Inglés

Traducciones detalladas de deaden de inglés a español

deaden:

to deaden verbo (deadens, deadened, deadening)

  1. to deaden (insensible to; desensitize; desensitise)

Conjugaciones de deaden:

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

Translation Matrix for deaden:

VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
hacer insensible deaden; desensitise; desensitize; insensible to
hacerse insensible deaden; desensitise; desensitize; insensible to
- blunt; damp; dampen; girdle
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- take away

Palabras relacionadas con "deaden":


Sinónimos de "deaden":


Antónimos de "deaden":


Definiciones relacionadas de "deaden":

  1. convert (metallic mercury) into a grey powder consisting of minute globules, as by shaking with chalk or fatty oil1
  2. make less lively, intense, or vigorous; impair in vigor, force, activity, or sensation1
    • deaden a sound1
  3. become lifeless, less lively, intense, or active; lose life, force, or vigor1
  4. make vague or obscure or make (an image) less visible1
  5. lessen the momentum or velocity of1
    • deaden a ship's headway1
  6. make vapid or deprive of spirit1
    • deadened wine1
  7. cut a girdle around so as to kill by interrupting the circulation of water and nutrients1

Wiktionary: deaden


Cross Translation:
FromToVia
deaden amortecer; amortiguar; amortizar amortirrendre moins ardent.
deaden ensordecer assourdirrendre sourd momentanément.

deaden forma de dead:


Translation Matrix for dead:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
fallecido dead person; deceased
muerto carrion; corpse; dead body; dead person; deceased
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- all in; beat; bushed; deadened; drained; idle; numb; stagnant; utter
AdverbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- abruptly; absolutely; perfectly; short; suddenly; utterly
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- deceased
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
extinguido dead; deceased; expired; gone; late; no more; passed away as from now; deserted; desolate; extinct; from; of today; out
exánime dead; deceased; lifeless; passed away; spiritless extinguished
fallecido dead; deceased; expired; gone; late; no more; passed away
inanimado dead; deceased; lifeless; passed away; spiritless dull; lifeless; unanimated
muerto dead; deceased; expired; gone; late; lifeless; no more; passed away; spiritless deceased
sin vida dead; deceased; lifeless; passed away; spiritless

Palabras relacionadas con "dead":

  • deadness, deader, deadest, deaden

Sinónimos de "dead":


Antónimos de "dead":


Definiciones relacionadas de "dead":

  1. devoid of activity1
    • this is a dead town; nothing ever happens here1
  2. physically inactive1
    • Crater Lake is in the crater of a dead volcano of the Cascade Range1
  3. no longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life1
    • the nerve is dead1
    • a dead pallor1
    • he was marked as a dead man by the assassin1
  4. not showing characteristics of life especially the capacity to sustain life; no longer exerting force or having energy or heat1
    • Mars is a dead planet1
    • dead soil1
    • dead coals1
    • the fire is dead1
  5. drained of electric charge; discharged1
    • a dead battery1
  6. complete1
    • came to a dead stop1
  7. no longer having force or relevance1
    • a dead issue1
  8. out of use or operation because of a fault or breakdown1
    • a dead telephone line1
    • the motor is dead1
  9. lacking resilience or bounce1
    • a dead tennis ball1
  10. not surviving in active use1
    • Latin is a dead language1
  11. not circulating or flowing1
    • dead air1
    • dead water1
  12. unerringly accurate1
    • a dead shot1
    • took dead aim1
  13. not yielding a return1
    • dead capital1
  14. lacking acoustic resonance1
    • dead sounds characteristic of some compact discs1
    • the dead wall surfaces of a recording studio1
  15. devoid of physical sensation; numb1
    • his gums were dead from the novocain1
  16. (followed by `to') not showing human feeling or sensitivity; unresponsive1
    • passersby were dead to our plea for help1
  17. very tired1
    • I'm dead after that long trip1
  18. completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers1
    • you can be dead sure of my innocence1
    • was dead tired1
    • dead right1
  19. quickly and without warning1
  20. people who are no longer living1
    • they buried the dead1
  21. a time when coldness (or some other quality associated with death) is intense1
    • the dead of winter1

Wiktionary: dead

dead
noun
  1. those who have died
adjective
  1. no longer alive

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
dead muerto dood — niet meer levend
dead muerto; inánime; inanimado; sin vida; fallecido; marchito tot — nicht (mehr) lebend
dead muertom mort — Qui n’est plus vivant