Diccionarios Gratuitos

Español

Inglés

Francés

Español

Monolingües

Bilingües

Inglés

Monolingües

Bilingües

Francés
Catalán

Monolingües

Bilingües

Gallego
Alemán
Portugués
Italiano
Polaco
Euskera
Diccionario médico
Diccionario Enciclopédico
Lengua inglesa

No se ha encontrado la palabra exacta. Esto es lo más aproximado:

trail
verb (trailed , trailing )
1 tr & intr to drag or be dragged loosely along the ground or other surface.
2 intr (usu trail along, behind, etc ) to walk or move along slowly and wearily.
3 to drag (a limb, etc), especially slowly and wearily.
4 tr & intr to fall or lag behind in eg a race or contest trailed their opponents by 20 points .
5 to follow the track or footsteps of someone or something.
6 tr & intr
a said of a plant or plant part: to grow so long that it droops over or along a surface towards the ground;
b to encourage (a plant or plant part) to grow in this way.
7 to advertise (a forthcoming programme, film, etc) by showing chosen extracts, etc.
noun
1 a track, series of marks, footprints, etc left by a passing person, animal or thing, especially one followed in hunting.
2 a rough path or track through a wild or mountainous area.
3 something that drags or is drawn behind.
4 the part of a gun carriage that rests on the ground when the limber2is detached.
[14c, meaning -to drag behind-]
trail away or off said especially of a voice or other sound: to become fainter.
trailblazer
noun
1 someone who makes inroads into new territory; a pioneer.
2 an innovator in a particular field or activity. See also blaze a trail under blaze2.
trailblazing
noun
1 the act or process of doing something innovative.
2 the act or process of breaking new ground; pioneering.
adjective innovative or pioneering.
trailer
noun
1 a cart, usually with two wheels, that can be hooked up behind a car, etc, and which is used for carrying small loads, transporting small boats, etc.
2 the rear section of an articulated lorry, as opposed to the tractor unit.
3 N Am a caravan.
4 cinema , TV & radio a preview or foretaste, in the form of a brief excerpt or series of such excerpts from a film, programme, etc, that serves as advance publicity before its release or showing.
5 someone or something that trails behind.
verb (trailered , trailering ) cinema , TV & radio to advertise (a film, programme, etc) with a trailer.
[19c: from trail, except noun sense 4 and verb which date from 1920s, so called because in the cinema -trailers' were shown after the main programme]
trailer park
noun , US an area reserved for mobile homes.
© Hodder Education

Palabras más buscadas

Descubre las palabras más buscadas por usuarios como tú

Acceso