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Sinónimos detallados de control en inglés

control:

control [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the control
    the supervision; the control; the surveillance; the administration; the management; the guardianship
  2. the control
    the command; the control
  3. the control
    the surveillance; the monitoring; the control; the observation; the supervision; the care; the watch
  4. the control
    the control; the restraint; the composure; the self-control; the cool
  5. the control
    the right of say; the control
  6. the control
    the control; the regulator; the adjusting knob
  7. the control
    the challenge; the control; the resistance; the contest
  8. the control
    – the activity of managing or exerting control over something 1
    the control
    – the activity of managing or exerting control over something 1
    • control [the ~] sustantivo
      • the control of the mob by the police was admirable1
  9. the control
    – (physiology) regulation or maintenance of a function or action or reflex etc 1
    the control
    – (physiology) regulation or maintenance of a function or action or reflex etc 1
    • control [the ~] sustantivo
      • the timing and control of his movements were unimpaired1
      • he had lost control of his sphincters1
  10. the control
    – a mechanism that controls the operation of a machine 1
    the control; the controller
    – a mechanism that controls the operation of a machine 1
    • control [the ~] sustantivo
      • I turned the controls over to her1
    • controller [the ~] sustantivo
      • the speed controller on his turntable was not working properly1
  11. the control
    – discipline in personal and social activities 1
    the control; the restraint
    – discipline in personal and social activities 1
    • control [the ~] sustantivo
      • she never lost control of herself1
    • restraint [the ~] sustantivo
      • he was a model of polite restraint1
  12. the control
    – power to direct or determine 1
    the control
    – power to direct or determine 1
    • control [the ~] sustantivo
      • under control1
  13. the control
    – great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity 1
    the control; the command; the mastery
    – great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity 1
    • control [the ~] sustantivo
    • command [the ~] sustantivo
      • a good command of French1
    • mastery [the ~] sustantivo
  14. the control
    – a standard against which other conditions can be compared in a scientific experiment 1
    the control; the control condition
    – a standard against which other conditions can be compared in a scientific experiment 1
    • control [the ~] sustantivo
    • control condition [the ~] sustantivo
      • the control condition was inappropriate for the conclusions he wished to draw1
  15. the control
    – the economic policy of controlling or limiting or curbing prices or wages etc. 1
    the control
    – the economic policy of controlling or limiting or curbing prices or wages etc. 1
    • control [the ~] sustantivo
      • they wanted to repeal all the legislation that imposed economic controls1
  16. the control
    – a spiritual agency that is assumed to assist the medium during a seance 1
    the control
    – a spiritual agency that is assumed to assist the medium during a seance 1
  17. the control
    – a relation of constraint of one entity (thing or person or group) by another 1
    the control
    – a relation of constraint of one entity (thing or person or group) by another 1
    • control [the ~] sustantivo
      • measures for the control of disease1
      • they instituted controls over drinking on campus1
  18. the control
    – the state that exists when one person or group has power over another 1
    the control; the ascendancy; the dominance; the ascendency; the ascendance; the ascendence
    – the state that exists when one person or group has power over another 1
  19. the control
    – An object that enables user interaction or input, often to initiate an action, display information, or set values. 2
    the control
    – An object that enables user interaction or input, often to initiate an action, display information, or set values. 2
  20. the control
    – Management of a computer and its processing abilities so as to maintain order as tasks and activities are carried out. Control applies to measures designed to ensure error-free actions carried out at the right time and in the right order relative to other data-handling or hardware-based activities. 2
    the control
    – Management of a computer and its processing abilities so as to maintain order as tasks and activities are carried out. Control applies to measures designed to ensure error-free actions carried out at the right time and in the right order relative to other data-handling or hardware-based activities. 2

to control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)

  1. to control
    to control; to moderate; to subdue; to keep back
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
    • moderate verbo (moderates, moderated, moderating)
    • subdue verbo (subdues, subdued, subdueing)
    • keep back verbo (keeps back, kept back, keeping back)
  2. to control
    to control; to examine; to survey; to inspect; to view
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
    • examine verbo (examines, examined, examining)
    • survey verbo (surveys, surveyd, surveying)
    • inspect verbo (inspects, inspected, inspecting)
    • view verbo (views, viewed, viewing)
  3. to control
    to examine; to verify; to inspect; to test; to check; to control; to try
    • examine verbo (examines, examined, examining)
    • verify verbo (verifies, verified, verifying)
    • inspect verbo (inspects, inspected, inspecting)
    • test verbo (tests, tested, testing)
    • check verbo (checks, checked, checking)
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
    • try verbo (tries, tried, trying)
  4. to control
    to examine; to test; to check; to control; to hear
    • examine verbo (examines, examined, examining)
    • test verbo (tests, tested, testing)
    • check verbo (checks, checked, checking)
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
    • hear verbo (hears, heard, hearing)
  5. to control
    to restrain; to suppress; keep under control; to control
  6. to control
    to subject; bring to submission; to tame; to control; to overpower; bring under control
  7. to control
    to examine; to view; to look at; scrutinize; to inspect; to verify; to watch; to check; to control; scrutinise
    • examine verbo (examines, examined, examining)
    • view verbo (views, viewed, viewing)
    • look at verbo (looks at, looked at, looking at)
    • scrutinize verbo, americano
    • inspect verbo (inspects, inspected, inspecting)
    • verify verbo (verifies, verified, verifying)
    • watch verbo (watches, watched, watching)
    • check verbo (checks, checked, checking)
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
    • scrutinise verbo, británico
  8. to control
    restrain oneself; to control
  9. to control
    to tame; to domesticate; to subdue; to control
    • tame verbo (tames, tamed, taming)
    • domesticate verbo (domesticates, domesticated, domesticating)
    • subdue verbo (subdues, subdued, subdueing)
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
  10. to control
    to control
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
    to govern
    – direct or strongly influence the behavior of 1
    • govern verbo (governs, governed, governing)
      • His belief in God governs his conduct1
  11. to control
    – have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of 1
    to control; to master
    – have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of 1
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
      • Do you control these data?1
    • master verbo (masters, mastered, mastering)
  12. to control
    – be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something 1
    to control; to check; to see; to ascertain; to assure; to insure; ensure; see to it
    – be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something 1
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
      • control the quality of the product1
    • check verbo (checks, checked, checking)
    • see verbo (sees, saw, seeing)
    • ascertain verbo (ascertains, ascertained, ascertaining)
    • assure verbo (assures, assured, assuring)
    • insure verbo (insures, insured, insuring)
    • ensure verbo
    • see to it verbo
  13. to control
    – verify by using a duplicate register for comparison 1
    to control
    – verify by using a duplicate register for comparison 1
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
      • control an account1
  14. to control
    – handle and cause to function 1
    to control; to operate
    – handle and cause to function 1
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
      • control the lever1
    • operate verbo (operates, operated, operating)
      • do not operate machinery after imbibing alcohol1
  15. to control
    – control (others or oneself) or influence skillfully, usually to one's advantage 1
    to control; to manipulate; keep in line
    – control (others or oneself) or influence skillfully, usually to one's advantage 1
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
      • She is a very controlling mother and doesn't let her children grow up1
    • manipulate verbo (manipulates, manipulated, manipulating)
      • She manipulates her boss1
    • keep in line verbo
  16. to control
    – exercise authoritative control or power over 1
    to control; to command
    – exercise authoritative control or power over 1
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
      • control the budget1
    • command verbo (commands, commanded, commanding)
  17. to control
    – lessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits 1
    to contain; to moderate; to control; to hold; to check; to curb; hold in
    – lessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits 1
    • contain verbo (contains, contained, containing)
    • moderate verbo (moderates, moderated, moderating)
      • moderate your alcohol intake1
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
      • control your anger1
    • hold verbo (holds, held, holding)
      • hold your tongue1
      • hold your temper1
    • check verbo (checks, checked, checking)
    • curb verbo (curbs, curbed, curbing)
    • hold in verbo
  18. to control
    – check or regulate (a scientific experiment) by conducting a parallel experiment or comparing with another standard 1
    to control; to verify
    – check or regulate (a scientific experiment) by conducting a parallel experiment or comparing with another standard 1
    • control verbo (controls, controlled, controlling)
      • Are you controlling for the temperature?1
    • verify verbo (verifies, verified, verifying)

Conjugaciones de control:

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

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Definiciones relacionadas de "control":

  1. the activity of managing or exerting control over something1
    • the control of the mob by the police was admirable1
  2. (physiology) regulation or maintenance of a function or action or reflex etc1
    • the timing and control of his movements were unimpaired1
    • he had lost control of his sphincters1
  3. a mechanism that controls the operation of a machine1
    • I turned the controls over to her1
  4. discipline in personal and social activities1
    • she never lost control of herself1
  5. power to direct or determine1
    • under control1
  6. great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity1
  7. a standard against which other conditions can be compared in a scientific experiment1
  8. the economic policy of controlling or limiting or curbing prices or wages etc.1
    • they wanted to repeal all the legislation that imposed economic controls1
  9. a spiritual agency that is assumed to assist the medium during a seance1
  10. a relation of constraint of one entity (thing or person or group) by another1
    • measures for the control of disease1
    • they instituted controls over drinking on campus1
  11. the state that exists when one person or group has power over another1
  12. have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of1
    • Do you control these data?1
  13. be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something1
    • control the quality of the product1
  14. verify by using a duplicate register for comparison1
    • control an account1
  15. handle and cause to function1
    • control the lever1
  16. control (others or oneself) or influence skillfully, usually to one's advantage1
    • She is a very controlling mother and doesn't let her children grow up1
  17. exercise authoritative control or power over1
    • control the budget1
  18. lessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits1
    • control your anger1
  19. check or regulate (a scientific experiment) by conducting a parallel experiment or comparing with another standard1
    • Are you controlling for the temperature?1
  20. An object that enables user interaction or input, often to initiate an action, display information, or set values.2
  21. Management of a computer and its processing abilities so as to maintain order as tasks and activities are carried out. Control applies to measures designed to ensure error-free actions carried out at the right time and in the right order relative to other data-handling or hardware-based activities.2

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