Acertar in english


pronunciation: hɪt part of speech: verb, noun
In gestures

acertar = see + the light ; manage to ; strike + home ; hit + the nail on the head ; be spot on ; get it + (all) right ; hit + the truth ; hit it out of + the park ; hit + a home run ; knock it out of + the park ; be (right) on the mark ; be spot on ; hit + the spot ; hit + the mark ; get + things right ; be (right) on point ; be on target. 

Example: Apologies to those telephone company employees who saw the light years ago and have been trying to convince their employers.Example: Tom Hernandez tried not to show how sad he felt about his friends' leaving, and managed to keep up a cheerful facade until the party broke up.Example: Among many observations in this widely bruited report, one in particular struck home: fewer books had been translated into Arabic in a millennium than were translated into Spanish in a year.Example: One ISO team member hit the nail on the head by saying that the ISO certificate would mean a lot for our customers.Example: The program is spot on -- you can't fault it with the presentation and it's totally inoffensive and suitable for kids.Example: If the reading-boy misread the copy, or if the corrector misheard or misunderstood the reading-boy, a wrong word might be entered on the proof as a correction whether or not the compositor had got it right in the first place.Example: He hit the truth in one point only, the number of windows on one side of the house.Example: We already knew these Irish lads were among the best boy bands out there, but they really hit it out of the park with this romantic song.Example: EGND has hit a home run with the introduction of a new product line, increasing sales projections, and ramping up production schedules.Example: It was a risk, but early results seem to indicate that the duo has knocked it out of the park with the new version.Example: For a directorial debut with no big-name movie stars, the acting is right on the mark.Example: The program is spot on -- you can't fault it with the presentation and it's totally inoffensive and suitable for kids.Example: We focus on quality rather than quantity and hit the spot every time.Example: Who said the problem with the young is not that they aim too high and miss the mark it is that they aim too low and hit the mark?.Example: They understand that tough decisions are required and we need leaders who are more interested in getting things right than just getting along.Example: Their statements were right on point and tugged at the heartstrings.Example: The interesting part comes when one looks back on past predictions to see who was on target and who missed the mark by a mile.


» acertar a un blanco en movimientohit + a moving target .

Example: Hawkmoths slow down their brains so they can hit a moving target.

» acertar conput + Posesivo + finger on .

Example: She was worried about the project, but couldn't put her finger on what was wrong.

» acertarlo todoget + everything right .

Example: Training for full marathons involves a lot of work, and you need to get everything right if you want to become good at it.

Acertar synonyms

strike in spanish: Huelga, pronunciation: straɪk part of speech: noun, verb make in spanish: hacer, pronunciation: meɪk part of speech: verb find in spanish: encontrar, pronunciation: faɪnd part of speech: verb shoot in spanish: disparar, pronunciation: ʃut part of speech: verb, noun score in spanish: Puntuación, pronunciation: skɔr part of speech: noun chance in spanish: oportunidad, pronunciation: tʃæns part of speech: noun reach in spanish: alcanzar, pronunciation: ritʃ part of speech: verb, noun slay in spanish: matar, pronunciation: sleɪ part of speech: verb encounter in spanish: encuentro, pronunciation: ɪnkaʊntɜr part of speech: noun, verb dispatch in spanish: envío, pronunciation: dɪspætʃ part of speech: noun, verb attain in spanish: alcanzar, pronunciation: əteɪn part of speech: verb bump in spanish: bache, pronunciation: bʌmp part of speech: noun, verb tally in spanish: cuenta, pronunciation: tæli part of speech: noun gain in spanish: ganancia, pronunciation: geɪn part of speech: verb, noun bang in spanish: explosión, pronunciation: bæŋ part of speech: noun murder in spanish: asesinato, pronunciation: mɜrdɜr part of speech: noun pip in spanish: pipa, pronunciation: pɪp part of speech: noun happen in spanish: ocurrir, pronunciation: hæpən part of speech: verb stumble in spanish: tropezón, pronunciation: stʌmbəl part of speech: verb, noun remove in spanish: retirar, pronunciation: rimuv part of speech: verb smash in spanish: aplastar, pronunciation: smæʃ part of speech: verb, noun striking in spanish: sorprendentes, pronunciation: straɪkɪŋ part of speech: adjective collision in spanish: colisión, pronunciation: kəlɪʒən part of speech: noun come to in spanish: ven a, pronunciation: kʌmtu part of speech: verb run into in spanish: encontrarse con, pronunciation: rʌnɪntu part of speech: verb rack up in spanish: acumular, pronunciation: rækʌp part of speech: verb hitting in spanish: golpear, pronunciation: hɪtɪŋ part of speech: noun arrive at in spanish: llegar a, pronunciation: ɜraɪvæt part of speech: verb bump off in spanish: asesinar, pronunciation: bʌmpɔf part of speech: verb polish off in spanish: acabar con, pronunciation: pɑlɪʃɔf part of speech: verb impinge on in spanish: afectar a, pronunciation: ɪmpɪndʒɑn part of speech: verb collide with in spanish: colisionar con, pronunciation: kəlaɪdwɪð part of speech: verb
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