Definición de hover en inglés:

hover

Silabificación: hov·er
Pronunciación: /ˈhəvər
 
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verbo

[no object]
  • 1Remain in one place in the air: army helicopters hovered overhead
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    • Overhead, a helicopter hovers at such a low height that it only just clears the occasional overpass bridges that appear.
    • Sumner compared it to the difference between a helicopter passing overhead or hovering.
    • Overhead 10 helicopters hovered, cameramen and photographers ready to shoot the action.
    Sinónimos
  • 1.1Remain poised uncertainly in one place or between two states: her hand hovered over the console his expression hovered between cynicism and puzzlement
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    • Leanne's hand hovered over a large, blue button on her console, preparing to press it.
    • The ice storm hovered over the Ontario and Quebec area until Jan. 14.
    • Thick, low clouds hovered over Jay's house like fists ready to strike.
  • 1.2(Of a person) wait or linger close at hand in a tentative or uncertain manner: she hovered anxiously in the background
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    • So he hovered close and waited, and in the middle of the third week, his vigilance paid off.
    • As I stammered my way to buying a bag of apples, and my classmates donned other wacky guises, Ralph hovered close by to cast a critical eye and ear over our performances.
    • We hover close enough that I can see the matted clumps in the bear's shaggy, pale brown coat.
    Sinónimos
    linger, loiter, wait (around)
    informal hang around/about, stick around
  • 1.3Remain at or near a particular level: inflation will hover around the 4 percent mark
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    • With fuel prices hovering near record high levels, can any carrier turn a profit?
    • The CDC reported deaths as a whole from influenza hovering near epidemic levels.
    • Gas prices continue to hover near record levels, but if you think you're paying too much at the pump that may be the least of your worries.

sustantivo

[in singular] Volver al principio  
  • An act of remaining in the air in one place.
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    • Parental activity near the nest varied in that the frequency of parental passes and hovers within 1 m of the nest opening increased in the period before fledging.
    • "That is quite unusual," he said, "for an aircraft sitting in a hover."
    • When I first began flying helicopters I was sometimes overwhelmed with the amount of workload needed to maintain control of a helicopter during a hover.

Derivativos

hoverer

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But more than that - it's given the hoverers, the aboriginal people and their children, somewhere to go.
  • Some experts are saying that parents have gone too far and are becoming hoverers, lambasting their kids' behaviors at daycare (as seen on a webcam) or on a test score (posted online).
  • I was definitely a hoverer.

Origen

late Middle English: from archaic hove 'hover, linger', of unknown origin.

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