Detailed Translations for anticipation from English to Spanish


anticipation [the ~] noun

  1. the anticipation (expectation; prospect; hope; outlook)
    la esperanza; la expectación; la expectativa; la anticipación; la previsión; la perspectiva
  2. the anticipation (pregnancy; expectation; wear; )
    el embarazo

Translation Matrix for anticipation:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
anticipación anticipation; expectation; hope; outlook; prospect accelerating; anticipating; hastening; precedes; preliminary; prepaying; speeding up
embarazo anticipation; costume; dress; expectation; looking forward to; outlook; pregnancy; wear anguish; awkwardness; discomfiture; embarrassment; fear; reserve; restraint; reticence; shyness; syness; timidity; timorousness
esperanza anticipation; expectation; hope; outlook; prospect
expectación anticipation; expectation; hope; outlook; prospect
expectativa anticipation; expectation; hope; outlook; prospect
perspectiva anticipation; expectation; hope; outlook; prospect opinion; panorama; perception; perspective; point of view; position; sight; standpoint; view; vision
previsión anticipation; expectation; hope; outlook; prospect anticipating; clairvoyance; decision; decree; facility; forecast; foreseeing; foresight; measure; precedes; preliminary; prognosis; providence; provision; supply
- expectancy; expectation; prediction; prevision
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- forestalling

Related Words for "anticipation":

Synonyms for "anticipation":

Related Definitions for "anticipation":

  1. the act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future)1
  2. something expected (as on the basis of a norm)1
    • each of them had their own anticipations1
  3. an expectation1
  4. anticipating with confidence of fulfillment1

Wiktionary Translations for anticipation:

  1. the act of anticipating
  2. eagerness for future occurrence

Cross Translation:
anticipation expectativa; esperanza ErwartungZustand der Spannung, des Wartens, Ungeduld
anticipation anticipación AntizipationLiteratur: Vorwegnahme, Vorgriff
anticipation anticipación anticipation — Action de se projeter dans l’avenir, de se représenter les résultat attendus d’une action cognitif et/ou de stratégies à mettre en œuvre pour y parvenir.


to anticipate verb (anticipates, anticipated, anticipating)

  1. to anticipate (foresee)
  2. to anticipate (expect; look forward to; look forward)
  3. to anticipate
  4. to anticipate (sense)
    – realize beforehand 1

Conjugations for anticipate:

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

Translation Matrix for anticipate:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
buscar dragging; lugging; searching; searching for
esperar waiting; waiting for
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
adivinar anticipate; expect; look forward; look forward to accuse; advise; charge; conjecture; consider; divine the future; estimate; forecast; foretell; guess; incriminate; insinuate; postulate; predict; presume; presuppose; soothsay; speculate; suggest; suppose; surmise; tell fortunes; tell in advance; think over
afrontar anticipate; expect; look forward; look forward to badger; bait; defy; face; face up to; give rise to; needle; provoke; stand to
anticipar anticipate; foresee advance; forward
anticiparse anticipate
anticiparse a anticipate
buscar anticipate; expect; look forward; look forward to acquire; buy; check; collect; control; dig up; examine; ferret out; fetch; find; get; inspect; locate; look for; look up; obtain; pick up; purchase; research; search; search for; seek; test; try; verify
esperar anticipate; expect; look forward; look forward to await; have one's heart set on; hope; languish; long for; look forward to; pine; to want something very badly; wait; wait for; yearn
estar a la expectativa de anticipate; expect; look forward; look forward to
intuir anticipate; sense be in sympathy with; conceive; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; sympathise; sympathize; think
presentir anticipate; sense
prever anticipate; expect; foresee; look forward; look forward to
sentir anticipate; sense be in sympathy with; be sorry; conceive; deeply regret; encounter; experience; feel; feel empathy for; imagine; intend; pity; regret; sympathise; sympathize; think
- call; counter; expect; forebode; foreknow; foresee; forestall; foretell; look for; look to; predict; previse; prognosticate; promise
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- forestall

Related Words for "anticipate":

Synonyms for "anticipate":

Related Definitions for "anticipate":

  1. be a forerunner of or occur earlier than1
    • This composition anticipates Impressionism1
  2. regard something as probable or likely1
  3. realize beforehand1
    • A good boxer can anticipate the moves of his opponent.2
  4. make a prediction about; tell in advance1
  5. be excited or anxious about1
  6. act in advance of; deal with ahead of time1

Wiktionary Translations for anticipate:

  1. to know of something before it manifests

Cross Translation:
anticipate anticipar antizipieren — etwas erkennen, bevor es eingetreten ist; vorwegnehmen
anticipate contar; calcular rechnenrechnen mit: stark vermuten, dass etwas geschehen wird; voraussehen
anticipate anticipar anticiperdevancer.
anticipate preceder; adelantarse; anteceder précéderaller devant ; marcher devant.
anticipate prevenir; avisar prévenir — (vieilli) devancer, venir avant.

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