alcanzar su plenitud

alcanzar su plenitud
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (third person singular)
a. to reach its peak
El socialismo alcanzó su plenitud en los años que precedieron a la revolución soviética.Socialism reached its peak in the years preceding the Soviet revolution.
b. to reach its height
La novela surgió como género en el siglo XVII, pero no alcanzaría su plenitud hasta el siglo XIX.The novel emerged as a genre in the 17th century, but would not reach its height until the 19th century.
c. to reach her prime (feminine)
Cuando la volví a ver, Elvira tenía ya 18 años y había alcanzado su plenitud. Se había convertido en una mujer bella e inteligente.When I saw her again, Elvira was already 18 years old and had reached her prime. She had become a beautiful and intelligent woman.
d. to reach his prime (masculine)
En 1992 el futbolista había alcanzado su plenitud, y eran muchos los equipos dispuestos a pagar cantidades astronómicas por él.In 1992 the soccer player had reached his prime, and there were many teams willing to pay astronomical amounts for him.
e. to blossom out
En opinión de muchos críticos, la pintora alcanzó su plenitud artística durante los años que pasó en París.In the opinion of many critics, the painter blossomed out as an artist during the years she spent in Paris.
2.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(second person singular)
a. to reach your prime
Nuestro amor no tiene sentido, cuando usted alcance su plenitud y esté en lo mejor de su vida, yo tendré ochenta años.Our love makes no sense. When you reach your prime and are at your best, I'll be eighty years old.
3. (third person plural)
a. to reach their peak
Los monasterios alcanzaron su plenitud en la Edad Media, cuando eran los principales centros de cultura y enseñanza.Monasteries reached their peak in the Middle Ages, when they were the main centres of culture and education.
b. to reach their height
Esas costumbres y tradiciones alcanzaron su plenitud justo antes de la revolución industrial, que daría al traste con ellas.Those customs and traditions reached their height just before the industrial revolution, which was to bring them to an end.
c. to reach their prime
No todos los seres humanos alcanzan su plenitud a la misma edad, ya que son muchos los factores que intervienen.Not all human beings reach their prime at the same age, as there are many factors involved.
4. (second person plural)
a. to reach your prime
Es obvio que usted y su banda musical han alcanzado su plenitud. - ¿Quiere eso decir que a partir de ahora solo podemos ir cuesta abajo?It's obvious that you and your musical band have reached your prime. - Does that mean that we can only go downhill from now on?
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