Translation of search in Spanish:
- (records/files)to search one's memory to search one's consciencebuscar ento search something/somebodyexaminar su ( or mi etc) concienciahacerse un examen de conciencia
forsomethingshe searched the attic from top to bottom for the letterswe searched the archives for conclusive evidencerevolvió todo el ático buscando las cartasI searched his face for a glimmer of recognitionexaminamos los archivos en busca de pruebas concluyentesthey searched him for drugsbusqué en su rostro algún indicio de que me reconocíathey searched the woods for the missing childlo cachearon ( or registraron etc) para ver si tenía drogassearch me! [colloquial]registraron el bosque en busca del niño desaparecido¡yo qué sé! [colloquial]Example sentences
- Setting off the alarm at the security check, I was searched much more thoroughly than I'd ever been before.
- The driver was searched by security guards but they did not check inside the lorry, said the newspaper.
- Even I do not pay any attention to the armed guards searching me before I enter any public place.
- I come across you useful site while searching for a hotel near the airport.
- If people come to your site and consistently search for specific keyword phrases, then you know you are not making those keyword phrases obvious to visitors.
- You can search their site for trips with last-minute availability by location, activity, or date, or other criteria.
- we searched everywhereto searchbuscamos or miramos en todas partes
forsomething/somebodythey are searching for a way to …buscar algo/a alguienthey searched (around o about) for the missing ticketestán buscando la manera de …to searchbuscaron la entrada que faltaba por todas partes throughsomethingwe must search through his belongingsshe searched through his papers for his willtenemos que buscar entre sus cosasto searchbuscó su testamento entre sus papeles aftersomething(after wealth/fulfillment)ir en busca de algoperseguir algo [literary]Example sentences
- His lax brown eyes scanned the conveyor belt carefully, searching for a black duffel bag.
- We walked among the shops, searching for anyone who was looking for an apprentice.
- He mounted once more and began to trot among the trees, searching for the source of the noise.
- 1.1 (hunt, quest) See examples:search (
forsomething/somebody) the search for the child continuesafter a fruitless searchcontinúa la búsqueda de la niñawe went in search of a policemantras una búsqueda infructuosathey set off in search of adventurefuimos a buscar un policíawe're in search of new premisespartieron en busca de aventuras1.2 (examination, scrutiny — of building, pockets) body search house search they made a search of the buildingestamos buscando un nuevo localregistraron or (Colombia) (Mexico) esculcaron el edificioExample sentences1.3 (Computing)
(before noun) (time/operation)de búsquedaExample sentences1.4
- After a two-month search of public records in Britain, all leads ran dry.
- She maintains that she did not discover the transfer until 1998 when her lawyer conducted a title search on the property.
- Instruct your solicitor to inspect local and national searches and the title deeds for any onerous covenants, restrictions, etc.
(British English) (Law) (investigación del título de propiedad de un inmueble en el catastro)Example sentences
- We found qualitative studies that focused directly on double standards through our computerized database searches.
- They often asked questions that were too vague or did not lend themselves to keyword searches on the computer databases.
- A computerized search through all relevant databases was also conducted using several combinations of keywords.
- In search of answers, they bolted and ran to alternative practitioners.
- In search of opportunities to fulfil his dreams, he goes away from his caring brother.
- Systematic literature searches were conducted to assess the evidence for and against the effectiveness of kava extract for treating anxiety.
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