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Translation of "active" - English-Spanish dictionary

active

adjective /ˈӕktiv/
energetic or lively; able to work etc
activo
At seventy, he’s no longer very active.
(busily) involved
activo
She is an active supporter of women’s rights.
causing an effect or effects
activo
Yeast is an active ingredient in bread-making.
in force
en vigor
The rule is still active.
(of volcanoes) still likely to erupt.
en actividad
(linguistics) of the form of a verb in which the subject performs the action
activo
The verb ’kicked’ is active in the sentence ’The boy kicked the ball’.
actively adverb
Activamente
She actively supports a number of charities.
activist noun a person who works to achieve social or political change
Activista
a human rights activist.
activeness noun
actividad
the political activeness of young people.
activity noun ( plural activities) the state of being active or lively
actividad
The streets are full of activity this morning.
something which one does as a pastime, as part of one’s job etc
actividad
His freetime activities include fishing and golf.
things which people do in order to achieve an aim
Actividad
business/criminal activities.
(Definition of active from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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