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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "prepare" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 55 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
prepare aparejar [v]
prepare prevenir [v]
General
prepare disponer [v]
prepare acondicionar [v]
prepare acordonar [v] HN CU
prepare capacitar [v]
prepare aderezar [v]
prepare adobar [v]
prepare elaborar [v]
prepare parar [v]
prepare aliñar [v]
prepare alistar [v]
prepare amasar [v]
prepare componer [v]
prepare apercibir [v]
prepare apercibirse [v]
prepare aprestar [v]
prepare aprestarse [v]
prepare confeccionar [v]
prepare preparar [v]
prepare prepararse [v]
prepare prevenirse [v]
prepare aviar [v]
prepare vacunar [v]
prepare hacer [v]
prepare pertrechar [v]
prepare templar [v]
prepare fundar [v]
prepare proveer de [v]
prepare alistarse [v]
prepare acondicionar [v]
prepare aderezar [v]
prepare adobar [v]
prepare curar [v]
prepare disponerse [v]
prepare aderezarse [v]
Idioms
prepare amarrarse los fustanes [v] NI VE
prepare matar el chucho a tiempo [v] GT EC
Colloquial
prepare guisar [v]
prepare afincar [v] CU
Business
prepare aviar [v]
prepare alistarse [v]
prepare preparar [v]
prepare disponer [v]
Law
prepare practicar [v]
Geology
prepare preparar [v]
prepare confeccionar [v]
Construction
prepare establecer [v]
Technical
prepare tratar [v]
prepare equipar [v]
prepare hacer sus preparativos [v]
prepare preparar [v]
prepare se preparan para
Aeronautics
prepare hacer preparativos
Mammals
prepare proveer [v]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "prepare" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 208 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
prepare coffee (dominican republic) colar [v]
prepare to disponer [v]
prepare oneself prepararse [v]
General
prepare for preparar [v]
prepare for preparar se para [v]
prepare for prepararse [v]
mixture of ashes and size laid on canvas to prepare it for painting cernada [f]
prepare for building aparejar [v]
prepare oneself apercibirse [v]
prepare oneself aprestarse [v]
prepare/deliver with dispatch aprontar [v]
prepare oneself armarse [v]
prepare oneself apararse [v]
prepare oneself aviarse [v]
prepare silk/thread for dye desencrudecer [v]
prepare a counterplan contraproyectar [v]
prepare ground for sowing barbechar [v]
prepare wool for use correar [v]
prepare oneself disponerse [v]
prepare oneself for an undertaking enderezarse [v]
prepare meat perdigar [v]
prepare oneself agacharse [v] UR
prepare oneself adobarse [v]
a pot that is used exclusively to prepare atol atolera [f] GT HN NI
confrontation between roosters without touching in order to prepare them for the fight (cock fighting) abosadura [f] CU
ground corn used to prepare food, particularly locro, a stew with meat, potatoes, corn or squash, chili peppers, and other ingredients chancua [f] AR:Nw
foot plow made with a stick with a steal or stone point that serves to flatten and prepare a plot of land for cultivation chaquitaclla [f] PE BO:S,W,C
little ball of corn flour used to prepare soup chuspa [f] EC
cooking of sugar cane liquor to the point of making molasses to then prepare raw cane sugar fondada [f] VE rur.
variety of grape from italy used to prepare pisco brandy italia [f] PE
dry corn, roasted and coarsely ground to prepare a type of soup jankaqukipa [f] BO:W,C
long and hard study to prepare for an exam or school assignment piladera [f] PA stud.
prepare to do pergeñar (coloquial) [v]
prepare oneself mentally mentalizarse [v]
prepare oneself apercibirse [v]
prepare coffee colar [v] DO
prepare food cocinar [v]
prepare liquor fermentar [v]
prepare liquor destilar [v]
prepare to do something prepararse para hacer algo [v]
prepare supper preparar la cena [v]
prepare dinner preparar la cena [v]
prepare dinner preparar la comida [v]
prepare to do something prepararse a hacer algo [v]
prepare for apercibirse para [v]
prepare oneself to do something aprestarse a hacer algo [v]
prepare oneself to do something aprestarse para hacer algo [v]
prepare on time aprontar [v]
prepare to do something aviarse para hacer algo [v]
dig ground in order to prepare it for new plants binar [v]
prepare ground by digging the soil binar [v]
prepare a final version of a text poner un texto en limpio [v]
prepare someone for something preparar a alguien en algo [v]
prepare for prepararse para [v]
prepare a sketch hacer un croquis [v]
prepare a cocktail champurrear [v] CAR
prepare someone suitably for a task afilar [v] HN NI CR PA CU DO PR BO AR UY
prepare oneself suitably for a task afilarse [v] GT HN NI CU PR CO PE BO AR
prepare oneself against someone afilarse [v] HN SV NI PA
prepare oneself mentally to achieve something afilarse [v] PA UY
prepare oneself for an exam (student) afilarse [v] CU DO AR
prepare suitably to do something afincarse [v] CU VE
prepare oneself acorazarse [v] CO
prepare a land for sowing in grooves or eras using a cord acordonar [v] HN CU
prepare for a trip or activity aliñar [v] HN NI
prepare a business with investors almidonar [v] SV
prepare oneself for an activity alistarse [v] AMER
work hard to prepare for an academic evaluation apuñalearse [v] VE
work hard to prepare for an academic evaluation apuñalearse [v] CO:N
prepare a plot of land to plant crops for the first time arrotar [v] EC disused rur.
prepare a meal arreglar [v] SV NI rur.
prepare to vomit arquearse [v] VE
tenderize meat to prepare aporreado aporrear [v] CU
prepare a boat for a fishing expedition arranchar [v] CU
prepare oneself to do something aprontarse [v] CL PY AR UY
prepare a horse for a race or trip aprontar [v] CL AR UY
prepare the marital possessions in preparation for marriage aprontarse [v] UY
prepare land for construction banquear [v] VE
prepare leather for tanning beneficiar [v] VE
prepare a hidden place in a vehicle to transport illicit items caletear [v] NI
prepare the yarns/fabrics to be dyed amortiguar [v] AR:Nw
prepare to thrive amolarse [v] DO PR VE
prepare to thrive aguzarse [v] DO PR VE
prepare to attack abosarse [v] CU
prepare a field for planting using a hand plow abordonar [v] HN rur.
prepare a field for planting using a hand plow acordonar [v] HN CU
prepare to charge abosarse [v] CU
cause roosters to confront one another without touching in order to prepare them for the fight (cock fighting) abosar [v] CU
prepare the spurs of a fighting cock aguzar [v] PR
cut a rooster's comb to prepare it to be a fighting cock descrestar [v] PR
cut a rooster's comb to prepare it to be a fighting cock encrestar [v] PR
prepare someone to acquire experience in an activity, profession, or sport cujear [v] CU
prepare drugs chemically cuquear (del inglés to cook) [v] PR
prepare the tobacco leaf by subjecting it to a special process for its industrialization curar [v] MX GT HN SV NI CU DO VE
prepare new cookware, especially a pot or griddle, by greasing it with butter and heating it up so that the food to be cooked will not burn or stick curar [v] VE BO
prepare a firearm for use chambonear [v] PR teen
prepare the yerba mate infusion by slowly pouring water into the gourd cebar [v] BO CL PY AR UY
prepare oneself well fueguearse [v] NI rur.
season food or prepare a drink componer [v] HN
dress and prepare the images of saints in a church, especially before a festival or procession componer [v] AR:Nw disused
prepare food in boiling water, until ready to eat cocinar [v] CO
prepare roosters for a fight colear [v] PR
prepare something adequately, especially a meeting or party cuadrar [v] CU
prepare her personal belongings or dowry habilitarse [v] CU disused
prepare a newspaper section libretear [v] CL
prepare a radio script libretear [v] CL
prepare to cut firewood leñear [v] PE
prepare a tv screenplay libretear [v] CL
prepare for presumir [v] PA disused
prepare someone premunir [v] PE CL cult
prepare oneself premunirse [v] EC CL cult
prepare for any setback prepearse [v] NI
mentally prepare oneself refilarse (inglés refill) [v] BO
prepare a drug by chemical procedures sancochar [v] PR drug
prepare the deceased for showing tender [v] CU
prepare one's belongings tanatear [v] SV
used exclusively to prepare atol (pot) atolero [adj] GT HN NI
easy-to-prepare fácil de preparar [adj]
of italian origin used to prepare pisco brandy italia [adj] PE
substance extracted from the coyol grain (bactris guineensis) which is dehydrated and used to prepare an alcoholic drink arroz de coyol [m] CR:Nw
pot that is used exclusively to prepare atol atolero [m] GT HN NI
small portable oven used to prepare bolacha buyón [m] BO
group of students who prepare for a profession during school hours círculo de interés [m] CU
spicy food diner where they prepare exclusively dishes with crab cangrejal [m] EC:W
fine toasted flour used to prepare soup or as a snack, mixed with boiled water and sugar jarwi [m] BO:W,C
half cooked husked corn used to prepare stews mote cauca [m] EC
special corn used to prepare chicha fermented alcoholic drink pachucho [m] PE:N
prepare oneself for the next one ¡chápate esa, mientras te mando la otra! [expr] PR
prepare to put into action a plan or determined activity (members of an organization/group) aceitar los motores [loc/v] PR BO
prepare oneself for a difficult situation acomodarse al bate [loc/v]
prepare yourself! ¡muérete y prívate! [loc/interj] VE
Idioms
prepare for difficult times atrancar las escotillas [v]
prepare for a fight mostrar las garras/las uñas [v]
prepare for a fight enseñar las garras/las uñas [v]
prepare for a fight sacar las garras/las uñas [v]
prepare for a fight afilar las garras/las uñas [v]
prepare the way for allanar el camino para [v]
prepare the way for allanar el terreno para [v]
prepare the ground for something preparar el terreno para algo [v]
prepare the way for preparar el camino para algo [v]
prepare the ground preparar el terreno [v]
prepare the ground for something allanar el terreno para algo [v]
prepare the way for allanar el camino para algo [v]
prepare for the worst ponerse en lo peor [v]
prepare for prevenir para [v]
prepare for a trip prevenirse para un viaje [v]
venture into (an area) or prepare (a way) ser un adelantado en algo [v]
prepare for catching someone tender un lazo a alguien [v]
prepare for catching someone tender una trampa a alguien [v]
prepare for catching someone tender una red para alguien [v]
prepare for catching someone tender una emboscada a alguien [v]
prepare oneself for velar armas [v]
prepare oneself for velar las armas [v]
prepare suitably for something afilar los cachos [v] CU BO
prepare suitably for something afilar los cachos [v] CL rare
prepare oneself for a difficult task afilarse los cachos [v] BO CL
prepare oneself to face a difficult situation acomodarse al bate [v] VE
prepare give birth caer a cama [v] CO
prepare oneself to take advantage of a situation amolar los colmillos [v] PR
prepare oneself to face a situation amarrarse los fustanes [v] NI VE
prepare oneself to face a situation amarrarse los pantalones [v] VE PE CL
prepare to hear something unpleasant abrir el paraguas [v] DO AR
prepare to undertake an activity estar con los cachos bien afilados [v] BO
prepare coffee by pouring the boiled water into a cloth bag that contains the ground coffee estilar café [v] EC
prepare to take on a task levantar presión [v] MX
prepare food montar el caldero [v] CU
prepare oneself ponerse el parche antes de que salga el grano [v] CU
prepare food volar fuego [v] CR
Colloquial
prepare mentally or emotionally for something unpleasant acorazarse contra [v]
prepare oneself for someone or something difficult or unpleasant acorazarse contra [v]
prepare one's homework documentarse [v]
prepare something for use alistar [v] AMER
prepare oneself artillarse [v]
prepare oneself mecharse [v] CU
prepare yourself ¡muérete! [loc/interj] MX VE EC
Phrasals
prepare for something prepararse para algo [v]
prepare oneself for prepararse para [v] fig.
Speaking
you need to prepare yourself debes prepararte
you need to prepare yourself tienes que estar preparado
we need to prepare necesitamos prepararnos
prepare to pay the price prepárate para pagar el precio
Proverbs
hope for the best and prepare for the worst procura lo mejor; espera lo peor y toma lo que viniere
Business
prepare a notice of protest levantar un protesto [v]
prepare a taxpayer list censar [v]
prepare a contract extender un contrato [v]
prepare a proposal preparar una propuesta [v]
Law
prepare a file instruir un expediente [v]
prepare a balance sheet practicar un balance [v]
prepare a file on instruir un expediente [v]
Politics
committee to prepare the school plan comité para preparar el plan de escuela
Astronomy
prepare for stage one separation prepararse para separación de fase uno
Geology
prepare for firewood leñar [v]
Aeronautics
prepare (prep) preparar [v]
prepare for action prepararse para intervenir
Agriculture
famous rice dish seasoned with saffron (usually prepare with seafood meat and vegetables) paella [f]
Gastronomy
blood pudding prepare with paprika and rice morcilla [f]
seasoned ground beef used to prepare meatballs or hamburgers carne molida [f] HN NI CR PA CU DO PR CO EC PE BO CL PY AR
pot, typically wrought iron and with three feet, used to prepare locro meat stew locrera [f] AR
prepare locro meat stew locrear [v] PY AR
pork fried to prepare crackling filtro [m] MX:Nw
fermented maguey sweet used to prepare chicha de jora fermented corn drink mishque [m] EC
soft unsalted cheese used to prepare stews quesillo [m] EC
soft unsalted cheese used to prepare stews queso de comida [m] EC
chopped vegetable to prepare a meal recaudo [m] MX
Botanic
typical soupy dish prepare with bonito fish potatoes onions peppers and tomato marmitako [m]
Naval Forces
prepare to dive! preparados para inmersión
prepare to surface! preparados para hacer superficie
Folklore
fist fight between two indigenous communities in a ritual to prepare for the planting season nuwasi [m] BO