sublimaría I would sublimate
The word sublimaría is the conditional form of sublimar in the first person singular. There are other translations for this conjugation. See the full sublimar conjugation.
transitive verb
1. (chemistry) 
El vapor se obtuvo después de sublimar el sólido.The vapor was obtained after sublimating the solid.
2. (psychology) 
La terapia lo está ayudando a sublimar sus impulsos sexuales en actividades físicas.Therapy's helping him sublimate his sexual impulses into physical activity.
3. (to glorify) 
a. to exalt 
Hay que reconocer y sublimar el valor de los soldados.We must recognize and exalt the soldiers' courage.
pronominal verb
4. (chemistry) 
Algunas sustancias se subliman en temperaturas bajo 0º, y otras a temperatura ambiente.Some substances sublimate at temperatures below 0º, while others do it at room temperature.
5. (psychology) 
Su deseo carnal se sublimó en el arte.Her carnal desire sublimated into art.
transitive verb
1. (exaltar) 
a. to exalt 
2. (psi & quím) 
a. to sublimate 
transitive verb
1 [+persona] to exalt
2 [+deseos] to sublimate
3 (Química) to sublimate
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