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Translation of "present" - English-Spanish dictionary

present

verb /priˈzent/
to give, especially formally or ceremonially entregar, hacer entrega de The child presented a bunch of flowers to the Queen He was presented with a gold watch when he retired.
to introduce presentar (a) May I present my wife (to you)?
to arrange the production of (a play, film etc) presentar The Elizabethan Theatre Company presents ’Hamlet’, by William Shakespeare.
to offer (ideas etc ) for consideration, or (a problem etc) for solving presentar She presents (=expresses) her ideas very clearly The situation presents a problem.
to bring (oneself); to appear presentarse He presented himself at the dinner table half an hour late.
presenter noun
presentador a radio/television presenter.
presentable adjective
suitable to be seen, introduced etc presentable You don’t look very presentable in those old clothes.
presentation /pre-/ noun
the act of presenting presentación the presentation of the prizes the presentation of a new play (also adjective) a presentation ceremony a presentation gold watch.
the manner in which written work etc is presented or set out presentación Try to improve the presentation of your work.
a performance, or set of repeated performances, of a play, opera etc representación This is the best presentation of ’Macbeth’ that I’ve ever seen.
present arms
to hold a rifle upright in front of one, as a salute presentar armas The drill sergeant ordered the soldiers to present arms.
(Definition of present from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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