Hay 2 traducciones de rest en español:

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Pronunciación: /rest/

n

  • 1 1.1 countable/numerable (break) descanso (masculine) to have a rest tomarse un descansorest from sth we went to the country for a rest from city life fuimos al campo para descansar de la vida de ciudad I need a rest from cooking necesito descansar de la cocina to give sth a rest [colloquial/familiar] dejar de hacer algo I wish he'd give the self-pity a rest ojalá dejara de autoconmiserarse give it a rest! ¡basta ya!, ¡cambia de disco! [colloquial/familiar] 1.2 uncountable/no numerable (relaxation) descanso (m), reposo (m) Sunday is my day of rest el domingo es mi día de descanso or de reposo try to get some/a good night's rest trata de descansar un poco/de dormir bien esta noche those children give me no rest esos niños no me dan tregua or respiro to lay sb to rest [euphemistic/eufemístico] enterrar* or [formal] dar* sepultura a algn to lay sth to rest enterrar* algo (before noun/delante del nombre) [day/period] de descanso
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    • We cannot afford the luxury of cooling off periods, rests or breaks.
    • Power was exhaustible and requires to be replenished by periods of rests.
    • By the end of last year, he had nothing left in the tank, and he was planning a complete rest until he felt the urge to pick up a racquet.
  • 2 uncountable/no numerable (motionlessness) reposo (masculine) a body at rest un cuerpo en reposo to come to rest detenerse* his eyes came to rest on the letter sus ojos se posaron sobre la carta [literary/literario]
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    • Each atom has an unchanging shape and size and a changeable degree of motion or rest.
    • In the beginning in his omnipotence he created matter, along with its motion and rest.
    • The three other rooms in the exhibition are devoted to food and drink, sleep and wakefulness, and motion and rest.
  • 3 countable/numerable 3.1 (in billiards) soporte (m), diablo (m) 3.2 (support) apoyo (masculine)
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    • Traditionally when a player uses the rest, the player's hands are quite close together.
    • I was busy laughing at him as he was having to use all the furniture (extended cue, extended rest etc).
    • Protect your furniture and your cues with this beautiful Luxury Leather Cue Rest with moveable arms and protective feet.
  • 4 countable/numerable 4.1 [Music/Música] silencio (masculine) 4.2 (in poetry) pausa (feminine)
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    • The second striking point was the way the rests and pauses were manipulated and utilised to characterise the entire performance.
    • The measure of five syllables is almost always inconvenient in utterance and should be broken up, by a rest, into two portions.
    • The verse is clearly to be read aloud as three beats followed by a rest, followed by three more beats, followed by a rest — and therefore as two tetrameters in a row, each of which has its fourth beat silent.
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    • The clefs, rests, and expression marks such as slurs and phrasing, even the thickness of the staves, make up a complex pictorial and typographical unity.
    • As he progresses, he will also learn to distinguish various musical expressions such as time signature, rests, and tempo.
    • Long drawn lines interspersed amid the text act as scripted silences, musical rests.
  • 5 uncountable/no numerable (remainder) the rest the rest of the money is mine el resto del dinero es mío, el dinero restante es mío the rest of them have finished los demás han terminado the rest of the children los demás niños, los otros niños the rest of the world/time/class el resto del mundo/del tiempo/de la clase we decided on the dates and the travel agent did the rest nosotros escogimos las fechas y el agente de viajes se encargó del resto or de lo demás and all the rest of it y todo eso, etcétera, etcétera I kept one photo and sent the rest to my sister me quedé con una foto y el resto se lo mandé or las demás se las mandé a mi hermana he'll have to pay like the rest of us va a tener que pagar como todos los demás

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Palabra del día ampolla
f
blister …
HECHO CULTURAL

The Lotería Nacional is a Spanish state-run lottery founded in 1812. There is an

Hay 2 traducciones de rest en español:

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vi

  • 1 1.1 (relax) descansar don't disturb him: he's resting no lo molestes, que está descansando he could not rest until he knew she was safe no se tranquilizó hasta saber que estaba a salvo to rest easy estar* tranquilo since the Broadway show I've been resting [Theater/Teatro] desde la actuación en Broadway no he trabajado
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    • You should return to dry land rested, relaxed and restored.
    • He agreed to stay at the castle to be waited upon hand and foot and to rest up for their return to the Tower.
    • The purpose of the holiday at the end of the year is to rest up and chill out after a busy competitive season.
    1.2 (lie buried) [literary/literario] descansar [literary/literario] may she rest in peace que en paz descanse
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    • His body rests in the King George VI Memorial Chapel, a small chantry chapel adjoining the north choir aisle and only completed in 1969.
    • The body rests among greenery, a symbol of life and rejuvenation.
    • Isis looked long at the sarcophagus, if the legends were true the body of Osiris rested in the stone structure in front of her.
  • 2 2.1 (be supported)to rest on sth his head rested on my shoulder tenía la cabeza recostada en or apoyada sobre mi hombro her hand resting on the Bible con la mano sobre la Biblia the structure rests on eight massive pillars la estructura descansa sobre ocho columnas gigantescas a heavy responsibility rests on him una gran responsabilidad pesa sobre sus hombrosto rest against sth the broom was resting against the wall la escoba estaba apoyada contra la pared 2.2 (be based, depend) to rest on sth [argument/theory] estar* basado or basarse en algo, descansar sobre algo now everything rests on their goodwill ahora todo depende de su buena voluntad
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    • The revenue base for this system rests upon a simple proposition - that consumers have no close substitute for the use of the land - based, wireline, circuit - switched, telephone system.
    • Thus the moral/legal element in scripture (the halacha) rests upon a narrative base (the agada).
    • Our current knowledge base rests on small studies and special surveillance systems, with a few examples of survey data.
    2.3 (stop) to rest on sth/sb [eyes/gaze] detenerse* or [literary/literario] posarse sobre algo/algn
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    • I think that the matter might have rested there if it were not for the fact that many schools, and their teachers and students, felt cheated.
    • After all, surely this organisation could put the matter to rest once and for all.
    • So far as the Newsletter is concerned, I think it is probably best to let the matter rest for the time being.
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    • Emmanuel looked around the room and caught sight of the pistols; his eyes rested on the weapons, and he pointed to them.
    • Luke said with a frown, his blue eyes finally resting on the table in front of him.
    • He scanned the bushes and his eyes rested upon a wisp of red at the base of a bush.
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    • For all other rifle events in the standing position, the rifle rests against the shoulder and the left arm can be supported on the chest or hip.
    • He didn't rise when Hunter entered; he stayed in the cross legged position, his hands resting comfortably on his knees.
    • Start from an almost flat position with hands resting behind head and elbows out to the sides.
  • 3 3.1 (remain) rest assured that … quédese tranquilo or no se preocupe, que …, tenga la seguridad de que … let the matter rest mejor no decir ( or hacer etc) nada más it would have rested there if … eso habría sido todo or el asunto habría quedado ahí si … 3.2 (be responsibility of) to rest with sb [responsibility] recaer* sobre algn it rests with us to decide la decisión es responsabilidad nuestra, nos corresponde a nosotros decidir
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    • The ultimate responsibility rests with those who refuse to change racist structures and policies.
    • Ultimate responsibility rests with the board, which was doubled from six members to 12.
    • The ultimate responsibility for screening newborns rests with the attending physician.
    3.3 [Law/Derecho] the prosecution/defense rests ha terminado el alegato del fiscal/de la defensa
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    • Prosecution rested, you rested and the jury went out and came back.
    • The District Attorney said last week that the prosecution would rest today.
    • Both the defence and prosecution rested in the fifth day of the trial after Jones testified against him for a second time.

vt

  • 1 (relax) descansar I stopped for a while to rest my feet/eyes paré un rato para descansar los pies/ojos we stopped to rest the horses paramos para que descansaran los caballos God rest his soul que Dios lo tenga en su gloria, que en paz descanse case1 5
  • 2 2.1 (place for support) apoyar to rest sth on/against sth apoyar algo en or sobre/contra algo 2.2 (let linger) [literary/literario] to rest one's eyes/gaze on sb/sth posar los ojos/la mirada en or sobre algn/algo [literary/literario]
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • He adjusted his position to rest his arm against the chair beside him and motioned toward her.
    • I then lay my arms out on the table, next to her elbows and rested my cheek against hers.
    • He turned slightly to face her, resting his arm and elbow upon the back of the bench.

Verbos con partícula

rest up

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio (American English/inglés norteamericano)

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Palabra del día ampolla
f
blister …
HECHO CULTURAL

The Lotería Nacional is a Spanish state-run lottery founded in 1812. There is an