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Translation of "appear" - English-Spanish dictionary

appear

verb /əˈpiə/
to come into view
aparecer
A man suddenly appeared round the corner.
to arrive (at a place etc)
llegar
He appeared in time for dinner.
to come before or present oneself/itself before the public or a judge etc
aparecer, comparecer
He is appearing on television today He appeared before Judge Scott.
to look or seem as if (something is the case)
parecer, parece ser que
It appears that he is wrong He appears to be wrong.
appearance noun what can be seen (of a person, thing etc)
apariencia, imagen
From his appearance, he seemed very wealthy.
the act of coming into view or coming into a place
aparición
The thieves ran off at the sudden appearance of two policemen.
the act of coming before or presenting oneself/itself before the public or a judge etc
aparición, comparecencia
This will be his first appearance on the stage as a professional actor.
(Definition of appear from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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