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Detailed Translations for herald from English to Spanish


herald [the ~] noun

  1. the herald (forerunner; harbinger)
    el precursor; el mensajero; el síntoma; la precursora; el signo precursor; el indicio; el presagio
  2. the herald
    el heraldo

to herald verb (heralds, heralded, heralding)

  1. to herald (ring in; start; begin; open)

Conjugations for herald:

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

Translation Matrix for herald:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abrir opening; opening up; unlocking
arrancar break off; cranking up; interrupting; severing; tearing loose; tearing off; wresting from
heraldo herald
indicio forerunner; harbinger; herald evidence; indication; omen; sign; symptom
mensajero forerunner; harbinger; herald carrier; courier; delivery-man; express courier; mailman; messenger; messenger boy; postman
precursor forerunner; harbinger; herald epoch maker; pioneer; preacher; predecessor; trailblazer
precursora forerunner; harbinger; herald
presagio forerunner; harbinger; herald forecast; prediction; prognosis
signo precursor forerunner; harbinger; herald
síntoma forerunner; harbinger; herald evidence; indication; omen; sign; symptom
- forerunner; harbinger; precursor; predecessor; trumpeter
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abrir begin; herald; open; ring in; start bare; break open; bring up; broach; broach a subject; clearly define; crack; cut into; decode; define; demarcate; dislodge; draw open; fence; fence in; fence off; force open; get undone; introduce; knock open; make public; map out; mark out; open; open up; outline; publish; pull out; push open; put forward; put on the table; release; start; tear open; trace out; unbolt; uncover; unlock; unpick; untie
arrancar begin; herald; open; ring in; start be in need; be in want; begin; boot; break up; bring down; cadge; commence; dig up; drive; elbow out; extort; get open; get undone; go short; lift; mooch; obtain by begging; open; pinch and scrape; prompt; pull off; pull out; push aside; push away; put to the sword; rip; rip off; set in motion; set up; shake off; snatch; snatch away; start; start to; start up; strike up; take down; take of the body; take off; take on; tear loose; tear off; tear out; turn out; undertake; undo; unpick; untie; urge; wrest from
inaugurar begin; herald; open; ring in; start bless; bring up; broach; broach a subject; consecrate; cut into; inaugurate; initiate; instal; install; introduce; open; put forward; put on the table; sanctify; start
- acclaim; announce; annunciate; foretell; hail; harbinger

Related Words for "herald":

  • heralding, heralds

Synonyms for "herald":

Related Definitions for "herald":

  1. something that precedes and indicates the approach of something or someone1
  2. (formal) a person who announces important news1
    • the chieftain had a herald who announced his arrival with a trumpet1
  3. praise vociferously1
  4. greet enthusiastically or joyfully1
  5. foreshadow or presage1

Wiktionary Translations for herald:

  1. announce
  1. an official whose speciality is heraldry
  2. a harbinger giving signs of things to come

Cross Translation:
herald heraldo héraut — (vieilli) officier qui anciennement était charger de faire certaines publications solennelles ou certains messages importants, et qui remplir en outre diverses fonctions dans les cérémonies public.