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Detailed Translations for prevail from English to Spanish


to prevail verb (prevails, prevailed, prevailing)

  1. to prevail (dominate; predominate)
  2. to prevail (have the upper hand)
  3. to prevail

Conjugations for prevail:

  1. prevail
  2. prevail
  3. prevails
  4. prevail
  5. prevail
  6. prevail
simple past
  1. prevailed
  2. prevailed
  3. prevailed
  4. prevailed
  5. prevailed
  6. prevailed
present perfect
  1. have prevailed
  2. have prevailed
  3. has prevailed
  4. have prevailed
  5. have prevailed
  6. have prevailed
past continuous
  1. was prevailing
  2. were prevailing
  3. was prevailing
  4. were prevailing
  5. were prevailing
  6. were prevailing
  1. shall prevail
  2. will prevail
  3. will prevail
  4. shall prevail
  5. will prevail
  6. will prevail
continuous present
  1. am prevailing
  2. are prevailing
  3. is prevailing
  4. are prevailing
  5. are prevailing
  6. are prevailing
  1. be prevailed
  2. be prevailed
  3. be prevailed
  4. be prevailed
  5. be prevailed
  6. be prevailed
  1. prevail!
  2. let's prevail!
  3. prevailed
  4. prevailing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for prevail:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
subyugar subjugating
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
dominar dominate; have the upper hand; predominate; prevail be the one in control; besiege; besieged; besieges; check; comprise; control; cover; curb; domesticate; dominate; encapsulate; enclose; evnvelope; exercise authority; exert power; have it taped; have the upper hand; include; keep back; moderate; order; reign; restrain; rise above; rule; subdue; surround; tame; tower above; understand; wrap up
imperar dominate; have the upper hand; predominate; prevail exercise authority; exert power; order; reign; rule
mandar dominate; have the upper hand; predominate; prevail aggravate; assign to; be in command of; bid; bring; burden; capitulate; charge; command; commission; contribute; decree; dedicate; deliver; deliver to the door; devote; dictate; direct; discharge; dismiss; drop; enter; exert power; fire; force; forward; give an order; give up; hand oneself in; hand oneself over to; hand over; instruct; lay off; lead; leave; mail; majorate; ordain; order; preside; release; remit; rule; sack; send; send in; send to; ship; supply; take the lead
prevalecer have the upper hand; prevail exercise authority; exert power; order; reign; rule
reinar dominate; have the upper hand; predominate; prevail exercise authority; exert power; order; reign; rule
subyugar dominate; predominate; prevail bring to submission; bring under control; control; enslave; overpower; subject; subjugate; tame
- die hard; dominate; endure; hold; obtain; persist; predominate; reign; rule; run; triumph

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Synonyms for "prevail":

Related Definitions for "prevail":

  1. use persuasion successfully1
    • He prevailed upon her to visit his parents1
  2. prove superior1
    • The champion prevailed, though it was a hard fight1
  3. be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance1
  4. continue to exist1
  5. be valid, applicable, or true1

Wiktionary Translations for prevail:

Cross Translation:
prevail prevalecer vorherrschen — stärker oder weiter verbreiten als etwas Ähnliches sein
prevail prevalecer prévaloir — Avoir l’avantage, remporter l’avantager.