Translation of mostrar in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1.1 (enseñar, indicar) to show todavía no me has mostrado las fotos you still haven't shown me the photographs ¿me podría mostrar esa blusa roja? could I see o/or could you show me that red blouse? les mostró el camino que debían seguir he showed them which way to go, he pointed the route out to them muéstrame cómo funciona show me how it works 1.2 [interés/entusiasmo] to show, display [formal] mostró su preocupación por la publicidad que se le había dado al caso he showed concern at the publicity the case had received
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (mostrarse)
- (+ complemento/+ complement) se mostró muy atento con nosotros he looked after us very well, he showed us great kindness [formal] se mostró muy contento he was very happy se mostraron partidarios de la propuesta they expressed support for the proposal nunca se ha mostrado agresivo con él she's never displayed o/or shown any aggression toward(s) him, she's never been at all aggressive (in her behavior) toward(s) him
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