Translation of someter in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 1.1 (dominar) un puñado de hombres logró someter a todo el país a handful of men managed to subjugate o/or conquer the whole country fue necesario usar la fuerza para someterlo they had to use force to subdue him 1.2 (subordinar) los sometió a su autoridad he forced them to submit to o/or yield to his authority, he imposed his authority on them quieren someter nuestros intereses a los de una multinacional they are trying to subordinate our interests to those of a multinational, they are trying to put the interests of a multinational before ours
- 2 2.1 (a torturas, presiones) to subject lo sometieron a un exhaustivo interrogatorio they subjected him to a thorough interrogation 2.2 (a un tratamiento) fue sometido a una intervención quirúrgica he underwent o/or had surgery, he underwent o/or had an operation, he was operated on 2.3 (a una prueba) to subject someten los productos a pruebas de calidad the products are subjected to o/or undergo quality control tests el avión fue sometido a una minuciosa revisión the aircraft was given a thorough overhaul 2.4 (a una votación) el acuerdo está sometido a la aprobación del Parlamento the agreement is subject to the approval of Parliament el proyecto de ley será sometido a votación the bill will be put to the vote o/or will be voted on la propuesta será sometida a la aprobación de los socios the proposal will be submitted to o presented to o put before the members for approval
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (someterse)
- 1.1 (a una autoridad) no me someteré a la autoridad de este comité I shall not submit to o/or yield to the authority of this committee no te sometas a sus caprichos don't bow to o/or give in to his whims los extranjeros deben someterse a las leyes del país foreigners must comply with the laws of the country 1.2 (a una prueba) tendrá que someterse a un examen médico you will have to undergo o/or have a medical examination
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An estanco is an establishment selling tobacco, stamps, bus and subway passes and other products whose sale is restricted. Cigarettes etc are sold in bars and cafés but at higher prices. Estancos also sell stationery and sometimes newspapers.