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Translation of anunciar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: anunciarse verbo pronominal

  • 1.1 (prometer ser) (+ complemento) 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) [formal] (persona) sírvase anunciarse en recepción [formal]
    kindly report to reception
    siempre se anunciaba dando un timbrazo largo
    he always announced his arrival by giving a long ring on the doorbell
Example sentences
  • Que para hoy se debe anunciar una importante captura en materia de narcotráfico.
  • Desde ya anunció que estos días habrá mayor presencia del sol que la semana pasada.
  • Nuevo ministro de Economía anuncia impulso a la inversión social productiva.

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