difundir


difundir
v.
1 to spread (noticia, doctrina, epidemia).
2 to spread out, to broadcast, to blaze abroad, to diffuse.
La prensa difunde las noticias The press spreads out the news.
El cono difundía energía The cone diffused energy.
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difundir
verbo transitivo
1 (luz, calor) to diffuse
2 figurado (noticia, enfermedad) to spread
3 RADIO TELEVISIÓN to broadcast
verbo pronominal difundirse
1 (luz, calor) to be diffused
2 figurado (noticia, enfermedad) to spread
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verb
1) to broadcast
2) spread out
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1. VT
1) (=extender) [+ calor, luz] to diffuse; [+ gas] to give off
2) (=propagar) [+ programa, imagen] to broadcast, transmit; [+ teoría, ideología] to spread, disseminate

difundir una noticia — to spread a piece of news

2.
See:
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verbo transitivo <noticia/rumor> to spread; <ideas/doctrina> to spread, disseminate; <comunicado> to issue

la noticia fue difundida por la radio — the news was broadcast on the radio

difundir la cultura — to disseminate culture

son creencias muy difundidas — such beliefs are very widespread

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= disseminate, promulgate, publicise [publicize, -USA], report, diffuse, propagate out to, cascade, propagate, bruit, trumpet.
Ex. The UKLDS or the UK Library Database System is a proposal from the Cooperative Automation Group (CAG) which was first disseminated in a discussion paper published in 1982.
Ex. This practice has been adopted by a number of national cataloguing codes promulgated since that time.
Ex. A variety of extension activities, such as book clubs, competitions and quizzes also help to publicize the stock and the work of the library.
Ex. Criticism is not appropriate in a style which aims to report, but not comment upon the content of the original document.
Ex. As everywhere, research in library and information science in Australia is diffused over the myriad topics that make up the field.
Ex. We must develop and study intelligent interfaces that propagate out to the information universe and report back to us.
Ex. This project is designed to provide a network of practising librarians with a programme in educational methods and skills which can then be disseminated, or 'cascaded', to a wider network of professional colleagues.
Ex. The update, once started, propagates through the database, respecting local integrity rules for each affected object.
Ex. Among many observations in this widely bruited report, one in particular struck home: fewer books had been translated into Arabic in a millennium than were translated into Spanish in a year.
Ex. Just weeks after trumpeting the results of a military offensive, the Pakistan army suddenly finds itself under attack on multiple fronts.
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* difundir buena imagen de = earn + credit for.
* difundir el conocimiento = spread + knowledge.
* difundir el evangelio = spread + the gospel.
* difundir información = hand out + information.
* difundir la imagen = spread + the good word, pass on + the good word.
* difundir la noticia = spread + the word, spread + the good word, pass on + the good word, spread + the news.
* difundir mentiras = spread + lies.
* difundir noticias = broadcast + news.
* difundirse = find + Posesivo + way, percolate.
* difundir una idea = spread + view, spread + an idea, circulate + Posesivo + idea.
* difundir un rumor = spread + rumour.
* noticias + difundirse = news + spread.
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verbo transitivo <noticia/rumor> to spread; <ideas/doctrina> to spread, disseminate; <comunicado> to issue

la noticia fue difundida por la radio — the news was broadcast on the radio

difundir la cultura — to disseminate culture

son creencias muy difundidas — such beliefs are very widespread

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= disseminate, promulgate, publicise [publicize, -USA], report, diffuse, propagate out to, cascade, propagate, bruit, trumpet.

Ex: The UKLDS or the UK Library Database System is a proposal from the Cooperative Automation Group (CAG) which was first disseminated in a discussion paper published in 1982.

Ex: This practice has been adopted by a number of national cataloguing codes promulgated since that time.
Ex: A variety of extension activities, such as book clubs, competitions and quizzes also help to publicize the stock and the work of the library.
Ex: Criticism is not appropriate in a style which aims to report, but not comment upon the content of the original document.
Ex: As everywhere, research in library and information science in Australia is diffused over the myriad topics that make up the field.
Ex: We must develop and study intelligent interfaces that propagate out to the information universe and report back to us.
Ex: This project is designed to provide a network of practising librarians with a programme in educational methods and skills which can then be disseminated, or 'cascaded', to a wider network of professional colleagues.
Ex: The update, once started, propagates through the database, respecting local integrity rules for each affected object.
Ex: Among many observations in this widely bruited report, one in particular struck home: fewer books had been translated into Arabic in a millennium than were translated into Spanish in a year.
Ex: Just weeks after trumpeting the results of a military offensive, the Pakistan army suddenly finds itself under attack on multiple fronts.
* difundir buena imagen de = earn + credit for.
* difundir el conocimiento = spread + knowledge.
* difundir el evangelio = spread + the gospel.
* difundir información = hand out + information.
* difundir la imagen = spread + the good word, pass on + the good word.
* difundir la noticia = spread + the word, spread + the good word, pass on + the good word, spread + the news.
* difundir mentiras = spread + lies.
* difundir noticias = broadcast + news.
* difundirse = find + Posesivo + way, percolate.
* difundir una idea = spread + view, spread + an idea, circulate + Posesivo + idea.
* difundir un rumor = spread + rumour.
* noticias + difundirse = news + spread.

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difundir [I1 ]
vt
‹noticia/rumor› to spread; ‹ideas/doctrina› to spread, diffuse, disseminate
difundían el temor entre la población they were spreading fear among the population
se difundió un comunicado desmintiendo el rumor a communiqué was issued denying the rumor
la noticia fue difundida por la radio the news was broadcast on the radio
una institución que se encarga de difundir la cultura an institution responsible for disseminating culture
son creencias difundidas en esta región such beliefs are widespread in this area
la lámpara difundía una luz tenue the lamp gave off a dim light
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difundir (conjugate difundir) verbo transitivonoticia/rumorto spread;
ideas/doctrinato spread, disseminate;
culturato disseminate;
comunicadoto issue;
(por radio) to disseminate;
muy difundidas very widespread

difundir vtr, difundirse verbo reflexivo to spread

'difundir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
difundirse
- sembrar
English:
bandy about
- broadcast
- diffuse
- propagate
- radiate
- spread
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difundir
vt
1. [divulgar] [noticia, pánico, religión] to spread;
[comunicado, informe] to publish; [cultura, costumbres] to spread, to diffuse
2. [sujeto: emisora radiofónica, canal televisivo] to broadcast;
una cadena argentina difundió las imágenes an Argentinian channel broadcast the pictures
3. [extender] [epidemia, olor] to spread;
[sonido, ondas] to diffuse, to propagate;
la estufa difunde muy bien el calor the stove heats the place up well
See also the pronominal verb difundirse
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difundir
v/t
1 spread
2 programa broadcast
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difundir vt
1) : to diffuse, to spread out
2) : to broadcast, to spread
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difundir vb
1. (en general) to spread [pt. & pp. spread]
2. (radio, televisión) to broadcast [pt. & pp. broadcast]

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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