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Sinónimos detallados de settled en inglés

settled:

settled adj.

  1. settled
  2. settled
    settled; done
  3. settled
    resident
    – living in a particular place 1
  4. settled
  5. settled
    – not changeable 1
    settled
    – not changeable 1
    • settled adj.
      • a period of settled weather1
  6. settled
    – inhabited by colonists 1
    settled; colonised; colonized
    – inhabited by colonists 1
  7. settled
    – established in a desired position or place; not moving about 1
    settled
    – established in a desired position or place; not moving about 1
    • settled adj.
      • nomads...absorbed among the settled people1
      • settled areas1
      • I don't feel entirely settled here1
      • the advent of settled civilization1
  8. settled
    – established or decided beyond dispute or doubt 1
    settled
    – established or decided beyond dispute or doubt 1
    • settled adj.
      • with details of the wedding settled she could now sleep at night1

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Definiciones relacionadas de "settled":

  1. not changeable1
    • a period of settled weather1
  2. inhabited by colonists1
  3. established in a desired position or place; not moving about1
    • nomads...absorbed among the settled people1
    • settled areas1
    • I don't feel entirely settled here1
    • the advent of settled civilization1
  4. established or decided beyond dispute or doubt1
    • with details of the wedding settled she could now sleep at night1

settled forma de settle:

to settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)

  1. to settle
    to establish; to settle; to colonize; to found; to open up; to ground; to prospect; to develop; to lay the foundations; to explore; to scan; to colonise
    • establish verbo (establishes, established, establishing)
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • colonize verbo, americano (colonizes, colonized, colonizing)
    • found verbo (founds, founded, founding)
    • open up verbo (opens up, opened up, opening up)
    • ground verbo (grounds, grounded, grounding)
    • prospect verbo (prospects, prospected, prospecting)
    • develop verbo (develops, developped, developping)
    • lay the foundations verbo (lays the foundations, laid the foundations, laying the foundations)
    • explore verbo (explores, explored, exploring)
    • scan verbo (scans, scanned, scanning)
    • colonise verbo, británico
  2. to settle
    to settle; to entomb; to take off; to put out; to inter; to do out; to remove
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • entomb verbo (entombs, entombed, entombing)
    • take off verbo (takes off, took off, taking off)
    • put out verbo (puts out, put out, putting out)
    • inter verbo (inters, interred, interring)
    • do out verbo (does out, did out, doing out)
    • remove verbo (removes, removed, removing)
  3. to settle
    to settle; to level; get even; to pay
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • level verbo (levels, levelled, levelling)
    • get even verbo
    • pay verbo (pays, paid, paying)
  4. to settle
    to pay; to settle; to pay up
    • pay verbo (pays, paid, paying)
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • pay up verbo (pays up, paid up, paying up)
  5. to settle
    to settle; to pay on account; to make even; to pay
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • pay on account verbo (pays on account, paid on account, paying on account)
    • make even verbo (makes even, made even, making even)
    • pay verbo (pays, paid, paying)
  6. to settle
    to arrange; to regulate; to settle; to order; to fix
    • arrange verbo (arranges, arranged, arranging)
    • regulate verbo (regulates, regulated, regulating)
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • fix verbo (fixes, fixed, fixing)
  7. to settle
    to settle; to receipt; pay a bill
  8. to settle
    to settle
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
  9. to settle
    to reconcile; to settle
    • reconcile verbo (reconciles, reconciled, reconciling)
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
  10. to settle
    to settle; to establish oneself; to take up one's residence somewhere
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • establish oneself verbo (establishes oneself, established oneself, establishing oneself)
    • take up one's residence somewhere verbo (takes up one's residence somewhere, took up one's residence somewhere, taking up one's residence somewhere)
  11. to settle
    patch up a quarrel; to settle; to make up
  12. to settle
    – come as if by falling 1
    to fall; to settle; to descend
    – come as if by falling 1
    • fall verbo (falls, fell, falling)
      • Night fell1
      • Silence fell1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • descend verbo (descends, descended, descending)
  13. to settle
    – take up residence and become established 1
    to settle; to locate
    – take up residence and become established 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
      • The immigrants settled in the Midwest1
    • locate verbo (locates, located, locating)
  14. to settle
    – form a community 1
    to settle
    – form a community 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
      • The Swedes settled in Minnesota1
  15. to settle
    – become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style 1
    to settle; to root; to settle down; to take root; steady down
    – become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
      • He finally settled down1
    • root verbo (roots, rooted, rooting)
    • settle down verbo (settles down, settled down, settling down)
    • take root verbo (takes root, took root, taking root)
    • steady down verbo
  16. to settle
    – make final; put the last touches on; put into final form 1
    to settle; finalize; to nail down; finalise
    – make final; put the last touches on; put into final form 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • finalize verbo, americano
      • let's finalize the proposal1
    • nail down verbo (nails down, nailed down, nailing down)
    • finalise verbo, británico
  17. to settle
    – establish or develop as a residence 1
    to settle
    – establish or develop as a residence 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
      • He settled the farm 200 years ago1
      • This land was settled by Germans1
  18. to settle
    – become resolved, fixed, established, or quiet 1
    to settle
    – become resolved, fixed, established, or quiet 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
      • The roar settled to a thunder1
      • The wind settled in the West1
      • it is settling to rain1
      • A cough settled in her chest1
      • Her mood settled into lethargy1
  19. to settle
    – bring to an end; settle conclusively 1
    to resolve; to settle; to decide; to adjudicate
    – bring to an end; settle conclusively 1
    • resolve verbo (resolves, resolved, resolving)
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • decide verbo (decides, decided, deciding)
      • The case was decided1
      • The judge decided the case in favor of the plaintiff1
    • adjudicate verbo (adjudicates, adjudicated, adjudicating)
      • The father adjudicated when the sons were quarreling over their inheritance1
  20. to settle
    – settle conclusively; come to terms 1
    to determine; to settle; square up; square off
    – settle conclusively; come to terms 1
  21. to settle
    – end a legal dispute by arriving at a settlement 1
    to settle
    – end a legal dispute by arriving at a settlement 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
      • The two parties finally settled1
  22. to settle
    – come to terms 1
    to reconcile; to settle; to make up; to conciliate; to patch up
    – come to terms 1
    • reconcile verbo (reconciles, reconciled, reconciling)
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • make up verbo (makes up, made up, making up)
    • conciliate verbo (conciliates, conciliated, conciliating)
    • patch up verbo (patches up, patched up, patching up)
  23. to settle
    – accept despite lack of complete satisfaction 1
    to settle
    – accept despite lack of complete satisfaction 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
      • We settled for a lower price1
  24. to settle
    – get one's revenge for a wrong or an injury 1
    to settle; to get back
    – get one's revenge for a wrong or an injury 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
      • I finally settled with my old enemy1
    • get back verbo (gets back, got back, getting back)
  25. to settle
    – arrange or fix in the desired order 1
    to settle
    – arrange or fix in the desired order 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
      • She settled the teacart1
  26. to settle
    – fix firmly 1
    to settle; ensconce
    – fix firmly 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • ensconce verbo
      • He ensconced himself in the chair1
  27. to settle
    – sink down or precipitate 1
    to settle; to subside
    – sink down or precipitate 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • subside verbo (subsides, subsided, subsiding)
      • the mud subsides when the waters become calm1
  28. to settle
    – cause to become clear by forming a sediment (of liquids) 1
    to settle
    – cause to become clear by forming a sediment (of liquids) 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
  29. to settle
    – become clear by the sinking of particles 1
    to settle
    – become clear by the sinking of particles 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
      • the liquid gradually settled1
  30. to settle
    – come to rest 1
    to settle
    – come to rest 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
  31. to settle
    – settle into a position, usually on a surface or ground 1
    to settle; to settle down
    – settle into a position, usually on a surface or ground 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
      • dust settled on the roofs1
    • settle down verbo (settles down, settled down, settling down)
  32. to settle
    – go under, 1
    to settle; to sink; to go down; to go under
    – go under, 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • sink verbo (sinks, sank, sinking)
      • The raft sank and its occupants drowned1
    • go down verbo (goes down, went down, going down)
    • go under verbo (goes under, went under, going under)
  33. to settle
    – dispose of; make a financial settlement 1
    to settle
    – dispose of; make a financial settlement 1
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
  34. to settle
    – To apply a payment or credit to an invoice; or, to transfer funds to complete a transaction. 2
    to settle
    – To apply a payment or credit to an invoice; or, to transfer funds to complete a transaction. 2
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)

Conjugaciones de settle:

present
  1. settle
  2. settle
  3. settles
  4. settle
  5. settle
  6. settle
simple past
  1. settled
  2. settled
  3. settled
  4. settled
  5. settled
  6. settled
present perfect
  1. have settled
  2. have settled
  3. has settled
  4. have settled
  5. have settled
  6. have settled
past continuous
  1. was settling
  2. were settling
  3. was settling
  4. were settling
  5. were settling
  6. were settling
future
  1. shall settle
  2. will settle
  3. will settle
  4. shall settle
  5. will settle
  6. will settle
continuous present
  1. am settling
  2. are settling
  3. is settling
  4. are settling
  5. are settling
  6. are settling
subjunctive
  1. be settled
  2. be settled
  3. be settled
  4. be settled
  5. be settled
  6. be settled
diverse
  1. settle!
  2. let's settle!
  3. settled
  4. settling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

settle [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the settle
    – a long wooden bench with a back 1
    the settle; the settee
    – a long wooden bench with a back 1

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Definiciones relacionadas de "settle":

  1. a long wooden bench with a back1
  2. come as if by falling1
  3. take up residence and become established1
    • The immigrants settled in the Midwest1
  4. form a community1
    • The Swedes settled in Minnesota1
  5. become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style1
    • He finally settled down1
  6. make final; put the last touches on; put into final form1
  7. establish or develop as a residence1
    • He settled the farm 200 years ago1
    • This land was settled by Germans1
  8. become resolved, fixed, established, or quiet1
    • The roar settled to a thunder1
    • The wind settled in the West1
    • it is settling to rain1
    • A cough settled in her chest1
    • Her mood settled into lethargy1
  9. bring to an end; settle conclusively1
  10. settle conclusively; come to terms1
    • We finally settled the argument1
  11. end a legal dispute by arriving at a settlement1
    • The two parties finally settled1
  12. come to terms1
  13. accept despite lack of complete satisfaction1
    • We settled for a lower price1
  14. get one's revenge for a wrong or an injury1
    • I finally settled with my old enemy1
  15. arrange or fix in the desired order1
    • She settled the teacart1
  16. fix firmly1
  17. sink down or precipitate1
  18. cause to become clear by forming a sediment (of liquids)1
  19. become clear by the sinking of particles1
    • the liquid gradually settled1
  20. come to rest1
  21. settle into a position, usually on a surface or ground1
    • dust settled on the roofs1
  22. go under,1
  23. dispose of; make a financial settlement1
  24. To apply a payment or credit to an invoice; or, to transfer funds to complete a transaction.2

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