experimentar


experimentar
v.
1 to experience.
experimentar frío/calor to feel cold/hot
las temperaturas experimentarán un leve ascenso/descenso we will see a slight rise/fall in temperatures
Se nos operó una transformación We experienced a transformation.
2 to test.
3 to experiment, to test, to noodle around, to test out.
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experimentar
verbo transitivo
1 (hacer experimentos) to experiment, test
2 (probar) to test, try out
3 (sentir, notar) to experience, feel; (- cambio) to undergo; (- aumento) to show; (- pérdida, derrota) to suffer
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FRASEOLOGÍA
experimentar una mejoría to improve, make progress
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verb
1) to experiment
2) experience
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1. VT
1) [+ método, producto] to test, try out

el nuevo fármaco está siendo experimentado — the new drug is being tested

2) (=notar) [+ cambio] to experience, go through; [+ pérdida, deterioro] to suffer; [+ aumento] to show; [+ sensación] to feel

las cifras han experimentado un aumento de un 5 por 100 — the figures show an increase of 5%

no experimenté ninguna sensación nueva — I felt no new sensation

el enfermo ha experimentado una ligera mejoría — the patient has improved slightly

2.
VI to experiment (con with) (en on)
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1.
verbo intransitivo

experimentar con algo — to experiment on o with something

2.
experimentar vt
1) (probar) to try out, experiment with
2)
a) <sensación> to experience, feel; <tristeza/alegría> to feel
b) (sufrir) <cambio> to undergo

la inflación experimentó un alza — inflation rose

la situación no experimentó variación alguna — there was no change in the situation

ha experimentado una leve mejoría — there's been a slight improvement in his condition

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= experience, experiment, institute + experiments, pass through, suffer, undergo, prototype, mess with, feel, go through.
Ex. If facilities like these are not supported by the data base design, the users of the system will experience slow response times.
Ex. We need not abandon our professional library studies programs, but we must also be willing to experiment with future oriented programs and structures at the same time.
Ex. In an open-planned building designed flexibly to cater for adaptations, the librarian is not inhibited for making changes or instituting experiments.
Ex. The scheme has passed through nineteen editions.
Ex. Since the introduction of computer-based indexing systems alphabetical indexing languages have become more prevalent, and UDC has suffered a reduction in use.
Ex. Syntactic relationships arise from the syntax of the document which is undergoing analysis, and derive solely from literary warrant.
Ex. The electronic book (e-book) is already available commercially in Japan, and a British company is currently prototyping a handwriting recognition notepad.
Ex. Once music is digitized you can filter it, bend it, archive it, rearrange it, remix it, mess with it.
Ex. Public libraries, especially in New York City, are feeling severe budget crunches, because we really haven't been relevant to people and, therefore, nobody uses us = Las bibliotecas públicas, especialmente de la ciudad de Nueva York, están sufriendo graves recortes presupuestarios debido a que la gente no nos ha encontrado necesarios y, por lo tanto, nadie nos utiliza.
Ex. A shock of resistance and antagonism went through Zachary Ponder.
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* experimentar recortes = suffer + cuts.
* experimentar una revolución = enter + a revolution.
* experimentar una subida = experience + rise.
* experimentar una transformación = undergo + transformation.
* experimentar un aumento = experience + rise.
* experimentar un aumento vertiginoso = experience + explosion.
* experimentar un cambio = bring about + change, undergo + modification, undergo + change, undergo + transition.
* experimentar un cambio + Adjetivo = take + a + Adjetivo + turn.
* experimentar un crecimiento = experience + growth.
* experimentar un descenso = experience + drop.
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1.
verbo intransitivo

experimentar con algo — to experiment on o with something

2.
experimentar vt
1) (probar) to try out, experiment with
2)
a) <sensación> to experience, feel; <tristeza/alegría> to feel
b) (sufrir) <cambio> to undergo

la inflación experimentó un alza — inflation rose

la situación no experimentó variación alguna — there was no change in the situation

ha experimentado una leve mejoría — there's been a slight improvement in his condition

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= experience, experiment, institute + experiments, pass through, suffer, undergo, prototype, mess with, feel, go through.

Ex: If facilities like these are not supported by the data base design, the users of the system will experience slow response times.

Ex: We need not abandon our professional library studies programs, but we must also be willing to experiment with future oriented programs and structures at the same time.
Ex: In an open-planned building designed flexibly to cater for adaptations, the librarian is not inhibited for making changes or instituting experiments.
Ex: The scheme has passed through nineteen editions.
Ex: Since the introduction of computer-based indexing systems alphabetical indexing languages have become more prevalent, and UDC has suffered a reduction in use.
Ex: Syntactic relationships arise from the syntax of the document which is undergoing analysis, and derive solely from literary warrant.
Ex: The electronic book (e-book) is already available commercially in Japan, and a British company is currently prototyping a handwriting recognition notepad.
Ex: Once music is digitized you can filter it, bend it, archive it, rearrange it, remix it, mess with it.
Ex: Public libraries, especially in New York City, are feeling severe budget crunches, because we really haven't been relevant to people and, therefore, nobody uses us = Las bibliotecas públicas, especialmente de la ciudad de Nueva York, están sufriendo graves recortes presupuestarios debido a que la gente no nos ha encontrado necesarios y, por lo tanto, nadie nos utiliza.
Ex: A shock of resistance and antagonism went through Zachary Ponder.
* experimentar recortes = suffer + cuts.
* experimentar una revolución = enter + a revolution.
* experimentar una subida = experience + rise.
* experimentar una transformación = undergo + transformation.
* experimentar un aumento = experience + rise.
* experimentar un aumento vertiginoso = experience + explosion.
* experimentar un cambio = bring about + change, undergo + modification, undergo + change, undergo + transition.
* experimentar un cambio + Adjetivo = take + a + Adjetivo + turn.
* experimentar un crecimiento = experience + growth.
* experimentar un descenso = experience + drop.

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experimentar [A1 ]
vi
experimentar CON algo to experiment ON sth, carry out experiments ON sth
■ experimentar
vt
A (probar) to try out, experiment with
B
1 ‹sensación› to experience, feel; ‹tristeza/alegría› to feel
2 (sufrir) ‹cambio› to undergo
la inflación ha experimentado un descenso/alza de tres puntos inflation has dropped/risen three points
su estado ha experimentado una ligera mejoría his condition has improved slightly, his condition has shown o undergone a slight improvement
experimentaron serias dificultades they experienced o suffered o had serious difficulties
la situación no ha experimentado variación alguna there has been no change in the situation
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experimentar (conjugate experimentar) verbo intransitivo experimentar con algo to experiment on o with sth
verbo transitivo
a)sensaciónto experience, feel;

tristeza/alegríato feel
b) (sufrir) ‹cambioto undergo;

ha experimentado una leve mejoría there's been a slight improvement in his condition

experimentar
I verbo transitivo
1 (una sensación) to experience, feel: cuando la cuerda se rompió, experimentó un miedo abrumador, when the rope broke, he felt overwhelming fear
2 (un cambio) to undergo
Med experimentar una mejora, to improve
II verbo intransitivo (hacer experimentos) to experiment [con, with]
'experimentar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
pasar
English:
experience
- experiment
- get off on
- go through
- undergo
- drop
- grow
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experimentar
vt
1. [sensación, sentimiento, efecto] to experience;
experimentar frío/calor to feel cold/hot;
experimenté una gran tristeza I felt a great sadness
2. [derrota, pérdidas] to suffer;
[cambios, empeoramiento] to undergo, to suffer; [mejoría] to undergo, to experience;
las temperaturas experimentarán un leve ascenso/descenso we will see a slight rise/fall in temperatures
3. [probar] to test;
[hacer experimentos con] to experiment with o on
vi
experimentar con to experiment with o on
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experimentar
I v/t try out, experiment with
II v/i experiment (con on)
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experimentar vi
: to experiment
experimentar vt
1) : to experiment with, to test out
2) : to experience
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experimentar vb
1. (hacer experimentos) to experiment
los científicos experimentan con animales scientists experiment on animals
2. (probar) to test
están experimentando una nueva vacuna they're testing a new vaccine
3. (sentir) to feel [pt. & pp. felt]
experimentó una gran alegría she felt very happy
4. (sufrir un cambio) to undergo [pt. underwent; pp. undergone]
esta ciudad ha experimentado grandes cambios this city has undergone many changes

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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