Detailed Translations for settle from English to Spanish


to settle verb (settles, settled, settling)

  1. to settle (establish; colonize; found; )
  2. to settle (entomb; take off; put out; )
  3. to settle (level; get even; pay)
  4. to settle (pay; pay up)
  5. to settle (pay on account; make even; pay)
  6. to settle (arrange; regulate; order; fix)
  7. to settle (pay a bill; receipt)
  8. to settle
  9. to settle
  10. to settle
  11. to settle
  12. to settle (reconcile)
  13. to settle (reconcile)
  14. to settle (establish oneself; take up one's residence somewhere)
  15. to settle (make up; patch up a quarrel)
  16. to settle
    – To apply a payment or credit to an invoice; or, to transfer funds to complete a transaction. 1

Conjugations for settle:

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

Translation Matrix for settle:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
arreglar arrangement; ordening; settling
liquidar auction; auction day; auction rooms; paying off; payment; public sale; sale; sale by auction; settlement
pagar fine
redimir buying out
regular tuning
rescatar buying out
resolver redressing; remedy
- settee
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abonar una factura pay a bill; receipt; settle
aclararse settle clarify
ajustir reconcile; settle placate; soothe
arreglar arrange; fix; make even; order; pay; pay on account; reconcile; regulate; settle adjust; arrange; arrange something; brew; conform to; cook; do odd jobs; find again; finish; fix; fix up; freshen up; furnish; get ready; have ended; have finished; instal; install; join; make decent; make ready; mend; model; prepare; redeem; redevelop; redress; renew; renovate; repair; restore; resume; set up; shape
arreglarse arrange; fix; order; regulate; settle finish; fix; fix it up; get done; manage; pull it off; pull the trick
asistir en el parto reconcile; settle
colonizar colonise; colonize; develop; establish; explore; found; ground; lay the foundations; open up; prospect; scan; settle
cotizar settle
descontar get even; level; pay; settle discount; miscalculate; negociate; negotiate; subtract
desempeñar reconcile; settle accomplish; become aware of; behold; find; fulfil; fulfill; hold apart; honor; honour; keep apart; notice; occupy a position; perceive; practice; practise; see; see in; sense
dirimir reconcile; settle clear up; discuss; patch up a quarrel; talk out
domiciliarse establish oneself; settle; take up one's residence somewhere
establecer colonise; colonize; develop; establish; explore; found; ground; lay the foundations; open up; prospect; scan; settle allocate; appoint; arrange; build; determine; erect; establish; found; ground; identify; initiate; instal; install; institute; lay the foundations; raise; set; set up; start off; tune
establecerse establish oneself; settle; take up one's residence somewhere take root
fundar colonise; colonize; develop; establish; explore; found; ground; lay the foundations; open up; prospect; scan; settle arrange; base; build; earthen; erect; establish; found; ground; initiate; lay the foundations; lay the foundations of; raise; set; set up; start off; tune
hacer paces make up; patch up a quarrel; settle
liquidar settle abolish; break up; clear; demolish; disband; dismantle; dissolve; eliminate; liquidate; sell off; sell out; shut down
ordenar do out; entomb; inter; put out; remove; settle; take off aggravate; arrange; assign to; assort; be in command of; bid; burden; call; card-index; charge; class; classify; clean; clear away; coerce; command; commission; compel; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; direct; do odd jobs; exert power; force; get settled; give an order; give notice of; group; instruct; oblige; ordain; order; preside; proclaim; put away; put in order; put right; range; rank; redevelop; renovate; restore; rule; select; shunt; sift; sort; sort out; systematise; systematize; take the lead; tidy up
pagar make even; pay; pay on account; pay up; settle allocate; allot; assign; atone for; bear the costs; bestow on; bring down; cash; come forward with; confer; cough up; deposit; expiate; give; honor; honour; pay; pay for; pay for one's mistake's; pay off; pay out; pay over; pour; remit; remunerate; repay; reward; send; spend; sprinkle; suffer; take down; transfer; turn out
pagar posteriormente settle
poner en orden arrange; fix; order; reconcile; regulate; settle redeem; redress; repair; restore
redimir reconcile; settle redeem
regular do out; entomb; inter; put out; remove; settle; take off adjust; conform to; fix; join; regulate; tune; tune in
remunerar settle compensate for; counterbalance; honor; honour; make good; pay; pay off; remunerate; repay; reward
rescatar reconcile; settle
resolver do out; entomb; inter; put out; remove; settle; take off bring to a close; come to an end; decide; disentangle; disentwine; end; finish; resolve; solve; stop; terminate; unravel; wind up
saldar make even; pay; pay on account; settle clear; pay for; pay off; sell off; sell out
saldar una cuenta get even; level; pay; settle
satisfacer settle allay; appease; do someone a favour; hush; please; please someone; provide gratification; quiet; satiate; satisfy; saturate; silence; soothe; suffice; tranquilize; tranquillise; tranquillize
solventar settle
- adjudicate; conciliate; decide; descend; determine; ensconce; fall; finalise; finalize; get back; go down; go under; locate; make up; nail down; patch up; reconcile; resolve; root; settle down; sink; square off; square up; steady down; subside; take root
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- make up; reconcile; settle down; take up residence
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
regular at set times; average; civil; feeble; frequent; frequently; many times; mediocre; medium; methodical; middling; normal; not bad; not very good; often; orderly; poor; regular; regularly; so-so; systematic; systematical; systematically; well-ordered; well-regulated; with regularity

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Related Definitions for "settle":

  1. a long wooden bench with a back2
  2. come as if by falling2
  3. take up residence and become established2
    • The immigrants settled in the Midwest2
  4. form a community2
    • The Swedes settled in Minnesota2
  5. become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style2
    • He finally settled down2
  6. make final; put the last touches on; put into final form2
  7. establish or develop as a residence2
    • He settled the farm 200 years ago2
    • This land was settled by Germans2
  8. become resolved, fixed, established, or quiet2
    • The roar settled to a thunder2
    • The wind settled in the West2
    • it is settling to rain2
    • A cough settled in her chest2
    • Her mood settled into lethargy2
  9. bring to an end; settle conclusively2
  10. settle conclusively; come to terms2
    • We finally settled the argument2
  11. end a legal dispute by arriving at a settlement2
    • The two parties finally settled2
  12. come to terms2
  13. accept despite lack of complete satisfaction2
    • We settled for a lower price2
  14. get one's revenge for a wrong or an injury2
    • I finally settled with my old enemy2
  15. arrange or fix in the desired order2
    • She settled the teacart2
  16. fix firmly2
  17. sink down or precipitate2
  18. cause to become clear by forming a sediment (of liquids)2
  19. become clear by the sinking of particles2
    • the liquid gradually settled2
  20. come to rest2
  21. settle into a position, usually on a surface or ground2
    • dust settled on the roofs2
  22. go under,2
  23. dispose of; make a financial settlement2
  24. To apply a payment or credit to an invoice; or, to transfer funds to complete a transaction.1

Wiktionary Translations for settle:

  1. to determine, establish

Cross Translation:
settle instalarse vestigen — er gaan wonen
settle colonizar coloniserpeupler de colons.
settle decidir; resolver déciderrésoudre après examen une chose douteux et contester.
settle determinar déterminerfixer les limites de, délimiter précisément.
settle instalar installer — Mettre solennellement en possession d’une place, d’un emploi, d’une dignité.
settle poblar peupler — (transitive) (fr)
settle arreglar réglertirer avec la règle des lignes droites sur du papier, du parchemin, du carton, etc. cf|papier réglé.

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