Translation of recommend in Spanish:
- 1.1 (praise, declare acceptable) the painkiller doctors recommendwould you recommend him for the job?el analgésico que recomiendan los médicoswhat do you recommend?¿lo recomendaría para el puesto?I recommended the play to my parents¿qué (me) recomienda?the play has little/nothing to recommend itles recomendé la obra a mis padresla obra tiene poco/no tiene nada que se pueda recomendarExample sentences1.2 (advise) See examples:to recommend something/
- She was recommended to us by one of her friends, who also minded our children.
- I know the practice has worked for a lot of people, and it was highly recommended to me.
- It is recommended to anyone with an interest in the Second World War or the American Army.
-ingit's not to be recommendedaconsejar or recomendar algo/+ infinitiverecommended dosageno es nada aconsejable or recomendabledosis (feminine) recomendada(on label)recommended pricerecommended readingprecio (masculine) de venta recomendadolecturas (feminine plural) recomendadasExample sentences1.3 (commit) [literary]to recommend something/somebody
- A report recommends members urge the Post Office to keep the branch open saying it provides a vital service for residents who may have problems accessing the main post office in the town centre.
- Now a York Council working party is recommending demolition and suggests the land could be landscaped or used for affordable homes.
- But the report also recommends the abolition of call-out charges for things like chimney fires.
tosomebodyhe recommended his soul to Godencomendar(le) algo/alguien aalguienExample sentences
- His critique of the corporatization of politics has much to recommend it.
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Opus Dei - Latin for "God's Work" - is a Catholic organization founded in Spain in 1928. The Opus became very influential in Spanish society, above all by founding schools and universities. The aim was to create an élite which would spread Christian ideals throughout society. The University of Navarre is one of its foremost institutions.