albergar


albergar
v.
1 to accommodate, to put up (people).
2 to harbor (odio).
3 to lodge, to shelter, to board, to give cover to.
María alberga turistas Mary lodges tourists.
4 to keep, to bear in the mind, to cherish, to nurse.
Ricardo alberga sospechas en su mente Richard keeps suspicions in his mind.
Silvia alberga mucho sufrimiento Silvia bears much suffering.
5 to contain.
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albergar
Conjugation model [LLEGAR], like {{link=llegar}}llegar
verbo transitivo
1 (alojar) to lodge, house, accommodate
2 figurado (sentimientos) to cherish, harbour (US harbor)
verbo pronominal albergarse
1 to stay
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1. VT
1) (=acomodar) [+ visitante, refugiado, inmigrante] to provide accommodation for; [+ criminal, fugitivo] to harbour

fue condenado por albergar a un terrorista — he was found guilty of harbouring a terrorist

2) (=dar cabida a) [+ espectadores, público] to accommodate, hold; [+ evento, celebración] to host

el estadio puede albergar a 30.000 personas — the stadium can accommodate o hold 30,000 people, the stadium has a capacity of 30,000

el edificio que alberga la sede del partido — the building which houses the party's headquarters

este terreno albergará 300 chalets — this land will provide space for 300 houses

3) [+ esperanza] to cherish; [+ dudas] to have

aún alberga los rencores de la infancia — he still harbours childhood resentments

2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) <personas> to house, accommodate; <biblioteca/exposición> to house

el hotel alberga a 2.000 turistas — the hotel accommodates 2,000 tourists

el parque alberga una fauna muy variada — the park is home to many different species of wildlife

2) (liter) <duda/odio> to harbor*; <esperanzas> to cherish
2.
albergarse v pron
a) (hospedarse) to lodge
b) (refugiarse) to shelter, take refuge
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= house, shelter, harbour [harbor, -USA], lodge, play + host to, nurse.
Ex. The shared systems are run on an IBM 4341 computer housed at BLCMP.
Ex. Our warehouse shelter a 13 metre high, 60 ton ammonia retort and a 37 metre wingspan airliner.
Ex. When the reference collection fails or the question is broad in nature, the stacks may harbor exactly what is wanted.
Ex. The actual report has been lodged at the British Library but has not been published.
Ex. Being a large city, which plays host to conferences of all sizes on a frequent basis, Glasgow possesses an extremely diverse array of accommodation.
Ex. Not the least of its advantages is its maximum visibility to other library users, perhaps nursing unasked questions of their own.
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* albergar esperanza = hold out + hope, hold out + prospect, hold out + promise.
* albergar un sentimiento = harbour + feeling.
* albergar un temor = harbour + fear.
* volver a albergar = rehouse [re-house].
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) <personas> to house, accommodate; <biblioteca/exposición> to house

el hotel alberga a 2.000 turistas — the hotel accommodates 2,000 tourists

el parque alberga una fauna muy variada — the park is home to many different species of wildlife

2) (liter) <duda/odio> to harbor*; <esperanzas> to cherish
2.
albergarse v pron
a) (hospedarse) to lodge
b) (refugiarse) to shelter, take refuge
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= house, shelter, harbour [harbor, -USA], lodge, play + host to, nurse.

Ex: The shared systems are run on an IBM 4341 computer housed at BLCMP.

Ex: Our warehouse shelter a 13 metre high, 60 ton ammonia retort and a 37 metre wingspan airliner.
Ex: When the reference collection fails or the question is broad in nature, the stacks may harbor exactly what is wanted.
Ex: The actual report has been lodged at the British Library but has not been published.
Ex: Being a large city, which plays host to conferences of all sizes on a frequent basis, Glasgow possesses an extremely diverse array of accommodation.
Ex: Not the least of its advantages is its maximum visibility to other library users, perhaps nursing unasked questions of their own.
* albergar esperanza = hold out + hope, hold out + prospect, hold out + promise.
* albergar un sentimiento = harbour + feeling.
* albergar un temor = harbour + fear.
* volver a albergar = rehouse [re-house].

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albergar [A3 ]
vt
A ‹personas› to house, accommodate; ‹biblioteca/exposición› to house
el edificio alberga a 30 ancianos the building is home to o houses 30 old people
el nuevo hotel podrá albergar a 2.000 turistas the new hotel will sleep o accommodate 2,000 tourists
el parque alberga una fauna muy variada the park is home to many different species of wildlife
el nuevo centro comercial albergará 200 tiendas the new shopping center will provide space for o will house 200 shops
esta parte de la ciudad alberga la mayoría de sus teatros most of the city's theaters are located in this area
B (liter); ‹duda/odio› to harbor*
alberga un sentimiento de culpa he harbors feelings of guilt
todavía albergaban esperanzas de que se curara they were still holding out hope that o they were still hoping that he would recover
albergarse
v pron
1 (hospedarse) to lodge
2 (refugiarse) to shelter, take refuge
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albergar (conjugate albergar) verbo transitivopersonasto house, accommodate;
biblioteca/exposiciónto house
albergarse verbo pronominal
a) (hospedarse) to lodge

b) (refugiarse) to shelter, take refuge

albergar verbo transitivo
1 (contener cosas, alojar) to house
(alojar temporalmente) to accommodate
2 fig (esperanzas, rencor, etc) to cherish, harbour, US harbor
'albergar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
concebir
- alojar
English:
accommodate
- harbor
- house
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albergar
vt
1. [personas] to accommodate, to put up;
nos albergaron en la habitación de invitados they put us (up) in the guest room;
el polideportivo albergó a los damnificados the sports centre provided temporary accommodation for the victims;
el partido alberga a comunistas y ecologistas the party is a home to communists and greens
2. [exposición]
el centro cultural albergará la exposición de Picasso the cultural centre will be the venue for the Picasso exhibition, the Picasso exhibition will be held in the cultural centre;
un antiguo palacio alberga el Museo Antropológico the Museum of Anthropology is housed in a former palace
3. [odio] to harbour;
todavía albergamos esperanzas de conseguirlo we still have hopes of achieving it
See also the pronominal verb albergarse
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albergar
v/t
1 (hospedar) put up
2 (contener) house
3 esperanzas hold out
4 INFOR host
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albergar {52} vt
alojar: to house, to lodge, to shelter
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albergar vb to house
un antiguo palacio alberga el museo an old palace houses the museum

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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