Detailed Translations for strains from English to Spanish


strains [the ~] noun

  1. the strains
    el esfuerzos; el empeños

Translation Matrix for strains:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
empeños strains pains; strain
esfuerzos strains efforts; exertions

Related Words for "strains":

strains form of strain:

strain [the ~] noun

  1. the strain (pains)
    el empeños
  2. the strain (tightness; tension; tenseness)
    la tensión; la tirantez
  3. the strain (attempt; effort; efforts; )
    el esfuerzo; el intento
  4. the strain (blood pressure; hypertension; pressure)
    la presión arterial; la presión
  5. the strain (physical effort; exertions; effort; exertion; efforts)
    el esfuerzo; el empeño
  6. the strain (tenseness; tightness)
    la tensión; la concentración

to strain verb (strains, strained, straining)

  1. to strain (stretch; extend)

Conjugations for strain:

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

Translation Matrix for strain:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
concentración strain; tenseness; tightness concentrate on; concentration; density; fix one's mind; focus; focus on; put one's mind to
empeño effort; efforts; exertion; exertions; physical effort; strain decisiveness; efforts; exertions; resoluteness; resolution
empeños pains; strain strains
esfuerzo attempt; effort; efforts; exertion; exertions; physical effort; strain; try ambition; aspirations; efforts; exertions; experiment; test; try
intento attempt; effort; efforts; exertion; exertions; strain; try experiment; insistence; test; try; urgency
presión blood pressure; hypertension; pressure; strain amount of pressure; circulation; compulsion; impression; noise level; pressure; print; sound intensity; sound level; sound volume; volume
presión arterial blood pressure; hypertension; pressure; strain
tensión strain; tenseness; tension; tightness nervousness; stress; tense situation; tension
tirantez strain; tenseness; tension; tightness craving; desire; longing; starch; stiffness; wanting; wish; yearning
- air; breed; form; line; melodic line; melodic phrase; melody; mental strain; nervous strain; nisus; pains; song; stock; straining; stress; striving; tenor; tune; var.; variant
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
estirar extend; strain; stretch get undone; pull out; stretch; stretch out; tighten; unpick; untie
- deform; distort; extend; filter; filter out; filtrate; puree; reach; separate out; sieve; sift; stress; strive; tense; tense up; try
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- advance; compression; filter; harness; sieve; strain at stool; stress
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
empeño headstrong; obstinate; pig-headed; stubborn

Related Words for "strain":

Synonyms for "strain":

Antonyms for "strain":

Related Definitions for "strain":

  1. the act of singing1
  2. an intense or violent exertion1
  3. an effortful attempt to attain a goal1
  4. the general meaning or substance of an utterance1
  5. a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence1
  6. a special variety of domesticated animals within a species1
    • he created a new strain of sheep1
  7. (biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups1
    • a new strain of microorganisms1
  8. (physics) deformation of a physical body under the action of applied forces1
  9. injury to a muscle (often caused by overuse); results in swelling and pain1
  10. (psychology) nervousness resulting from mental stress1
    • his responsibilities were a constant strain1
  11. difficulty that causes worry or emotional tension1
    • she endured the stresses and strains of life1
  12. cause to be tense and uneasy or nervous or anxious1
  13. alter the shape of (something) by stress1
  14. to exert much effort or energy1
    • straining our ears to hear1
  15. use to the utmost; exert vigorously or to full capacity1
    • Don't strain your mind too much1
  16. rub through a strainer or process in an electric blender1
  17. remove by passing through a filter1
  18. separate by passing through a sieve or other straining device to separate out coarser elements1
  19. become stretched or tense or taut1
    • the rope strained when the weight was attached1
  20. test the limits of1

Wiktionary Translations for strain:

  1. Hereditary character, quality, or disposition
  2. Rank; a sort
  1. to stretch too far
  2. to separate

Cross Translation:
strain carga Belastung — eine Beanspruchung, die Schaden verursachen kann
strain distensión ZerrungMedizin: Eine durch direkte oder indirekte Gewalteinwirkung oder Überbeanspruchung des Bewegungsapparates ausgelöste, schmerzhafte Überdehnung der Bänder, Sehnen oder Muskeln, die noch nicht zu einer mechanischen Zerstörung geführt hat.
strain vendar bander — (familier, fr) Occitanie|fr exaspérer, gonfler.
strain filtrar filtrerpasser par un filtre pour séparer un ou des éléments constituants.
strain afligir; entristecer; esforzarse; afanarse peiner — Faire de la peine, causer du chagrin, de l’inquiétude, affliger.
strain dar cuerda remonter — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
strain apretar serrer — Renfermer, ranger, mettre en lieu sûr, à l’abri. (Sens général).
strain cribar tamiserséparer des éléments d'un mélange à l'aide d'un tamis.
strain tender; tensar tendreétirer un fil, une corde, une surface; tirer une corde par plusieurs côtés pour la rendre raide ; étirer une peau.
strain tono; timbre tonson d’une certaine fréquence.