Definición de invoke en inglés:

invoke

Saltos de línea: in¦voke
Pronunciación: /ɪnˈvəʊk
 
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verbo

[with object]
  • 2Cite or appeal to (someone or something) as an authority for an action or in support of an argument: the antiquated defence of insanity is rarely invoked in England
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    • Back then the same arguments were used to invoke the people to vote, the same grim scenario of a hardliner-dominated regime who would stifle all the progress made were told and retold again and again.
    • Many of the lefty bloggers have lately been pursuing one of their persuasion's favourite follies: selecting a congenial conclusion and then invoking spurious science to support it.
    • The philosophy of ‘naturalism’ is imposed upon the evidence so that the authority of science is invoked for a secular view of the world.
    Sinónimos
    cite, refer to, adduce, instance; resort to, have recourse to, turn to, call into use, use, put into effect/use
  • 2.1Call earnestly for: she invoked his help against this attack
  • 2.2Give rise to; evoke: how could she explain how the accident happened without invoking his wrath?
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    • It will also be able to add quietly and effectively to its own wealth and to the wealth of its favorite groups, and without incurring the wrath that taxes often invoke.
    Sinónimos
    bring forth, bring on, elicit, induce, cause, kindle, bring out
  • 3 Computing Cause (a procedure) to be carried out.
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    • The only possible operation is to read data when Read-Only Mode is invoked.
    • Can I use a Java application instead of a JSP (JavaServer Page) to invoke a servlet on an application server?
    • This article describes the steps to change the default image editor application, which is invoked from the Windows Picture and Fax Viewer.

Derivativos

invoker

sustantivo
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  • One might have thought that invokers of national security would be alert to the menace.
  • As a connoisseur, he considers himself equal to ‘the great seers, the invokers and encouragers of beauty’.
  • The drama of his stylistic transformation, from explainer to invoker, says something about the oddity and confidence of this poet.

Origen

late 15th century: from French invoquer, from Latin invocare, from in- 'upon' + vocare 'to call'.

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