juntar


juntar
v.
1 to put together.
poco a poco ha juntado una valiosa colección de cuadros she has gradually put together a valuable collection of paintings
juntaron todos los departamentos en un solo edificio they brought all the departments together in a single building
2 to join, to connect, to piece together, to put together.
Elsa junta los cables Elsa joins the wires.
3 to assemble, to bunch up, to bring together, to combine.
Ellos juntaron un equipo ganador They assembled a winning team.
4 to gather together, to get together, to pull together.
Ellos juntaron varios candidatos They gathered together several candidates
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juntar
verbo transitivo
1 (unir) to join together, put together; (piezas) to assemble
junta las mesas put the tables together
2 familiar (coleccionar) to collect
3 (reunir - dinero) to raise; (- gente) to gather together
verbo pronominal juntarse
1 (unirse) to join, get together; (ríos, caminos) to meet
nos juntamos todos los domingos we get together every Sunday
2 (acercarse) to squeeze up
juntaos un poco que no quepo squeeze up, I can't get in
3 (relacionarse) to go out (con, with), mix (con, with)
últimamente no se junta con nadie she is being remarkably antisocial lately
4 (amancebarse) to move in (con, with), start living together
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verb
1) to unite
2) assemble, collect
3) gather
4) pool
- juntarse con
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1. VT
1) (=colocar juntos) to put together

juntó las manos en actitud de plegaria — she put her hands together as if praying

juntaron varias mesas — they put several tables together

junta el armario a la pared — put the cupboard against the wall

juntar dinero — (=ahorrar) to save, save up; (=reunir fondos) to raise funds, fundraise

estoy juntando dinero para comprarme una bicicleta — I'm saving up to buy a bicycle

2) (=reunir) [+ amigos, conocidos] to get together; [+ participantes, concursantes] to bring together

juntó a sus amigos para darles la noticia — he got his friends together to tell them the news

¿cómo consiguió el director juntar tantas estrellas en una misma película? — how did the director manage to bring together so many stars o get so many stars together in one film?

la final ha juntado a los dos mejores equipos del mundo — the final has brought together the two best teams in the world

3) (=coleccionar) [+ sellos, objetos] to collect
4) (=entornar) [+ puerta, ventana] to push to
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) (unir) <pies/manos/camas> to put ... together
b) (reunir)

junta las fichas y ponlas en la caja — collect up the counters and put them in the box

juntar fuerzas para hacer algo — to pluck up courage to do something

están juntando (dinero) para el viaje — they are saving (up) for the trip

juntar monedas/sellos — (esp AmL) to collect coins/stamps

c) (cerrar) <puerta> to push ... to
2.
juntarse v pron
a) (acercarse) to move o get closer together

júntense más, así salen todos en la foto — get (in) o move (in) closer together so I can get you all in the picture

b) (reunirse) to get together

juntarse con alguien — to join somebody, meet up with somebody

c) (relacionarse)

juntarse con alguien: yo no me junto con gente de su calaña I don't mix with her sort; se empezó a juntar con malas compañías — she fell into bad company

d) (como pareja) to live together

se volvieron a juntar — they got back together again

2)
a) desgracias/sucesos to come together

este mes se nos ha juntado todo! — this month it's just been one thing after another

b) carreteras/conductos to meet, join
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= assemble, piece together, bundle, pool, put together.
Ex. In this case all the works of a given author will be assembled on the shelf under his/her name as well, so it is not really in conflict and I think there is a misinterpretation.
Ex. During his stay in Laputa, Captain Gulliver was very impressed by a book-writing machine which produced fragments of sentences which were dictated to scribes and later pieced together.
Ex. CD-ROM products that combine, or bundle, related information services will be at the forefront because of their usefulness to end-users.
Ex. The results of two studies of the way reference librarians work were pooled to provide an understanding of the important features necessary in software for computerized reference work.
Ex. The way in which this scheme is put together in book form often causes some confusion at first.
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* Dios los cría y ellos se juntan = birds of a feather flock together.
* juntarse = be together.
* juntarse con = kick + it with.
* juntarse el hambre con las ganas de comer = made for each other, be two of a kind, be a right pair.
* juntar sin solapar = butt together.
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) (unir) <pies/manos/camas> to put ... together
b) (reunir)

junta las fichas y ponlas en la caja — collect up the counters and put them in the box

juntar fuerzas para hacer algo — to pluck up courage to do something

están juntando (dinero) para el viaje — they are saving (up) for the trip

juntar monedas/sellos — (esp AmL) to collect coins/stamps

c) (cerrar) <puerta> to push ... to
2.
juntarse v pron
a) (acercarse) to move o get closer together

júntense más, así salen todos en la foto — get (in) o move (in) closer together so I can get you all in the picture

b) (reunirse) to get together

juntarse con alguien — to join somebody, meet up with somebody

c) (relacionarse)

juntarse con alguien: yo no me junto con gente de su calaña I don't mix with her sort; se empezó a juntar con malas compañías — she fell into bad company

d) (como pareja) to live together

se volvieron a juntar — they got back together again

2)
a) desgracias/sucesos to come together

este mes se nos ha juntado todo! — this month it's just been one thing after another

b) carreteras/conductos to meet, join
* * *
= assemble, piece together, bundle, pool, put together.

Ex: In this case all the works of a given author will be assembled on the shelf under his/her name as well, so it is not really in conflict and I think there is a misinterpretation.

Ex: During his stay in Laputa, Captain Gulliver was very impressed by a book-writing machine which produced fragments of sentences which were dictated to scribes and later pieced together.
Ex: CD-ROM products that combine, or bundle, related information services will be at the forefront because of their usefulness to end-users.
Ex: The results of two studies of the way reference librarians work were pooled to provide an understanding of the important features necessary in software for computerized reference work.
Ex: The way in which this scheme is put together in book form often causes some confusion at first.
* Dios los cría y ellos se juntan = birds of a feather flock together.
* juntarse = be together.
* juntarse con = kick + it with.
* juntarse el hambre con las ganas de comer = made for each other, be two of a kind, be a right pair.
* juntar sin solapar = butt together.

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juntar [A1 ]
vt
1 (unir) ‹pies/manos/camas› to put … together
si juntamos dos mesas, cabremos todos if we put two tables together we'll all be able to fit round
como faltó un profesor, juntaron dos clases one teacher was away so they combined two classes o put two classes together
junta los verdes con los azules put the green ones and the blue ones together
2
(reunir): junta las fichas y ponlas en la caja collect up the counters and put them in the box
tendrás que juntar fuerzas para decírselo you'll have to pluck up courage to tell him
están juntando (dinero) para el viaje they are saving (up) for the trip
me va a llevar tiempo juntar el dinero it's going to take me some time to get the money together o to raise the money
junta monedas/sellos (esp AmL); she collects coins/stamps
3
(cerrar): junta la puerta push the door to
juntarse
v pron
A «personas»
1 (acercarse) to move o get closer together
júntense más, así salen todos en la foto get (in) o move (in) closer together so I can get you all in the picture
2 (reunirse) to get together
tenemos que juntarnos un día para tomar una copa we must get together for a drink one of these days
se juntó con nosotros en Caracas he met up with us o joined us in Caracas
nos juntamos para comprarle un regalo we got o (BrE) clubbed together to buy her a present
¡vaya dos que se han juntado! what a pair!
3 (relacionarse) juntarse CON algn:
yo no me junto con gente de su calaña I don't mix with her sort
se empezó a juntar con malas compañías she fell into bad company
no me junto más contigo (leng infantil); I'm not playing with you any more
4
(como pareja): no se podían casar, así que se juntaron they couldn't get married so they started living together
se volvieron a juntar they got back together again
B
1 «desgracias/sucesos» to come together
¡este mes se nos ha juntado todo! this month it's just been one thing after another
se juntó el accidente del niño con lo de la mudanza their son's accident came right on top of the move o came just as they were moving house
2 «carreteras/conductos» to meet, join
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juntar (conjugate juntar) verbo transitivo
a) (unir) ‹pies/manos/camasto put … together

b) (reunir) ‹fichas/piezasto collect up, gather together;

dineroto save (up);
juntar sellos (esp AmL) to collect stamps

c) (cerrar) ‹puertato push … to

juntarse verbo pronominal
1 [personas]
a) (acercarse) to move o get closer together

b) (reunirse) to get together;

juntarse con algn to join sb, meet up with sb

c) (como pareja) to live together;

se volvieron a juntar they got back together again

2
a) [desgracias/sucesos] to come together

b) [carreteras/conductos] to meet, join

juntar verbo transitivo
1 (unir) to join, put together: juntaremos las sillas, we'll put the chairs together
(ensamblar) to assemble
2 (reunir a personas) quiere juntar a toda la familia, she wants to get all her family together
(reunir animales) to round up
4 (coleccionar) to collect
5 (una cantidad de dinero) to raise
'juntar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
aglomerar
- reunir
- amontonar
English:
assemble
- connect
- gather
- join
- join up
- piece together
- pool
- put together
- throw together
- collect
- hoard
- piece
- put
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juntar
vt
1. [unir] to put together;
junta los pies put your feet together;
como no cabíamos todos, decidimos juntar las mesas as we didn't all fit, we decided to push the tables together;
junté los cables con cinta aislante I tied the wires together with some insulating tape
2. [reunir] to put together;
[cromos, sellos, monedas] to collect; [fondos] to raise; [personas] to bring together;
poco a poco ha juntado una valiosa colección de cuadros she has gradually put together a valuable collection of paintings;
he ido juntando dinero todo el año para las vacaciones I've been saving up all year for my Br holidays o US vacation;
juntaron todos los departamentos en un solo edificio they brought all the departments together in a single building
See also the pronominal verb juntarse
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juntar
v/t
1 put together; bienes collect, accumulate
2 gente gather together
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juntar vt
1) unir: to unite, to combine, to put together
2) reunir: to collect, to gather together, to assemble
3) : to close partway
juntar la puerta: to leave the door ajar
See also the reflexive verb juntarse
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juntar vb
1. (poner juntos) to put together [pt. & pp. put]
juntaron las dos camas they put the two beds together
2. (unir) to join together
hay que juntar todas las piezas you have to join all the pieces together
3. (reunir) to get together
juntó a toda la familia el día de su cumpleaños she got all the family together for her birthday
hemos juntado bastante dinero we've raised quite a lot of money

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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