There are 2 translations of founder in Spanish:

founder1

Pronunciation: /ˈfaʊndər; ˈfaʊndə(r)/

n

  • fundador, -dora (m,f) (before n) founder member (BrE) (socio (m)) fundador (m), (socia (f)) fundadora (f)

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There are 2 translations of founder in Spanish:

founder2

vi

  • 1 1.1 (sink) [ship] hundirse, zozobrar, irse* a pique
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    • That the Prime Minister's ship almost foundered on that ‘rock’ appears to have made little difference.
    • The subject is an Afro-Brazilian sailor who saved many lives when his ship foundered along the coast of Brazil.
    • Rather than asking why the ship foundered, Howell investigates how this maritime disaster acquired wider cultural and social significance in the years before World War I.
    1.2 (fail) [plan/project] irse* a pique, zozobrar
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    • Nothing, of course, came of this, as his proposals foundered on the rock-like conservatism of his profession.
    • Although several individuals had been keen to buy the house, their plans always foundered when he questioned whether they had the financial resources to carry the project through.
    • This plan foundered more through the sheer impracticability of the proposals than obstruction by officials.
  • 2 [horse] dar* un traspié
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    • My mother was an orphan hedgewitch, healer, and midwife of small means until one of my father's horses foundered nearly on her doorstep.
    • Only a few months later, the handsome sorrel foundered and his bid for a World Championship ended.
    • The pony, who is locked up so he won't founder, started galloping up and down the fenceline when I switched on the light.
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    • Don't feed straight corn, because goats will founder and have hoof problems, Finch advised.
    • Keep donkeys off the sweet feed and grain, as they can founder and develop laminitis just as horses do.
    • Recently, he foundered in his left fore, which was very acute.

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Word of the day cerviz
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nape of the neck …