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present / estar presente
 
present   1   [ˈpreznt]
A. -adjective
1. [person]
·to be present
(in place)   estar presente   (at function)   asistir,   estar presente
·he insisted on being present
·se empeñó en estar presente or en asistir
·the whole family was present
·estaba toda la familia presente
·how many others were present?
·¿cuántos masculineánoun había?,   ¿cuántos masculineánoun estuvieron presentes?
·nobody else was present
·no había nadie masculineánoun,   nadie masculineánoun estuvo presente
·is there a doctor present?
·¿hay un masculineédico (presente)?
·present!
·¡presente!
·ssh! there are ladies present
·¡sss! hay señoras delante
a. to be present [at]
[+function]   asistir a,   estar presente en
[+scene, accident]   presenciar
b. present [company] excepted =   exceptuando a los presentes
c. all present and [correct]   (military)   todos presentes   humorous   somos todos los que estamos y estamos todos los que somos
d. [those] present =   los presentes
2. ·to be present
[thing, substance]   encontrarse
·in some areas, fluoride is naturally present in the water supply
·en algunas zonas, el flúor se encuentra de forma natural en el agua
·to be [ever] present
·estar siempre presente
3. (=current)   actual
·how long have you been in your present job?
·¿cuánto tiempo llevas en tu puesto actual?
·in its present form
·en su forma actual
·the present government
·el actual gobierno
a. from Roman times to the present [day] =   desde los tiempos romanos hasta nuestros días
·this tradition has continued to the present [day]
·esta tradiciónoun sigue vigente
·a solution to the problems of the present day
·una soluciónoun a los problemas actuales or de nuestros días
b. at the present [time]
(=at this instant)   en este momento
(=currently)   actualmente,   hoy día
·(up) [to] the present time
·hasta nuestros días,   hasta los tiempos actuales
4. (grammar)   presente
B. -noun
1. (=present time)
·[the] present
·el presente
a. [for] the present =   de momento,   por lo pronto
·that will be all for the present
·de momento or por lo pronto esto es todo
·I'll say goodbye for the present
·me despido hasta la próxima
b. [up to] the present =   hasta ahora
c. to live for the present   vivir el momento
·(there'noun) no time like the present
·no dejes para mañana lo que puedas hacer hoy
2. ·[at] present
(=at this instant)   en este momento
(=currently)   ahora,   actualmente
·Mr Young isn't here at present
·el Sr. Young no está aquí en este momento
·I don't want to get married at present
·de momento no me quiero casar
·as things are at present
·como estánoun las cosas ahora,   como estánoun las cosas actualmente
3. (grammar)   (tiempo (m) ) presente (m)
4. (law, legal)
·[by] these presents
·por los aquí presentes
C. -compound
·the present continuous   -noun   el presente continuo
·the present indicative   -noun   el presente de indicativo
·present participle   -noun   participio (m) activo,   participio (m) (de) presente
·the present perfect   -noun   el pretérito perfecto
·the present simple   -noun   el presente simple
·the present subjunctive   -noun   el presente de subjuntivo
·the present tense   -noun   el (tiempo) presente
 
present / regalo
 
present   2   [ˈpreznt]   -noun
(=gift)   regalo (m),   obsequio (m) formal usage,   presente (m) formal usage, literary
·it'noun for a present
·es para (un) regalo
·she gave me the book as a present
·me regaló el libro
·it was a present from Dad
·era un regalo de papá
·to [give] somebody a present
·hacer un regalo a somebody, someone
·to make somebody a present of something
·regalar algo a somebody, someone
(figurative)   dar algo a somebody, someone medio regalado,   servir algo a somebody, someone en bandeja
 
present / entregar
 
present   3   [prɪˈzent]
A. -transitive verb
1. (=give)
1.1. [+prize, award]   entregar,   hacer entrega de
·to present something [to] somebody
·entregar algo a somebody, someone,   hacer entrega de algo a somebody, someone
·they have presented a petition to Parliament
·han hecho entrega de or han presentado una peticiónoun al parlamento
1.2. [+gift]
·to present somebody [with] something
·present something [to] somebody
·regalar algo a somebody, someone,   obsequiar a somebody, someone con algo more formal usage,   obsequiar algo a somebody, someone Latin America
2. (=introduce)   presentar
·may I present Miss Clark?
·allow me to present Miss Clark
formal usage   permítame presentarle a or le presento a la Srta. Clark
·it gives me great pleasure to present ...
·es para masculineí un honor or placer presentarles a ...
·he presented Jane to his mother
·presentó a Jane a su madre
·to be presented at court
(British, Great Britain)   (law, legal)   ser presentado en la corte
3. (=offer formally)
a. to present one'noun [apologies] (to somebody) =   presentar sus excusas (ante somebody, someone)
b. to present one'noun [compliments] (to somebody) =   presentar or ofrecer sus saludos (a somebody, someone)
c. to present one'noun [credentials] (to somebody)
[diplomat]   presentar sus credenciales (ante somebody, someone)
4. (=show)
[+documents, tickets]   presentar,   mostrar
5. (=put forward, communicate)
[+report, proposal, evidence]   presentar
[+case, argument]   exponer   (parliament)
[+bill]   presentar
·figures can be presented in many ways
·hay muchas maneras de presentar las cifras
a. the party has to present a more professional [image] =   el partido debe presentar or proyectar una imagen masculineánoun profesional
b. she presented her [plan] to the meeting =   expuso su proyecto a la reuniónoun
6. (=pose)
[+challenge]   representar
[+opportunity]   presentar,   ofrecer
[+sight]   ofrecer
·if you are old, getting fit can present a challenge
·si es usted mayor, ponerse en forma puede representar un reto
·the bay presents a magnificent sight
·la bahía ofrece una vista maravillosa
a. the boy presents a [problem] =   el chico nos plantea un problema
b. the patrol presented an easy [target] =   la patrulla era un blanco feminineácil
7. (=provide, confront)
·to present somebody with something: the author presents us with a vivid chronicle of contemporary America
·el autor nos brinda or ofrece una vívida crónica de la América contemporánea
a. she bought a new car and presented me with the [bill] =   se compró un coche nuevo y me pasó la factura
b. to present somebody with a [daughter]/[son]   formal usage, humorous   ofrecer a somebody, someone una hija/un hijo
8. (=represent, portray)   presentar
·the report presents her in a favourable light
·el informe presenta una imagen favorable de ella
9. (commerce)
(=tender, submit)
[+bill]   presentar,   pasar
[+cheque]   presentar
·the cheque was presented for payment on 24th
·el cheque se presentó para el cobro el día 24
10. (radio, television)
[+programme]   presentar   (theatre)
[+play]   presentar,   ofrecer el montaje de   (Art)
[+exhibition]   exponer,   presentar
·presenting Garbo as Mimi
·con Garbo en el papel de Mimi
11. (military)
·to present [arms]
·presentar las armas
·present arms!
·¡presenten armas!
12. ·to present o.noun.
[person]   presentarse
·how you present yourself is extremely important
·la manera de presentarse es muy importante
a. to present o.noun. [as] something
·he presents himself as a moderate, but he'noun not
·se define a nouní mismo como un moderado, pero no lo es
·she'noun thinking of presenting herself as a candidate
·está pensando en presentarse como candidata
b. to present o.noun. for [examination] =   presentarse a (un) examen
c. to present o.noun. for (an) [interview] =   presentarse a una entrevista
13. ·to present itself
[opportunity, problem]   surgir,   presentarse
·a problem has presented itself
·ha surgido or se ha presentado un problema
B. -intransitive verb
(medicine)
·to present [with] something
[patient]   presentarse con algo
·to present with or as something
[condition]   presentarse en forma de algo
 
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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