presentar


presentar
v.
1 to present.
Ella presenta soluciones She presents solutions.
Ella le presenta a Ricardo un regalo She presents Richard a gift.
Ellos presentan a los candidatos They present=field the candidates.
2 to make (ofrecer) (disculpas, excusas).
3 to introduce (person).
me presentó a sus amigos she introduced me to her friends
me parece que no nos han presentado I don't think we've been introduced
Juan, te presento a Carmen Juan, this is Carmen
permítame que le presente a nuestra directora allow me to introduce you to our manager, I'd like you to meet our manager
Ella presenta a los invitados She introduces the guests.
4 to have, to show (tener) (aspecto).
presenta difícil solución it's going to be difficult to solve
Ella le presenta al público una obra She shows the public a play.
5 to host, to be the host of, to act as a compere for, to compere.
Ella presenta el programa She hosts the program.
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presentar
verbo transitivo
1 (gen) to present; (mostrar) to show
hay que presentar la identificación you have to show your identification
me ha presentado sus disculpas he has apologized
presentó a concurso su primera novela she entered her first novel in a competition
2 (entregar) to hand in
3 (sacar al mercado) to launch
4 (personas) to introduce
¿te han presentado ya? have you been introduced yet?
os presento a mi novia this is my girlfriend
5 TELEVISIÓN to present
6 (ofrecer) to offer, show
esta cicatriz no presenta buen aspecto that scar doesn't look good
verbo pronominal presentarse
1 (comparecer) to turn up
nos presentamos en su casa sin previo aviso we turned up at her house without prior warning
se presentó a la policía inmediatamente he went straight to the police
2 (para elección) to stand; (en un concurso) to enter
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FRASEOLOGÍA
presentar una denuncia to lodge a complaint
presentar una ponencia to present a paper
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verb
1) to present
2) introduce
3) submit
4) make a gift
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1. VT
1) (=enseñar, exponer) [gen] to present; [+ moción, candidato] to propose, put forward; [+ pruebas, informe] to submit; [+ documento, pasaporte] to show

presentar una propuesta — to make o present a proposal

presentar algo al cobro o al pago — (Com) to present sth for payment

2) (=entregar) to hand in

mañana tengo que presentar un trabajo — I have to hand in an essay tomorrow

presentó la dimisión — he handed in his resignation, he resigned

3) (=mostrar) [+ señal, síntoma] to show

presenta señales de deterioro — it is showing signs of wear

4) (=exponer al público) [+ producto, disco, libro] to launch

presentó su obra en la Galería Mons — she showed her work at the Galería Mons

5) [en espectáculo] [+ obra] to perform; [+ actor, actriz] to present, feature

el grupo presentó una obra en un solo acto — the group performed a one-act play

6) (=ser presentador de) [+ programa televisivo] to present, host

J. Pérez presenta el programa — the programme is presented o hosted by J. Pérez

¿quién presenta ahora las noticias de las nueve? — who presents o reads the nine o'clock news now?

7) (=tener) to have

este año el examen presenta novedades — this year the exam has some new features

el ferrocarril presenta ventajas evidentes — the train offers o has obvious advantages

el cadáver presentaba varios impactos de bala — the body had several bullet wounds

el coche presenta ciertas modificaciones — the car has had certain changes made to it

8) [+ persona] to introduce

me presentó a sus padres — he introduced me to his parents

permítanme presentarles a don Narciso Gómez — allow me to introduce Mr Narciso Gómez (to you)

te presento a Carlos — this is Carlos

a ver si te presento a mi amiga Jacinta — you must meet my friend Jacinta, I must introduce you to my friend Jacinta

ser presentada en sociedad — to come out, make one's début

9) (=ofrecer) [+ disculpa] to offer, make

presentó sus respetos — she paid her respects

le presento mis consideraciones — [en carta] yours faithfully

10) (Mil)

presentar armas — to present arms

presentar batalla — (lit) to draw up in battle array; (fig) to offer resistance

2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) (mostrar) to present

un producto bien presentado — a well-presented product

b) (exponer por primera vez) <libro/disco> to launch; <obra de arte> to present; <colección de moda> to present, exhibit
c) (entregar) <informe/solicitud> to submit

le presenté el pasaporte — I gave him my passport, I presented my passport to him

d) (enseñar) to show

hay que presentar el carné para entrar — you have to show your membership card to get in

e) <disculpas/excusas> to make; <dimisión> to hand in, submit; <queja> to file, make

fui a presentar mis respetos — I went to pay my respects

presentaron una denuncia — they reported the matter (to the police), they made an official complaint

presentar pruebas — to present evidence

presentar cargos — to bring charges

presentar una demanda — to bring a lawsuit

f) (Mil)

presentar armas — to present arms

2) (TV) <programa> to present, introduce
3) <persona> to introduce

te presento a mi hermana — I'd like you to meet my sister, this is my sister

4) <novedad/ventaja> to offer; <síntoma> to show
2.
presentarse v pron
1)
a) (en lugar) to turn up, appear

presentarse (como) voluntario — to volunteer

se presentó voluntariamente a la policía — he turned himself in to the police

presentarse ante el juez — to appear before the judge

b) (a concurso, examen)

se presentó al examen — she took o (BrE) sat the exam

me presenté al concurso — I entered the competition

se presenta como candidato independiente — he's running (AmE) o (BrE) he's standing as an independent

presentarse para un cargo — to apply for a post

2) dificultad/problema to arise, come up, crop up (colloq)

si se me presenta la oportunidad — if I get the opportunity, if the opportunity arises

el futuro se presenta prometedor — the future looks promising

3) (darse a conocer) to introduce oneself

presentarse en sociedad — to make one's debut (in society)

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= bring to + the attention, display, draw, exhibit, expose, feature, introduce, open up, pose, present, provide with, set out, subject, throw up, render, put before, produce, table, submit, unveil, showcase, surrender, lay out, roll out, construct, tender, come up with, report, bring forward, deliver.
Ex. Many displays are changed from time to time (for example, once a week, or once a month) so that various sections of the stock may be brought to the attention of the library's public over a period of time.
Ex. The command function 'DISPLAY' is used to display a list of alphabetically linked terms.
Ex. For example, when setting up the format for records in a data base, the user can draw a form on the screen, complete with headings for each field, and then, the data is entered into the form.
Ex. These headings, therefore, in addition to exhibiting a bias in favor of the majority, actively hinder access.
Ex. The reputation of the information and its authority will be more exposed to examination.
Ex. Other catalogues and bibliographies only feature added entries under title where it is deemed that the author main entry heading is not likely to be obvious to the users.
Ex. The report introduced a range of ideas which have influenced subsequent code construction.
Ex. Here is a key paper by a non librarian which opens up a new and constructive approach to library purpose.
Ex. This illustrates the puzzle that differential policies pose for users.
Ex. Informative abstract present as much as possible of the quantitative or qualitative information contained in a document.
Ex. Many libraries provide users with photocopies of contents pages of selected journals.
Ex. A short score is a sketch made by a composer for an ensemble work, with the main features of the composition set out on a few staves.
Ex. Author abstracts are the abstracts prepared by authors of the document that has been subjected to abstracting.
Ex. Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
Ex. The eventuality is, admittedly, remote but it is also necessary to render the imprint statement in this amount of detail.
Ex. The art of documentation is the process by which the documentalist is enabled to put before the creative specialist the existing literature bearing on the subject of his investigation.
Ex. The perfect librarian may be defined as one who produces the information a reader requires as soon as the reader asks for it.
Ex. This list indicates the dates the reports were tabled and any further action take.
Ex. Most publications are probably free distribution material and whilst that does not absolve the publishers from the obligation of legal deposit it is probable that many local authorities do not submit their materials.
Ex. Here is an institution which knows, neither rank nor wealth within its walls, which stops the ignorant peer or the ignorant monarch at its threshold, and declines to unveil to him its treasures, or to waste time upon him, and yet welcomes the workman according to his knowledge or thirst for knowledge.
Ex. Officially known as SOLEX, this exhibition showcases mainly IT based products for the legal profession.
Ex. The book's date label is stamped in the usual way, and the reader must surrender one token for each book he is borrowing.
Ex. There should be plenty of space to lay out all the books attractively and for people to move about without feeling too crowded.
Ex. I don't need to tell those of you from higher education institutions how course management systems are starting to really proliferate and roll out in higher education.
Ex. It is argued that newspaper reporting of bigamy constructs bigamists as being a threat to the institution of marriage.
Ex. This address was tendered at the State Library of Victoria, Nov 88, to mark the retirement of Professor Jean Whyte.
Ex. Derfer corroborated her: 'I'd be very proud of you if you could come up with the means to draft a model collection development policy'.
Ex. Criticism is not appropriate in a style which aims to report, but not comment upon the content of the original document.
Ex. They also intend to bring forward legislation to provide that the maximum amount of compensation should be £500,000.
Ex. The result could be termed a full-provision data base -- a data base including both text and reference, and delivering much more than the 2 added together.
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* argumento que presenta sólo un punto de vista = one-sided argument.
* oportunidad + presentarse = opportunity + knock, opportunity + present + Reflexivo.
* presentar Algo desde una nueva óptica = throw + Nombre + in a new light, throw + new light on.
* presentar Algo desde un nuevo ángulo = throw + new light on.
* presentar argumentos a favor = make + a case for.
* presentar argumentos a favor de = present + arguments in favour of.
* presentar como = make + Nombre + out to be.
* presentar conclusiones = provide + conclusions.
* presentar conocimiento = package + knowledge.
* presentar deficiencias = fall + short.
* presentar de manera esquemática = give + overview.
* presentar dentro de = package.
* presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on, throw + new light on.
* presentar detalladamente = spread out.
* presentar dificultad = present + difficulty.
* presentar en forma de tabla = tabulate.
* presentar en pantalla = call up, print + online, bring up, screen.
* presentar evidencia a favor de = present + case for.
* presentar información = submit + information, package + information.
* presentar información de varios modos = repackage + information.
* presentar la evolución de Algo = chart + the history.
* presentar la oportunidad = allow + the opportunity to.
* presentar las pruebas ante = lay + evidence before.
* presentar peligro = present + danger.
* presentar + Posesivo + respetos = pay + Posesivo + respects.
* presentar posibilidades = present + possibilities, open (up) + avenues.
* presentar problemas = present + problems.
* presentar pruebas = give + evidence.
* presentar resultados = report + findings, report + results.
* presentar reto = defy.
* presentarse = come in, manifest + Reflexivo, turn up, show up, unfold, come forward, come with.
* presentarse a = stand for.
* presentarse a una elección = stand for + election, run for + election.
* presentarse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
* presentar (según) = cast (in/into).
* presentarse una ocasión = occasion + arise.
* presentar similitudes = share + similarities.
* presentar una amenaza = pose + threat.
* presentar una comunicación = deliver + paper, give + paper, present + paper.
* presentar una contribución = present + contribution.
* presentar una demanda = file + suit against, file + lawsuit against.
* presentar una demanda judicial = take + legal action, take + legal proceedings.
* presentar una denuncia = file + police report.
* presentar una factura = submit + bill.
* presentar una idea = make + point, put forward + idea, offer + perspective, present + idea.
* presentar una imagen = present + picture, paint + a picture, present + an image.
* presentar una oportunidad = afford + opportunity.
* presentar una petición = submit + petition.
* presentar una ponencia = give + paper, read + paper.
* presentar una propuesta = submit + proposal.
* presentar una queja = register + complaint, lodge + complaint, file + complaint, file + grievance.
* presentar una reclamación = enter + complaint, place + claim, file + complaint.
* presentar un argumento = advance + argument.
* presentar una solicitud = submit + application.
* presentar un aspecto = present + a picture.
* presentar un aspecto de = wear + a look of.
* presentar una visión = present + a picture.
* presentar una visión global = give + overview, present + an overview, present + an overall picture, give + an overall picture, overview.
* presentar un buen aspecto = look + good.
* presentar un dilema = present + dilemma.
* presentar un frente común = present + common front.
* presentar un informe = give + a report, present + report.
* presentar un obstáculo = pose + obstacle.
* presentar un peligro = pose + danger.
* presentar un problema = pose + problem, air + problem.
* presentar un programa = present + programme.
* presentar un proyecto = submit + project, present + project.
* presentar un resumen = give + summary.
* presentar un reto = present + challenge, provide + challenge.
* presentar un riesgo = pose + risk.
* presentar vestigios de = bear + traces of.
* seleccionar y presentar en un documento = package.
* volver a presentar = resubmit [re-submit].
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) (mostrar) to present

un producto bien presentado — a well-presented product

b) (exponer por primera vez) <libro/disco> to launch; <obra de arte> to present; <colección de moda> to present, exhibit
c) (entregar) <informe/solicitud> to submit

le presenté el pasaporte — I gave him my passport, I presented my passport to him

d) (enseñar) to show

hay que presentar el carné para entrar — you have to show your membership card to get in

e) <disculpas/excusas> to make; <dimisión> to hand in, submit; <queja> to file, make

fui a presentar mis respetos — I went to pay my respects

presentaron una denuncia — they reported the matter (to the police), they made an official complaint

presentar pruebas — to present evidence

presentar cargos — to bring charges

presentar una demanda — to bring a lawsuit

f) (Mil)

presentar armas — to present arms

2) (TV) <programa> to present, introduce
3) <persona> to introduce

te presento a mi hermana — I'd like you to meet my sister, this is my sister

4) <novedad/ventaja> to offer; <síntoma> to show
2.
presentarse v pron
1)
a) (en lugar) to turn up, appear

presentarse (como) voluntario — to volunteer

se presentó voluntariamente a la policía — he turned himself in to the police

presentarse ante el juez — to appear before the judge

b) (a concurso, examen)

se presentó al examen — she took o (BrE) sat the exam

me presenté al concurso — I entered the competition

se presenta como candidato independiente — he's running (AmE) o (BrE) he's standing as an independent

presentarse para un cargo — to apply for a post

2) dificultad/problema to arise, come up, crop up (colloq)

si se me presenta la oportunidad — if I get the opportunity, if the opportunity arises

el futuro se presenta prometedor — the future looks promising

3) (darse a conocer) to introduce oneself

presentarse en sociedad — to make one's debut (in society)

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presentar (según)
(v.) = cast (in/into)

Ex: Which of the following subject analyses is cast in the citation order PMEST?.

= bring to + the attention, display, draw, exhibit, expose, feature, introduce, open up, pose, present, provide with, set out, subject, throw up, render, put before, produce, table, submit, unveil, showcase, surrender, lay out, roll out, construct, tender, come up with, report, bring forward, deliver.

Ex: Many displays are changed from time to time (for example, once a week, or once a month) so that various sections of the stock may be brought to the attention of the library's public over a period of time.

Ex: The command function 'DISPLAY' is used to display a list of alphabetically linked terms.
Ex: For example, when setting up the format for records in a data base, the user can draw a form on the screen, complete with headings for each field, and then, the data is entered into the form.
Ex: These headings, therefore, in addition to exhibiting a bias in favor of the majority, actively hinder access.
Ex: The reputation of the information and its authority will be more exposed to examination.
Ex: Other catalogues and bibliographies only feature added entries under title where it is deemed that the author main entry heading is not likely to be obvious to the users.
Ex: The report introduced a range of ideas which have influenced subsequent code construction.
Ex: Here is a key paper by a non librarian which opens up a new and constructive approach to library purpose.
Ex: This illustrates the puzzle that differential policies pose for users.
Ex: Informative abstract present as much as possible of the quantitative or qualitative information contained in a document.
Ex: Many libraries provide users with photocopies of contents pages of selected journals.
Ex: A short score is a sketch made by a composer for an ensemble work, with the main features of the composition set out on a few staves.
Ex: Author abstracts are the abstracts prepared by authors of the document that has been subjected to abstracting.
Ex: Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
Ex: The eventuality is, admittedly, remote but it is also necessary to render the imprint statement in this amount of detail.
Ex: The art of documentation is the process by which the documentalist is enabled to put before the creative specialist the existing literature bearing on the subject of his investigation.
Ex: The perfect librarian may be defined as one who produces the information a reader requires as soon as the reader asks for it.
Ex: This list indicates the dates the reports were tabled and any further action take.
Ex: Most publications are probably free distribution material and whilst that does not absolve the publishers from the obligation of legal deposit it is probable that many local authorities do not submit their materials.
Ex: Here is an institution which knows, neither rank nor wealth within its walls, which stops the ignorant peer or the ignorant monarch at its threshold, and declines to unveil to him its treasures, or to waste time upon him, and yet welcomes the workman according to his knowledge or thirst for knowledge.
Ex: Officially known as SOLEX, this exhibition showcases mainly IT based products for the legal profession.
Ex: The book's date label is stamped in the usual way, and the reader must surrender one token for each book he is borrowing.
Ex: There should be plenty of space to lay out all the books attractively and for people to move about without feeling too crowded.
Ex: I don't need to tell those of you from higher education institutions how course management systems are starting to really proliferate and roll out in higher education.
Ex: It is argued that newspaper reporting of bigamy constructs bigamists as being a threat to the institution of marriage.
Ex: This address was tendered at the State Library of Victoria, Nov 88, to mark the retirement of Professor Jean Whyte.
Ex: Derfer corroborated her: 'I'd be very proud of you if you could come up with the means to draft a model collection development policy'.
Ex: Criticism is not appropriate in a style which aims to report, but not comment upon the content of the original document.
Ex: They also intend to bring forward legislation to provide that the maximum amount of compensation should be £500,000.
Ex: The result could be termed a full-provision data base -- a data base including both text and reference, and delivering much more than the 2 added together.
* argumento que presenta sólo un punto de vista = one-sided argument.
* oportunidad + presentarse = opportunity + knock, opportunity + present + Reflexivo.
* presentar Algo desde una nueva óptica = throw + Nombre + in a new light, throw + new light on.
* presentar Algo desde un nuevo ángulo = throw + new light on.
* presentar argumentos a favor = make + a case for.
* presentar argumentos a favor de = present + arguments in favour of.
* presentar como = make + Nombre + out to be.
* presentar conclusiones = provide + conclusions.
* presentar conocimiento = package + knowledge.
* presentar deficiencias = fall + short.
* presentar de manera esquemática = give + overview.
* presentar dentro de = package.
* presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on, throw + new light on.
* presentar detalladamente = spread out.
* presentar dificultad = present + difficulty.
* presentar en forma de tabla = tabulate.
* presentar en pantalla = call up, print + online, bring up, screen.
* presentar evidencia a favor de = present + case for.
* presentar información = submit + information, package + information.
* presentar información de varios modos = repackage + information.
* presentar la evolución de Algo = chart + the history.
* presentar la oportunidad = allow + the opportunity to.
* presentar las pruebas ante = lay + evidence before.
* presentar peligro = present + danger.
* presentar + Posesivo + respetos = pay + Posesivo + respects.
* presentar posibilidades = present + possibilities, open (up) + avenues.
* presentar problemas = present + problems.
* presentar pruebas = give + evidence.
* presentar resultados = report + findings, report + results.
* presentar reto = defy.
* presentarse = come in, manifest + Reflexivo, turn up, show up, unfold, come forward, come with.
* presentarse a = stand for.
* presentarse a una elección = stand for + election, run for + election.
* presentarse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
* presentar (según) = cast (in/into).
* presentarse una ocasión = occasion + arise.
* presentar similitudes = share + similarities.
* presentar una amenaza = pose + threat.
* presentar una comunicación = deliver + paper, give + paper, present + paper.
* presentar una contribución = present + contribution.
* presentar una demanda = file + suit against, file + lawsuit against.
* presentar una demanda judicial = take + legal action, take + legal proceedings.
* presentar una denuncia = file + police report.
* presentar una factura = submit + bill.
* presentar una idea = make + point, put forward + idea, offer + perspective, present + idea.
* presentar una imagen = present + picture, paint + a picture, present + an image.
* presentar una oportunidad = afford + opportunity.
* presentar una petición = submit + petition.
* presentar una ponencia = give + paper, read + paper.
* presentar una propuesta = submit + proposal.
* presentar una queja = register + complaint, lodge + complaint, file + complaint, file + grievance.
* presentar una reclamación = enter + complaint, place + claim, file + complaint.
* presentar un argumento = advance + argument.
* presentar una solicitud = submit + application.
* presentar un aspecto = present + a picture.
* presentar un aspecto de = wear + a look of.
* presentar una visión = present + a picture.
* presentar una visión global = give + overview, present + an overview, present + an overall picture, give + an overall picture, overview.
* presentar un buen aspecto = look + good.
* presentar un dilema = present + dilemma.
* presentar un frente común = present + common front.
* presentar un informe = give + a report, present + report.
* presentar un obstáculo = pose + obstacle.
* presentar un peligro = pose + danger.
* presentar un problema = pose + problem, air + problem.
* presentar un programa = present + programme.
* presentar un proyecto = submit + project, present + project.
* presentar un resumen = give + summary.
* presentar un reto = present + challenge, provide + challenge.
* presentar un riesgo = pose + risk.
* presentar vestigios de = bear + traces of.
* seleccionar y presentar en un documento = package.
* volver a presentar = resubmit [re-submit].

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presentar [A1 ]
vt
A
1 (mostrar) to present
un producto bien presentado a well-presented product
2 (exponer por primera vez) ‹libro/disco› to launch
presentó sus nuevos cuadros she presented her new paintings
presentará su colección de otoño en Londres he will present o exhibit his autumn collection in London
el nuevo XS34 se presentará al público en el salón de Turín the new XS34 will be on display (to the public) for the first time at the Turin show
3 (entregar) ‹informe/solicitud› to submit
le presenté el pasaporte para que me lo sellara I gave him my passport for stamping, I presented my passport to him for stamping
tengo que presentar los planes mañana I have to submit o present the plans tomorrow
4 (enseñar) to show
hay que presentar el carné para entrar you have to show your membership card to get in
5 ‹disculpas/excusas› to make
fui a presentar mis respetos I went to pay my respects
presentó su dimisión she handed in o submitted her resignation, she resigned
pienso presentar una queja I intend filing o making a complaint
presentaron una denuncia they reported the matter (to the police), they made an official complaint
presentar pruebas to present evidence
presentar cargos to bring charges
presentar una demanda to bring a lawsuit
6 (Mil):
presentar armas to present arms
B (TV) ‹programa› to present, introduce
C [Vocabulary notes (Spanish) ] ‹persona› to introduce
el director presentó al conferenciante the director introduced the speaker
me presentó a su familia he introduced me to his family
te presento a mi hermana I'd like you to meet my sister/this is my sister
D
(mostrar, ofrecer): el nuevo modelo presenta algunas novedades the latest model has o offers some new features
presenta muchas ventajas para el consumidor it offers the consumer many advantages
el paciente no presentaba síntomas de intoxicación the patient showed no signs of food poisoning
el cadáver presenta un impacto de bala en el costado (frml); there is a bullet wound in the side of the body, the body has a bullet wound in the side
presentarse
v pron
A
1 (en un lugar) to turn up, appear
se presentó en casa sin avisar he turned up o showed up o appeared at the house unexpectedly
se presentó (como) voluntario he volunteered
se presentó voluntariamente a la policía he turned himself in to the police
tendrá que presentarse ante el juez he will have to appear before the judge
2
(a un concurso, examen): se presentó al examen she took o (BrE) sat the exam
me presenté al concurso I entered the competition
se presenta como candidato independiente he's an independent candidate, he's running as an independent (AmE), he's standing as an independent (BrE)
se presentó para el cargo de director he applied for the post of director
B «dificultad/problema» to arise, come up, crop up (colloq)
estaré allí salvo que se presente algún impedimento I'll be there unless something crops up o comes up
si se me presenta la oportunidad if I get the opportunity, if the opportunity arises
el futuro se presenta prometedor the future looks promising
el asunto se presenta muy mal things are looking very bad
C (darse a conocer) to introduce oneself
permítame que me presente allow me to introduce myself
presentarse en sociedad to make one's debut (in society)
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presentar (conjugate presentar) verbo transitivo
1
a) (mostrar) to present

b) (exponer por primera vez) ‹libro/discoto launch;

obra de arteto present;
colección de modato present, exhibit
c) (entregar) ‹informe/solicitudto submit;

trabajoto hand in;
renunciato hand in, submit
d) (enseñar) ‹carnet/pasaporteto show

e)disculpas/excusasto make;

quejato file, make;
cargosto bring;
presentaron una denuncia they reported the matter (to the police), they made an official complaint;

presentar pruebas to present evidence
f) (Mil):

presentar armas to present arms

2 (TV) ‹programato present, introduce
3personato introduce;
te presento a mi hermana I'd like you to meet my sister, this is my sister

4novedad/ventajato offer;
síntomato show
presentarse verbo pronominal
1
a) (en lugar) to turn up, appear;

presentarse (como) voluntario to volunteer

b) presentarse a algo ‹a examento take sth;

a concursoto enter sth;
a elecciones› to take part in sth;
se presenta como candidato independiente he's running (AmE) o (BrE) he's standing as an independent;

presentarse para un cargo to apply for a post
2 [dificultad/problema] to arise, come up;
[oportunidad] to arise
3 (darse a conocer) to introduce oneself
presentar verbo transitivo
1 (un programa, pruebas, etc) to present
2 (un producto) to launch
3 (a una persona) to introduce
4 (síntomas, características, etc) to have, show
5 (disculpas) to give, present
(condolencias) to give, pay
6 (la dimisión) to hand in
7 (una queja) to file, make
'presentar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
alegar
- compeler
- convenir
- dimisión
- esquema
- revestir
- dar
- demanda
- denuncia
- introducir
- licitar
- moción
- queja
- querella
- renuncia
English:
bring forward
- charge
- claim
- field
- file
- hand in
- host
- introduce
- lay
- lodge
- make out
- model
- pay
- present
- press
- produce
- put in
- put on
- put up
- register
- render
- replay
- report
- represent
- rerun
- respect
- serve up
- set out
- show
- slant
- star
- submit
- table
- this
- bring
- come
- display
- enter
- exhibit
- float
- hand
- notice
- propose
- put
- retake
- sponsor
- tender
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presentar
vt
1. [mostrar, entregar] to present;
[dimisión] to tender, to hand in; [tesis] to hand in, to submit; [pruebas, propuesta] to submit; [recurso, denuncia] to lodge; [solicitud] to make; [moción] to propose;
presente su pasaporte en la ventanilla show your passport at the window;
presentar cargos/una demanda contra alguien to bring charges/an action against sb;
¡presenten armas! [en ejército] present arms!;
es un trabajo muy bien presentado it is a very well presented piece of work
2. [dar a conocer] to introduce;
me presentó a sus amigos she introduced me to her friends;
Juan, te presento a Carmen Juan, this is Carmen;
me parece que no nos han presentado I don't think we've been introduced;
permítame que le presente a nuestra directora allow me to introduce you to our manager, I'd like you to meet our manager;
no se conocían, pero yo los presenté they didn't know each other, but I introduced them (to each other)
3. [anunciar] [programa de radio o televisión] to present;
[espectáculo] to compere;
la mujer que presenta el telediario the woman who reads the news on TV
4. [proponer para competición] [obra] to enter;
presentar una novela a un premio literario to enter a novel for a literary prize;
presentar una película a concurso to enter a film at a film festival;
presentar a alguien para algo to propose sb for sth, to put sb forward for sth;
el partido presentará a la señora Cruz para la alcaldía the party is putting Mrs Cruz forward for the office of mayor, Mrs Cruz will be the party's candidate for the office of mayor
5. [exhibir por primera vez] [planes, presupuestos] to present;
[película] to premiere; [libro, disco] to launch;
el club presentó a su último fichaje ante la prensa the club introduced its new signing to the press
6. [ofrecer] [disculpas, excusas] to make;
[respetos] to pay;
nos presentó (sus) disculpas he made his excuses to us
7. [tener] [aspecto, características, novedades] to have;
este fondo de inversión presenta grandes ventajas this investment fund offers o has big advantages;
la playa presenta un aspecto deplorable the beach is in a terrible state;
presenta difícil solución it's going to be difficult to solve;
el paciente presentaba síntomas de deshidratación the patient presented symptoms of dehydration
See also the pronominal verb presentarse
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presentar
v/t
1 TV present
2 a alguien introduce
3 producto launch
4 solicitud submit
* * *
presentar vt
1) : to present, to show
2) : to offer, to give
3) : to submit (a document), to launch (a product)
4) : to introduce (a person)
See also the reflexive verb presentarse
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presentar vb
1. (personas) to introduce
me presentó a su marido she introduced me to her husband
te presento a Iván this is Iván / meet Iván
2. (programa, idea, propuesta) to present
3. (un producto) to launch
el escritor presenta su nuevo libro the writer is launching his new book
4. (señales, aspecto) to have / to show [pt. showed; pp. shown]
el paciente presenta muy buen aspecto the patient looks quite well

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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