educar


educar
v.
1 to educate.
María educa a sus hijos estrictamente Mary educates her kids strictly.
Ella educa su memoria She educates her memory.
2 to bring up.
3 to train.
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educar
Conjugation model [SACAR], like {{link=sacar}}sacar
verbo transitivo
1 (enseñar) to educate, teach
2 (criar) to bring up
3 (en la cortesía etc) to teach manners
4 (sentidos) to educate, train
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verb
1) to educate
2) raise, bring up
3) train
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1. VT
1) (Educ) to educate

la han educado en un colegio bilingüe — she was educated at a bilingual school

2) [en familia] to bring up

educaron a sus hijos de una manera muy estricta — their children were brought up very strictly

3) [+ voz, oído] to train
4) [+ animal] to train
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) (Educ) to educate, teach

los quieren educar en un colegio bilingüe — they want them to be educated at a bilingual school

b) (para la convivencia) <hijos> to bring up; <ciudadanos> to educate
2) <paladar> to educate; <oído/voz> to train
2.
educarse v pron (hacer los estudios) to be educated

me eduqué viajando por el mundo — I learned about life traveling around the world

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= breed, educate, bring up, rear, civilise [civilize, -USA], raise, school.
Ex. The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.
Ex. The staff undertake searches and enquiries for the user and educate the user by various ways, from informal discussion to fully prepared lectures.
Ex. Teachers and librarians cannot afford to turn a blind eye to the literature a child is brought up with at home, no matter how anemic and worthless it may seem to be.
Ex. One of the main characteristics of written language, especially for people reared in oral cultural milieus, is the inability of the learner to rely on what has always been available: the non-verbal element of communication.
Ex. The author argues that the capacity of books to change lives and to civilize readers cannot be overstated = El autor sostiene la opinión de que no se puede dejar de recalcar la capacidad de los libros para cambiar la vida de las personas y civilizar a los lectores.
Ex. The current generation of young adults were raised on television, video games, music videos, and other highly visual media = La generación actual de jóvenes se han educado con la televisión, los vídeojuegos, los vídeos musicales y otros medios visuales.
Ex. Apprenticeship is more realistic than expecting everyone to be schooled by a parent at home.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) (Educ) to educate, teach

los quieren educar en un colegio bilingüe — they want them to be educated at a bilingual school

b) (para la convivencia) <hijos> to bring up; <ciudadanos> to educate
2) <paladar> to educate; <oído/voz> to train
2.
educarse v pron (hacer los estudios) to be educated

me eduqué viajando por el mundo — I learned about life traveling around the world

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= breed, educate, bring up, rear, civilise [civilize, -USA], raise, school.

Ex: The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.

Ex: The staff undertake searches and enquiries for the user and educate the user by various ways, from informal discussion to fully prepared lectures.
Ex: Teachers and librarians cannot afford to turn a blind eye to the literature a child is brought up with at home, no matter how anemic and worthless it may seem to be.
Ex: One of the main characteristics of written language, especially for people reared in oral cultural milieus, is the inability of the learner to rely on what has always been available: the non-verbal element of communication.
Ex: The author argues that the capacity of books to change lives and to civilize readers cannot be overstated = El autor sostiene la opinión de que no se puede dejar de recalcar la capacidad de los libros para cambiar la vida de las personas y civilizar a los lectores.
Ex: The current generation of young adults were raised on television, video games, music videos, and other highly visual media = La generación actual de jóvenes se han educado con la televisión, los vídeojuegos, los vídeos musicales y otros medios visuales.
Ex: Apprenticeship is more realistic than expecting everyone to be schooled by a parent at home.

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educar [A2 ]
vt
A
1 (Educ) to educate, teach
los quieren educar en un colegio bilingüe they want them to be educated at a bilingual school, they want them to go to a bilingual school
2 (para la convivencia) ‹hijos› to bring up; ‹ciudadanos› to educate
3 ‹perro› to train
B
1 ‹intestino/apetito› to educate
2 ‹oído/voz› to train; ‹paladar› to educate
educarse
v pron
(hacer los estudios) to be educated
me eduqué viajando por el mundo I got my education o I learned about life traveling around the world
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educar (conjugate educar) verbo transitivo
1
a) (Educ) to educate, teach

b) (para la convivencia) ‹hijosto bring up;

ciudadanosto educate
2oído/vozto train
educarse verbo pronominal (hacer los estudios) to be educated
educar verbo transitivo
1 (criar) to raise
2 (enseñar) to educate
3 (un sentido, la voz) to train: debería educar el oído, she should train her ear
'educar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
criar
- formar
- instruir
- masa
English:
bring up
- educate
- train
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educar
vt
1. [enseñar] to educate
2. [criar] to bring up;
consejos sobre cómo educar a los hijos advice about how to bring up children
3. [cuerpo, voz, oído] to train
4. [animal doméstico] to train;
hay que educar al perro para que no haga sus necesidades en la alfombra you have to house-train the dog so it doesn't do its business on the carpet
See also the pronominal verb educarse
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educar
v/t
1 educate
2 (criar) bring up
3 voz train
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educar {72} vt
1) : to educate
2) criar: to bring up, to raise
3) : to train
See also the reflexive verb educarse
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educar vb
1. (enseñar) to educate
se educó en Inglaterra she was educated in England / she went to school in England
2. (criar) to bring up [pt. & pp. brought]
no lo educaron bien y ahora es muy grosero they didn't bring him up properly and now he's very rude

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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