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Translation of "potential" - English-Spanish dictionary

potential

adjective   /pəˈten·ʃəl/
possible potencial, posible A few potential buyers have been found.
noun   /pəˈtenʃəl/
[no plural] qualities that allow someone or something to develop or succeed potencial She has a lot of potential as a writer.
(Definition of potential from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

potential

adjective /pəˈtenʃəl/
possible; that may develop into the thing mentioned potencial That hole in the road is a potential danger.
potentially adverb
potencialmente She could potentially become a great artist.
potential energy noun
(physics) the energy that exists in an object because of its position or condition rather than its motion. For example, a raised weight or a charged battery has potential energy Energia Potencial The wound spring of a clock possesses potential energy.
(Definition of potential from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “potential”
in Korean 잠재적인…
in Arabic إمكانِيّة…
in Malaysian berpotensi…
in French en puissance…
in Russian потенциальный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 潛在的,可能的…
in Italian potenziale…
in Turkish olası, muhtemel, potansiyel…
in Polish potencjalny…
in Vietnamese tiềm năng…
in Portuguese potencial, possível…
in Thai ที่อาจเกิดขึ้นได้…
in German potentiell…
in Catalan potencial, possible…
in Japanese 可能性がある…
in Chinese (Simplified) 潜在的,可能的…
in Indonesian potensial…
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