ataque


ataque
m.
1 attack (acometida).
¡al ataque! charge!
ataque aéreo air raid
ataque preventivo pre-emptive strike
2 attack (sport).
3 attack.
lanzó duros ataques contra el presidente she launched several harsh attacks on the president
4 fit (acceso).
le dio un ataque de risa he had a fit of the giggles
ataque cardíaco o al corazón heart attack
ataque epiléptico epileptic fit
ataque de nervios attack of nerves
ataque de pánico panic attack
5 stroke.
6 sudden start, pounce.
7 bout, sudden spell of sickness, crisis.
8 breakdown.
pres.subj.
1st person singular (yo) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: atacar.
* * *
ataque
nombre masculino
1 attack
2 MEDICINA fit
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FRASEOLOGÍA
ataque aéreo air raid
ataque de nervios nervous breakdown
* * *
noun m.
attack
- ataque de nervios
* * *
SM
1) (Mil) attack

se dejó expuesto al ataque — he left himself open to attack

un ataque a o contra algo/algn — an attack on sth/sb

lanzar un ataque — to launch an attack

volver al ataque — to return to the attack

pasar al ataque — to go on the offensive

¡al ataque! — charge!

ataque aéreo — air raid, air strike

ataque a superficie — ground attack, ground strike

ataque fingido — sham attack

ataque frontal — frontal attack

ataque por sorpresa — surprise attack

ataque preventivo — pre-emptive strike

ataque suicida — suicide attack

2) (Med) attack

le dio un ataque de tos — he had a coughing fit o a fit of coughing

ataque al corazón, ataque cardíaco — heart attack

ataque cerebral — brain haemorrhage o (EEUU) hemorrhage

ataque de nervios — nervous breakdown

ataque de pánico — panic attack

ataque epiléptico — epileptic fit

ataque fulminante — stroke

3) (=arranque) fit

me entró o dio un ataque de risa — I got a fit of the giggles

cuando se entere le da un ataque — * she'll have a fit when she finds out *

ataque de celos — fit of jealousy

ataque de ira — fit of anger

4) (=crítica) attack

ataque a o contra algo/algn — attack on sth/sb

un duro ataque a o contra la ley electoral — a fierce attack on the electoral law

5) (Dep) attack
* * *
masculino
1)
a) (Dep, Mil) attack

ataque aéreo — air raid

ataque por sorpresa — surprise attack

b) (verbal) attack

lanzó un duro ataque contra el gobierno — he launched a sharp o fierce attack on the government

2) (acceso) fit

un ataque de celos/ira — a fit of jealousy/rage

si la ves te va a dar un ataque de risa — you'll die laughing if you see her (colloq)

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= attack, craze, outbreak, onslaught, gust, assault, bashing, burst, fulmination, swipe.
Ex. The incentive to make library services more relevant to the community became increasingly urgent from the mid-seventies as the attacks on local government finance gathered momentum.
Ex. The interest is not really in the craze itself but in the intense, socially binding effect it has on the individuals in the group.
Ex. This article describes how a sporadic outbreak of mould in this section of the collection was treated with a special cleaning machine.
Ex. Without language we would go bumping around in the dark and eventually take leave of our senses under the welter of the incomprehensible, withdrawing, as some people do, into a closed world in order to protect ourselves against the unbearable onslaught.
Ex. His sudden gust of audacity was quickly extinguished by her words and by her glance.
Ex. Crimes against the person include homicide, rape, assault and robbery.
Ex. The persistent 'U.S. bashing' that goes on here is, however, imprecise and tiresome after a while.
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. Cobbe was the primary target of John Ruskin's well-known fulmination against women who meddle with theology in his book 'Sesame and Lilies'.
Ex. In fact it is an exaltation of the Kyoto protocol and a thinly disguised swipe at those countries who have not signed up.
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* ataque aéreo = raid, air raid, air strike, blitz.
* ataque al corazón = heart attack.
* ataque brutal = vicious attack, brutal attack.
* ataque con mortero = mortar fire.
* ataque contra la seguridad = security attack.
* ataque de ansiedad = panic attack, anxiety attack.
* ataque de asma = asthma attack.
* ataque de cólera = fit of rage, fit of anger.
* ataque de desarticulación = spoiling attack.
* ataque de + Enfermedad = bout of + Enfermedad.
* ataque de furia = fit of rage, fit of anger.
* ataque de histeria = attack of hysterics.
* ataque de nervios = nervous breakdown, attack of hysterics.
* ataque de + Nombre = fit of + Nombre.
* ataque de pánico = panic attack.
* ataque de risa = fit of laughter.
* ataque de tos = coughing fit.
* ataque epiléptico = stroke, epileptic seizure, epileptic fit.
* ataque epilético = seizure.
* ataque matutino = dawn raid.
* ataque nuclear = nuclear attack.
* ataque por sorpresa = surprise attack.
* ataque preventivo = preemptive strike.
* ataque relámpago = hit-and-run attack.
* ataques = slings and arrows.
* ataques de = fevers of, fevers of.
* ataques de cólera = flaming.
* ataque siquiátrico = psychiatric episode.
* ataque sorpresa = surprise attack, sneak attack.
* ataque terrorista = terror attack.
* ataque violento = paroxysm.
* ataque virulento = blistering attack.
* ciberataque = cyberattack.
* dar un ataque de nervios = have + an attack of hysterics.
* defenderse de ataques = ward off + attacks.
* el ataque es la mejor defensa = attack is the best form of defence.
* liderar el ataque = lead + the charge.
* preparar un ataque = mount + attack.
* provocar un ataque = provoke + attack.
* sobrevivir un ataque = survive + attack.
* soportar un ataque = suffer + attack.
* sufrir un ataque = be under attack, be under assault.
* un ataque de = an access of, a shock of.
* * *
masculino
1)
a) (Dep, Mil) attack

ataque aéreo — air raid

ataque por sorpresa — surprise attack

b) (verbal) attack

lanzó un duro ataque contra el gobierno — he launched a sharp o fierce attack on the government

2) (acceso) fit

un ataque de celos/ira — a fit of jealousy/rage

si la ves te va a dar un ataque de risa — you'll die laughing if you see her (colloq)

* * *
= attack, craze, outbreak, onslaught, gust, assault, bashing, burst, fulmination, swipe.

Ex: The incentive to make library services more relevant to the community became increasingly urgent from the mid-seventies as the attacks on local government finance gathered momentum.

Ex: The interest is not really in the craze itself but in the intense, socially binding effect it has on the individuals in the group.
Ex: This article describes how a sporadic outbreak of mould in this section of the collection was treated with a special cleaning machine.
Ex: Without language we would go bumping around in the dark and eventually take leave of our senses under the welter of the incomprehensible, withdrawing, as some people do, into a closed world in order to protect ourselves against the unbearable onslaught.
Ex: His sudden gust of audacity was quickly extinguished by her words and by her glance.
Ex: Crimes against the person include homicide, rape, assault and robbery.
Ex: The persistent 'U.S. bashing' that goes on here is, however, imprecise and tiresome after a while.
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: Cobbe was the primary target of John Ruskin's well-known fulmination against women who meddle with theology in his book 'Sesame and Lilies'.
Ex: In fact it is an exaltation of the Kyoto protocol and a thinly disguised swipe at those countries who have not signed up.
* ataque aéreo = raid, air raid, air strike, blitz.
* ataque al corazón = heart attack.
* ataque brutal = vicious attack, brutal attack.
* ataque con mortero = mortar fire.
* ataque contra la seguridad = security attack.
* ataque de ansiedad = panic attack, anxiety attack.
* ataque de asma = asthma attack.
* ataque de cólera = fit of rage, fit of anger.
* ataque de desarticulación = spoiling attack.
* ataque de + Enfermedad = bout of + Enfermedad.
* ataque de furia = fit of rage, fit of anger.
* ataque de histeria = attack of hysterics.
* ataque de nervios = nervous breakdown, attack of hysterics.
* ataque de + Nombre = fit of + Nombre.
* ataque de pánico = panic attack.
* ataque de risa = fit of laughter.
* ataque de tos = coughing fit.
* ataque epiléptico = stroke, epileptic seizure, epileptic fit.
* ataque epilético = seizure.
* ataque matutino = dawn raid.
* ataque nuclear = nuclear attack.
* ataque por sorpresa = surprise attack.
* ataque preventivo = preemptive strike.
* ataque relámpago = hit-and-run attack.
* ataques = slings and arrows.
* ataques de = fevers of, fevers of.
* ataques de cólera = flaming.
* ataque siquiátrico = psychiatric episode.
* ataque sorpresa = surprise attack, sneak attack.
* ataque terrorista = terror attack.
* ataque violento = paroxysm.
* ataque virulento = blistering attack.
* ciberataque = cyberattack.
* dar un ataque de nervios = have + an attack of hysterics.
* defenderse de ataques = ward off + attacks.
* el ataque es la mejor defensa = attack is the best form of defence.
* liderar el ataque = lead + the charge.
* preparar un ataque = mount + attack.
* provocar un ataque = provoke + attack.
* sobrevivir un ataque = survive + attack.
* soportar un ataque = suffer + attack.
* sufrir un ataque = be under attack, be under assault.
* un ataque de = an access of, a shock of.

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ataque
masculine
A
1 (Dep, Mil) attack
ataque aéreo air raid
ataque por sorpresa surprise attack
ataque en tres frentes three-pronged attack
2 (verbal) attack
la oposición lanzó un duro ataque contra el gobierno the opposition launched a sharp o fierce o harsh attack on the government
interpretó mis críticas como un ataque personal she took my criticisms personally o as a personal attack
B (acceso) fit
un ataque de celos/ira a fit of jealousy/rage
si la ves te va a dar un ataque de risa you'll die laughing if you see her (colloq)
le dio un ataque de llanto he burst into tears
le va a dar un ataque cuando vea esto (fam); he's going to have a fit when he sees this (colloq)
me dio un ataque de rabia al ver tanta injusticia it made me furious o I was enraged to see so much injustice
Compuestos:
ataque cardíaco or al corazón
heart attack
ataque de ansiedad
anxiety attack
ataque de nervios
si ese ruido continúa me va a dar un ataque de nervios if that noise carries on I'm going to have a fit
me da un ataque de nervios cada vez que tengo que hablar en público each time I have to speak in public, I get into a panic
ataque de pánico
panic attack
* * *

Del verbo atacar: (conjugate atacar)

ataqué es:

1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

ataque es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

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

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

Multiple Entries:
atacar    
ataque
atacar (conjugate atacar) verbo transitivo
to attack
ataque sustantivo masculino
1
a) (Dep, Mil) attack;

ataque aéreo air strike

b) (verbal) attack

2 (Med) attack;
ataque de asma asthma attack;

ataque al corazón heart attack;
ataque epiléptico epileptic fit;
me dio un ataque de nervios I got into a panic;
un ataque de risa a fit of hysterics
atacar verbo transitivo to attack, assault
♦ Locuciones: familiar atacar los nervios, to lose one's cool
ataque sustantivo masculino
1 attack, assault
ataque aéreo, air raid
2 Med fit
ataque al corazón, heart attack
ataque de nervios/risa, fit of hysterics/laughter
'ataque' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acceso
- acometida
- borde
- cardiaca
- cardíaca
- cardiaco
- cardíaco
- crisis
- dar
- entrar
- golpe
- histeria
- inicial
- lanzarse
- nervio
- novilunio
- patatús
- repeler
- resistir
- simular
- arrollador
- asalto
- atentado
- crítica
- demoledor
- despiadado
- emprender
- enérgico
- feroz
- frontal
- lanzar
- rechazar
- refugiar
- refugio
- renovar
- salvaje
- simulacro
- soponcio
- sorpresa
English:
access
- aim
- air raid
- appendicitis
- assault
- attack
- barrage
- blitz
- bomb
- bout
- charge
- crack up
- destroy
- DT
- DTs
- fend off
- fierce
- fit
- full-scale
- go
- hysterics
- jealousy
- laughter
- lay
- lightning
- on
- onslaught
- outburst
- repel
- savage
- seizure
- send
- spearhead
- stave off
- stem
- strike
- throw
- turn
- unprovoked
- verge
- ward off
- air
- amok
- bilious
- crack
- drive
- have
- heart
- involvement
- offense
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ataque
ver atacar
nm
1. [acometida] attack;
¡al ataque! charge!
Comp
ataque aéreo [sobre ciudad] air raid; [sobre tropas] air attack; Bolsa ataque especulativo dawn raid;
ataque preventivo pre-emptive strike
2. Dep attack;
una jugada de ataque an attack, an attacking move
3. [crítica] attack;
lanzó duros ataques contra el presidente she launched several harsh attacks on the president
4. [acceso] fit;
en un ataque de celos la mató he killed her in a fit of jealousy;
Fam
como no se calle me va a dar un ataque if he doesn't shut up I'm going to have a fit
Comp
ataque cardíaco heart attack;
ataque al corazón heart attack;
ataque epiléptico epileptic fit;
ataque de nervios attack of hysteria;
ataque de pánico panic attack;
ataque de risa: [m5]le dio un ataque de risa he had a fit of the giggles
5. [de sustancia] corrosive effect
* * *
ataque
m
1 (agresión), DEP attack
2 (acceso) fit;
le dio un ataque de risa she burst out laughing
* * *
ataque nm
1) : attack, assault
2) : fit
ataque de risa: fit of laughter
3)
ataque de nervios : nervous breakdown
4)
ataque cardíaco or
ataque al corazón : heart attack
* * *
ataque n
1. (contra alguien o algo) attack
un ataque militar a military attack
un ataque al corazón a heart attack
2. (de tos, risa, etc) fit
ataque de tos coughing fit
ataque de risa fit of giggles
ataque de nervios nervous breakdown

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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