English translation of 'disparar'
to shoot, fire
1. to fire
2. (arma) to go off
3. (correr) to shoot off, bolt
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'disparar' in Other Languages
British English: shoot /ʃuːt/ VERB
To shoot a person or animal means to kill or injure them by firing a gun at them.
A man was shot dead during the robbery.
- American English: shoot
- Arabic: يُطْلِقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: disparar arma
- Chinese: 射击
- Croatian: upucati
- Czech: postřelit
- Danish: skyde
- Dutch: schieten
- European Spanish: disparar
- Finnish: ampua
- French: tirer fusil
- German: schießen
- Greek: πυροβολώ
- Italian: sparare
- Japanese: 撃つ
- Korean: (...을...으로) 쏘다
- Norwegian: skyte
- Polish: wystrzelić
- European Portuguese: disparar arma
- Romanian: a împușca
- Russian: стрелять
- Spanish: disparar
- Swedish: skjuta avlossa skott
- Thai: ยิง
- Turkish: ateş etmek
- Ukrainian: застрелити
- Vietnamese: bắn súng
British English: bolt VERB
If a person or animal bolts, they suddenly start to run very fast, often because something has frightened them.
The animal rose squealing and bolted.
British English: boom VERB
If the economy or a business is booming, the amount of things being bought or sold is increasing.
By 1988 the economy was booming.
British English: mushroom VERB
If something such as an industry or a place mushrooms, it grows or comes into existence very quickly.
The media training industry has mushroomed over the past decade.
- American English: mushroom
- Brazilian Portuguese: disparar
- Chinese: 迅速发展
- European Spanish: crecer de la noche a la mañana
- French: pousser comme des champignons
- German: explosionsartig wachsen
- Italian: svilupparsi rapidamente
- Japanese: 急速に成長する
- Korean: 급격히 늘어나다
- European Portuguese: disparar
- Spanish: crecer de la noche a la mañana
British English: rocket VERB
If things such as prices or social problems rocket, they increase very quickly and suddenly.
Fresh food is so scarce that prices have rocketed.
British English: soar VERB
If the amount, value, level, or volume of something soars, it quickly increases by a great deal.
Insurance claims are expected to soar.
Translation of disparar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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