Translation of asociar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- [ideas/palabras] to associate asociar algo/a algn
conalgo/algn to associate sth/sb withsth/sb asociaba aquel lugar con su niñez/su madre he associated that place with his childhood/his mother no logro asociarla con nada I can't place her, I can't think where I know her from
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (asociarse)
- 1.1 [empresas/comerciantes] to collaborate asociarse
conalgn to go into partnership withsb se asoció con su cuñado para montar el negocio he went into partnership with his brother-in-law to start the business 1.2 [hechos/factores] to combine 1.3 (a un grupo, club) asociarse aalgo to become a member ofsth se asoció a un grupo ecologista he became a member of o/or joined an ecologist group 1.4 (a una idea, un sentimiento)asociarse aalgo nos asociamos al duelo nacional we share in the nation's grief me asocio a lo expresado por mi colega I agree with o/or [formal] concur with the views expressed by my colleague
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