alien
Noun
1. (formal) 
a. el extranjero(a) (M)la extranjero(a) (F) (foreigner) 
2. (from outer space) 
a. el extraterrestre mf, alienígena (M)la extraterrestre mf, alienígena (F) 
adjective
3. (strange) 
a. extraño(a) 
it was alien to her natureera ajeno a su carácter
4. (from outer space) 
a. extraterrestre, alienígena 
alien [ˈeɪlɪən]
adjective
1 (foreign) extranjero
...what he described as the presence of alien forces in the region
2 (unfamiliar) extraño; ajeno
Alone in an alien culture, he befriended Albertine He found the office a completely alien environment after all his years on the road
alien to ajeno a
The concepts used in quantum physics are quite alien to most people
3 (extraterrestrial) alienígena; extraterrestre
...an alien spaceship/civilization
alien being alienígena (m); extraterrestre (m)
noun
1 (foreigner) extranjeroaextranjera (m) (f);a extranjera
2 (extraterrestrial) alienígena (m); extraterrestre (m)
aliar
transitive verb
1. (naciones) 
a. to ally 
2. (cualidades) 
a. to combine 
aliarse
pronominal verb
3. (general) 
a. to form an alliance 
aliar
transitive verb
to ally; bring into an alliance
pronominal verb
aliarse to form an alliance
aliarse con to ally o.s. with; side with
Verb Conjugations for aliar
Gerund: aliando
Participle: aliado
The irregular conjugations of this verb are in red.
Indicative
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yoalíoaliéaliabaaliaríaaliaré
alíasaliastealiabasaliaríasaliarás
él/ella/Ud.alíaalióaliabaaliaríaaliará
nosotrosaliamosaliamosaliábamosaliaríamosaliaremos
vosotrosaliáisaliasteisaliabaisaliaríaisaliaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.alíanaliaronaliabanaliaríanaliarán
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