porte


porte
m.
1 carriage, transport costs (gasto de transporte).
portes debidos (commerce) carriage forward (British), freight collect (United States)
portes pagados (commerce) carriage paid (British), freight paid (United States)
2 carriage, transport (transport).
una empresa de portes y mudanzas a removal firm (British), a moving firm (United States)
3 bearing, demeanor (aspecto).
4 conduct, behaviour, bearing, behavior.
5 appearance, air.
pres.subj.
3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: portar.
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porte
nombre masculino
1 (aspecto - de una persona) bearing; (- de un edificio etc) appearance
2 (transporte) carriage, freight
¿quién va a pagar los portes? who will pay the cost of freight?
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FRASEOLOGÍA
portes debidos carriage due
portes pagados carriage paid
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noun m.
1) bearing
2) carriage
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SM
1) (Com) (=acto) carriage, transport; (=costos) carriage; (Correos) postage

franco de porte — (Com) carriage paid; (Correos) post free

porte debido — (Com) freight C.O.D.

porte pagado — (Com) carriage paid; (Correos) post paid

porte por cobrar — freight forward

2) ( esp Náut) (=tonelaje) capacity
3) (=presencia) bearing, demeanour, demeanor (EEUU)

de porte distinguido — with a distinguished bearing o air

4) (=conducta) behaviour, behavior (EEUU), conduct frm
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masculino
1) (aspecto, aire) bearing, demeanor*

un joven de porte distinguido — a distinguished-looking young man

una mansión de porte señorial — a very grand-looking mansion

2) (tamaño) size

es de este porte — (AmL) it's about this big

3)
a) (costo) carriage

la mercancía se envía a porte pagado — the goods are sent freight paid o postage paid

b) (acción de portar) carrying
4) portes masculino plural (transporte) transport

portes pagados — freight/postage paid

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= set, porterage, deportment, cartage, haulage, drayage.
Ex. From the way his left shoulder is tipped forward, from the set of his head and the length of his stride, one gets the feeling that he is a fully clothed sprinter just leaving the starting blocks.
Ex. The price includes porterage based on one suitcase per person.
Ex. Our deportment depends upon our dress.
Ex. Haulage, also called cartage or drayage, is the horizontal transport of ore, coal, supplies, and waste.
Ex. Haulage, also called cartage or drayage, is the horizontal transport of ore, coal, supplies, and waste.
Ex. Haulage, also called cartage or drayage, is the horizontal transport of ore, coal, supplies, and waste.
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masculino
1) (aspecto, aire) bearing, demeanor*

un joven de porte distinguido — a distinguished-looking young man

una mansión de porte señorial — a very grand-looking mansion

2) (tamaño) size

es de este porte — (AmL) it's about this big

3)
a) (costo) carriage

la mercancía se envía a porte pagado — the goods are sent freight paid o postage paid

b) (acción de portar) carrying
4) portes masculino plural (transporte) transport

portes pagados — freight/postage paid

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= set, porterage, deportment, cartage, haulage, drayage.

Ex: From the way his left shoulder is tipped forward, from the set of his head and the length of his stride, one gets the feeling that he is a fully clothed sprinter just leaving the starting blocks.

Ex: The price includes porterage based on one suitcase per person.
Ex: Our deportment depends upon our dress.
Ex: Haulage, also called cartage or drayage, is the horizontal transport of ore, coal, supplies, and waste.
Ex: Haulage, also called cartage or drayage, is the horizontal transport of ore, coal, supplies, and waste.
Ex: Haulage, also called cartage or drayage, is the horizontal transport of ore, coal, supplies, and waste.

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porte
masculine
A (aspecto, aire) bearing, demeanor*
un joven de porte distinguido a distinguished-looking young man, a young man of distinguished bearing o with a distinguished air
una mansión de porte señorial a mansion of extremely grand appearance
B (tamaño) size
un buque de gran porte a vessel of enormous size
es de este porte (AmL); it's about this big
del porte de una casa or catedral (Chi fam); huge, enormous, tremendous
C
1 (precio, costo) carriage
la mercancía se envía a porte pagado the goods are sent freight paid o postage paid o (BrE) carriage paid
2 (acción de portar) carrying
no se permite el porte de armas it is forbidden to carry arms, the carrying of arms is forbidden
D portes mpl (transporte) transport
portes pagados freight/postage paid, carriage paid (BrE)
[ S ] se hacen portes freight delivery service
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Del verbo portar: (conjugate portar)

porté es:

1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

porte es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

Multiple Entries:
portar    
porte
portar (conjugate portar) verbo transitivo (frml) ‹arma/banderato carry, bear (frml)
portarse verbo pronominal
a) (comportarse):

portese bien to behave (oneself);

portese mal to behave badly;
portese bien/mal CON algn to treat sb well/badly
b) (cumplir):

el Zaragoza se portó en la final Zaragoza delivered the goods in the final;

hoy te portaste you've really excelled today
porte sustantivo masculino
1 (tamaño) size;
es de este porte (AmL) it's about this big

2 (acción de portar) carrying;
(costo) carriage;
portes pagados freight/postage paid

portar verbo transitivo frml to carry, bear
porte sustantivo masculino
1 (presencia, apariencia) bearing, appearance: tiene el porte de un caballero, he looks like a gentleman
2 (transporte) carriage, freight: no te cobran los portes, they don't charge you for carriage
'porte' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
transporte
- franco
English:
Arabian
- bearing
- carriage
- poise
- demeanor
- deportment
- handling
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porte nm
1. [gasto de transporte] transport costs, carriage;
los portes corren a cargo del destinatario transport o carriage is payable by the addressee
Comp
Com portes debidos Br carriage forward, US freight collect;
enviar algo a portes debidos to send sth Br carriage forward o US freight collect;
Com portes pagados Br carriage paid, US freight paid;
enviar algo a portes pagados to send sth Br carriage paid o US freight paid
2. [transporte] carriage, transport;
una empresa de portes y mudanzas Br a removal firm, US a moving firm
3. [capacidad, tamaño] size, capacity;
Am
llegó una caja de este porte [muy grande] a box arrived that was THIS big
4. [aspecto] bearing, demeanour;
su padre tiene un porte distinguido your father has a very distinguished air;
un edificio de porte majestuoso a very grand-looking building
5. RP [permiso] permit, licence;
¿usted tiene porte de armas? do you have a gun licence?
6. RP [acción] carrying;
se prohíbe el porte de armas the carrying of weapons o arms is forbidden
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porte
m
1 (aspecto) appearance, air
2 (gasto de correo) postage;
a portes debidos collect on delivery, Br cash on delivery;
a portes pagados freight paid, Br carriage paid
3
:
de este porte about this big
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porte nm
1) aspecto: bearing, demeanor
2) transporte: transport, carrying
porte pagado: postage paid

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Porte — Porte, n. [F. porte a gate, L. porta. See {Port} a gate.] The Ottoman court; the government of the Turkish empire, officially called the {Sublime Porte}, from the gate (port) of the sultan s palace at which justice was administered. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Porte — Le nom est surtout porté dans le département de la Loire et dans le Puy de Dôme. Il désigne celui qui habite un lieu dit (la) Porte, soit la porte d une ville fortifiée, soit un passage, un défilé rocheux. Forme plurielle : Portes (34, 81, 31,… …   Noms de famille

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  • Porte — (fr., spr. Pohrt), 1) Thor, Thür, Pforte; P. a jour (spr. Port a Schuhr), Gatterthüre; P, cochère (spr. P. Koschähr), Thorweg; P. d écluse (spr. P. d Eclühs), Schleußenthor; P. de secours[372] (spr. P. d S kuhr), Hülfsthor; P. feinte (spr. P.… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Porte — Ottoman court at Constantinople, c.1600, from French, in full, la Sublime Porte, translation of Arabic bab i aliy, lit. lofty gate, official name of the central office of the Ottoman government (Cf. Vatican for the Papacy, Kremlin for the U.S.S.R …   Etymology dictionary

  • porte — porte; porte·feuille; …   English syllables


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