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ver 1

masculine noun

  • 1 (aspecto) aún está de buen ver
    he's still good-looking or attractive
    he still looks good
    no es de mal ver
    she's not bad-looking
  • 2 (opinión) a mi/su ver
    in my/his view
    as I see/he sees it
Example sentences
  • Hace de treinta a cuarenta años ofrecían esos mismos veres, todavía más apretados.
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ver 2

transitive verb

  • 4a ver, (vamos) a ver ¿de qué se trata?
    OK or all right or well, now, what's the problem?
    a ver, el fórceps, rápido
    give me the forceps, quickly
    aquí está en el periódico — ¿a ver?
    it's here in the newspaper — let's see
    ¿a ver qué tienes ahí?
    let me see or show me what you've got there
    what have you got there?
    aprieta el botón a ver qué pasa
    press the button and let's see what happens
    a ver si me entienden
    (justificando) don't get me wrong
    (explicando) let me make myself clear
    a ver si arreglas esa lámpara
    when are you going to fix that light?
    a ver si escribes pronto
    write soon
    make sure you write soon
    ¡cállate, a ver si alguien te oye! ¡a ver si ahora se cree que se lo robé yo!
    I hope he doesn't think that I stole it!
    a ver cuándo vienes a visitarnos
    come and see us soon/one of these days
    ¡a ver! (Central America) (Colombia) (al contestar el teléfono)
    hello?
  • 7 (visitar, entrevistarse con) es mejor que vea a su propio médico
    it's better if you go to or see your own doctor
    hace tiempo que no lo veo
    I haven't seen him for some time
    ¡cuánto tiempo sin verte!
    I haven't seen you for ages!
    long time, no see [colloquial]
    aún no he ido a ver a la abuela
    I still haven't been to see or visit grandmother
    ahora que vive lejos lo vemos menos
    we don't see so much of him now that he lives so far away
  • 9tener … que ver, eso no tiene nada que ver con lo que estamos discutiendo
    that has nothing to do with what we are discussing
    es muy joven — ¿y eso qué tiene que ver?
    he's very young — and what does that have to do with it?
    no tengo nada que ver con esa compañía
    I have nothing to do with that company
    I have no connection with that company
    ¿tuviste algo que ver en ese asunto?
    did you have anything to do with or any connection with that business?
    were you involved in that business?
    ¿qué tiene que ver que sea sábado?
    what difference does it make that it's Saturday?
    ¿tendrán algo que ver con los Icasuriaga de Zamora?
    are they related in any way to the Icasuriagas from Zamora?

intransitive verb

also: verse pronominal verb

  • 1 (reflexivo) 1.1 (percibirse)
    to see oneself
    ¿te quieres ver en el espejo?
    do you want to see yourself or look at yourself in the mirror?
    se vio reflejado en el agua
    he saw his reflection in the water
    1.2 (imaginarse)
    to see oneself
    ¿tú te ves viviendo allí?
    can you see yourself living there?
  • 2 2.1 (hallarse) (+ complemento)
    to find oneself
    me vi obligado a despedirlo
    I was obliged to dismiss him
    I had no choice but to dismiss him
    se vio en la necesidad de pedir dinero prestado
    he found himself having to borrow money
    me vi en un aprieto
    I found myself in a tight spot
    vérselas venir [colloquial], me las veía venir por eso tomé precauciones
    I saw it coming so I took precautions
    vérselas y deseárselas, me las vi y me las deseé estudiando y trabajando durante cinco años
    it was really tough or hard or it was a real struggle studying and working for five years
    verse venir algo
    to see something coming
    2.2 [formal] (ser) este problema se ha visto agravado por …
    this problem has been made worse by …
    las cifras se ven aumentadas al final del verano
    the figures rise at the end of the summer
    el país se verá beneficiado con este acuerdo
    the country will benefit from this agreement
Example sentences
  • En la ventanilla de la derecha ahora veo una estrella.
  • El final lo veo venir, no es del todo bueno que digamos.
  • Eso era de esperar y se veía venir de lejos.
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