Active in spanish


pronunciation: ɑktiboʊ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

active = activo. 

Example: This function can be used when some information on an active order has to be changed.


» active ingredient = principio activo, ingrediente activo, componente activo.

Example: Sederma is a worldwide leader in the development of active ingredients for the cosmetic industry.

» active journal = revista viva.

Example: This page has been updated to display the most recently active journals, including comments.

» active person = persona activa.

Example: Calluses on the hands and feet of an active person are normal.

» active serial = publicación seriada viva, publicación seriada activa, publicación seriada vigente. [Publicación seriada que por el momento sigue publicando números]

Example: A sample of the library's already catalogued, both inactive and active, serials was selected to assist in drawing a conclusion.

» active verb = verbo activo.

Example: Active verbs allow concise and direct expression.

» active volcano = volcán activo.

Example: It is the most active volcano in Indonesia and has erupted regularly since 1548.

» ASP (Active Server Page) = ASP (Página Web Activa).

Example: ASP (Active Server Page) is a convenient and powerful alternative to CGI (Common Gateway Interface) scripting, for Web database connectivity.

» bioactive = bioactivo.

Example: It is therefore suggested that further investigations on these bioactive compounds might be needed to discover and develop new antiviral agents.

» economically active population = población activa.

Example: The indicators used were: economically active population, percentage of gross domestic product destined to research and development, and total number of researchers dedicated to research and development.

» get + active = tomar parte activa.

Example: The library director does not want to take the chance that by allowing the trustees to get active he might lose partial control of the library operation to an 'outsider'.

» hyperactive = hiperactivo.

Example: Learning disabled and mentally retarded children have limited attention span and may be hyperactive or lethargic.

» inactive = inactivo.

Example: Sleep is the simplest category to deal with as the person asleep is unconscious and can be said therefore to be inactive.

» interactive = interactivo.

Example: Here files are relatively compact as they include only references to the current literature, or where interactive retrieval is not regarded as essential.

» overactive = hiperactivo. 

Example: Those with hyperhidrosis appear to have overactive sweat glands.

» politically active = participante en la política, militante político.

Example: Web surfers are more politically active than the general population.

» proactive [pro-active] = proactivo, activo, a priori, con iniciativa, dinámico.

Example: Compiling information of this nature requires a proactive and not a reactive approach to the task.

Active synonyms

dynamic in spanish: dinámica, pronunciation: daɪnæmɪk part of speech: adjective open in spanish: abierto, pronunciation: oʊpən part of speech: adjective, verb agile in spanish: ágil, pronunciation: ædʒəl part of speech: adjective hot in spanish: caliente, pronunciation: hɑt part of speech: adjective quick in spanish: rápido, pronunciation: kwɪk part of speech: adjective nimble in spanish: ágil, pronunciation: nɪmbəl part of speech: adjective physical in spanish: físico, pronunciation: fɪzɪkəl part of speech: adjective busy in spanish: ocupado, pronunciation: bɪzi part of speech: adjective progressive in spanish: progresivo, pronunciation: prəgresɪv part of speech: adjective alive in spanish: viva, pronunciation: əlaɪv part of speech: adjective brisk in spanish: enérgico, pronunciation: brɪsk part of speech: adjective involved in spanish: involucrado, pronunciation: ɪnvɑlvd part of speech: adjective lively in spanish: animado, pronunciation: laɪvli part of speech: adjective activist in spanish: activista, pronunciation: æktəvəst part of speech: noun energetic in spanish: energético, pronunciation: enɜrdʒetɪk part of speech: adjective dancing in spanish: bailando, pronunciation: dænsɪŋ part of speech: noun moving in spanish: emocionante, pronunciation: muvɪŋ part of speech: adjective spry in spanish: ágil, pronunciation: spraɪ part of speech: adjective athletic in spanish: atlético, pronunciation: æθletɪk part of speech: adjective bustling in spanish: bullicioso, pronunciation: bʌsəlɪŋ part of speech: adjective operational in spanish: Operacional, pronunciation: ɑpɜreɪʃənəl part of speech: adjective existing in spanish: existente, pronunciation: ɪgzɪstɪŋ part of speech: adjective fighting in spanish: lucha, pronunciation: faɪtɪŋ part of speech: noun existent in spanish: existente, pronunciation: egzɪstənt part of speech: adjective hyperactive in spanish: hiperactivo, pronunciation: haɪpɜræktɪv part of speech: adjective practicing in spanish: practicando, pronunciation: præktəsɪŋ part of speech: adjective gymnastic in spanish: gimnástico, pronunciation: dʒɪmnæstɪk part of speech: adjective activated in spanish: activado, pronunciation: æktəveɪtəd part of speech: adjective acrobatic in spanish: acrobático, pronunciation: ækrəbætɪk part of speech: adjective eruptive in spanish: eruptivo, pronunciation: ɪrʌptɪv part of speech: adjective dynamical in spanish: dinámico, pronunciation: daɪnæmɪkəl part of speech: adjective participating in spanish: participativo, pronunciation: pɑrtɪsəpeɪtɪŋ part of speech: adjective overactive in spanish: hiperactiva, pronunciation: oʊvɜræktɪv part of speech: adjective activistic in spanish: activista, pronunciation: æktəvɪstɪk part of speech: adjective on the move in spanish: en movimiento, pronunciation: ɑnðəmuv combat-ready in spanish: listo para el combate, pronunciation: kɑmbətredi part of speech: adjective active voice in spanish: voz activa, pronunciation: æktɪvvɔɪs part of speech: noun surface-active in spanish: tensioactivo, pronunciation: sɜrfəseɪtɪv part of speech: adjective active agent in spanish: Agente activo, pronunciation: æktɪveɪdʒənt part of speech: noun

Active antonyms

quiet pronunciation: kwaɪət part of speech: adjective dormant pronunciation: dɔrmənt part of speech: adjective passive pronunciation: pæsɪv part of speech: adjective extinct pronunciation: ɪkstɪŋkt part of speech: adjective inactive pronunciation: ɪnæktɪv part of speech: adjective stative pronunciation: steɪtɪv part of speech: adjective counteractive pronunciation: kaʊntɜræktɪv part of speech: adjective passive voice pronunciation: pæsɪvvɔɪs part of speech: noun
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