inhibir


inhibir
v.
to inhibit.
María inhibió su ira Mary inhibited her anger.
El aplauso inhibió a Ricardo The applause inhibited Richard.
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inhibir
verbo transitivo
1 (reprimir) to inhibit
2 MEDICINA to inhibit
verbo pronominal inhibirse
1 (reprimirse) to be inhibited
2 (abstenerse) to refrain (de, from); (negarse) to refuse (de, to)
3 DERECHO to disqualify oneself
el juez se inhibió a favor del tribunal supremo the judge referred the case to the supreme court
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FRASEOLOGÍA
inhibirse de una decisión to avoid making a decision
inhibirse de un problema to refuse to acknowledge a problem
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1. VT
1) (=reprimir) to inhibit
2) (Jur) to restrain, stay
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo to inhibit

su actitud me inhibía — I was inhibited by her attitude

2.
inhibirse v pron to become inhibited
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= inhibit, dope, hamstring.
Ex. Likewise, a library or consortium -- and ultimately the user -- is ill-served by a system which inhibits the realization of a rational collection policy by permitting the duplication of expensive items.
Ex. A photolithographic process selectively dopes minute areas of the silicon and so builds up circuits.
Ex. Instead, the proposed regulations would hamstring public access.
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* inhibirse = inhibit.
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1.
verbo transitivo to inhibit

su actitud me inhibía — I was inhibited by her attitude

2.
inhibirse v pron to become inhibited
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= inhibit, dope, hamstring.

Ex: Likewise, a library or consortium -- and ultimately the user -- is ill-served by a system which inhibits the realization of a rational collection policy by permitting the duplication of expensive items.

Ex: A photolithographic process selectively dopes minute areas of the silicon and so builds up circuits.
Ex: Instead, the proposed regulations would hamstring public access.
* inhibirse = inhibit.

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inhibir [I1 ]
vt
1 (cohibir) to inhibit
su actitud dictatorial me inhibía I was inhibited by her dictatorial attitude, her dictatorial attitude inhibited me o made me feel inhibited
2 (Fisiol, Med) to inhibit
3 (Der) to disqualify
inhibirse
v pron
1 (cohibirse) to become inhibited
se inhibe ante los mayores he becomes very withdrawn o inhibited in front of adults
vamos, no te inhibas y sal a bailar come on, don't be shy, get up and dance!
2 (refl) «juez» to disqualify oneself
se inhibió de conocer el asunto he disqualified himself from the case, he said he could not try the case
se inhibieron de firmar la protesta they did not sign o they said they could not sign the letter of protest
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inhibir (conjugate inhibir) verbo transitivo
to inhibit
inhibirse verbo pronominal
to become inhibited
inhibir verbo transitivo to inhibit: le inhibes con tu severidad, your being so strict is inhibiting her
'inhibir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
cohibir
English:
inhibit
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inhibir
vt
1. [cohibir] to inhibit;
su agresividad me inhibe I feel inhibited by his aggressiveness
2. Psi to inhibit
3. Fisiol to inhibit
See also the pronominal verb inhibirse
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inhibir
v/t inhibit
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inhibir vt
: to inhibit
See also the reflexive verb inhibirse

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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