There are 2 translations of volunteer in Spanish:

volunteer1

Pronunciation: /ˌvɑːlənˈtɪr; ˌvɒlənˈtɪə(r)/

n

  • voluntario, (masculine, feminine) to call for volunteers pedir* voluntarios any volunteers to clear up the garden? ¿hay algún voluntario para arreglar el jardín? or ¿alguien se ofrece a arreglar el jardín? (before noun/delante del nombre) [organization] de voluntarios volunteer army ejército (masculine) de voluntarios
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    • The organization relies on volunteers to not only work behind the scenes in the office, but to also pick up a hammer and lend a helping hand in the actual construction of the homes.
    • The organization relies on volunteers to pick up donations, unpack donations, pack hampers and work in the food bank on Wednesdays.
    • What started out as bar talk ended up becoming an organization with 4,000 volunteers.

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There are 2 translations of volunteer in Spanish:

volunteer2

vt

  • ofrecer* to volunteer one's services ofrecer* sus ( or mis etc) servicios he's not going to volunteer the information no nos dará la información (de) motu proprio Harry's gone, she volunteered —Harry se ha ido —dijo sin que nadie se lo hubiera preguntado
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    • Today, the committee has 30 drivers who volunteer their help for the meals-on-wheels service.
    • But other southern states volunteering help, like Arkansas and Alabama, are not much better-off than their neighbours.
    • Many thanks also to all who volunteered help during the year both in fundraising and other areas.
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    • You just can't imagine volunteering the information that would kill your friends.
    • Instead, I allowed the witnesses to volunteer any information, impressions or feelings they had about the event and kept my eyes open.
    • What about the problem of silence in order to allow the accused to volunteer information, which is a very common technique of interrogation?

vi

  • ofrecerse* to volunteer to + infinitive/infinitivo ofrecerse* a + infinitive/infinitivo she volunteered to cook dinner se ofreció a hacer la cena he volunteered for the navy [Military/Militar] se alistó como voluntario en la marina
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    • You can also offer your support by volunteering on race day.
    • But these men and women freely volunteered to do what they did, and they were paid, and paid well, for it.
    • Three employees volunteered to stay behind, and they worked long hours.

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Word of the day moto
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Cultural fact of the day

The variety of catalán spoken in the Balearic Islands is called mallorquín. Some people regard it as a separate language from Catalan, which enjoys official status, but it is not officially recognized as such.