operar


operar
v.
1 to bring about, to produce (cambio).
Esto operará un gran cambio This will bring about a great change.
2 to operate.
El motor opera bien The motor runs well.
El doctor opera por la mañana The doctor operates in the morning.
3 to operate on.
Un gran cirujano opera a Ricardo A great surgeon operates on Richard.
4 to manage, to direct, to operate.
Operar la empresa Manage the company
5 to conduct business, to do business.
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operar
verbo transitivo
1 MEDICINA to operate (a, on)
¿quién te operó? who operated on you?
2 (producir) to bring about
verbo intransitivo
1 (actuar) to operate
2 (negociar) to deal (con, with)
verbo pronominal operarse
1 MEDICINA to have an operation
se ha operado del corazón he has had a heart operation
2 (producirse) to come about
se han operado grandes cambios en el país the country has undergone many changes
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verb
to operate
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1. VT
1) (=producir) [+ cambio] to produce, bring about; [+ cura] to effect; [+ milagro] to work
2) (Med) [+ paciente] to operate on

operar a algn de apendicitis — to operate on sb for appendicitis

3) [+ máquina] to operate, use
4) (=dirigir) [+ negocio] to manage, run; [+ mina] to work, exploit
2. VI
1) (tb Mat) to operate
2) (Com) to deal, do business

hoy no se ha operado en la bolsa — there has been no dealing o trading on the stock exchange today

3.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) (Med) to operate on

tuvieron que operarla de urgencia — she had to have an emergency operation

me van a operar de la vesícula — I'm having a gallbladder operation

lo operaron de apendicitis — he had his appendix taken out

2) (frml) <cambio/transformación> to produce, bring about
3) (Méx) <máquina> to operate
2.
operar vi
1)
a) (Mat) to operate
b) (Med) to operate
2) (frml) (funcionar, actuar) to operate

este vuelo operará todos los martes — this flight will operate every Tuesday

3) (frml) (negociar) to deal, do business
3.
operarse v pron
1) (Med) (caus) to have an operation

operarse del corazón — to have a heart operation

2) (frml) cambio/transformación to take place
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= operate, perform + surgery.
Ex. These references operate in a similar fashion whether they are used to link authors' names or subject headings.
Ex. The Philippines is renowned for its faith healers, who often perform surgery without knives.
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* operarse = go under + the knife.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) (Med) to operate on

tuvieron que operarla de urgencia — she had to have an emergency operation

me van a operar de la vesícula — I'm having a gallbladder operation

lo operaron de apendicitis — he had his appendix taken out

2) (frml) <cambio/transformación> to produce, bring about
3) (Méx) <máquina> to operate
2.
operar vi
1)
a) (Mat) to operate
b) (Med) to operate
2) (frml) (funcionar, actuar) to operate

este vuelo operará todos los martes — this flight will operate every Tuesday

3) (frml) (negociar) to deal, do business
3.
operarse v pron
1) (Med) (caus) to have an operation

operarse del corazón — to have a heart operation

2) (frml) cambio/transformación to take place
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= operate, perform + surgery.

Ex: These references operate in a similar fashion whether they are used to link authors' names or subject headings.

Ex: The Philippines is renowned for its faith healers, who often perform surgery without knives.
* operarse = go under + the knife.

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operar [A1 ]
vt
A (Med) to operate on
la tuvieron que operar de urgencia she had to have an emergency operation
operar a algn DE algo:
me van a operar de la vesícula I'm having a gallbladder operation
lo operaron de apendicitis he had his appendix taken out
B (frml); ‹cambio/transformación› to produce, bring about
C (Chi, Méx) ‹máquina› to operate
■ operar
vi
A (Med) to operate
B (frml) (funcionar, actuar) to operate
la protección no operará hasta que el asegurado haya pagado la prima cover will not become effective until the insured party has paid the premium
este vuelo operará todos los martes y jueves this flight will operate every Tuesday and Thursday
las tropas que operan en la frontera the troops operating along the border
C (frml) (negociar) to deal, do business
D (Mat) to operate
operarse
v pron
A (Med) (caus) to have an operation operarse DE algo:
tiene que operarse del corazón he has to have a heart operation
B (frml); «cambio/transformación» to take place
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operar (conjugate operar) verbo transitivo
1 (Med) to operate on;
me van a operar de la vesícula I'm having a gallbladder operation;

lo operaron de apendicitis he had his appendix taken out
2 (frml) ‹cambio/transformaciónto produce, bring about
3 (Chi, Méx) ‹máquinato operate
verbo intransitivo
a) (Med) to operate

b) (frml) [servicio/vuelo] to operate

operarse verbo pronominal
1 (Med) (caus) to have an operation;
operarse del corazón to have a heart operation

2 (frml) [cambio/transformación] to take place
operar
I verbo transitivo
1 Med to operate [a, on]
2 (llevar a cabo, efectuar) to bring about
II verbo intransitivo
1 (actuar) to operate: Al Capone operaba en Chicago, Al Capone operated in Chicago
2 Fin to deal, do business [con, with]
'operar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
vida
- intervenir
English:
collude
- operate
- run
- computer
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operar
vt
1. [enfermo]
operar a alguien (de algo) to operate on sb (for sth);
ese es el médico que la operó that's the surgeon who operated on her;
casi me tienen que operar de urgencia I almost needed an emergency operation;
lo operaron del hígado he had a liver operation;
la han operado de cáncer de pecho she's had an operation for breast cancer;
de pequeño lo operaron de las amígdalas he had his tonsils removed when he was a child
2. [cambio] to bring about, to produce
3. Am [máquina] to operate
vi
1. [realizar una actividad] to operate;
el ladrón operaba en esta zona the thief operated in this area;
el técnico operó con gran precisión the technician operated o worked with great precision
2. Com & Fin to deal
3. Mat to operate
4. Mil to operate
See also the pronominal verb operarse
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operar
I v/t
1 MED operate on
2 cambio bring about
3 L.Am.
manejar operate
II v/i
1 operate
2 COM do business (con with)
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operar vt
1) : to produce, to bring about
2) intervenir: to operate on
3) Mex : to operate, to run (a machine)
operar vi
1) : to operate, to function
2) : to deal, to do business
See also the reflexive verb operarse
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operar vb to operate
han operado a su padre del corazón his father has had a heart operation
me han operado de apendicitis I've had my appendix out

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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