compartir


compartir
v.
1 to share (out) (ganancias, gastos).
Ricardo comparte gustos con María Richard shares tastes with Mary.
2 to share.
compartir algo con alguien to share something with somebody
3 to share (ideas, pesimismo).
no comparto tu opinión I don't share your opinion
4 to share in, to partake of, to go shares in.
Ellos comparten su pena They share in their grief.
5 to split, to share, to divide up, to divide in equal parts.
Ella comparte su pastel She splits her cake.
6 to partake in.
Ella comparte la celebración She partakes in the celebration.
7 to enjoy in common, to share.
Ellos comparten su afición They enjoy their interest in common.
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compartir
verbo transitivo
1 (dividir) to divide (up), split, share (out)
2 (poseer en común) to share
compartimos la misma habitación we share the same room
no comparto su opinión I don't share his opinion
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verb
to share
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VT
1) [+ casa, cuarto, comida, ropa] to share

compartir algo con algn — to share sth with sb

comparto habitación con otro estudiante — I share a room with another student

2) [+ ganancias] to share (out), divide (up); [+ gastos] to share

compartimos las ganancias a medias — we shared (out) o divided (up) the profits between us

comparten los gastos del viaje — they are sharing the costs of the trip

3) [+ opinión] to share; [+ objetivos] to agree with; [+ sentimientos] to share

no comparto ese criterio — I do not share that view

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verbo transitivo
a) <oficina/comida/ganancias> to share

comparten los gastos de teléfono entre todos — they split the phone bill between them

compartir algo con alguien — to share something with somebody

se comparte casa — room to let in shared house

b) <opinión/responsabilidad> to share
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= have + Nombre + in common, share, share + Nombre + in common, hold in + common, tread + common ground, syndicate, partake (in/of).
Ex. This record is related to the previous article because it has four references in common with that article.
Ex. If responsibility is shared between more than three persons or corporate bodies (and no principal author is indicated), then entry is made under the title.
Ex. A class is a set of things which share some property, or characteristic, in common.
Ex. The study aims to identify low use current journals that are held in common.
Ex. Libraries and education tread a great deal of common ground, e.g., continuing education, staff qualities, library use education for students, and adult literacy.
Ex. If electronic journal vendors and publishers syndicated their content, users could choose to receive desktop notification for newly-published relevant articles by journal title or discipline.
Ex. The objective should be to create and entrepreneurial spirit in the midst of bureaucracy whereby all partake in the responsibilities and risks of the library's activities.
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* compartir el conocimiento = knowledge sharing, pool + knowledge.
* compartir el viaje en coche = car-pool [carpool].
* compartir esfuerzos = share + efforts.
* compartir espacio = share + space.
* compartir experiencias = share + experience.
* compartir ideas = pool + ideas, share + ideas, share + thoughts, pool + ideas, bounce off + ideas.
* compartir ideas con Alguien = bounce + ideas off + Nombre.
* compartir la experiencia profesional = pool + expertise.
* compartir la opinión de que = share + the view that.
* compartir la responsabilidad = share + burden.
* compartir recursos = pool + resources.
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verbo transitivo
a) <oficina/comida/ganancias> to share

comparten los gastos de teléfono entre todos — they split the phone bill between them

compartir algo con alguien — to share something with somebody

se comparte casa — room to let in shared house

b) <opinión/responsabilidad> to share
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= have + Nombre + in common, share, share + Nombre + in common, hold in + common, tread + common ground, syndicate, partake (in/of).

Ex: This record is related to the previous article because it has four references in common with that article.

Ex: If responsibility is shared between more than three persons or corporate bodies (and no principal author is indicated), then entry is made under the title.
Ex: A class is a set of things which share some property, or characteristic, in common.
Ex: The study aims to identify low use current journals that are held in common.
Ex: Libraries and education tread a great deal of common ground, e.g., continuing education, staff qualities, library use education for students, and adult literacy.
Ex: If electronic journal vendors and publishers syndicated their content, users could choose to receive desktop notification for newly-published relevant articles by journal title or discipline.
Ex: The objective should be to create and entrepreneurial spirit in the midst of bureaucracy whereby all partake in the responsibilities and risks of the library's activities.
* compartir el conocimiento = knowledge sharing, pool + knowledge.
* compartir el viaje en coche = car-pool [carpool].
* compartir esfuerzos = share + efforts.
* compartir espacio = share + space.
* compartir experiencias = share + experience.
* compartir ideas = pool + ideas, share + ideas, share + thoughts, pool + ideas, bounce off + ideas.
* compartir ideas con Alguien = bounce + ideas off + Nombre.
* compartir la experiencia profesional = pool + expertise.
* compartir la opinión de que = share + the view that.
* compartir la responsabilidad = share + burden.
* compartir recursos = pool + resources.

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compartir [I1 ]
vt
1 ‹oficina/comida› to share
compartimos las ganancias we share the profits
comparten los gastos de teléfono entre todos they split the phone bill between them
compartir algo CON algn to share sth WITH sb
comparto la habitación con mi hermana I share the room with my sister
compartí mi almuerzo con él I shared my lunch with him, I let him have some of my lunch
[ S ] se comparte casa room to let in shared house
2 ‹opinión/criterio/responsabilidad› to share
no comparto tu optimismo I don't share your optimism
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compartir (conjugate compartir) verbo transitivo
to share;
compartir algo con algn to share sth with sb
compartir verbo transitivo to share: ¿por qué no compartimos lo que queda de tarta?, why don't we share what's left of the pie?
'compartir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
participar
English:
job share
- share
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compartir vt
1. [ganancias, gastos] to share (out);
lo compartieron entre los familiares they shared it (out) among their relations
2. [casa, vehículo] to share;
compartir algo con alguien to share sth with sb
3. [ideas, pesimismo] to share;
no comparto tu opinión I don't share your opinion
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compartir
v/t share (con with)
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compartir vt
: to share
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compartir vb to share
comparten piso they share a flat
comparto la habitación con mi hermana I share the bedroom with my sister

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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