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

land
[lænd]
sustantivo
1. tierra (f) (in general)
  • on land -> en tierra
  • to live off the land -> vivir de la tierra
  • he came from a distant land (Literary) -> venía de una tierra lejana
  • he's still in the land of the living -> todavía está en el reino de los vivos
  • land forces (militar) -> ejército (m) de tierra
  • land line -> teléfono (m) fijo (telephone)
  • land reform -> reforma (f) agraria
2. tierras (fpl) terrenos mpl (property)
  • get off my land! -> ¡fuera de mi propiedad!
  • land registry (office) -> registro (m) de la propiedad
verbo transitivo
3. desembarcar (passengers); descargar (cargo)
4. hacer aterrizar (plane)
5. capturar (fish)
  • he's just landed a good job (familiar) -> acaba de conseguir un buen trabajo
  • that will land you in prison (familiar) -> eso hará que des con tus huesos en la cárcel
  • he was landed with the problem (familiar) -> le endosaron el problema
6. (familiar) (hit)
  • I landed him one -> le di or aticé un buen tortazo (español de España)
verbo intransitivo
7. aterrizar, tomar tierra (aircraft, pilot)
  • we landed in New York -> aterrizamos en Nueva York
8. caer (gymnast, somebody falling)
  • to land on one's feet (sentido figurado) -> caer de pie

land [lænd] [land]
sustantivo
1. Tierra, en contraposición al agua; la porción sólida de nuestro globo.
2. Terreno, sitio de nuestro globo.
3. Terreno, sitio o espacio de tierra.
4. Suelo, terruño; bienes raíces, hacienda.
5. País, región, reino, provincia, territorio considerado como habitación del hombre; nación.
  • Native land -> patria
6. Continente.
  • To travel by land -> viajar por tierra
  • To go on land -> tomar tierra, ir a tierra, desembarcar
  • Dry land -> tierra firme
  • Law of the land -> ley nacional
  • Arable land -> tierra labrantía o de labranza
  • To make (the) land -> descubrir tierra, acercar la nave a la costa
  • T -> see how the land lies, sondar el terreno
  • To know how the land lies -> (Fig.) estar al corriente de un asunto; saber a qué atenerse
  • Land-agent -> corredor de fincas rurales
  • Land-breeze -> brisa de tierra
  • Land forces -> fuerzas terrestres, tropas de tierra
  • Land-jobbing -> Especulación en la compra y venta de bienes raíces
  • Land-hunger -> codicia de poseer tierras
  • Land-office -> oficina del catastro
  • Land-poor -> a
  • Land Rover -> vehículo todo terreno (Aut.)
(country, nation). poseedor de muchas tierras que dan rentas insuficientes para pagar los gastos. Land-surveying, agrimensura.
1. Desembarcar.
2. Coger (un pez).
verbo neutro (intransitivo)
3. Aterrarse, saltar en tierra, abordar. (Marina) (n)
4. (Aer.) Aterrizar. (n)
  • To land on one’s feet -> caer de pie; salir adelante (Fig.)
va. Posarse (birds).

land [lænd]
noun
1 (not sea) tierra (f)
a stretch of sandy beach that was almost inaccessible from the land it isn't clear whether the plane went down over land or sea
land ho land ahoy! ¡tierra a la vista!
"Land, ho!" he called out, and Charlie yelled back, "Right, me hearty" another voice called, "Land Ahead! I think I can see trees"
to go/travel by land ir/viajar por tierra
travel by land, sea and air was suspended for 24 hours
dry land tierra (f) firme
on dry land en tierra firme
to make land (Náut) tomar tierra
there was action at sea, on land, and in the air se combatió en mar, tierra y aire
he'll travel [over] land to Iran
to sight land divisar tierra
2 (Agr) (Constr) (ground) tierra (f); tierras (f)
160 acres of land 160 acres de tierra
the land on which this house is built It was built on land reclaimed from the sea in 1899
agricultural land tierra(s) (f)
plural
agrícola(s); (p)
terreno (m) agrícola
Bishop Muzorewa won't tolerate absentee landlords, good agricultural land lying unused a couple of acres of agricultural land agricultural land may be converted to non-farm use, but only if it is on the edge of urban or rural residential districts
grazing land tierra(s) (f)
plural
de pastoreo; (p)
tierra(s) (f)
plural
para pastos; (p)
...a small piece of grazing land
the lay or lie of the land la configuración del terreno
He spent a few more minutes studying the lie of the land below him in conjunction with the map In front of him loomed a steep hill from the top of which, he told himself, he would be able to see the lie of the land all round
a piece/plot of land un terreno; una parcela
I'm looking for a piece of land to build on she's bought a piece of land The predicted loss of 1.27 per cent of the total land to urban development meant a 10 per cent increase in the urban area outside London, and the loss of more than 34,000 hectares of rural land
the land (Agr) la tierra
There is no work to be had on the land. back to the land!
to live off the land vivir de la tierra; to work on the land trabajar or cultivar la tierra; the drift from the land el éxodo rural
if you get your living from working on the land... We had wanted to go back to work on the land as peasants and small farmers
to see how the land lies
get the lie or lay of the land
tantear el terreno
we'll have to see how the land lies in a few months' time
3 (property) tierras (f)
get off my land! ¡fuera de mis tierras!
his house is on his father's land his lands were poorly farmed
to own land poseer tierras
4 (Geog) (region)
desert/equatorial/temperate lands tierras (f) desérticas/ecuatoriales/templadas
Too much rain is the problem of the equatorial lands... In this zone lie the dry lands.
5 (nation, country) país (m)
a land fit for heroes
a land of opportunity/contrasts un país de oportunidades/contrastes
the conviction that America is indeed a land of opportunity Klefonicas is a fascinating land of contrasts ...this land of free speech Her husband's body lies buried 2,000 miles away in a strange land
throughout the land en todo el país
we seem to be in fantasy land
to be in the land of the living estar en el mundo de los vivos; estar vivito y coleando (humorous)
if I'm still in the land of the living then... it's all right. You haven't poisoned him. He's still in the land of the living!
the land of milk and honey el paraíso terrenal
the biblical land of milk and honey he figured Mexico was the land of milk and honey for US companies Andalucia was seen as a land of milk and honey, of cool water and shady orange groves
to be in the Land of Nod estar dormido; estar roque (informal); (Esp)
verb:intransitive
1 (after flight) [+plane] aterrizar; (on water) amerizar; amarizar; (on moon) alunizar
the plane was coming in to land emergency crews were alerted but the plane landed safely we'll be landing at Ronaldsway Airport in approximately 45 minutes
to land on sth [+bird, insect] posarse en algo
the Americans were the first to land on the moon los americanos fueron los primeros en llegar a la luna
Apollo landed on the Moon Discovery is due to land at Edwards Air Force Base in California tomorrow a spacecraft has today landed on Mars The American Viking craft /that landed on Mars/ reported that there was no organic material there it landed on the lake
2 (from boat) [+passenger] desembarcar
3 (after fall, jump, throw) caer
I landed awkwardly caí en una mala postura; the hat landed in my lap el sombrero me cayó en el regazo
I landed awkwardly after jumping off a wall I landed heavily and found myself flat on my back a bomb landed on the building three missiles landed harmlessly in the sea where did it land?
to land on one's back caer de espaldas
He jumped to avoid her and landed badly on the outside of his foot I fell out of a tree and landed on my back he jumped off the roof and landed on top of his wife, killing her
to land on one's feet caer de pie; salir adelante
for those people things never seem to go wrong, everything works out, they are great at problem solving, and they always land on their feet she found that the more she made her own decisions, took risks, and landed on her feet, the more her mother began to respect her while I struggle through life, my sister lands on her feet
4 (also land up) (in prison, hospital) ir a parar (informal);in a; acabar;in en
he landed in hospital fue a parar al hospital (informal); acabó en el hospital
bending the rules leads to many innocent people landing in prison /He landed in/ a psychiatric ward
verb:transitive
1 (disembark, unload) [+passengers] desembarcar; [+cargo] descargar
vessels will have to land their catch at designated ports los buques tendrán que descargar la pesca en los puertos designados
2 (bring down) [+plane] hacer aterrizar
3 (catch) [+fish] pescar; conseguir pescar
I landed a 10lb salmon
[+job, contract] conseguir; [+prize] obtener
4 (put, dump)
to land a blow on sb's chinland sb a blow on the chin asestar a algn un golpe en la barbilla
Benn landed a conclusive right hand to the top of Sherry's left temple As Diana turned away he landed a glancing blow on her right cheek to land sth/sb [on] sb
they landed the children on me me endilgaron or endosaron a los niños (informal)
to land sb in sth
his comments landed him in court sus comentarios hicieron que acabara en los tribunales; sus comentarios hicieron que fuera a parar a los tribunales (informal); his extravagant lifestyle soon landed him in debt su estilo de vida extravagante pronto hizo que endeudase; to land sb in it fastidiar or jorobar a algn pero bien (informal); it landed me in a mess me metió en un lío (informal); to land sb in trouble causar problemas a algn; to land o.s. in trouble meterse en problemas
to land sb in court/prison "noise pollution" can land you in court to land sb in debt to land sb in jail prison some self-defense measures can land you in jail to reveal the truth will land her in prison You've really landed me in it! Why did you have to tell her that I was at the pub? this is not the first time his exploits have landed him in trouble he landed himself in trouble by arguing with the referee
(encumber)
to land sb with sth/sb endilgar algo/a algn a algn (informal); endosar algo/a algn a algn (informal)
managers may be criticising you /or landing you with/ too many responsibilities we've been landed with a lot of extra work
I got landed with the job me endilgaron or endosaron el trabajo (informal); I got landed with him for two hours me lo endilgaron or endosaron dos horas (informal); getting overdrawn could land you with big bank charges girar al descubierto te puede ocasionar enormes intereses bancarios
that option could land him with more expense a major blunder by the surveyor could land you with a repair bill for thousands later to land o.s. [with] sth
how did you land yourself with all these debts? ¿cómo acabaste tan endeudado?; I've landed myself with a bit of a problem me he metido en un apuro
if /he's landed himself with a problem/, I'm afraid he'll just have to sort it out for himself the government have landed themselves with a massive budget deficit Lebanon's Christians /have landed themselves/ with a self-inflicted wound the Prime Minister had offended his friends in the press /and landed himself/ with some unworkable legislation
modifier
land agent (n) administradoraadministradora (m) (f) de fincas;a administradora
land defences (n) defensas (f) de tierra
land forces (n) fuerzas (f) de tierra
the Queen was a land girl during the 2nd World War land grant college
land management (n) administración (f) de fincas
the serious business of land management I studied land management at agricultural college land office business
land reclamation (n) reclamación (f) de tierras
land reform (n) reforma (f) agraria
land register land registry (n) (Britain) catastro (m); registro (m) catastral; registro (m) de la propiedad inmobiliaria
Land Rover (n) (Aut) (vehículo (m)) todo terreno (m)
land tax (n) contribución (f) territorial
land use (n) uso (m) de la tierra
the earliest attempts at regulating land use
Land of Hope and Glory es el título de una canción patriótica británica. Para muchos ciudadanos, sobre todo en Inglaterra, es un símbolo más del país, casi como el himno o la bandera nacional. Se suele entonar al final del congreso anual del Partido Conservador y en la última noche de los Proms, junto con otras conocidas canciones patrióticas.
note See culture box in entry prom.

Verb Conjugations for "land" (go to la tierra)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I land I landed I will land
you land you landed you will land
he/she lands he/she landed he/she will land
we land we landed we will land
you land you landed you will land
they land they landed they will land
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