participar


participar
v.
1 to take part, to participate.
participaron diez corredores/equipos (finance) ten runners/teams took part o participated
todo el mundo participó con entusiasmo en la limpieza del río everyone joined in enthusiastically in cleaning up the river
Ese diplomático figuró en el seminario That diplomat took part in the...
2 to receive a share.
3 to notify, to inform, to let know.
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participar
verbo intransitivo
1 (tomar parte - en una conversación) to participate, take part; (- en un proyecto) to take part; (- en un torneo) to enter, take part
2 (compartir) to share (de, -)
yo no participo de tu opinión I don't share your view
3 FINANZAS to have a share
verbo transitivo
1 (notificar) to notify, inform
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verb
1) to take part, participate
2) share, have a share
3) announce
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1. VI
1) (=tomar parte) to take part, participate frm

participar en un concurso — to take part o participate in a competition

20 países participarán en la cumbre — 20 countries will take part in the summit

participar en una carrera — to take part in a race

2) (Econ)

participar en una empresa — to own shares in a company

participar de los beneficios — to share in the profits

participar de o en una herencia — to share in an estate

3) (=compartir)

participar de una cualidad/opinión — to share a quality/an opinion

2.
VT frm (=informar) to inform

participar algo a algn — to inform sb of sth

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1.
verbo intransitivo
1)

participar (EN algo) — to take part (in something), participate (in something) (frml)

participar activamente en algo — to take an active part in something

2) (en ganancias) to have a share; (en empresa) to have a stockholding; (en lotería)

participa con la cantidad de 500 pesetas — he holds a 500 peseta share

3) (compartir) (frml)

participar DE algo — de una opinión/un sentimiento to share something

2.
participar vt (frml) (comunicar) <boda/nacimiento> to announce

tengo que participarles que ... — I have to inform you that ...

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= go into, have + a hand in, involve, participate, take + part, jump in, share in, come into + play, partake (in/of), become + involved.
Ex. As something you may or may not know, every item going into the processing stream is assigned a priority, and our judgment will in many cases be different from yours, as our needs will be different from yours.
Ex. For the benefit of all users of the thesaurus who have not had a hand in its initial compilation some written record describing the anticipated use of the thesaurus is valuable.
Ex. It recommends the establishment of a centralised Chinese collection by a joint venture involving a charitable trust.
Ex. The LC has also participated in two co-operative programs for the conversion of printed record to machine-readable form.
Ex. This article lists committees in whose work Soviet delegates took part and outlines results.
Ex. The unhappy tendency among teachers -- an occupational neurosis -- is to jump in too early and too often, especially if the talk wanders from direct comments about books under consideration.
Ex. I am honored to have been invited to share in this most important occasion and to have the opportunity to pay my deep respects to your head of department.
Ex. There are, of course, all sorts of other considerations which come into play in determining the income which a publisher might obtain from a book.
Ex. The objective should be to create and entrepreneurial spirit in the midst of bureaucracy whereby all partake in the responsibilities and risks of the library's activities.
Ex. There he became involved in cataloging problems and participated in their public discussion.
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* no participar = be out of the picture.
* no participar en = be uninvolved in, remain + uninvolved in.
* participar activamente = involve.
* participar activamente en = engage in.
* participar con = chime in with.
* participar de forma activa = involve.
* participar de forma activa en = engage in.
* participar de lleno en = become + a stakeholder in.
* participar de una forma activa = become + involved.
* participar en = engage in, get + involved with/in, become + (a) part of, join in, become + engaged (in/with), engage with.
* participar en un debate = participate + discussion.
* participar por igual en = have + an equal voice in.
* que participan = at play.
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1.
verbo intransitivo
1)

participar (EN algo) — to take part (in something), participate (in something) (frml)

participar activamente en algo — to take an active part in something

2) (en ganancias) to have a share; (en empresa) to have a stockholding; (en lotería)

participa con la cantidad de 500 pesetas — he holds a 500 peseta share

3) (compartir) (frml)

participar DE algo — de una opinión/un sentimiento to share something

2.
participar vt (frml) (comunicar) <boda/nacimiento> to announce

tengo que participarles que ... — I have to inform you that ...

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= go into, have + a hand in, involve, participate, take + part, jump in, share in, come into + play, partake (in/of), become + involved.

Ex: As something you may or may not know, every item going into the processing stream is assigned a priority, and our judgment will in many cases be different from yours, as our needs will be different from yours.

Ex: For the benefit of all users of the thesaurus who have not had a hand in its initial compilation some written record describing the anticipated use of the thesaurus is valuable.
Ex: It recommends the establishment of a centralised Chinese collection by a joint venture involving a charitable trust.
Ex: The LC has also participated in two co-operative programs for the conversion of printed record to machine-readable form.
Ex: This article lists committees in whose work Soviet delegates took part and outlines results.
Ex: The unhappy tendency among teachers -- an occupational neurosis -- is to jump in too early and too often, especially if the talk wanders from direct comments about books under consideration.
Ex: I am honored to have been invited to share in this most important occasion and to have the opportunity to pay my deep respects to your head of department.
Ex: There are, of course, all sorts of other considerations which come into play in determining the income which a publisher might obtain from a book.
Ex: The objective should be to create and entrepreneurial spirit in the midst of bureaucracy whereby all partake in the responsibilities and risks of the library's activities.
Ex: There he became involved in cataloging problems and participated in their public discussion.
* no participar = be out of the picture.
* no participar en = be uninvolved in, remain + uninvolved in.
* participar activamente = involve.
* participar activamente en = engage in.
* participar con = chime in with.
* participar de forma activa = involve.
* participar de forma activa en = engage in.
* participar de lleno en = become + a stakeholder in.
* participar de una forma activa = become + involved.
* participar en = engage in, get + involved with/in, become + (a) part of, join in, become + engaged (in/with), engage with.
* participar en un debate = participate + discussion.
* participar por igual en = have + an equal voice in.
* que participan = at play.

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participar [A1 ]
vi
A (en un debate, concurso) to take part, participate (frml)
no participó en la carrera she did not take part in o run/swim/ride in the race
diez equipos participaron en el torneo ten teams took part in o played in o participated in the tournament
participó activamente en la toma de decisiones he took an active part in the decision-making
los artistas que participan en el espectáculo the artists taking part in o participating in the show
participaban en la alegría general they shared in the general feeling of happiness
B
1 (en ganancias, en un fondo) to have a share
2 (en una empresa) to have a stockholding o an interest
3
(en una lotería): participa con la cantidad de 2 euros en el número 20179 he holds a 2 euro share in ticket number 20179
C (frml) participar DE algo ‹de una opinión/un sentimiento› to share sth; ‹de una característica› to share sth
no participo de su optimismo I do not share his optimism
■ participar
vt
A (frml) (comunicar) ‹matrimonio/nacimiento› to announce
tengo que participarles que … I have to inform you that …
B
1 ‹compañía› to have a stockholding o an interest in
una empresa participada al 50% por Sterosa a company 50% owned by Sterosa
2 ‹capital› to put up, provide
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participar (conjugate participar) verbo intransitivo
a) (tomar parte) participar (EN algo) to take part (in sth), participate (in sth) (frml)

b) participar en algo (en ganancias) to have a share in sth;

(en empresas) to have a stockholding in sth
participar
I verbo intransitivo
1 to take part, participate [en, in]
2 Fin to have shares [en, in]
3 (compartir) participar de, to share
II vtr (comunicar) to notify
'participar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
consiguientemente
- esperar
- intervenir
- negación
- derecho
- tratar
English:
contribute
- form
- join in
- joust
- opt out
- part
- participant
- participate
- play
- sit in on
- disqualify
- go
- join
- keen
- share
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participar
vi
1. [colaborar, intervenir] to take part, to participate (en in);
participaron diez corredores/equipos ten runners/teams took part o participated;
todo el mundo participó con entusiasmo en la limpieza del río everyone joined in enthusiastically in cleaning up the river
2. Econ to have a share (en in);
varias personas participan en la empresa several people have esp Br shares o esp US stock in the company
3. [recibir] to receive a share (de of);
todos participan de los beneficios everyone has a share in the profits
4. [compartir]
participar de to share;
no participo de tus ideas I don't share your ideas
vt
1. [comunicar]
participar algo a alguien to notify o inform sb of sth;
nos participaron la celebración de la boda we received an announcement of the wedding
2. Econ
una empresa participada por varias sociedades a company in which several firms hold equity interests
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participar
I v/t una noticia announce
II v/i take part (en in), participate (en in)
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participar vi
1) : to participate, to take part
2)
participar en : to have a share in
participar vt
: to announce, to notify
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participar vb to take part [pt. took; pp. taken] / to participate

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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