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English translation of 'estado'

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estado

masculine noun
1.  (situación)
a. [de objeto, proceso] state
¿en qué estado se encuentran las relaciones entre los dos países? what is the state of relations between the two countries?
estar en buen estado [instalación, alimentos] to be in good condition
el ordenador está en perfecto estado the computer is working perfectly or is in perfect working order
estar en mal estado [instalación] to be in (a) poor conditionbe in a bad state; [alimentos] to be off
el techo se encontraba en muy mal estado the roof was in very poor condition or in a very bad state
tras comer carne en mal estado after eating meat that was off or that had gone off
b. [de persona] condition
el estado general del paciente the overall condition of the patient
2.  (Physics) state
3. 
en estado (embarazada)
una mujer en estado an expectant mother
estar en estado to be expecting
quedarse en estado to become pregnant
estar en estado de buena esperanza to be expecting
en avanzado estado de gestación heavily pregnantin an advanced state of pregnancy
estar en estado interesante (humorous) to be expectingbe in the family way (informal)
4.  (nación) state
los intereses del estado national or state interests
el Estado español Spain
asuntos de estado affairs of statestate affairs
hombre de estado statesman
see also golpe masculine noun
5.  (región)
(en EE.UU., México, Brasil) state
6.  (History)
(clase) estate
el estado eclesiástico the clergy
estado llano, tercer estado third estatecommoners plural
7.  (Military)

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Example Sentences Including 'estado'

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El parque se encuentra en buen estado y dispone de red de riego, bancos, juegos infantiles, fuente y zonas de césped.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Los chopos, cedros, olmos y otras especies existentes son bastantes antiguas, están en buen estado y suman más de 30 ejemplares.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Perelló defendió la actuación del sargento Navas, que envió al soldado a dormir al detectar su estado de embriaguez, y criticó la actitud del alférez.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Por último, el parque de Sierra Toledana en Vallecas, que se encuentra en total estado de abandono y donde también existen especies de interés como cedros.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Sabías que la mayoría de los seres humanos vive en un estado de escasez de caricias y que el hambre crónico de caricias es la base de la depre slon?
Elena Llanos López Cómo vivir bien en pareja
Tres años más tarde, había llegado a un estado tan preocupante, que el médico sugirió que la examinase un psiquiatra.
José Luis Prieto La higuera seca

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'estado' in Other Languages

British English: condition /kənˈdɪʃən/ NOUN
state The condition of someone or something is the state they are in.
He remains in a serious condition in hospital.
  • American English: condition
  • Arabic: حال
  • Brazilian Portuguese: condição
  • Chinese: 条件
  • Croatian: stanje
  • Czech: stav
  • Danish: betingelse
  • Dutch: conditie
  • European Spanish: estado
  • Finnish: kunto
  • French: condition
  • German: Zustand
  • Greek: κατάσταση
  • Italian: condizione
  • Japanese: 状態
  • Korean: 조건
  • Norwegian: tilstand
  • Polish: warunek
  • European Portuguese: condição
  • Romanian: stare
  • Russian: условие
  • Spanish: condición
  • Swedish: villkor
  • Thai: สภาวะ
  • Turkish: koşul
  • Ukrainian: стан
  • Vietnamese: điều kiện
British English: state /steɪt/ NOUN
You can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics.
It is a recognised member state of NATO.
  • American English: state
  • Arabic: دَوْلَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: estado
  • Chinese: 国家
  • Croatian: države
  • Czech: stát země
  • Danish: stat
  • Dutch: staat
  • European Spanish: estado nación
  • Finnish: tila henkinen tai asian
  • French: état
  • German: Zustand
  • Greek: πολιτεία
  • Italian: stato
  • Japanese: 状態
  • Korean: 국가
  • Norwegian: tilstand
  • Polish: stan warunek
  • European Portuguese: estado
  • Romanian: stat
  • Russian: состояние
  • Spanish: estado condición
  • Swedish: stat
  • Thai: รัฐ
  • Turkish: durum ruhsal
  • Ukrainian: держава
  • Vietnamese: quốc gia

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