arrebato


arrebato
m.
1 fit, outburst (arranque).
un arrebato de amor a crush
2 rage, fury (furia).
3 rapture.
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: arrebatar.
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arrebato
nombre masculino
1 (arranque) fit, outburst
en un arrebato de celos mató a su amante in a sudden fit of jealousy he killed his lover
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noun m.
outburst, fit
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SM (=ira) rage; (=éxtasis) ecstasy, rapture

en un arrebato de cólera — in an outburst of anger

en un arrebato de entusiasmo — in a sudden fit of enthusiasm

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masculino
a) (arranque) fit

un arrebato de ira/pasión — a fit of anger/passion

le dio un arrebato — he flew into a rage

b) (éxtasis) ecstasy, rapture
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= outburst, flush, gush, burst, spurt.
Ex. Laura Carpozzi, head of the circulation department, heard the checker's outburst and espied the bottleneck in the stream of traffic.
Ex. I wonder if this is not altogether unrelated to the fact that this stage immediately precedes puberty, during the last flush of childhood, after which young people commonly go through a period of disenchantment with adults.
Ex. Uncritical gush is as repulsive as dry compulsion = El arrebato falto de sentido crítico es tan repugnante como la obsesión seca.
Ex. Fueled by inspiration, coffee and Benzedrine, Kerouac sat down at his typewriter and -- in one burst of creative energy -- wrote the novel that would make him the voice of his generation in just 20 days.
Ex. Consistent productivity is the goal of any supervisor -- not brief spurts of effort followed by a reduction of activities.
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* arrebato de cólera = angry outburst, fit of rage, fit of anger.
* arrebato de ira = angry outburst.
* arrebato de + Nombre = fit of + Nombre.
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masculino
a) (arranque) fit

un arrebato de ira/pasión — a fit of anger/passion

le dio un arrebato — he flew into a rage

b) (éxtasis) ecstasy, rapture
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= outburst, flush, gush, burst, spurt.

Ex: Laura Carpozzi, head of the circulation department, heard the checker's outburst and espied the bottleneck in the stream of traffic.

Ex: I wonder if this is not altogether unrelated to the fact that this stage immediately precedes puberty, during the last flush of childhood, after which young people commonly go through a period of disenchantment with adults.
Ex: Uncritical gush is as repulsive as dry compulsion = El arrebato falto de sentido crítico es tan repugnante como la obsesión seca.
Ex: Fueled by inspiration, coffee and Benzedrine, Kerouac sat down at his typewriter and -- in one burst of creative energy -- wrote the novel that would make him the voice of his generation in just 20 days.
Ex: Consistent productivity is the goal of any supervisor -- not brief spurts of effort followed by a reduction of activities.
* arrebato de cólera = angry outburst, fit of rage, fit of anger.
* arrebato de ira = angry outburst.
* arrebato de + Nombre = fit of + Nombre.

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arrebato
masculine
1 (arranque) fit
un arrebato de ira/pasión a fit of anger/passion
le dio un arrebato y se puso a dar patadas he flew into a rage and started kicking them, he blew his top and started kicking them (colloq)
2 (éxtasis) ecstasy, rapture
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Del verbo arrebatar: (conjugate arrebatar)

arrebato es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

arrebató es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

Multiple Entries:
arrebatar    
arrebato
arrebatar (conjugate arrebatar) verbo transitivo (quitar) to snatch
arrebato sustantivo masculino
a) (arranque) arrebato de algo fit of sth;

le dio un arrebato he flew into a rage

b) (éxtasis) ecstasy, rapture

arrebatar verbo transitivo
1 (arrancar) to snatch, seize
2 fig (cautivar, apasionar) to captivate, fascinate
arrebato sustantivo masculino outburst, fit
'arrebato' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acceso
- arranque
English:
outburst
- rash
- snatch away
- burst
- flush
- out
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arrebato nm
1. [arranque]
lo tiró por la ventana de un arrebato o [m5]en un arrebato de cólera he threw it out of the window in a fit of rage;
en un arrebato de generosidad in a fit of generosity;
un arrebato de amor a crush
2. [furia] rage, fury;
con arrebato in fury, enraged
3. [éxtasis] ecstasy
4. RP [robo] bag-snatching
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arrebato
m fit;
arrebato de cólera fit of rage
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arrebato nm
arranque: fit, outburst

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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