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Traducciones detalladas de coaxing de inglés a español

coaxing:

coaxing [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the coaxing (cadging; wheedling; sponging; )
    el mangar; el birlar
  2. the coaxing (cajolery; wheedling; diddling)
    el escamoteo; el sonsaque

Translation Matrix for coaxing:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
adulador bootlicker; heeler; mollusc; mollusk; slimy fellow; toady
birlar cadging; cajolery; coaxing; diddling; obtaining by begging; sponging; wheedling pinch; steal
escamoteo cajolery; coaxing; diddling; wheedling conjuring; hocus-pocus; juggling; magic
mangar cadging; cajolery; coaxing; diddling; obtaining by begging; sponging; wheedling
sonsaque cajolery; coaxing; diddling; wheedling
- blarney; soft soap; sweet talk
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
birlar cadge; cajole; catch; caught; clasp; clutch; coax; cuddle; drag; grasp; grip; nick; obtain by begging; pilfer; pinch; reach; root; rout; rummage about; scratch; seize; slave away; slog away; snatch; snatch away; snitch; snout; steal; stick; swipe; toil and moil; wheedle; yearn
mangar cadge; cajole; catch; caught; clasp; clutch; coax; cuddle; disown; dispossess; drag; expropriate; grasp; grip; make off with; mooch; nick; obtain by begging; pilfer; pinch; reach; root; rout; rummage about; scratch; seize; slave away; slog away; snatch; snatch away; snatch off; snitch; snout; steal; stick; swipe; toil and moil; wheedle; yearn
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- ingratiatory
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
adulador coaxing; fawning; flattering; wheedling bald; becoming; complimentary; cunning; flattering; icy; immoral; lack of moral; obscene; sleek; slippery; slithery; smooth; smoothly
favorecedor coaxing; flattering appealing to the eye; attractive; becoming; flattering
halagüeño coaxing; flattering becoming; flattering; hopeful; promising
lisonjero coaxing; fawning; flattering; wheedling becoming; flattering

Palabras relacionadas con "coaxing":


Sinónimos de "coaxing":


Definiciones relacionadas de "coaxing":

  1. pleasingly persuasive or intended to persuade1
    • a coaxing and obsequious voice1
  2. flattery designed to gain favor1

coax:

to coax verbo (coaxs, coaxed, coaxing)

  1. to coax (flatter; blarney; softsoap someone)
    camelar; adular
  2. to coax (snatch; wheedle; cuddle; )
    mangar; robar; birlar

Conjugaciones de coax:

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

coax [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the coax (coax cable; coaxial cable)
    – A round, flexible, two-conductor cable consisting of - from the center outwards - a copper wire, a layer of protective insulation, a braided metal mesh sleeve, and an outer shield, or jacket of PVC or fire-resistant material. The shield prevents signals transmitted on the center wire from affecting nearby components and prevents external interference from affecting the signal carried on the center wire. Coaxial cable is widely used in networks. It is the same type of wiring as that used for cable television. 2

Translation Matrix for coax:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
birlar cadging; cajolery; coaxing; diddling; obtaining by begging; pinch; sponging; steal; wheedling
mangar cadging; cajolery; coaxing; diddling; obtaining by begging; sponging; wheedling
robar stems
- coax cable; coaxial cable
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
adular blarney; coax; flatter; softsoap someone butter someone up; have a say in the matter; join in the conversation; kiss up to someone; put in a word; put in one's oar; shove in one's oar; softsoap someone; stick in one's oar; take part in the conversation; toady to someone
birlar cadge; cajole; coax; cuddle; obtain by begging; pilfer; pinch; snatch; wheedle catch; caught; clasp; clutch; drag; grasp; grip; nick; pilfer; pinch; reach; root; rout; rummage about; scratch; seize; slave away; slog away; snatch; snatch away; snitch; snout; steal; stick; swipe; toil and moil; yearn
camelar blarney; coax; flatter; softsoap someone cheat; clearly define; con; define; demarcate; fence; fence in; fence off; map out; mark out; outline; swindle; trace out
mangar cadge; cajole; coax; cuddle; obtain by begging; pilfer; pinch; snatch; wheedle cadge; catch; caught; clasp; clutch; disown; dispossess; drag; expropriate; grasp; grip; make off with; mooch; nick; obtain by begging; pilfer; pinch; reach; root; rout; rummage about; scratch; seize; slave away; slog away; snatch; snatch away; snatch off; snitch; snout; steal; stick; swipe; toil and moil; yearn
robar cadge; cajole; coax; cuddle; obtain by begging; pilfer; pinch; snatch; wheedle cadge; collar; decline; deprive; expropriate; filch; go thieving; loot; make off with; mooch; nick; obtain by begging; pilfer; pillage; pinch; plunder; purloin; raid; regress; rob; snatch; snitch; steal; swipe; take; take away; waining
- blarney; cajole; inveigle; palaver; sweet-talk; wheedle
Not SpecifiedTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
cable coaxial coax; coax cable; coaxial cable

Palabras relacionadas con "coax":


Sinónimos de "coax":


Definiciones relacionadas de "coax":

  1. a transmission line for high-frequency signals1
  2. influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering1

Wiktionary: coax


Cross Translation:
FromToVia
coax lisonjear; halagar; adular amadouer — (familier, fr) flatter quelqu’un pour le disposer à ce qu’on désirer de lui.