Detailed Translations for buckle from English to Spanish


buckle [the ~] noun

  1. the buckle
    la hebilla

to buckle verb (buckles, buckled, buckling)

  1. to buckle (collapse)
  2. to buckle
  3. to buckle (strap)

Conjugations for buckle:

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

Translation Matrix for buckle:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cerrar con hebilla buckle up; buckling together; clasping
derrumbarse tumble
hebilla buckle
hundirse collapsing; going down; plummeting; sinking; sliding; slumping; subsiding
- warp
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abrochar con hebilla buckle
caerse buckle; collapse bore through; break down; break off; collapse; crash down; drop; fall down; fall off; implode; knock down; knock over; penetrate; pierce; pour in; prolapse; sag; slump; somersault; strike down; tip over; topple over; tumble
cerrar con hebilla buckle; strap
derrumbarse buckle; collapse bore through; break down; break off; break up; collapse; crash; crash down; crumble; decay; disintegrate; drop; fall; fall apart; fall down; fall into decay; fall to bits; fall to pieces; flop down; give way; go to pieces; go to ruin; go to the dogs; have a breakdown; implode; penetrate; pierce; plop down; plummet; plump down; prolapse; sag; sink; slump; take a plunge; thunder down; topple down; tumble
desmayarse buckle; collapse conk out; faint; have a fainting fit; swoon
desplomarse buckle; collapse break up; collapse; crash down; crumble; decay; disintegrate; drop; drop down; fall apart; fall into decay; fall to bits; fall to pieces; go to ruin; sink down; tumble down
hundirse buckle; collapse allay; bear; bend; break down; break off; bulge; bulge out; calm down; cave in; chill; collapse; cool; cool down; cool off; crash down; crumble; decay; defect; desert; disintegrate; drop; endure; fall; fall apart; fall into decay; fall to bits; fall to pieces; get cold; get cooler; get fresh; give way; go to ruin; grow cold; grow cooler; prolapse; refrigerate; sag; sink; sink in; slump; soothe; stand; subside; sustain; throw oneself; tumble
- clasp; crumple; heave; warp
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- agraffe; clasp

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Related Definitions for "buckle":

  1. fastener that fastens together two ends of a belt or strap; often has loose prong1
  2. a shape distorted by twisting or folding1
  3. bend out of shape, as under pressure or from heat1
    • The highway buckled during the heat wave1
  4. fold or collapse1
    • His knees buckled1
  5. fasten with a buckle or buckles1

Wiktionary Translations for buckle:

  1. belt clasp

Cross Translation:
buckle hebilla gesp — (f)/(m)
buckle hebilla; broche SchnalleVerschluss an einem Gürtel oder Riemen
buckle hebilla boucle — anneau qui ferme une ceinture
buckle colgante; durante pendantpartie du baudrier ou du ceinturon au travers de laquelle on passe l’épée pour l’y pendre.
buckle doblar; arquear; encorvar ployerfléchir, courber.

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