presumir


presumir
v.
1 to presume, to assume.
presumo que no tardarán en llegar I presume o suppose they'll be here soon
Ella presume sandeces She presumes silly things.
2 to show off.
presume de artista he likes to think he's an artist, he fancies himself as an artist
presume de guapa she thinks she's pretty
3 to be conceited or vain (ser vanidoso).
4 to put on airs, to become arrogant, to boast, to show off.
Ella presume a menudo She shows off often.
5 to presume to.
Ella presume ganarle She presumes to beat him.
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presumir
verbo intransitivo
1 (vanagloriarse) to boast (de, about), show off (de, about)
siempre está presumiendo de sus hijos she's always boasting about her children
presume de habilidoso he likes to think he is a handyman
2 (ser presumido) to be vain
le gusta mucho presumir he's really vain
verbo transitivo
1 (suponer) to suppose, assume
por sus andares presumo que está borracho from the way he's walking I assume he's drunk
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FRASEOLOGÍA
como era de presumir as was to be expected
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verb
to presume
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1.
VI (=alardear) to give o.s. airs, show off; (=envanecerse) to be conceited

lo hizo para presumir ante sus amistades — he did it to show off in front of his friends

no presumas tanto — don't be so conceited

presumir de listo — to think o.s. very smart

presume de experto — he likes to think he's an expert, he considers himself an expert

presumir demasiado de sus fuerzas — to overestimate one's strength

2. VT
1) (=suponer) to presume

presumo que quedarán campeones de la liga — I presume that they will end up as league champions

según cabe presumir — as may be presumed, presumably

es de presumir que — presumably, supposedly

2) Arg, Bol (=pretender) to court; (=coquetear con) to flirt with
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1.
verbo intransitivo to show off

presumir DE algo: presume de guapo he thinks he's good-looking; presume de intelectual he likes to think he's an intellectual, he fancies himself as an intellectual (BrE); le encanta presumir de dinero — she loves to flash her money around

2.
presumir vt

se presume una reacción violenta — there is likely to be a violent reaction

es de presumir que ya habrán llegado — presumably they will already have arrived

era de presumir — it was quite predictable

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= presume, boast, brag, grandstand, show off.
Ex. We presumed this principle of organization in the case of searching the public library for a document about programmed instruction.
Ex. In fact, he boasts that he knows more about library work than all of us who have our master's degrees put together.
Ex. While pirates and ancient mariners may have bragged about sailing the seven seas, the phrase is merely figurative.
Ex. Low key and humble, he would never be the type to grandstand and bluster about injustice.
Ex. The district will proudly show off its historical heritage: the monastic library at Broumov, founded in the 13th century by Benedictine monks.
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1.
verbo intransitivo to show off

presumir DE algo: presume de guapo he thinks he's good-looking; presume de intelectual he likes to think he's an intellectual, he fancies himself as an intellectual (BrE); le encanta presumir de dinero — she loves to flash her money around

2.
presumir vt

se presume una reacción violenta — there is likely to be a violent reaction

es de presumir que ya habrán llegado — presumably they will already have arrived

era de presumir — it was quite predictable

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= presume, boast, brag, grandstand, show off.

Ex: We presumed this principle of organization in the case of searching the public library for a document about programmed instruction.

Ex: In fact, he boasts that he knows more about library work than all of us who have our master's degrees put together.
Ex: While pirates and ancient mariners may have bragged about sailing the seven seas, the phrase is merely figurative.
Ex: Low key and humble, he would never be the type to grandstand and bluster about injustice.
Ex: The district will proudly show off its historical heritage: the monastic library at Broumov, founded in the 13th century by Benedictine monks.

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presumir [I1 ]
vi
to show off
seguro que no es cierto, lo dice para presumir I'm sure it's not true, she's only saying it to show off o she's just boasting
presumir DE algo:
presume de guapo he thinks he's good-looking
presume de sus éxitos he's always boasting about his conquests
presume de intelectual y es un ignorante he likes to think he's an intellectual o (BrE) he fancies himself as an intellectual, but in fact he doesn't know anything
no presumo de saber nada del tema I don't profess to know anything about it
le encanta presumir de dinero she loves to flash her money around
■ presumir
vt
se presume una reacción violenta a violent reaction is expected, there is likely to be a violent reaction
es de presumir que ya habrán llegado presumably they will have already arrived
presumo que es una ciudad preciosa, aunque no la conozco I imagine it's a lovely city, though I don't know it
era de presumir lo que ocurriría it was quite predictable what would happen
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presumir (conjugate presumir) verbo intransitivo
to show off;
presumir DE algo ‹de dinero› (hablando) to boast o brag about sth;
(enseñándolo) to flash sth around;
presume de guapo he thinks he's good-looking

verbo transitivo: se presume una reacción violenta there is likely to be a violent reaction;
era de presumir occurriría it was quite predictable what would happen
presumir
I vtr (sospechar) to predict, suppose
II verbo intransitivo
1 (de una cualidad) to fancy oneself as: presume de listo, he thinks he's very smart
2 (de una posesión) to boast [de, about]: le gusta presumir de coche, he likes to show off his car

'presumir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
aparentar
- exhibir
- fanfarronear
- lucirse
- vacilar
- cacarear
- lucir
English:
air
- boast
- brag
- presume
- trumpet
- show
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presumir
vt
[suponer] to presume, to assume;
presumo que no tardarán en llegar I presume o suppose they'll be here soon;
es de presumir que ya se hayan enterado de la noticia presumably they've already heard the news;
ese escándalo era de presumir that scandal was only to be expected
vi
1. [jactarse] to show off;
presume de rico he makes a show of being rich;
presume de artista he likes to think he's an artist, he fancies himself as an artist;
presume de guapa she thinks she's pretty;
pocos pueden presumir de haber ganado tantos premios como ella few can boast of having won as many prizes as she has
2. [ser vanidoso] to be vain
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presumir
I v/t presume
II v/i show off;
presumir de algo boast o brag about sth;
presume de listo he thinks he’s very clever
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presumir vt
suponer: to presume, to suppose
presumir vi
1) alardear: to boast, to show off
2)
presumir de : to consider oneself
presume de inteligente: he thinks he's intelligent
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presumir vb
1. (cuidar su aspecto) to show off [pt. showed; pp. shown]
le gusta presumir she likes to show off
2. (jactarse) to boast / to brag [pt. & pp. bragged]
presume del dinero que tiene he boasts about his money
presume de guapa she thinks she is pretty

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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