recomendar

v.
1 to recommend.
recomendar a alguien que haga algo to recommend that somebody do something, to advise somebody to do something
se recomienda precaución caution is advised
no recomendada para menores de 18 not suitable for persons under 18 (película)
2 to recommend (trabajador, restaurante).
3 to recommend to.
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recomendar
Conjugation model [ACERTAR], like {{link=acertar}}acertar
verbo transitivo
1 to recommend, advise
te recomiendo que estudies más I recommend that you study harder
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verb
1) to recommend
2) advocate
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VT
1) (=aconsejar) to recommend

recomendar a algn que haga algo — to recommend o advise sb to do sth

le recomiendo esta novela — I recommend this novel to you

2) [para un trabajo]

lo recomendaron para el puesto — he was recommended for the job

3) LAm (Correos) to register
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verbo transitivo
a) <libro/restaurante> to recommend
b) (para empleo) to recommend, put forward
c) (aconsejar) to advise

no te lo recomiendo — I wouldn't advise it

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= advocate, counsel, direct, make + recommendation, prescribe, recommend, commend.
Ex. In order to understand the citation order that PRECIS indexing advocates it is necessary to examine the function of the operators more closely.
Ex. For example, ALA 5A counsels that collections should be entered under the compiler or editor, individual or corporate.
Ex. This statement directs the user to adopt a number more specific terms in preference to the general term.
Ex. In its final report, however, the Working Group made a number of recommendations concerning the future direction of development relating to authorities.
Ex. Factors here may be: any guidelines set internally, by external agencies or networks restricting the length and content of abstracts, and prescribing stylistic features.
Ex. In the interest of economy, and in order to avoid an overcomplex catalogue these rules recommend selective use of added entries.
Ex. As drill exercises in writing, the writing of book reviews has little to commend it.
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* recomendar a = put + a word in for.
* recomendar directrices = provide + guidelines.
* recomendar encarecidamente = urge.
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verbo transitivo
a) <libro/restaurante> to recommend
b) (para empleo) to recommend, put forward
c) (aconsejar) to advise

no te lo recomiendo — I wouldn't advise it

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= advocate, counsel, direct, make + recommendation, prescribe, recommend, commend.

Ex: In order to understand the citation order that PRECIS indexing advocates it is necessary to examine the function of the operators more closely.

Ex: For example, ALA 5A counsels that collections should be entered under the compiler or editor, individual or corporate.
Ex: This statement directs the user to adopt a number more specific terms in preference to the general term.
Ex: In its final report, however, the Working Group made a number of recommendations concerning the future direction of development relating to authorities.
Ex: Factors here may be: any guidelines set internally, by external agencies or networks restricting the length and content of abstracts, and prescribing stylistic features.
Ex: In the interest of economy, and in order to avoid an overcomplex catalogue these rules recommend selective use of added entries.
Ex: As drill exercises in writing, the writing of book reviews has little to commend it.
* recomendar a = put + a word in for.
* recomendar directrices = provide + guidelines.
* recomendar encarecidamente = urge.

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recomendar [A5 ]
vt
1 ‹libro/película/restaurante› to recommend
un médico que me han recomendado a doctor who has been recommended to me
2 ‹persona› (para un empleo) to recommend
3 (aconsejar) to advise
hazlo si quieres, pero no te lo recomiendo do it if you want to, but I wouldn't advise it o recommend it
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recomendar (conjugate recomendar) verbo transitivo
a)libro/restaurante/personato recommend

b) (aconsejar) to advise;

no te lo recomiendo I wouldn't advise it

recomendar verbo transitivo to recommend ➣ Ver nota en propose
'recomendar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
homologar
- recomienda
English:
advocate
- commend
- exhort
- recommend
- urge
- word
- prescribe
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recomendar vt
1. [aconsejar] to recommend;
el médico me ha recomendado reposo the doctor has recommended that I rest, the doctor has advised me to rest;
me han recomendado este restaurante this restaurant has been recommended to me;
recomendar a alguien que haga algo to recommend that sb do sth, to advise sb to do sth;
te lo recomiendo I recommend it to you;
se recomienda precaución caution is advised;
no recomendada para menores de 18 [película] not suitable for persons under 18
2. [a trabajador] to recommend;
lo recomendaron para el puesto he was recommended for the job
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recomendar
v/t recommend
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recomendar {55} vt
1) : to recommend
2) aconsejar: to advise
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recomendar vb to recommend

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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