Definición de confer en inglés:

confer

Saltos de línea: con¦fer
Pronunciación: /kənˈfəː
 
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verbo (confers, conferring, conferred)

1 [with object] Grant (a title, degree, benefit, or right): the Minister may have exceeded the powers conferred on him by Parliament
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  • Finally, has any valuable benefit been conferred on either party?
  • Chief among these is the question of whether any benefits were conferred on the generous donors.
  • The ceremony in which SFU will confer the honorary degrees, will be held on the last day of the Dalai Lama's visit.
Sinónimos
bestow on, present with/to, grant to, award to, decorate with, honour with, give to, give out to, gift with, endow with, vest in, hand out to, extend to, vouchsafe to, accord to
2 [no object] Have discussions; exchange opinions: the officials were conferring with allies
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There on the road, the woman is conferring with Henry.
  • ‘After conferring with my colleagues, several of them asked me to run for chair,’ he said.
  • After conferring with flight controllers and three doctors who happened to be on board, the pilot decided to land in Newfoundland's capital.
Sinónimos
consult, have discussions, discuss things, exchange views, talk, have a talk, speak, converse, communicate, have a chat, have a tête-à-tête; negotiate, have negotiations, have talks, parley, palaver
informal have a confab, chew the fat/rag, jaw, rap, powwow
formal confabulate

Origen

late Middle English (in the general sense 'bring together', also in sense 2): from Latin conferre, from con- 'together' + ferre 'bring'.

Derivativos

conferment

sustantivo
sense 1.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But there are those who are hell-bent upon ensuring he is given perhaps even more credit than he deserves and I have a feeling the conferment of this honour won't be the last.
  • It was the conferment of the Honorary Freedom of the Borough.
  • The conferment of names upon space is one way in which space becomes place.

conferrable

adjetivo
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  • Blood lines have a beguiling authority not conferrable by votes of the city council.
  • Although some authors allege otherwise, moral status is not conferrable by persons on nonpersons; it either is or isn't present in a subject, regardless of whether others recognize it.

conferral

sustantivo
sense 1.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Colleges try to lure the media to conferrals by having headline names.
  • The Law Council does not accept such arguments and is vigorously opposed to the conferral on the prosecutorial authorities of such sweeping and arbitrary powers in the characterisation of offences and laying of charges.
  • ‘The convention requires the conferral of prisoner of war status unless a competent tribunal decides otherwise,’ the jurists' commission said.

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