elevado


elevado
adj.
1 elevated, upland, high, towering.
2 lofty, elevated, rarified, rarefied.
3 dignified.
4 high.
5 elevated, high, steep.
past part.
past participle of spanish verb: elevar.
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elevado
participio pasado
1→ {{link=elevar}}elevar
adjetivo
1 (gen) high
2 figurado lofty, noble
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FRASEOLOGÍA
elevado,-a a MATEMÁTICAS raised to
elevado a la quinta potencia raised to the power of five
elevado al cubo cubed
elevado al cuadrado squared
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(f. - elevada)
adj.
1) high
2) elevated
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1. ADJ
1) [en nivel] [precio, temperatura, cantidad] high; [velocidad] high, great; [ritmo] great

un porcentaje muy elevado de usuarios — a very high percentage of users

debido al elevado número de accidentes — due to the large number of accidents

2) [en altura] [edificio] tall; [montaña, terreno] high
paso II, 1., 2)
3) (=sublime) [estilo] elevated, lofty; [pensamientos] noble, lofty
4) [puesto, rango] high, important
2.
SM Cuba (Ferro) overhead railway; (Aut) flyover, overpass (EEUU)
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-da adjetivo
1) <terreno/montaña> high; <edificio> tall, high
2) <cantidad> large; <precio/impuestos/índice> high; <pérdidas> heavy, substantial
3) <categoría/calidad> high; <puesto/posición> high
4) <ideas/pensamientos> noble, elevated; <estilo> lofty, elevated
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= sharply rising, steep [steeper -comp., steepest -sup.], heightened, raised, lofty [loftier -comp., loftiest -sup.], elevated, soaring, hefty [heftier -comp., heftiest -sup.].
Ex. The end of the eighteenth century saw a sharply rising demand for cheap print, associated with increases in population and in literacy which occurred all over Europe.
Ex. The graph of the growth of the subject shows an initial flat, a steep climb, a small flat, and a rapid decline.
Ex. The heightened level of community awareness has led some local authorities to take the initiative and to become information disseminators in their own right.
Ex. The cords themselves could be placed either outside the backs of the folded sheets, where they would show as raised bands across the spine of the book, or in slots sawn into the folds to give the book a flat back.
Ex. Librarians across the world should set themselves the lofty task of striving to create a global society in which people enjoy peaceful coexistence.
Ex. Public investment in rebuilding the church and the gifts of individual donors were important indications of its elevated social standing.
Ex. Detailed images of soaring aisles, delicate carvings, and stained-glass windows from the 12th and 13th centuries are captured on this new Web site.
Ex. Research publication had to adopt the same economic model as trade publication, and research libraries the world over paid the hefty price = Las publicaciones científicas tuvieron que adoptar el mismo modelo económico que las publicaciones comerciales y las bibliotecas universitarias de todo el mundo pagaron un precio elevado.
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* aljibe elevado = water tower.
* camino elevado = causeway.
* carretera elevada = causeway.
* cisterna elevada = water tower.
* depósito de agua elevado = water tower.
* excepcionalmente elevado = exceptionally high.
* ferrocarril elevado = elevated railroad.
* lo bastante elevado = high enough.
* Número + elevado a la potencia de + Número = Número + to the power of + Número.
* paso elevado = overpass.
* paso elevado de peatones = pedestrian overpass.
* paso elevado para peatones = pedestrian overpass.
* posición elevada = high ground.
* ser elevado = be steep.
* temperatura elevada = elevated temperature.
* terreno elevado = high ground.
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-da adjetivo
1) <terreno/montaña> high; <edificio> tall, high
2) <cantidad> large; <precio/impuestos/índice> high; <pérdidas> heavy, substantial
3) <categoría/calidad> high; <puesto/posición> high
4) <ideas/pensamientos> noble, elevated; <estilo> lofty, elevated
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= sharply rising, steep [steeper -comp., steepest -sup.], heightened, raised, lofty [loftier -comp., loftiest -sup.], elevated, soaring, hefty [heftier -comp., heftiest -sup.].

Ex: The end of the eighteenth century saw a sharply rising demand for cheap print, associated with increases in population and in literacy which occurred all over Europe.

Ex: The graph of the growth of the subject shows an initial flat, a steep climb, a small flat, and a rapid decline.
Ex: The heightened level of community awareness has led some local authorities to take the initiative and to become information disseminators in their own right.
Ex: The cords themselves could be placed either outside the backs of the folded sheets, where they would show as raised bands across the spine of the book, or in slots sawn into the folds to give the book a flat back.
Ex: Librarians across the world should set themselves the lofty task of striving to create a global society in which people enjoy peaceful coexistence.
Ex: Public investment in rebuilding the church and the gifts of individual donors were important indications of its elevated social standing.
Ex: Detailed images of soaring aisles, delicate carvings, and stained-glass windows from the 12th and 13th centuries are captured on this new Web site.
Ex: Research publication had to adopt the same economic model as trade publication, and research libraries the world over paid the hefty price = Las publicaciones científicas tuvieron que adoptar el mismo modelo económico que las publicaciones comerciales y las bibliotecas universitarias de todo el mundo pagaron un precio elevado.
* aljibe elevado = water tower.
* camino elevado = causeway.
* carretera elevada = causeway.
* cisterna elevada = water tower.
* depósito de agua elevado = water tower.
* excepcionalmente elevado = exceptionally high.
* ferrocarril elevado = elevated railroad.
* lo bastante elevado = high enough.
* Número + elevado a la potencia de + Número = Número + to the power of + Número.
* paso elevado = overpass.
* paso elevado de peatones = pedestrian overpass.
* paso elevado para peatones = pedestrian overpass.
* posición elevada = high ground.
* ser elevado = be steep.
* temperatura elevada = elevated temperature.
* terreno elevado = high ground.

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elevado1 -da
adjective
A ‹terreno/montaña› high; ‹edificio› tall, high
B ‹cantidad› large; ‹precio/impuestos› high
un número elevado de casos a large number of cases
las pérdidas han sido elevadas there have been heavy o substantial losses
un elevado índice de abstención a high rate of abstention
C ‹categoría/calidad› high
tiene un puesto muy elevado he has a very high o important position
D ‹ideas/pensamientos› noble, elevated; ‹estilo› lofty, elevated
la conversación adquirió un tono elevado the tone of the conversation became rather highbrow o elevated
elevado2
masculine
fly
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Del verbo elevar: (conjugate elevar)

elevado es:

el participio

Multiple Entries:
elevado    
elevar
elevado
-da adjetivo

1terreno/montañahigh;
edificiotall, high
2
a)cantidadlarge;

precio/impuestoshigh;
pérdidasheavy, substantial
b)categoría/calidad/posiciónhigh

c)ideas/pensamientosnoble, elevated;

estilolofty, elevated
elevar (conjugate elevar) verbo transitivo
1 (frml)
a) (levantar) ‹objetoto raise, lift

b)espíritu/menteto uplift

c)muro/nivelto raise, make … higher

2 (frml)
a) (aumentar) ‹precios/impuestosto raise, increase;

nivel de vidato raise
b)voz/tonoto raise

elevarse verbo pronominal
1 (tomar altura) [avión/cometa] to climb, gain height;
[globo] to rise, gain height
2 (frml) (aumentar) [temperatura] to rise;
[precios/impuestos] to rise, increase;
[tono/voz] to rise
3 (frml) (ascender):
la cifra se elevaba ya al 13% the figure had already reached 13%

elevado,-a adjetivo
1 (temperatura) high
(torre, construcción) tall
2 (altruista, espiritual) noble
elevar verbo transitivo
1 to raise
2 Mat to raise (to the power of)
elevar al cuadrado, to square
elevar al cubo, to cube
elevado a la cuarta, etc, potencia, to raise to the power of four, etc
'elevado' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
alta
- alto
- elevar
- elevada
- carestía
- cuadrado
- grande
- paso
English:
elevate
- flyover
- high
- overhead
- overpass
- causeway
- elevated
- fly
- grand
- lofty
- over
- upper
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elevado, -a adj
1. [alto] [monte, terreno, precio, inflación] high;
un elevado edificio a tall building;
era de elevada estatura he was tall in stature;
una persona de elevada estatura a person tall in stature;
un elevado número de accidentes a large o high number of accidents;
consiguieron elevados beneficios they made a large profit;
ocupa un elevado cargo en la empresa she has a high-ranking position in the company
2. [noble] lofty, noble;
elevados ideales lofty o noble ideals
3. [estilo, tono, lenguaje] elevated, sophisticated;
emplea un vocabulario muy elevado she uses very sophisticated vocabulary
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elevado
adj high; fig
elevated
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elevado, -da adj
1) : elevated, lofty
2) : high
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elevado adj high
un precio elevado a high price
elevado al cuadrado squared

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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