Translation of anunciar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 1.1 [noticia/decisión] to announce, make … public; [lluvias/tormentas] to forecast nos anunció su decisión he informed us of o/or told us of his decision, he announced his decision to us anunció su compromiso matrimonial he announced his engagement el acto está anunciado para esta tarde the ceremony is due to take place this afternoon 1.2 [formal] [persona] to announce ¿a quién tengo el gusto de anunciar? whom do I have the pleasure of announcing? [formal], what name should I say?
- 2 [señal/indicio] to herald [formal], to announce el tintineo de llaves que anunciaba su llegada the jingling of keys which announced his arrival ese cielo gris anuncia tormenta that gray sky heralds o/or presages a storm [literario/literary], that gray sky means there is a storm coming
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (anunciarse)
- 1.1 (prometer ser) (+ complemento/+ complement) la temporada de ópera se anuncia interesante the opera season promises to be interesting el fin de semana se anuncia lluvioso the weekend looks like being wet, it looks as if the weekend will be wet 1.2 (reflexivo/reflexive) [formal] [persona] sírvase anunciarse en recepción [formal] kindly report to reception [formal] siempre se anunciaba dando un timbrazo largo he always announced his arrival by giving a long ring on the doorbell
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