Translation of concretar in English:
- 1 1.1 (concertar) concretar los términos del contrato1.2 (precisar, definir) See examples: no fue capaz de concretar lo que quiere hacerto agree on the terms of the contracthablamos mucho y largo, pero no concretamos nadahe was unable to be specific about o define exactly what he wants to do1.3 (materializar)we talked a great deal, but we didn't settle on anything definite o decide anything concrete o specific(sueños)nunca concretó su donación (Chile)make … come truehis donation never materialized
also: concretarse verbo pronominal
- (cambios/hechos/amenazas)to become a reality(sueños)to be realizedcome true(esperanzas)sus ideas se concretan plásticamente en los bronces expuestosto be realized o fulfilled*la reunión con ella nunca llegó a concretarseher ideas are given concrete representation in the bronzes on showla ayuda que nos habían prometido nunca llegó a concretarsethe meeting with her never took place o happenedthe help they had promised us never materialized o was never forthcoming
- Reiteró que se deben concretar alianzas, para afianzar el trabajo.
- Han logrado concretar ofrecimientos de los gobiernos de turno.
- Y las que intentaron impactar, no terminaron de concretar.
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