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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "take" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 200 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
take copar [v]
take llevar [v]
take aguantar [v]
take tirar [v]
take hurtar [v]
take lograr [v]
take tomar [v]
Irregular Verb
take took - taken [v]
General
take hacerse con [v]
take robar [v]
take acaparar [v]
take aceptar [v]
take acercar [v]
take sacar [v]
take disparar [v]
take acomodar [v]
take adoptar [v]
take cargar [v]
take cargar se de [v]
take seguir [v]
take efectuar [v]
take agarrar (color) [v]
take cepillar [v]
take encajar [v]
take ingresar [v]
take pegar [v]
take chupar [v]
take coger [v]
take cogerse [v]
take conducir [v]
take apresar [v]
take levantar [v]
take tomarse [v]
take arrebatar [v]
take prender [v]
take lleno [v]
take llevarse [v]
take trabar [v]
take asumir [v]
take quitar [v]
take cursar [v]
take matar [v]
take forzar [v]
take realizar [v]
take recaudar [v]
take recibir [v]
take ganar [v]
take regir [v]
take rendir [v]
take resistir [v]
take toma [f]
take bajar [v]
take haber [v]
take tener [v]
take tomadura [f]
take tomada [f]
take deducir [v]
take substraer [v]
take entender [v]
take concebir [v]
take emplear (tiempo) [v]
take necesitar (tiempo) [v]
take contraer (una enfermedad) [v]
take guiar [v]
take tragar (medicina) [v]
take prender (el macho a la hembra) [v]
take atrapar [v]
take cruzar [v]
take pasar por encima de [v]
take saltar [v]
take copiar [v]
take dar (un paseo) [v]
take hacer (ejercicio) [v]
take visitar [v]
take incluir en un curso [v]
take incluir en una ronda [v]
take pegar bien [v]
take tener éxito [v]
take cuajar [v]
take salir bien [v]
take dar golpe [v]
take causar gusto [v]
take ser popular [v]
take agradar [v]
take ser eficaz [v]
take prender (vacuna/fuego/plantas) [v]
take hacer su efecto [v]
take picar (el pez) [v]
take efectuarse [v]
take sacar un retrato [v]
take adherirse [v]
take arraigar [v]
take agarrarse (plantas) [v]
take moverse [v]
take arraigarse [v]
take dirigirse [v]
take encaminarse [v]
take tener afición (a) [v]
take inclinarse (a) [v]
take aplicarse (a) [v]
take acción de tomar
take abocar [v]
take abdicar [v] disused
take taquilla [f]
take recompensa [f]
take comer [v]
take sufrir [v]
take quedarse [v]
take costar [v]
take pillar [v]
take cobrar [v]
take apañar [v]
take asir [v]
take cobrarse [v]
take pescar [v]
take prestar [v]
take quedarse [v]
take prender [v] disused
take violar [v]
take soportar [v]
take durar [v]
take hurtar [v]
take chapar [v] PE BO AR UY
take halar (francés) [v] HN
take embucharse [v] CO CL AR:Nw
take dormir [v] PR
take enquesarse [v] VE
take ñapar [v] AR
take quitar [v] PR
take punto de vista
Idioms
take meter la mano en la lata [v] PA BO AR UY
take meter los ganchos [v] PY AR
take meter los garfios [v] AR
Colloquial
take deleitar [v]
take gustar [v]
take encantar [v]
take enjorcijar [v] PR teen
take recursearse [v] PE
take refalar [v] AR
Business
take recaudación [f]
take comisión [f]
take toma [f]
take perspectiva [f]
take asumir [v]
take emprender [v]
take tener [v]
take presentarse [v]
take llevar [v]
take tomar [v]
take llevar a cabo [v]
take ocupar [v]
take ganar [v]
take alquilar [v]
take comprar [v]
take robar [v]
take ingresos [m/pl]
Law
take comisión [f]
take posesionarse [v]
take apropiar [v]
take llevar a cabo [v]
take arrestar [v]
take tomar [v]
take ingresos [m/pl]
Education
take presentar un examen
Engineering
take cogida [f]
take redada [f]
Architecture
take levantar un plano
Technical
take apropiarse [v]
take acompañar [v]
take admitir [v]
take reducir [v]
take tener por [v]
take considerar [v]
take percibir [v]
take adaptarse a [v]
take apoderarse de [v]
take necesitar [v]
take restar [v]
take contraer una enfermedad [v]
take usar [v]
take emplear [v]
take escoger [v]
take hacerse a [v]
take agarrar [v]
Aeronautics
take capturar [v]
take hacer prisionero
Petrol
take entrada [f]
take toma [f]
take tomar [v]
take asir [v]
take coger [v]
take recibir [v]
take aceptar [v]
take percibir [v]
take cobrar [v]
take ingresos [m/pl]
Cinema
take toma [f]
Baseball
take sacar [v]
take tomar [v]
Chess
take comer [v]

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

Englisch Spanisch
Common
hearse (vehicle used to take a dead body to grave) carroza [f]
take away retirar [v]
take off quitarse [v]
take (time) off tomarse días libres [v]
grab or take hold of agarrar [v]
take by storm forzar [v]
take long tardar [v]
take seconds repetir [v]
take refuge refugiarse [v]
take off (clothes) quitar [v]
take power apoderarse [v]
take charge of something encargarse [v]
take an oath jurar [v]
take prisoner cautivar [v]
take revenge vengar [v]
take on asumir [v]
take over for relevar [v]
take off descalzar [v]
take in abarcar [v]
take out sacar [v]
take turns turnar [v]
take down apear [v]
take a walk pasearse [v]
take a photograph fotografíar [v]
take off one's shoes descalzarse [v]
take off despegar [v]
take a walk pasear [v]
take away llevar [v]
take from sustraer [v]
take care of oneself cuidarse [v]
take the lead adelantarse [v]
take care of cuidar [v]
take place transcurrir [v]
take a short cut atajar [v]
take advantage aprovecharse [v]
take notice of advertir [v]
take place ocurrir [v]
take possession apoderar [v]
take possession apoderarse [v]
take away quitar [v]
take a long time demorarse [v]
General
take [us] taquilla [f]
take a picture of retratar [v]
take the place of desplazar [v]
take back retrotraer [v]
take on abarcar [v]
take off despojarse de [v]
take down abatir [v]
take risks correr riesgos [v]
take up abrazar [v]
take charge of abrazar [v]
take in abrazar [v]
take shelter abrigarse [v]
take a decision tomar una determinación [v]
take away detraer [v]
take away robar [v]
take back devolución [v]
take in absorber [v]
take up absorber [v]
take advantage of abusar de [v]
take a walk dar un rol [v]
take advantage abusar [v]
take notes tomar notas [v]
take up acaparar [v]
take up ocupar [v]
take care of ocuparse [v]
take an interest in ocuparse [v]
take in acogedor [v]
take out sacarse [v]
take the offensive tomar la ofensiva [v]
take hold of acometer [v]
take hold dispararse [v]
take advice aconsejarse [v]
take up acortar [v]
take part tomar la salida [v]
take part acudir [v]
take off adelgazar [v]
take drugs drogarse [v]
take revenge satisfacerse [v]
take a shower [us] ducharse [v]
take on adoptar [v]
take charge of hacerse cargo de [v]
take on adquirir [v]
take part in secundar [v]
take out insurance hacerse un seguro [v]
take effect hacer efecto [v]
take effect tener efecto [v]
take root afincarse [v]
take the floor tomar la palabra [v]
take the floor hacer uso de la palabra [v]
take for granted dar por sentado [v]
take offence agraviarse [v]
take in water hacer aguas [v]
take sides significarse [v]
take the air airearse [v]
take in ajustar (arreglar) [v]
take part participar [v]
take sides tomar partido [v]
take care of encargarse de [v]
take charge of encargarse de [v]
take for a walk pasear [v]
take a step dar un paso [v]
take heart alentarse [v]
take (root) pegar [v]
take turns alternarse [v]
take root enraizar [v]
take in chupar [v]
take up chupar [v]
take a break hacer un alto [v]
take up enristrar [v]
take the hint darse por aludido [v]
take in amadrigar [v]
take in amainar [v]
take up subir [v]
take part intervenir [v]
take over intervenir [v]
take control of intervenir [v]
take in entrar [v]
take poison envenenarse [v]
take the place of suplantar [v]
take in cobijar [v]
take in cobrar [v]
take away sustraer [v]
take a walk dar un paseo [v]
take a stroll dar un paseo [v]
take down coger [v]
take notes coger apuntes [v]
take prisoner coger [v]
take on coger [v]
take in coger [v]
take in angostar [v]
take in anidar [v]
take great pains esmerarse [v]
take away apagar [v]
take communion comulgar [v]
take pity on apiadarse de [v]
take out concertar [v]
take possession of apoderarse de [v]
take part concurrir [v]
take part concursar [v]
take advantage of aprovecharse de [v]
take notes sacar apuntes [v]
take notes tomar apuntes [v]
take down levantar [v]
take in estrechar [v]
take up arms tomar las armas [v]
take precautions tomar precauciones [v]
take up consumir [v]
take into account contabilizar [v]
take root arraigar [v]
take root arraigarse [v]
take an examination examinarse [v]
take down tomar [v]
take on tomar [v]
take on contraer [v]
take root prender [v]
take a risk arriesgarse [v]
take on contratar [v]
take a risk arriscarse [v]
take down copiar [v]
take by storm tomar por asalto [v]
take out extirpar [v]
take place tener lugar [v]
take a seat tomar asiento [v]
take in asilar [v]
take refuge asilarse [v]
take hold of asirse [v]
take hold asirse [v]
take fright asombrarse [v]
take in aspirar [v]
take place producirse [v]
take a false step dar un paso en falso [v]
take vows profesar [v]
take up asumir [v]
take over asumir [v]
take office asumir [v]
take care of atender a [v]
take shape cristalizar [v]
take in atrapar [v]
take a step back dar un paso atrás [v]
take the lead tomar el mando [v]
take up fijar [v]
take shape cuajar [v]
take off cuajar [v]
take into account tener en cuenta [v]
take turns turnarse [v]
take shape tomar cuerpo [v]
take a purge purgarse [v]
take care of cuidar de [v]
take care over cuidar [v]
take risks aventarse [v]
take a chance aventurarse [v]
take off quitar [v]
take down quitar [v]
take shape tomar forma [v]
take out quitarse [v]
take offence formalizarse [v]
take care of custodiar [v]
take root echar raíces [v]
take down bajar [v]
take stock hacer balance [v]
take a bath bañarse [v]
take a throw-in sacar de banda [v]
take the veil tomar el velo [v]
take revenge vengarse [v]
take on reclutar [v]
take in recoger [v]
take up recoger [v]
take into account recoger [v]
take shelter recogerse [v]
take up meter [v]
take back reconducir [v]
take over recorrer [v]
take place verificarse [v]
take a decision tomar una decisión [v]
take refuge ganar [v]
take apart desarmar [v]
take down desarmar [v]
take place desarrollarse [v]
take apart desarticular [v]
take effect entrar en vigencia [v]
take effect entrar en vigor [v]
take off one's shoes descalzarse [v]
take up descargar [v]
take offence molestarse [v]
take offense [us] molestarse [v]
take down descolgar [v]
take over tomar el relevo [v]
take off descontar [v]
take heed of reparar en [v]
take a vow votar [v]
take apart deshacer [v]
take a wife tomar mujer [v]
take down desmantelar [v]
take a break tomarse un respiro [v]
take care guardarse [v]
take refuge guarecerse [v]
take apart desmontar [v]
take away restar [v]
take down desmontar [v]
take out desocupar [v]
take back retirar [v]
take up again retomar [v]
take one's leave despedirse [v]
take-down [us] derribo [m]
anything you can take with a sack cloth haldada [f]
dispensation to take holy orders extratémpora [f]
take something down from its place apear [v]
take apart abatir [v]
take the shape of an acorn abellotarse [v]
take the lead adelantarse [v]
take the air airearse [v]
take over amachinarse [v] MX
take/catch with the mouth abocar [v]
take possession of apoderarse [v]
take lodgings aposentarse [v]
take possession aposesionarse [v]
take advice asesorarse [v]
take a nap asestar [v] rur. rare
take up one's abode adomiciliarse [v]
take shelter abrigarse [v]
take advantage of asirse [v]
take to the mountains amontarse [v]
take a lodging albergarse [v]
take hold of adueñarse [v]
take possession of adueñarse [v]
take fright asombrarse [v]
take upon oneself asumir [v]
take root acepar [v]
take courage acerarse [v]
take shelter in acogerse [v]
take in acomodar [v]
take up beforehand anticipar [v]
take counsel of aconsejarse de [v]
take counsel with aconsejar con [v]
take counsel aconsejarse [v]
take offence agraviarse [v]
take shelter acorrerse [v]
take away (authority) anular [v]
take lodgings alojarse [v]
take time aguardar [v]
take action actuar [v]
take horse cabalgar [v]
take away tiles/flagstones desembaldosar [v]
take out the contents of a basket desembanastar [v]
take something from the arms desembrazar [v]
take care of conservar [v]
take off pitch desempegar [v]
take out bolts/spikes desempernar [v]
take off a packsaddle desenalbardar [v]
take the handle from desenastar [v]
take off ribbons desencintar [v]
take pins or pegs out of a musical instrument desenclavijar [v]
take away strings/cords desencordelar [v]
take out of a bag/pillowcase/scabbard desenfundar [v]
take down from a hook desenganchar [v]
take a jewel from its setting desengastar [v]
take out of a setting (jewelry) desengarzar [v]
take off the grease desengrasar [v]
take out of the oven desenhornar [v]
take up bricks or tiles from a floor desenladrillar [v]
take up the flagstones of a floor desenlosar [v]
take fish out of the net desenmallar [v]
take away the taste of fat desensebar [v]
take away an awning desentoldar [v]
take counsel of consultar [v]
take off fillets/bands desenvendar [v]
take up mats desesterar [v]
take off desfijar [v]
take the bottom off a vessel desfondar [v]
take revenge desforzarse [v] rare
take a board or stave from a groove desgargolar [v]
take a ship to pieces desguazar [v]
take out a sample calar [v]
take away a part of baldar [v] rur. rare
take out the bones of animals deshuesar [v]
take out of the oven deshornar [v]
take away the color deslavar [v]
take a bath bañarse [v]
take off shackles (from horses/mules) desmanear [v]
take off a handle desmangar [v]
take off the butter desmantecar [v]
take honey from a hive desmelar [v]
take the best part of something desnatar [v]
take off one's clothes desnudarse [v]
take papers for signature despachar [v]
take leave despedirse [v]
take revenge on despicarse [v]
take lodging cobijarse [v]
take shelter cobijarse [v]
take out rivets desroblar [v]
take up coger [v]
take up a position cantonarse [v]
take up a position cantonar [v]
take the inside out of anything destripar [v] fig.
take out the contents of a portmanteau desvalijar [v]
take away from the sight desvanecer [v]
take down deponer [v]
take mineral from the veins desvenar [v]
take off a bandage from desvendar [v]
take one's place/seat colocar [v]
take bees from a hive desabejar [v]
take form dibujarse [v]
take the fresh air desacalorarse [v]
take away sharpness and bitterness desacerbar [v]
take (a piece in a game of draughts) comer [v]
take down fences desacotar [v]
take off the lining desaforrar [v]
take a card with a higher one cargar [v]
take away cargar [v]
take the necessary steps diligenciar [v]
take away all hope from desahuciar [v]
take no notice of desairar [v]
take a packsaddle off desalbardar [v]
take up carpets desalfombrar [v]
take the starch out of linen desalmidonar [v]
take away from plants earth which had been heaped about them desaporcar [v]
take the gloss off clothes desaprensar [v]
take away props/supports desapuntalar [v]
take away sand desarenar [v]
take apart (machines) desarmar [v]
take out wrinkles desarrugar [v]
take the guns out of a ship or fortress desartillar [v]
take no notice of a person or a thing desatender [v]
take shelter (sheep) cubilar [v]
take off the quicksilver from a looking-glass desazogar [v]
take the cork from trees desbornizar [v]
take away the leaves and superfluous buds of plants descaballar [v]
take away wedges/chocks descalzar [v]
take care of one's health cuidarse [v]
take off the crust (usually of bread) descanterar [v]
take off the cowl/hood descaperuzar [v]
take off the hood descapillar [v]
take away part of a thing descarnar [v] fig.
take off (belt/crown) desceñir [v]
take the empty combs from a beehive descerar [v]
take out the heart from vegetables descogollar [v]
take counsel conferenciar [v]
take pity on dolerse [v]
take precautions against loss or harm caucionar [v]
take care of curarse [v]
take the necessary precautions cautelarse [v]
take for granted descontar [v]
take off the top or crown from anything descoronar [v]
take crust off bread descortezar [v]
take hold of cebar [v]
take out the ribs descostillar [v]
take off the crust descostrar [v]
take off the crest/comb descrestar [v]
take an oath conjuramentarse [v]
take off one's hat to anyone descubrirse [v]
take back a present desdonar [v] outdated
take off the gilt desdonar [v] outdated
take a chance exponer [v]
take in embaucar [v]
take special pains extremarse [v]
take warning escarmentar [v]
take a census empadronar [v]
take a census of inhabitants encabezar [v]
take the road to encaminarse [v]
take great pains esmerarse [v]
take charge encargar [v]
take cover from the enemy's fire espaldonarse [v]
take a holiday feriar [v]
take pleasure/satisfaction in holgar [v]
take fire encenderse [v]
take up (something new) encentar [v]
take root encepar [v]
take steps gestionar [v]
take part in figurar [v]
take a delight in gloriarse [v]
take a delight in anything glorificarse [v]
take notice of fijarse en [v]
lodge/take lodgings hospedarse [v]
take the direct road enderezar [v]
take pleasure enfiestarse [v] ANS CL HN MX HN NI
take one's stand estacionarse [v]
take an academic degree graduarse [v]
take a new swarm from a hive enjambrar [v]
take sea-room enmararse [v]
take a husband enmaridar [v]
take syrups frequently jarabearse [v] rare
take shape formarse [v]
take refuge amongst rocks enriscarse [v]
take an active part in an affair jugar (un papel) [v]
take care of guardar [v]
take refuge/shelter guarecerse [v]
measure and take dues for grinding corn maquilar [v]
take up again refrescar [v]
take the air refrescar [v]
take root prevalecer [v]
take root (plants) pegar [v]
begin to take effect pegar [v]
take pleasure regostarse [v]
take care of oneself reguardarse [v]
take very little food pellizcar [v]
take care percatar [v]
take undue liberties propasarse [v]
take away what is useless remondar [v]
take refuge in the mountains remontarse [v]
take steps providenciar [v]
take possession of ocupar [v]
take offence ofenderse [v]
take a collation merendar [v] rare
take away mermar [v]
take up (an appointment) optar [v]
take a purge purgarse [v]
take part mezclarse [v]
take shelter resguardarse [v]
take breath resollar [v]
take rest respirar [v]
take notice mirar [v]
take care mirar [v]
take out quitar [v]
take refuge retirarse [v]
take root radicarse [v]
take refuge retraerse [v]
take a second flight revolar [v]
take a new ballot revotarse [v]
take command (a ship) montar [v]
take part poner [v]
take shelter in the night majadear [v]
take the honeycomb after removing the bees robar [v]
take possession posesionarse [v]
take the longer road rodear [v]
take care recatarse [v]
take refuge receptarse [v]
take in recibir [v]
take charge of recibir [v]
take shelter recogerse [v]
take the air pasear [v]
take rise/beginning nacer [v]
take pledges prendar [v]
take a fancy to anything prendarse [v]
take fire prender [v]
take to an ordered life reducirse [v]
take for granted suponer [v]
take place verificarse [v]
take feloniously sustraer [v]
take possession of tomar [v]
take by surprise saltear [v]
take into service tomar [v]
take off tomar [v]
take a trick (at cards) tomar [v]
take into one's company tomar [v]
take place sobrevenir [v]
take a long time tardar [v]
take command sargentear [v]
take satisfaction satisfacerse [v]
take advantage of utilizarse [v]
take hold of trabar [v]
take long strides trancar [v]
take unawares sorprender [v]
take maté yerbatear [v] AMER
take part terciar [v]
take away substraer [v]
take off separar [v]
take a rest sestear [v]
take a siesta sestear [v]
take a nap sestear [v]