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Translation of "person" - English-Spanish dictionary

person

noun /ˈpəːsn/ ( plural people /ˈpiːpl/, persons)
a human being persona There’s a person outside who wants to speak to you Some people are never satisfied. a person’s body encima (suyo) He never carried money on his person (= with him in his pockets etc). personal adjective one’s own personal This is his personal opinion The matter will have my personal attention. private personal This is a personal matter between him and me. in person en persona The Prime Minister will make a personal appearance. (making remarks which are) insulting, especially about a person’s appearance etc indiscreto, maleducado, ofensivo personal remarks Don’t be personal! personality noun ( plural personalities) a person’s characteristics (of the mind, the emotions etc) as a whole personalidad a likeable / forceful (= strong) personality. strong, distinctive (usually attractive) character personalidad She is not beautiful, but she has a lot of personality. a well-known person personalidad a television personality (also adjective) a personality cult (= very great, usually too great, admiration for a person, usually a political leader). personalize verb ( also personalise (British)) to mark or decorate something to show that it belongs to a particular person Personalizar Upon arrival, they gave her a special invitation that had been personalized with her name. to make, design, or change something so that it meets the needs of a particular person Personalizar All games can be personalized to suit the needs and interests of each individual child. to discuss something by referring to the people involved rather than to more general facts Personalizar Tabloid newspapers have a tendency to personalize politics. personalized adjective ( also personalised (British)) Personalizado personalized handkerchiefs embroidered with your initials. personally adverb in one’s own opinion personalmente Personally, I prefer the other one. doing something oneself, not having or letting someone else do it on one’s behalf personalmente, en persona He thanked me personally. personal assistant noun (also PA) (British) someone whose job is to help a manager by writing letters and making arrangements. Asistente Personal personal computer noun (also PC) a small computer that can be used independently by an individual user for word-processing, games, e-mail, storage of information. etc. ordenador personal personal organizer ( (also personal organiserBritish)) a small book with loose pages or a small computer that you use to write down important information such addresses, phone numbers, and the dates of meetings. Agenda Personal personal pronoun noun (linguistics) a pronoun which refers to the first, second, or third persons. Pronombre Personal personal stereo noun (also Walkman®) a small (radio and) cassette player with headphones that enables the person wearing it to listen to music while walking etc. walkman personal trainer noun someone whose job is to help someone become physically fit by suggesting and demonstrating exercises they should do. Entrenador Personal personal watercraft noun a small boat for one or two people that is ridden like a motorcycle. moto acuática in person personally; one’s self, not represented by someone else en persona The Queen was there in person I’d like to thank him in person.
Translations of “person”
in Arabic شَخْص…
in Korean 사람, 인간…
in Malaysian orang, bersamanya…
in French personne, soi…
in Turkish kişi, birey, şahıs…
in Italian persona…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人, (用於描述人的某一品質)…的人…
in Russian человек, личность…
in Polish osoba…
in Vietnamese người, theo người…
in Portuguese pessoa…
in Thai มนุษย์, ที่ตัว…
in German die Person, der Körper…
in Catalan persona…
in Japanese 人, 人間…
in Indonesian orang, diri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人, (用于描述人的某一品质)…的人…
(Definition of person from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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