English translation of 'adiantar'
1. (dinheiro, salário) to advance, pay in advance
2. (relógio) to put forward
3. (trabalho) to advance
4. (dizer) to say in advance
1. (relógio) to be fast
2. (conselho, violência etc) to be of use
adiantar-se reflexive verb
to advance, get ahead
não adianta reclamar/insistir there's no point or it's no use complaining/insisting
adiantar-se a alguém to get ahead of sb
adiantar-se para to go/come up to
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'adiantar' in Other Languages
British English: forward /ˈfɔːwəd/ VERB
If a letter or message is forwarded to someone, it is sent to the place where they are, after having been sent to a different place earlier.
Calls are forwarded to his mobile from his landline.
- American English: forward
- Arabic: يُرْسِلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: enviar
- Chinese: 转寄
- Croatian: proslijediti
- Czech: přeposlat
- Danish: videresende
- Dutch: doorsturen
- European Spanish: desviar enviar
- Finnish: edistää
- French: transmettre
- German: weiterleiten
- Greek: προωθώ
- Italian: inoltrare
- Japanese: 転送する
- Korean: 전송하다
- Norwegian: formidle
- Polish: przesłać
- European Portuguese: adiantar
- Romanian: a înaintaceva
- Russian: переадресовывать
- Spanish: remitir
- Swedish: befordra
- Thai: ส่งต่อ
- Turkish: ilerlemek
- Ukrainian: відправляти
- Vietnamese: chuyển gửi
Translation of adiantar from the Collins Portuguese to English
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