transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 [organism/nerves/circulation] estimularMore example sentences1.2 [person] estimular; [interest/curiosity] despertar*, estimular; [debate] fomentar, estimular to stimulate sb to +
- Intrauterine devices work primarily as a foreign body stimulating the immune system into producing an excess of leukocytes and prostaglandins.
- Together, all of these treatments are supposed to cleanse your body and stimulate your immune system.
- The cause of migraine is not fully understood but involves the balance between the body processes that stimulate the nervous system and those that relax it.
infinitive/infinitivoestimular or alentar* a algn para que+ subjunctive/subjuntivoMore example sentences
More example sentences1.3 [investment/sales/demand] estimular, potenciar, promover*
- This enthusiasm stimulates the interest of the reader.
- Her infectious enthusiasm and personal encouragement stimulated many younger scientists to work in the field.
- The unexpected discovery of this cycle has stimulated much interest in the field as well as in the popular press.
- The industry suggests a number of changes, which it said would contribute towards stimulating economic growth and development.
- The ECB policy of cutting rates was and is designed to stimulate economic growth.
- For many species, GA 3 produced by developing seeds stimulates the growth and maturation of that fruit.
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