Anticipar in English | Spanish to English Translation and Dictionary
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anticipar
transitive verb
1. to anticipate (prever)
2. to bring forward (adelantar)
3. to pay in advance (pago)
4. (información)
  • no te puedo anticipar nada I can't tell you anything just now
anticiparse
pronominal verb
1. to arrive early (suceder antes)
  • se anticipó a su tiempo he was ahead of his time
2. (adelantarse)
  • anticiparse a alguien to beat somebody to it
anticipar
transitive verb
1 [+fecha, acontecimiento] to bring forward
anticiparon las vacaciones they took their holiday early; no anticipemos los acontecimientos let's not cross our bridges before we come to them; let's not get ahead of ourselves
2 [+factura etc] to pay in advance; [+dinero] to advance; lend; loan
3
anticipar algo con placer (esperar) to look forward to sth; anticipar las gracias a algn (adelantar) to thank sb in advance
4 (prever) to anticipate; foresee
anticipar que ... to anticipate that ...
pronominal verb
anticiparse
1 [+acontecimiento] to take place early
2
anticiparse a un acontecimiento to anticipate an event; anticiparse a algn to beat sb to it; usted se ha anticipado a mis deseos you have anticipated my wishes; anticiparse a hacer algo to do sth ahead of time; do sth before the proper time; anticiparse a una época to be ahead of one's time
Verb Conjugations for anticipar
Gerund: anticipando
Participle: anticipado
Indicative
PresentPreteritImperfectConditionalFuture
yoanticipoanticipéanticipabaanticiparíaanticiparé
anticipasanticipasteanticipabasanticiparíasanticiparás
él/ella/Ud.anticipaanticipóanticipabaanticiparíaanticipará
nosotrosanticipamosanticipamosanticipábamosanticiparíamosanticiparemos
vosotrosanticipáisanticipasteisanticipabaisanticiparíaisanticiparéis
ellos/ellas/Uds.anticipananticiparonanticipabananticiparíananticiparán
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