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3 Translation results for surge in Spanish

noun | verb | verbo

surge noun

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oleaje (del mar), oleada (de gente); arranque, arrebato (de ira, etc.); aumento (subito)

Example sentences of
surge noun

  • The sport is enjoying a surge in popularity.
  • a surge of support for the candidate
  • There was a sudden surge toward the door.
  • There has been a surge of immigrants into the city.

Synonyms of
surge noun

surge verb

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surged, has surged, is surging, surges
hincharse (dícese del mar), levantarse (dícese de las olas); salir en tropel (dícese de la gente, etc.)

Example sentences of
surge verb

  • We all surged toward the door.
  • She surged past the other runners.
  • Thoughts of what could happen were surging through his mind.
  • Housing prices have surged in recent months.
  • Interest in the sport has been surging.

Detailed synonyms for surge verb

See: Pour, Rise

surgir verbo

to rise, to arise, to emerge

Related phrases for surge

Reverse translation for surge

oleaje  (del mar) - waves 
oleada  (de gente) - swell, wave 
arranque  - starter (of a car), outburst, fit 
arrebato  (de ira, etc.) - fit, outburst 
aumento  (subito) - increase, rise 
hincharse  (dícese del mar) - to swell up, to become conceited, to swell with pride 
levantarse  (dícese de las olas) - to rise, to stand up, to get out of bed 
salir en tropel  (dícese de la gente, etc.)
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