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Significado de “would” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "would" - Diccionario Inglés

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wouldmodal verb

uk   us   strong /wʊd/ weak /wəd/ /əd/

would modal verb (FUTURE)

B1 (also 'd) used to refer to ​futuretime from the ​point of ​view of the past: He said he would ​see his ​brothertomorrow. They ​knew there would be ​troubleunless the ​report was ​finished by the next ​day. We ​realized it wouldn't be ​easy to ​find another ​secretary.would have used to refer back to a ​time in the past from a ​point of ​view in the ​future: We ​thought they would have got ​home by five o'clock, but there was no ​reply when we ​phoned.
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would modal verb (INTENTION)

(also 'd) used to refer to an ​intention from the ​point of ​view of the past: He said he would always ​love her . They ​promised that they would ​help. There was nobody ​left who would (= was ​willing to) do it. I ​asked him to ​move his ​car but he said he wouldn't (= he ​refused).
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would modal verb (POSSIBILITY)

B1 (also 'd) used to refer to a ​situation that you can ​imaginehappening: I would ​hate to ​miss the show. I'd go myself but I'm too ​busy. It would have been very ​boring to ​sit through the ​wholespeech.B1 (also 'd) used with if in conditionalsentences (= ​sentences that refer to what ​happens if something ​elsehappens): What would you do if you ​lostyourjob? If I'd had ​time, I would have gone to ​see Graham.
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would modal verb (REQUEST)

A1 (also 'd) used in ​politerequests and ​offers: Would you ​mindsharing a ​room? Would you like me to come with you? Would you like some ​cake?
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would modal verb (WILLINGNESS)

B1 past simple of will modal verb : used to ​talk about what someone was ​willing to do or what something was ​able to do: The ​car wouldn't ​start this ​morning.
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would modal verb (WISH)

would rather/sooner (also 'd)
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B1 used to show that you ​prefer to have or do one thing more than another: I'd ​rather have a ​beer. Which would you ​sooner do - go ​swimming or ​playtennis? Wouldn't you ​ratherfinish it ​tomorrow? He'd ​ratherdie than (= he ​certainly does not ​want to)let me ​think he ​neededhelp.
would that... formal used to ​express a ​strongwish or desire: Would that (= if only) she could ​see her ​famousson now.

would modal verb (FREQUENCY)

B2 (also 'd) used to ​talk about things in the past that ​happened often or always: He would always ​turn and ​wave at the end of the ​street. (also 'd) disapproving used to ​suggest that what ​happens is ​expected because it is ​typical, ​especially of a person's ​behaviour: "Madeleine called to say she's too ​busy to come." "She would - she always has an ​excuse."
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  • He would always ​begin his ​lectures with a ​joke.
  • They would often go for a ​drink together on Wednesdays.
  • He would always ​smoke a ​cigar after ​dinner.
  • She would often ​forget where she'd put her ​glasses.
  • He would say that! He's always got a ​reason for being late.

would modal verb (OPINION)

C1 (also 'd) used to ​express an ​opinion in a ​polite way without being ​forceful: I would ​think we need to ​speak to the ​headteacher about this first. It's not what we would haveexpected from a ​professionalservice.
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would modal verb (ADVISE)

(also 'd) used after "I" when giving ​advice: I wouldn't (= I ​advise you not to)worry about it, if I were you.
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would modal verb (REASON)

(also 'd) used after "why" when giving or ​asking the ​reason for something: Why would anyone ​want to ​eat something so ​horrible?
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  • He came to ​see you. Why ​else would he come?
  • Why would he ​run away from the ​scene of the ​crime if he wasn't ​guilty?
  • Why would you ​drive, when you could take the ​train?
  • Why would anyone do such a thing?
  • They must have ​split up. Why ​else would he be ​moving out?

would modal verb (PROBABILITY)

(also 'd) used to refer to what is very ​likely: "The ​guy on the ​phone had a ​Southernaccent." "That would be Tom."
(Definition of would from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "would" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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wouldmodal verb

 us   /wʊd, wəd/

would modal verb (FUTURE)

used to refer to ​futuretime after a ​verb in the past ​tense: He said he would ​see his ​brothertomorrow. They hoped they would go to France for ​their next ​vacation.

would modal verb (INTENTION)

used to ​express an ​intention or ​plan after a ​verb in a past ​tense: He said he would ​love her ​forever. They ​promised that ​tomorrow they would ​help.

would modal verb (REQUEST)

used as a ​form of will in ​requests and ​offers: "Would you like some ​cake?" "Yes, I would." Would you ​pick up a ​newspaper on ​your way ​home?

would modal verb (POSSIBLE)

used to refer to a ​possibility or ​likelihood: I would ​hate to ​miss the show. Would is used with if in ​sentences that show what will ​happen if something ​elsehappens: What would you do if you ​lostyourjob?

would modal verb (ALWAYS)

used to ​suggest that in the past something ​happened often or always: In ​summer my ​dad would ​sit on the back ​porch after ​supper and ​read the ​newspaper.

would

 us   /wʊd, wəd/

would (WILL)

past simple of will : The ​car wouldn’t ​start this ​morning.
(Definition of would from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “would”
en coreano (상상하는 일이 발생할 경우)-일 것이다, “will”의 과거형으로 쓰임, (상상속에서 일어 날 수 있는 일을 말할때) -일 것이다…
en árabe سَوف, الفِعل الماضي مِنْ will, فِعل مُساعِد…
in Malaysian akan, bakal, (not translated)…
en francés -rais, -rait, ……
en ruso вспом. гл. для образования форм сослагательного наклонения, вспом. гл., в придаточном предложении служит для выражения будущего времени…
en chino (tradicionál) 未來, (從過去的角度指將來發生的事)將,將要…
en italiano usato per esprimere quello che potrebbe accadere se qualcos’altro accade, usato come passato semplice di “will”, usato per esprimere una situazione che si immagina possa accadere…
en turco bir şey olursa ondan sonra olabilecek şeyi anlatmada kullanılır (şart cümleciğinin 2. türünde), geçmiş zaman fiil yapısında 'will' yardımcı fiilinin 2. hâli olarak kullanılır, birinin bir şeyi önceden yapmaya istekli olduğunu veya bir şeyin neyi yapabileceğini belirtirken 'will' yardımcı fiilinin geçmiş hâli olarak kullanılır…
en polaco by, często tłumaczymy polskim czasem przyszłym, chcieć…
en español (para formar el pasado de ‘‘will’’), (para expresar algo que puede o podría ocurrir), (para expresar de forma educada una opinión)…
in Vietnamese quá khứ của will, hỏi lịch sự, nêu quan điểm…
en portugués usado para dizer o que talvez aconteça se algo mais acontecer, forma do passado de “will”, usado para falar sobre uma situação que você pode imaginar que aconteça…
in Thai จะ, ใช้ในการพูดถึงสิ่งที่จะเกิดขึ้น หรืออาจเกิดขึ้น, ใช้เพื่อแสดงความเห็นอย่างสุภาพ…
en alemán Imperfekt von ‘will‘, konditional: würde/n/st, höflicher Ausdruck einer Vorliebe…
en catalán s’utilitza per a expressar el que passaria si es dóna una condició, passat de “will”, s’utilitza per a parlar de situacions imaginàries…
en japonés (もし~ならば)~するだろう, (もし~ならば)するかもしれない, “will” の過去形…
en chino (simplificado) 未来, (从过去的角度指将来发生的事)将,将要…
in Indonesian akan, mungkin, lebih suka…
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