reunir


reunir
v.
1 to bring together.
Ellos reunieron a muchos amigos They brought together many friends.
2 to collect, to bring together.
reunió una gran fortuna he amassed a large fortune
3 to meet, to fulfill (requisitos, condiciones).
el plan reúne todas las condiciones para ser aceptado the plan meets o fulfills all the criteria for acceptance
no reúne los requisitos necesarios para el puesto he doesn't meet the requirements for the post
4 to put back together.
5 to gather, to scrape together, to collect, to muster.
Ellos reunieron dinero They gathered money.
6 to assemble.
Ellos reunieron a los miembros They assembled the members.
7 to merge, to incorporate.
Ellos reunieron a las empresas They merged the companies.
8 to have, to muster, to meet.
Ella reunía buenas cualidades She mustered good qualities.
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REUNIR
CONJUGACIÓN
(stressed ú in certain persons of certain tenses)
Present Indicative
reúno, reúnes, reúne, reunimos, reunís, reúnen.
Present Subjunctive
reúna, reúnas, reúna, reunamos, reunáis, reúnan.
Imperative
reúne (tú), reúna (él/Vd.), reunamos (nos.), reunid (vos.), reúnan (ellos/Vds.).
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verb
1) to gather, collect
2) raise
3) join
4) unite
5) have
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1. VT
1) (=juntar) to join, join together
2) (=recolectar) [+ cosas dispersas] to gather, gather together, get together; [+ datos] to collect, gather; [+ recursos] to pool; [+ colección] to assemble, make; [+ dinero] to collect; [+ fondos] to raise

la producción de los demás países reunidos no alcanzará al nuestro — the production of the other countries put together will not come up to ours

los cuatro reunidos no valen lo que él — he is better than the four of them put together

reunir esfuerzos — to join forces

3) [+ personas] to bring together, get together

reunió a sus amigos para discutirlo — he got his friends together to talk it over

4) [+ cualidades] to combine; [+ condiciones] to have, possess

la casa no reúne las condiciones — the house doesn't match up to requirements

creo reunir todos los requisitos — I think I meet all the necessary requirements

2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) <cualidades/características> to have; <requisitos> to satisfy, meet

reúne todas las condiciones necesarias — he fulfills all the requirements

2) <datos> to gather; <dinero/fondos> to raise; <información> to gather together, collect

reunió una colección excepcional de sellos — she built up an impressive stamp collection

el volumen reúne sus mejores artículos — the volume is a collection of his best articles

reunir pruebas — to gather o assemble evidence

3) <personas>

reunió a su familia en su casa — she got her family together at her house

reunió a los jefes de sección — he called a meeting of the heads of department

los reunió y se lo dijo — he called them together and told them

2.
reunirse v pron consejo/junta to meet; amigos/parientes to get together

me reuní con él en Chicago — I met up with him in Chicago

se va a reunir con los representantes — she's going to have a meeting with o meet the representatives

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= assemble, bring together, compile, gather, pull together, put together, round up, unite, encapsulate, muster, bundle, gather together, pool, reunite [re-unite], band, draw 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. For example, Recreation, previously dispersed over several main classes, is now brought together as a new main class, and Space Science has been added between Astronomy and the Earth Sciences.
Ex. This system could be used by the booktrade for compiling second-hand book lists.
Ex. A bibliography is a list of materials or items which is restricted in its coverage by some feature other than the materials being gathered in one library collection.
Ex. This library decided to launch an attack on illiteracy by pulling together a variety of approaches to learning to read.
Ex. The way in which this scheme is put together in book form often causes some confusion at first.
Ex. That is, you can round up terminals if you have to very rapidly.
Ex. It has become increasingly difficult to unite both categories in one union and demands for a trade union of library employees have been raised.
Ex. The fundamental OOP technique is to encapsulate data with the operations/code that operate on that data into a single entity which is called an object.
Ex. Obviously, the task will strain all the resources of mind and character that the nation can muster.
Ex. CD-ROM products that combine, or bundle, related information services will be at the forefront because of their usefulness to end-users.
Ex. If we wanted to gather everything on particular plants together under the general heading 'Horticulture,' we might change the above example to 635.9(582.675)65 to make the main facet the individual plant (in this case anemones), with environment (indoor... ) a secondary feature.
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. Divided collections are being reunited and bodies of material considered lost after World War 2 are resurfacing in Eastern Europe as well as in Germany.
Ex. The author advises banding retention policies to focus on a few clear options.
Ex. The application of the classification schemes, once constructed, involves synthesis, or the drawing together of the single concepts which are listed in the scheme from their different facets, in order to specify compound subjects.
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* que reúne las condiciones = qualified.
* reunir dinero = raise + money.
* reunir el dinero = muster (up) + the cash, come up with + the money.
* reunir el efectivo = muster (up) + the cash.
* reunir información = pool + information.
* reunir las condiciones = fit + the bill.
* reunir las condiciones para = qualify for.
* reunir material = gather + material.
* reunirse = get together, meet, convene, meet up, caucus.
* reunirse de nuevo = reconvene.
* reunir una serie de condiciones = meet + set of conditions.
* volver a reunir = reassemble [re-assemble].
* volverse a reunir = reconvene.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) <cualidades/características> to have; <requisitos> to satisfy, meet

reúne todas las condiciones necesarias — he fulfills all the requirements

2) <datos> to gather; <dinero/fondos> to raise; <información> to gather together, collect

reunió una colección excepcional de sellos — she built up an impressive stamp collection

el volumen reúne sus mejores artículos — the volume is a collection of his best articles

reunir pruebas — to gather o assemble evidence

3) <personas>

reunió a su familia en su casa — she got her family together at her house

reunió a los jefes de sección — he called a meeting of the heads of department

los reunió y se lo dijo — he called them together and told them

2.
reunirse v pron consejo/junta to meet; amigos/parientes to get together

me reuní con él en Chicago — I met up with him in Chicago

se va a reunir con los representantes — she's going to have a meeting with o meet the representatives

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= assemble, bring together, compile, gather, pull together, put together, round up, unite, encapsulate, muster, bundle, gather together, pool, reunite [re-unite], band, draw 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: For example, Recreation, previously dispersed over several main classes, is now brought together as a new main class, and Space Science has been added between Astronomy and the Earth Sciences.
Ex: This system could be used by the booktrade for compiling second-hand book lists.
Ex: A bibliography is a list of materials or items which is restricted in its coverage by some feature other than the materials being gathered in one library collection.
Ex: This library decided to launch an attack on illiteracy by pulling together a variety of approaches to learning to read.
Ex: The way in which this scheme is put together in book form often causes some confusion at first.
Ex: That is, you can round up terminals if you have to very rapidly.
Ex: It has become increasingly difficult to unite both categories in one union and demands for a trade union of library employees have been raised.
Ex: The fundamental OOP technique is to encapsulate data with the operations/code that operate on that data into a single entity which is called an object.
Ex: Obviously, the task will strain all the resources of mind and character that the nation can muster.
Ex: CD-ROM products that combine, or bundle, related information services will be at the forefront because of their usefulness to end-users.
Ex: If we wanted to gather everything on particular plants together under the general heading 'Horticulture,' we might change the above example to 635.9(582.675)65 to make the main facet the individual plant (in this case anemones), with environment (indoor... ) a secondary feature.
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: Divided collections are being reunited and bodies of material considered lost after World War 2 are resurfacing in Eastern Europe as well as in Germany.
Ex: The author advises banding retention policies to focus on a few clear options.
Ex: The application of the classification schemes, once constructed, involves synthesis, or the drawing together of the single concepts which are listed in the scheme from their different facets, in order to specify compound subjects.
* que reúne las condiciones = qualified.
* reunir dinero = raise + money.
* reunir el dinero = muster (up) + the cash, come up with + the money.
* reunir el efectivo = muster (up) + the cash.
* reunir información = pool + information.
* reunir las condiciones = fit + the bill.
* reunir las condiciones para = qualify for.
* reunir material = gather + material.
* reunirse = get together, meet, convene, meet up, caucus.
* reunirse de nuevo = reconvene.
* reunir una serie de condiciones = meet + set of conditions.
* volver a reunir = reassemble [re-assemble].
* volverse a reunir = reconvene.

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reunir [I23 ]
vt
A (tener) ‹cualidades/características› to have
los aspirantes deberán reunir los siguientes requisitos … candidates must satisfy o meet the following requirements …
reúne todas las condiciones necesarias para el cargo he fulfills all the requirements for the position
B (recoger, recolectar) ‹datos› to gather; ‹dinero/fondos› to raise
ha logrado reunir una colección excepcional de sellos she has managed to build up an impressive stamp collection
el volumen reúne varios artículos publicados recientemente por el autor the volume brings together o is a collection of several recently published articles by the author
primero hay que reunir la información necesaria the first step is to gather together o collect o assemble all the necessary information
reunir pruebas contra algn to gather o assemble evidence against sb
C ‹personas›
reunió a toda la familia en su casa she got all the family together at her house
reunió a los jefes de sección he called a meeting of the heads of department, he called the heads of department together
los reunió y les leyó el telegrama he called them together and read them the telegram
reunirse
v pron
«consejo/junta» to meet; «amigos/parientes» to get together
hace años que no se reúne toda la familia it's years since the whole family got together
se reunieron tras 20 años sin verse they met up again o got together again after 20 years
reunirse CON algn:
me reuní con él en Chicago I met up with him in Chicago
se va a reunir con los representantes de la compañía en Alemania she's going to meet o have a meeting with o (esp AmE) meet with the company's representatives in Germany
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reunir (conjugate reunir) verbo transitivo
1cualidades/característicasto have;
requisitosto satisfy, meet;
condicionesto fulfill, satisfy
2datosto gather;
dinero/fondosto raise;
informaciónto gather together, collect
3amigos/familiato get … together;
reunió a los jefes de sección he called a meeting of the heads of department

reunirse verbo pronominal [consejo/junta] to meet;
[amigos/parientes] to get together;
reunirse con algn (encontrarse) to meet up with sb;
(tener una reunión) to have a meeting with sb, meet with sb (AmE)
reunir verbo transitivo
1 (juntar) to collect: si reúnes tres vales, te dan uno de regalo, if you collect three vouchers, they'll give you another one free
(dinero) to raise
(información) to gather
(valor, fuerza) to muster (up)
2 (congregar) to gather together: nos reunieron en una pequeña sala, they brought us together in a small room
3 (cualidades, características) to have, possess
(requisitos) to fulfil
'reunir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
aunar
- juntar
- satisfacer
- agrupar
- requisito
- reunido
English:
assemble
- bill
- gather
- gather together
- get together
- muster
- pool
- put together
- raise
- rake together
- rally
- reassemble
- reunite
- round up
- scrape together
- scrape up
- summon up
- accumulate
- collect
- compile
- get
- marshal
- meet
- put
- qualified
- summon
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reunir
vt
1. [juntar] [personas] to bring together;
la fiesta de homenaje reunió a todos los amigos del artista the party in his honour brought all the artist's friends together
2. [objetos, información] to collect, to bring together;
[fondos] to raise;
reunió una gran fortuna he amassed a large fortune
3. [tener] [requisitos, condiciones] to meet, to fulfil;
[cualidades] to possess, to combine;
el plan reúne todas las condiciones para ser aceptado the plan meets o fulfils all the criteria for acceptance;
no reúne los requisitos necesarios para el puesto she doesn't meet the requirements for the post
4. [volver a unir] to put back together
See also the pronominal verb reunirse
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reunir
v/t
1 personas bring together;
estar reunido be in a meeting
2 requisitos meet, fulfill, Br
fulfil
3 datos gather (together)
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reunir {68} vt
1) : to unite, to join, to bring together
2) : to have, to possess
reunieron los requisitos necesarios: they fulfilled the necessary requirements
3) : to gather, to collect, to raise (funds)
See also the reflexive verb reunirse
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reunir vb
1. (juntar personas) to get together / to call together
decidió reunir a todos sus amigos he decided to get all his friends together
2. (juntar cosas) to bring together [pt. & pp. brought]
esta exposición reúne 140 obras del artista this exhibition brings together 140 of the artist's works
3. (dinero) to raise
¿cuánto dinero hemos reunido? how much money have we raised?
4. (requisitos) to meet [pt. & pp. met] / to fulfil [pt. & pp. fulfilled]
este candidato no reúne las condiciones this candidate doesn't fulfil the requirements

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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