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Traducciones detalladas de tamer de inglés a español

tamer:

tamer [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the tamer
    el domador

Translation Matrix for tamer:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
domador tamer animal trainer
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- animal tamer

Palabras relacionadas con "tamer":

  • tamers

Sinónimos de "tamer":


Definiciones relacionadas de "tamer":

  1. an animal trainer who tames wild animals1

Wiktionary: tamer

tamer
noun
  1. one who tames or subdues

tame:

Conjugaciones de tame:

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

tame [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the tame (cap; hat; headgear; bonnet; button)
    la gorra; el sombrero; la boina

Translation Matrix for tame:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
boina bonnet; button; cap; hat; headgear; tame bonnet; cap; covering for the head; hat; headgear; uniform cap
gorra bonnet; button; cap; hat; headgear; tame cap; uniform cap
sombrero bonnet; button; cap; hat; headgear; tame bonnet; cap; covering for the head; hat; headgear; sombrero
someter subjugating
subyugar subjugating
vencer elapsing; lapsing; passing
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
abrumar overcome; overpower; overwhelm; take possession of something; tame daze; heap; overcome; stupify
apabullar overcome; overpower; overwhelm; take possession of something; tame daze; overcome; stupify
domar control; domesticate; subdue; tame break in; train
domesticar control; domesticate; subdue; tame break in; train
dominar control; domesticate; subdue; tame be the one in control; besiege; besieged; besieges; check; comprise; control; cover; curb; dominate; encapsulate; enclose; evnvelope; exercise authority; exert power; have it taped; have the upper hand; include; keep back; moderate; order; predominate; prevail; reign; restrain; rise above; rule; subdue; surround; tower above; understand; wrap up
someter bring to submission; bring under control; control; overpower; subject; tame bring to his knees; enslave; hand in; hand over; offer; present; subjugate
subyugar bring to submission; bring under control; control; overpower; subject; tame dominate; enslave; predominate; prevail; subjugate
supeditar bring to submission; bring under control; control; overpower; subject; tame
vencer bring to submission; bring under control; control; overpower; subject; tame age; break down; break off; bring to a close; bring to a conclusion; bring to an end; come to an end; conclude; conquer; decide; decline; end; finish; finish off; gain the day; gain the victory; give way; go to pieces; master; overcome; regress; stop; terminate; waining; win; win over; wind up
- chasten; cultivate; domesticate; domesticise; domesticize; moderate; naturalise; naturalize; reclaim; subdue; tone down
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- meek; tamed
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- tame animals
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
amansado docile; domesticated; house-trained; meek; tame; tamed
bien dispuesto docile; domesticated; house-trained; meek; tame; tamed a kind manner; conciliatory; obliging; pleasant
de buena voluntad docile; domesticated; house-trained; meek; tame; tamed
domesticado docile; domesticated; house-trained; meek; tame; tamed
dócil docile; domesticated; house-trained; meek; tame; tamed accommodating; amenable; complaisant; compliant; docile; flexible; humble; kneadable; long-enduring; malleable; meek; mouldable; obliging; patient; plastic; pliable; pliant; ready; servient; simple to operate; slavishly; submissive; supple; tolerant; tractable; willing; workable; yielding
dúctil docile; domesticated; house-trained; meek; tame; tamed accommodating; amenable; complaisant; compliant; docile; flexible; humble; malleable; meek; obliging; plastic; pliable; ready; servient; simple to operate; slavishly; submissive; supple; tolerant; tractable; willing; yielding
en celo docile; domesticated; house-trained; meek; tame; tamed at rut; in heat; in season; on heat; rutting; ruttish
manso docile; domesticated; house-trained; meek; tame; tamed calm; calmly; collected; composed; peaceful; placid; quiet; quietly; restful; serene; silent; still; tranquil; unemotional; uneventful
obediente docile; domesticated; house-trained; meek; tame; tamed accommodating; complaisant; compliant; cooperative; docile; fair; flexible; good; honest; kneadable; malleable; meek; mouldable; obedient; obliging; plastic; pliable; ready; servient; simple to operate; submissive; tolerant; tractable; well-behaved; willing; workable; yielding
sumiso docile; domesticated; house-trained; meek; tame; tamed amenable; calm; docile; dominated; humble; inferior; malleable; meek; minor; modest; obliging; patient; pliable; secondary; servient; slavishly; subjugated; submissive; subordinate; tractable; waiting patiently; willing

Palabras relacionadas con "tame":


Sinónimos de "tame":


Antónimos de "tame":


Definiciones relacionadas de "tame":

  1. flat and uninspiring1
  2. very docile1
    • tame obedience1
  3. brought from wildness into a domesticated state1
    • tame animals1
    • fields of tame blueberries1
  4. very restrained or quiet1
    • a tame Christmas party1
    • she was one of the tamest and most abject creatures imaginable with no will or power to act but as directed1
  5. correct by punishment or discipline1
  6. make fit for cultivation, domestic life, and service to humans1
    • The wolf was tamed and evolved into the house dog1
  7. overcome the wildness of; make docile and tractable1
    • He tames lions for the circus1
  8. adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment1
    • tame the soil1
  9. make less strong or intense; soften1
    • The author finally tamed some of his potentially offensive statements1

Wiktionary: tame

tame
adjective
  1. not wild
verb
  1. to make something tame

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
tame domesticar; amaestrar; domeñar; adiestrar; amansar; domar temmen — tam maken
tame amaestrar; adiestrar dresseren — dieren africhten, kunstjes leren, tot gehoorzaamheid dwingen
tame domesticar; domar bändigen — etwas oder jemand unter Kontrolle bringen
tame domar zähmen — (transitiv) (Tiere) an den Menschen gewöhnen
tame domar; amansar apprivoiser — rendre un animal moins sauvage
tame domesticar domestiquerrendre domestique un animal sauvage.
tame domar dompterréduire sous son obéissance un animal sauvage.
tame domar dresser — former, habituer à un certain comportement.

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