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"Implying" is a form of "imply", a transitive verb which is often translated as "insinuar". "Occurring" is a form of "occur", an intransitive verb which is often translated as "ocurrir". Learn more about the difference between "implying" and "occurring" below.
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to suggest)
a. insinuar
The store clerk implied that I didn't have enough money to buy the suit.El dependiente insinuó que no tenía suficiente dinero para comprar el traje.
2. (to involve)
a. implicar
Being a parent implies a lot of responsibility.Ser un padre implica mucha responsabilidad.
b. suponer
You need to be prepared for the costs that the project implies.Tienes que estar preparado para los gastos que el proyecto supone.
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An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
1. (to happen)
a. ocurrir
Emergencies don't occur every day.Las emergencias no ocurren todos los días.
b. suceder
Something amazing occurred today.Hoy sucedió algo increíble.
c. producirse
At that moment a change occured in social attitudes.En ese momento se produjo un cambio en las actitudes sociales.
d. tener lugar
The incident occured early in the game.El incidente tuvo lugar al principio del partido.
2. (to be found)
a. darse
This phenomenon occurs mainly in China.Este fenómeno se da principalmente en China.
b. encontrarse
This species occurs naturally in Australia.Esta especie se encuentra de forma natural en Australia.
3. (to come to mind)
a. ocurrirse
It never occurred to me to quit my job.Nunca se me ocurrió dejar el trabajo.
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