡cuche! [interj] NI CR rur.
dance performed by a man and a woman who dance closely and move their hips perreo [m] PR EC PY teen
dance performed by a man and a woman who dance closely and move their hips perreo [m] DO PE
defensive move quitacambray [m] GT
fortuitous move in a game flus [m] NI disused
good move porotazo [m] EC PE BO CL
good move poroto [m] EC CL
good move achunte [m] CL EC rare
handled mesh bag used to move fish from one place to another in a hatchery jático [m] PR
in cockfighting (an offensive move) cadeneo [m] HN NI
lever to which an animal is attached to move the mechanism espequi [m] BO:E disused rur.
marbles game in which the players can only use their thumbnail to move the marbles maule a la uñita [m] HN child
mortar made of a tree trunk for mashing bananas or move wabul miskito drink molinillo [m] HN
move to the next round or to the final (competition) boleto [m] MX AR
play in which an opponent's marble is hit with one's own, in order to move it into a position in the play area culpiche [m] VE:E
push or impulse given to move someone or something jondeón [m] DO
push or impulse given to move someone or something jondión [m] DO
small, low consumption, automobile designed to move around the city and be parked easily citicar [m] CL
wise move porotazo [m] EC PE BO CL
wise move poroto [m] EC CL
get a move on ándale [expr] MX
get a move on metele que son pasteles [expr] AR rare
get a move on metele que son pasteles [expr] UY
move from one side to another when fishing cambiar de marcas [loc/v] PR
move on to dar bimba [loc/v]
ability to move fast capacidad para moverse rápido
ability to move fast habilidad para moverse rápido
freedom to move about la libertad de moverse
move over a little muévete un poco
try not to move trata de no moverte
Idioms
be always on the move andar con el hato a cuestas [v]
be at a total loss to what to do (for the next move) estar como tonto en vísperas [v]
be on the move andar con el hato a cuestas [v]
be on the move ser una peonza [v]
bust a move apretar las calzaderas [v]
bust a move echar a correr [v]
bust a move poner pies en polvorosa [v]
bust a move darse con los talones en el culo [v] ES
bust a move correr rapidamente [v]
bust a move salir arreando [v]
bust a move huirse [v]
fail to move on time pasarse de frenada [v]
get a move on ir al zoco [v] CO:W
get a move on ir arreado [v] NI CO
get a move on picarle [v] MX GT SV
get a move on meterle [v] MX PA UY
get a move on pegarse el pique [v] CL
get a move on partir con la primera [v] GT
get a move on menear las tabas [v]
get a move on echarse una apurada [v] VE
give permission to move or act dar el visto bueno a algo [v]
make a business move forward dar punta [v] BO
make a move mover fichas [v] CO
make a move on someone ligar con alguien [v]
make a move to win a game hacer tuti [v] BO
make a wrong move dar un paso en falso [v]
make a wrong move ser un paso en falso [v]
make the first move picar por delante [v] PA AR
make the first move picar primero [v] PA
move along behind everyone else cerrar la marcha [v]
move along behind everyone else estar en retaguardia [v]
move along by fits and starts avanzar a empujones [v]
move along quickly entrar en boya [v] BO:W
move along slowly lerdear [v]
move along slowly lerdearse [v]
move along the coast ir por la otra orilla [v] PR
move around a lot estar como pepita en maraca [v] PA
move at a glacial pace arrastrarle las bolas por el piso [v] UY
move at a glacial pace arrastrarle las bolas [v] UY
move away mudar de estaca [v] GT
move backwards andar a reculones [v]
move cautiously andar sobre huevos [v]
move energetically or busily menear las tabas [v]
move fast menear las tabas [v]
move form the countryside to the city bajar al pueblo [v] PR
move forward írsela campechaneando [v] MX
move forward in jerks avanzar a tirones [v]
move forward very slowly avanzar como los cangrejos [v]
move forward very slowly avanzar palmo a palmo [v]
move heaven and earth mover cielo y tierra [v]
move heaven and earth revolver roma con santiago [v]
move heaven and earth remover roma con santiago [v]
move heaven and earth mover roma con santiago [v]
move heaven and earth comerse el mundo [v]
move heaven and earth tocar todas las teclas [v]
move heaven and earth tocar todos los registros [v]
move in a hurry menear las tabas [v]
move in together casarse por detrás de la iglesia [v]
move in with each other casarse por detrás de la iglesia [v]
move like molasses ir al suave [v] HN SV NI
move mountains mover roma con santiago [v]
move mountains remover roma con santiago [v]
move mountains revolver roma con santiago [v]
move mountains mover pitas [v] GT
move mountains for hacer lo imposible por [v]
move mountains for hacer hasta lo imposible por [v]
move on pasar página [v]
move on to another topic cambiar el naipe [v]
move one's feet echar un pie [v] CU PR VE
move one's head mover la cabeza [v]
move oneself levantar la pata [v] NI
move quickly menear las tabas [v]
move slowly arrastrarle las bolas [v] UY
move someone to pity mover a alguien a compasión [v]
move someone to pity mover a alguien a piedad [v]
move someone to pity provocar a alguien a lástima [v]
move someone to tears mover a alguien a las lágrimas [v]
move someone to tears arrancar las lágrimas a alguien [v]
move the goal mover los postes [v]
move the goal line mover los postes [v]
move the goal posts mover los postes [v]
move the goalposts mover los postes [v]
move through a reduced space librarla [v] MX
move to a better position escalar puestos [v]
move to tears prorrumpir en lágrimas [v]
move to tears romper a llorar [v]
move to tears romper en llanto [v]
move to tears soltar el moco [v]
move to tears soltar el trapo [v]
move to tears soltar el trapos [v]
move to tears estar hecho un mar de lágrimas [v]
move with caution ir con precaución [v]
move with extreme caution extremar la prudencia [v]
move with short unsteady steps hacer pinitos [v]
move with the times cambiarse el chip [v]
not move a muscle estar tan campante [v]
not move a muscle quedarse tan campante [v]
not move a muscle no mover un dedo [v]
not move a muscle no mover ni un dedo [v]
pass building materials from hand to hand to move them from one place to another hacer chasqui [v] EC rare
pass building materials from hand to hand to move them from one place to another hacer máquina [v] EC
put a move on someone hostigar a alguien [v]
quickly move up the ladder crecerle el pelo [v] CL
talk or move without stopping tener mucha correa [v]
travel or move to the united states brincar el charco [v] PR
unable to move because of fear or surprise seguir a piñón fijo [v]
move slowly arrastrarle las bolas por el piso [loc/v] UY
pack for a move arreglar los bártulos [loc/v] VE
get a move on moverse
get a move on movilizarse
get a move on apresurarse
get a move on avanzar
get a move on ponerse en marcha
get a move on dar un paso adelante
get a move on tomar acción
get a move on darse prisa
let's move on a otra cosa, mariposa
make a move partir
make a move largarse
make a move irse
make a move on flirtear
make a move on tirar la onda MX
make no move no hacer nada
move a needle hacer un cambio
move ahead of adelantarse a
move at a glacial pace moverse a ritmo glacial
move at a glacial pace moverse a un ritmo muy lento
move down in the world empeorar económicamente
move down in the world perder posición económica
move down in the world perder posición social
move heaven and earth mover cielo y tierra
move heaven and earth buscar por todas partes
move heaven and earth to do something mover cielo y tierra para hacer algo
move heaven and earth to do something hacer todo lo posible por lograr algo
move in for the kill prepararse para derrotar por completo a alguien
move in for the kill prepararse para liquidar a alguien
move in lockstep moverse al unísono
move it or lose it muévelo o lo pierdes
move like glue proceder lentamente