Acarreado in english


pronunciation: hɔld part of speech: verb
In gestures

acarrear1 = haul ; cart ; tote ; schlep [schlepp/shlep]. 

Example: However, he would prefer a binding that will stand up to being stuffed into after-hours book drops and being hauled from one library to another.Example: In England, this job fell to the nightmen, who came after dark to cart the city waste into the countryside for fertilizer.Example: These bags are the best way to tote around your books, groceries, beach stuff, or even your puppy.Example: Moving day is stressful enough without having to sit for hours upon hours in bumper to bumper traffic to schlep one trunkful of boxes over at a time.

acarrear2 = mean. 

Example: These changes have meant modifications, some very time-consuming, to serials catalogues in libraries.


» acarrear con las consecuenciasbear + the consequences .

Example: It never did me any harm, it just taught me to bear the consequences of my actions and the effects they had on others.

» acarrear consecuenciascarry + implications .

Example: The merging of synonyms carries implications for the effectiveness of the index in terms of precision and recall.

» acarrear peligrospell + dangerhold + danger .

Example: Rising temperatures and acidification in the oceans spell danger for shark populations.

Example: While such a record is an obvious incentive to members to participate, it does seem possible that it holds some dangers.

» acarrear problemasspell + trouble .

Example: But economic experts warn further strong growth this year spells trouble for Sydney around the corner.
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