"alien" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

alien
[ˈeɪlɪən]
sustantivo
1. extranjero(a) (sustantivo masculino o femenino) (Formal) (foreigner)
2. extraterrestre (mf) alienígena (sustantivo masculino) (from outer space)
adjetivo
3. extraño(a) (strange)
  • it was alien to her nature -> era ajeno a su carácter
4. extraterrestre, alienígena (from outer space)

alien [éi-lian]
adjetivo
1. Ajeno, extraño; forastero, extranjero; discorde, contrario.
sustantivo
1. Extranjero, forastero.
va. V. ALIENATE.

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)

Verb Conjugations for "alien" (go to el extranjero; ajeno)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I alien I aliened I will alien
you alien you aliened you will alien
he/she aliens he/she aliened he/she will alien
we alien we aliened we will alien
you alien you aliened you will alien
they alien they aliened they will alien
Complete alien conjugation >
"alien" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

aliar
transitive verb
1. to ally (naciones)(con with); to combine (cualidades)
aliarse
pronomial verb
1. to form an alliance (con with) (cualidades)

aliar [ah-le-ahr]
1. va.
2. -vr.
To ally, to bring into alliance. To become allied.

aliar
verbo:transitivo
to ally; bring into an alliance
verbo:pronominal
aliarse to form an alliance
aliarse con to ally o.s. with; side with

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