English translation of 'comentar'
1. to comment on
2. (maliciosamente) to make comments about
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'comentar' in Other Languages
British English: comment /ˈkɒmɛnt/ VERB
If you commenton something, you give your opinion about it or you give an explanation for it.
The police refuse to comment on whether anyone has been arrested.
He commented that this was very true.
- American English: comment
- Arabic: يُعَلِّقُ عَلَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: comentar
- Chinese: 评论
- Croatian: komentirati
- Czech: vyjádřit se k čemu
- Danish: kommentere
- Dutch: commentaar geven op zeggen
- European Spanish: comentar
- Finnish: kommentoida
- French: commenter
- German: bemerken Kommentar
- Greek: σχολιάζω
- Italian: commentare
- Japanese: 論評する
- Korean: 논평하다
- Norwegian: kommentere
- Polish: skomentować
- European Portuguese: comentar
- Romanian: a comenta
- Russian: комментировать
- Spanish: comentar
- Swedish: kommentera
- Thai: แสดงความคิดเห็น
- Turkish: yorum yapmak
- Ukrainian: коментувати
- Vietnamese: bình luận
British English: commentate VERB
To commentate means to give a radio or television commentary on an event.
He often commentated on football matches.
Translation of comentar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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