Translation of reunir in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 (tener) [cualidades/características] to have los aspirantes deberán reunir los siguientes requisitos … candidates must satisfy o/or meet the following requirements … reúne todas las condiciones necesarias para el cargo he fulfills all the requirements for the position
- 2 (recoger, recolectar) [datos] to gather; [dinero/fondos] to raise ha logrado reunir una colección excepcional de sellos she has managed to build up an impressive stamp collection el volumen reúne varios artículos publicados recientemente por el autor the volume brings together o/or is a collection of several recently published articles by the author primero hay que reunir la información necesaria the first step is to gather together o collect o assemble all the necessary information reunir pruebas contra algn to gather o/or assemble evidence against sb
- 3 [personas] reunió a toda la familia en su casa she got all the family together at her house reunió a los jefes de sección he called a meeting of the heads of department, he called the heads of department together los reunió y les leyó el telegrama he called them together and read them the telegram
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (reunirse)
- [consejo/junta] to meet; [amigos/parientes] to get together hace años que no se reúne toda la familia it's years since the whole family got together se reunieron tras 20 años sin verse they met up again o/or got together again after 20 yearsreunirse
conalgn me reuní con él en Chicago I met up with him in Chicago se va a reunir con los representantes de la compañía en Alemania she's going to meet o have a meeting with o (especialmente inglés norteamericano/especially American English) meet with the company's representatives in Germany
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