remitir

v.
1 to send.
remitir algo a to refer something to
2 to forgive, to remit.
Ellos remiten los pedidos They remit the orders.
3 to refer.
4 to subside (disminuir) (tormenta, viento).
5 to cross-refer.
Ellos remitieron a Ricardo a otro Dr They cross-referred Richard to another doctor.
6 to relax in intensity, to relax, to abate, to slacken.
La tormenta remitió The storm relaxed in intensity.
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remitir
verbo transitivo
1 (enviar) to remit, send
han remitido aquí su carta you letter has been sent here
2 (referir) to refer
el texto remite a la página dos the text refers us to page two
3 RELIGIÓN to forgive
4 (aplazar) to postpone
5 DERECHO to transfer
6 (ceder) to subside
verbo intransitivo
1 (ceder) to subside
la fiebre ha remitido the fever has subsided
verbo pronominal remitirse
1 (atenerse) to refer (a, to)
se remitió a su propio acuerdo he referred to his own agreement
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verb
1) to dispatch, send
2) refer
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1. VT
1) (=enviar) to send; [+ dinero] to remit, send; (Com) to ship, send
2) [+ lector] to refer (a to)
3) (=aplazar) to postpone
4)

remitir una decisión a algn — to refer a decision to sb

5) (Rel) to forgive, pardon
2.
VI (=disminuir) to slacken, let up
3.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) (frml) (mandar) to send

adjunto le remito los documentos — please find enclosed the documents

b) (Der) (transferir) to remit, refer, transfer
c) <lector/estudiante>

remitir A alguien A algo — to refer somebody to something

2) (Der) (perdonar) to remit
2.
remitir vi
1) fiebre to drop, go down; tormenta to abate, subside

la ola de violencia está remitiendo — the wave of violence is subsiding

2) (a obra, nota)

remitir A algo — to refer to something

3.
remitirse v pron

remitirse A algo — a obra to refer to something

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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) (frml) (mandar) to send

adjunto le remito los documentos — please find enclosed the documents

b) (Der) (transferir) to remit, refer, transfer
c) <lector/estudiante>

remitir A alguien A algo — to refer somebody to something

2) (Der) (perdonar) to remit
2.
remitir vi
1) fiebre to drop, go down; tormenta to abate, subside

la ola de violencia está remitiendo — the wave of violence is subsiding

2) (a obra, nota)

remitir A algo — to refer to something

3.
remitirse v pron

remitirse A algo — a obra to refer to something

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remitir1
1 = dispatch [despatch], send, forward, remit, submit, ship.

Ex: Any surrogates and their arrangement and dispatch to users who can be expected to be interested in the associated document.

Ex: Usually a central cataloguing agency is based upon a national library or copyright office, where publishers are required by law to send at least one copy of every book published in that country.
Ex: It also stores any messages which it cannot forward because the receiving terminal is busy or which can be sent at off-peak times.
Ex: The Court has already ruled that it has power to hear and determine the matter without remitting it back to the lower court.
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: According to librarians, vendors aren't shipping books fast enough.
* remitir + Alguien + a = refer + Alguien + to.

remitir2
2 = remit.

Ex: The fever was resolved and the skin lesions started to remit during the following 3 weeks.

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remitir [I1 ]
vt
A
1 (frml) (enviar) ‹carta/paquete/mercancías› to send; ‹cable/télex› to send; ‹cheque/pago› to remit (frml), to send
adjunto le remito los documentos please find enclosed the documents
sírvase remitirnos el pago a vuelta de correo please remit payment immediately o by return
2 (Der) (transferir) to remit, refer, transfer
3 ‹lector/estudiante› remitir a algn A algo to refer sb TO sth
nos remitió a su último libro she referred us to her latest book
B (Med) to bring about a remission of o in
C (perdonar)
1 (Der) to remit
2 (Relig) to pardon, forgive, remit (arch)
■ remitir
vi
A «fiebre» to drop, go down; «tormenta» to abate, subside
la ola de violencia está remitiendo the wave of violence is subsiding
B (a una obra, nota) remitir A algo to refer TO sth
remitirse
v pron
remitirse A algo ‹a una obra› to refer TO sth
remítanse a la página 50 refer to o see page 50
prueba patrón or de referencia (↑ prueba (1))
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remitir (conjugate remitir) verbo transitivo
a) (frml) (mandar) to send

b)lector/estudiante› remitir A algn A algo to refer sb to sth

verbo intransitivo [fiebre] to drop, go down;
[tormenta] to abate, subside
remitirse verbo pronominal remitirse A algo ‹a obra› to refer to sth
remitir
I verbo transitivo
1 (una cosa a alguien) to send: adjunto le remito la lista de precios, please find enclosed the price list
2 (un asunto, trámite, etc a otra persona) to refer
3 (una condena) to remit
II verbo intransitivo
1 (la intensidad de algo) to subside, drop, go down
2 (un texto a otro texto) to refer
'remitir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
mandar
English:
forward
- redirect
- refer to
- send on
- subside
- refer
- remit
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remitir
vt
1. [enviar] to send;
adjunto le remito mi currículum vítae I enclose my CV;
remití el paquete por correo I sent the parcel by mail
2. [trasladar] to refer;
remitiré tu solicitud al jefe I'll refer your application to the boss
3. [perdonar] to forgive, to remit
vi
1. [en texto] to refer (a to)
2. [tormenta, viento] to subside;
[lluvia, calor] to ease off; [temperatura] to go down
3. [fiebre] to go down;
[dolor] to go away; [enfermedad] to go into remission
See also the pronominal verb remitirse
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remitir
I v/t
1 (enviar) send, ship
2 en texto refer (a to)
II v/i
1 MED go into remission
2 de crisis ease (off)
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remitir vt
1) : to send, to remit
2)
remitir a : to refer to, to direct to
nos remitió al diccionario: he referred us to the dictionary
remitir vi
: to subside, to let up

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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