transportar


transportar
v.
1 to transport (trasladar) (mercancías, pasajeros).
transportaba una maleta en cada mano he was carrying a suitcase in each hand
esta música me transporta a la infancia this music takes me back to my childhood
El furgón transporta provisiones The van transports provisions
La música transporta a Ricardo Music transports Richard.
2 to captivate.
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transportar
verbo transitivo
1 (gen) to transport
2 (pasajeros) to carry; (mercancías en barco) to ship
3 MATEMÁTICAS to transfer
4 MÚSICA to transpose
5 figurado (hacer perder la razón) to carry away, send into raptures
la visión de una mujer tan hermosa lo transportó the sight of such a beautiful woman sent him into raptures
verbo pronominal transportarse
1 figurado to be transported, be enraptured, be carried away
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verb
1) to carry
2) transport
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1. VT
1) [+ tropas, mercancías] [gen] to transport; [en barco] to ship

transportan el ganado por ferrocarril — the livestock is transported by rail

el camión transportaba medicamentos — the lorry was carrying medicines

el avión podrá transportar 100 pasajeros — the plane will be able to carry 100 passengers

aquella música la transportaba a su adolescencia — that music took her back o transported her to when she was a teenager

2) (Elec) [+ corriente] to transmit
3) (Mús) to transpose
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <personas/mercancías> to transport

transportar algo por aire — to ship something by air

b) <energía/sonido> to transmit

la sangre transporta el oxígeno — oxygen is carried by the blood

2) (embelesar) to mesmerize
2.
transportarse v pron to be transported

se transportó con el pensamiento al pasado — his thoughts took him back o transported him back to the past

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= carry, carry over, haul, transport, cart.
Nota: Generalmente en carro o carreta.
Ex. Cable TV systems have now been introduced in the United States that have the technical ability to carry two-way signals.
Ex. A modem is an electronic device which converts or modulates data coming from a computer into audio tunes which can be carried over normal phone lines and demodulates incoming tones from the phone line into data that can be used by the computer.
Ex. However, he would prefer a binding that will stand up to being stuffed into after-hours book drops and being hauled from one library to another.
Ex. And it takes little imagination to conceive of future combinations and developments to existing systems, not to speak of new and even more sophisticated means of storing, retrieving and transporting information.
Ex. In England, this job fell to the nightmen, who came after dark to cart the city waste into the countryside for fertilizer.
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* caja para transportar libros = book bin.
* ser transportado = be taken away.
* transportar a = take + Nombre + back to.
* transportar en autobús = bus.
* transportar en camión = truck.
* transportar por aire = airlift.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <personas/mercancías> to transport

transportar algo por aire — to ship something by air

b) <energía/sonido> to transmit

la sangre transporta el oxígeno — oxygen is carried by the blood

2) (embelesar) to mesmerize
2.
transportarse v pron to be transported

se transportó con el pensamiento al pasado — his thoughts took him back o transported him back to the past

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= carry, carry over, haul, transport, cart.
Nota: Generalmente en carro o carreta.

Ex: Cable TV systems have now been introduced in the United States that have the technical ability to carry two-way signals.

Ex: A modem is an electronic device which converts or modulates data coming from a computer into audio tunes which can be carried over normal phone lines and demodulates incoming tones from the phone line into data that can be used by the computer.
Ex: However, he would prefer a binding that will stand up to being stuffed into after-hours book drops and being hauled from one library to another.
Ex: And it takes little imagination to conceive of future combinations and developments to existing systems, not to speak of new and even more sophisticated means of storing, retrieving and transporting information.
Ex: In England, this job fell to the nightmen, who came after dark to cart the city waste into the countryside for fertilizer.
* caja para transportar libros = book bin.
* ser transportado = be taken away.
* transportar a = take + Nombre + back to.
* transportar en autobús = bus.
* transportar en camión = truck.
* transportar por aire = airlift.

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transportar [A1 ]
vt
A
1 ‹personas/mercancías› to transport
el buque que transportaba los residuos nucleares the ship which was carrying o transporting the nuclear waste
las cajas fueron transportadas por aire the crates were sent o shipped by air, the crates were airfreighted (AmE)
aromas que me transportan a mi infancia smells which take me back to my childhood
2 ‹energía/sonido› to transmit
la sangre transporta el oxígeno oxygen is carried by the blood
B (embelesar) to mesmerize
transportarse
v pron
to be transported
se transportó con el pensamiento a los años de la guerra his thoughts took him back o transported him back to the war years
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transportar (conjugate transportar) verbo transitivo
a)personas/mercancíasto transport;

transportar algo por aire to ship sth by air

b)energía/sonidoto transmit

transportar verbo transitivo
1 (llevar objetos, personas) to transport: el avión transporta a doscientas personas, the plane carries two hundred people
2 (en barco) to ship
'transportar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acarrear
- llevar
- trasportar
- lechera
English:
carry
- convey
- ferry
- fly
- haul
- insofar
- pipe
- pool
- ship
- transport
- horse
- move
- shuttle
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transportar
vt
1. [trasladar] [mercancías, pasajeros] to transport;
transportaba una maleta en cada mano he was carrying a suitcase in each hand;
esta música me transporta a la infancia this music takes me back to my childhood
2. [embelesar] to captivate
See also the pronominal verb transportarse
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transportar
v/t transport
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transportar vt
1) : to transport, to carry
2) : to transmit
3) : to transpose (music)
See also the reflexive verb transportarse
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transportar vb to transport / to carry [pt. & pp. carried]
los autobuses transportan pasajeros buses carry passengers
los camiones transportan mercancías lorries transport goods

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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