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noun | verb | adjective

present noun

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regalo, obsequio; presente

Ejemplos de uso de
present noun

  • Past, present, and future are all linked together.
  • I gave her a book as a present.

Sinónimos de
present noun

present verb

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presented, has presented, is presenting, presents
presentar; presentar (una obra de teatro, etc.); entregar (un regalo, etc.), regalar, obsequiar; ofrecer

Ejemplos de uso de
present verb

  • He presented the queen with a diamond necklace.
  • He was presented with a medal at the ceremony.
  • The scientist presented his results to the committee.
  • She will be presenting a paper on methods for teaching ESL at the conference.
  • What time will you be presenting?
  • An offer was presented for our consideration.
  • The Main Street Theater Company is presenting Shakespeare's Othello next month.
  • The museum is presenting an exhibition of paintings by Monet.
  • She presented a check for $5,000 to the charity.

Sinónimos detallados para present verb

Ver: Offer, Show

present adjective

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actual; presente

Ejemplos de uso de
present adjective

  • The game has existed in its present form for more than 300 years.
  • I am very busy at the present moment.

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Traducción inversa para present

regalo  - gift, present, pleasure, comfort, treat 
obsequio  - gift, present 
presente  - present (time, tense), one present 
presentar  - to present, to show, to offer, to give, to submit (a document), to launch (a product), to introduce (a person) 
presentar  (una obra de teatro, etc.) - to present, to show, to offer, to give, to submit (a document), to launch (a product), to introduce (a person) 
entregar  (un regalo, etc.) - to deliver, to give, to present, to hand in, to hand over 
regalar  - to present (as a gift), to give away, to regale, to entertain, to flatter, to make a fuss over 
obsequiar  - to give, to present 
ofrecer  - to offer, to provide, to give, to present (an appearance, etc.) 
actual  - present, current, continuing 
presente  - present, in attendance, present, current 
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