Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de alert

(adjetivo) 
Definition
watchful and attentive
He had been spotted by an alert neighbour.
Sinónimos
attentive
I wish you would be more attentive to detail.
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careful
One has to be extremely careful when dealing with these people.
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awake
They are awake to the challenge of stemming the exodus.
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wary
Keep a wary eye on children when they are playing near water.
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vigilant
Police warned the public to be vigilant and report anything suspicious.
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perceptive
a very perceptive critique of Wordsworth
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watchful
Children swam at the pool, under the watchful eye of the lifeguards.
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ready
I didn't have a ready answer for this dilemma.
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on the lookout
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circumspect
You should have been more circumspect in your dealings with him.
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observant
An observant doctor can detect symptoms from expression and posture.
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on guard
,
wide-awake
,
on your toes
,
on the watch
,
keeping a weather eye on
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Antónimos
(adjetivo) 
His grandfather is still alert at 93.
Sinónimos
quick-witted
He is quick-witted and rarely lets an opportunity slip by.
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spirited
He wanted merely to provoke a spirited debate.
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bright
I was convinced that he was brighter than average.
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sharp
He is very sharp and swift with repartee.
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active
the tragedy of an active mind trapped by failing physical health
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lively
She had a sweet, lively personality.
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brisk
The horse broke into a brisk trot.
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on the ball (informal)
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nimble
To keep your mind nimble, you must use it.
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agile
She was quick-witted, and had an extraordinarily agile mind.
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sprightly
the sprightly 85-year-old president
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bright-eyed and bushy-tailed (informal)
(sustantivo) 
Due to a security alert, the train did not stop at our station.
Sinónimos
warning
She came into my room without warning.
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alarm
As soon as the door opened he heard the alarm go off.
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siren
It sounds like an air raid siren.
Antónimos
all clear
(verbo) 
Definition
to warn of danger
I was hoping he'd alert the police.
Sinónimos
warn
They warned him of the dangers of sailing alone.
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inform
They would inform him of any progress they had made.
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notify
The skipper notified the coastguard of the tragedy.
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tip off
He tipped police off on his carphone.
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forewarn
The book had forewarned me of what to expect.
Antónimos

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of active
Definition
busy and energetic
the tragedy of an active mind trapped by failing physical health
Sinónimos
on the go (informal),
alive and kicking,
full of beans (informal),
bright-eyed and bushy-tailed (informal)
in the sense of agile
Definition
mentally quick or acute
She was quick-witted, and had an extraordinarily agile mind.
in the sense of alarm
Definition
a device that transmits a warning
As soon as the door opened he heard the alarm go off.
Sinónimos
danger signal,
bell,
alarm bell,
hooter,
distress signal,
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Life on the edge
The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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