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

collect
[kəˈlekt]
verbo transitivo
1. coleccionar (as pastime) (stamps, books)
2. reunir, juntar (gather) (supporters, belongings); recoger, reunir (data, news); recaudar (taxes)
  • I'll collect you at midday -> te recogeré al mediodía
3. (compose)
  • she collected her thoughts -> puso en orden sus ideas
  • to collect oneself -> concentrarse
verbo intransitivo
4. reunirse (people); acumularse (things)
adjetivo
también:
  • collect call -> llamada (f) or (Estados Unidos) llamado (m) a cobro revertido (Am)
adverbio
también:
  • to call somebody collect -> llamar or (Estados Unidos) hablar a alguien a cobro revertido (Am)

collect [ko-lekt]
1. Recoger, juntar; coleccionar (plantas, libros, insectos, moneda
sustantivo
2. (as hobby).
  • We’re collecting old clothes for charity -> estamos juntando ropa usada para una obra benéfica
  • We collected (up) our belongings -> recogimos nuestras cosas
3. Sumar, juntar muchos números para saber cuánto componen. (Coloquial)
4. Cobrar (obtain payment/rent, fine, subscription); recaudar (taxes).
5. Colegir, inferir, deducir. (Desusado)
  • To collect himself -> volver en sí; sosegarse, reponerse, reposarse
6. Recoger (fetch, pick up) They collect the garbage every Monday, todos los lunes pasan a recoger la basura.
  • She collects her from school every day -> la recoge del colegio, o la va a buscar al colegio todos los días
  • Give me some time to collect my thoughts -> déjame pensar un momento (put in order)
verbo neutro (intransitivo)
7. Congregarse, reunirse (gather, assemble/people); acumularse, juntarse (accumulate/dust, water). (n)
8. Recaudar dinero, hacer una colecta (solicit contributions). (n)
va. Reunir, recopilar (gather together/information, evidence, data). Acumular, juntar (attract, accumulate, dust).(Coloq.) Sacarse, ganarse (earn).
sustantivo
1. Colecta, oración breve.
adjetivo & adverbio
1. A cobro revertido, por cobrar (call, cable).

collect [kəˈlekt]
verb:transitive
1 (assemble) reunir; juntar; [+facts, documents] recopilar; reunir; (collect in) recoger
the teacher collected the exercise books el maestro recogió los cuadernos; to collect o.s. or one's thoughts reponerse; recobrar el dominio de uno mismo
the collected works of Shakespeare
2 (as hobby) [+stamps, valuables] coleccionar
3 (call for, pick up) [+person] recoger; pasar por; (LAm) [+post, rubbish] recoger; [+books] coger; recoger; [+subscriptions, rent] cobrar; [+taxes] recaudar; [+ticket] recoger
I'll collect you at eight vengo a recogerte a las ocho; their mother collects them from school su madre los recoge del colegio; su madre los pasa a buscar por el colegio; I'll go and collect the mail voy por el correo
4 (gather) [+dust, water] acumular; retener
verb:intransitive
1 (gather) [+people] reunirse; congregarse; [+water] estancarse; [+dust] acumularse
2 (collect money) hacer una colecta
I'm collecting for UNICEF estoy haciendo una colecta para la UNICEF; to collect for charity recaudar or recolectar fondos con fines benéficos
3 (pick up)
collect on delivery (US) contra reembolso
adverb
to call collect (US) (Telec) llamar a cobro revertido
modifier
collect call (n) (US) llamada (f) a cobro revertido

Verb Conjugations for "collect" (go to coleccionar; recoger)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I collect I collected I will collect
you collect you collected you will collect
he/she collects he/she collected he/she will collect
we collect we collected we will collect
you collect you collected you will collect
they collect they collected they will collect
Complete collect conjugation >
Search History

Did you find an answer to your question? Yes | No

Download our free app
Connect with SpanishDict
Comentarios