contact

contact
'kontækt
1. noun
1) (physical touch or nearness: Her hands came into contact with acid; Has she been in contact with measles?) contacto
2) (communication: I've lost contact with all my old friends; We have succeeded in making (radio) contact with the ship; How can I get in contact with him?) contacto
3) (a person with influence, knowledge etc which might be useful: I made several good contacts in London.) contacto
4) ((a place where) a wire etc carrying electric current (may be attached): the contacts on the battery.) contacto
5) (a person who has been near someone with an infectious disease: We must trace all known contacts of the cholera victim.) contacto
6) (a person or thing that provides a means of communicating with someone: His radio is his only contact with the outside world.) contacto

2. verb
(to get in touch with in order to give or share information etc: I'll contact you by telephone.) contactar
contact1 n contacto
I lost contact with him years ago perdí el contacto con él hace años
contact2 vb ponerse en contacto con
I don't know where he is, I can't contact him no sé dónde está, no me puedo poner en contacto con él
contact
tr['kɒntækt]
noun
1 (gen) contacto
have you been in contact with Susie? ¿has estado en contacto con Susie?
I lost contact with her years ago perdí el contacto con ella hace años
her father's got contacts su padre tiene contactos
I've got a contact in the ministry tengo un contacto en el ministerio
transitive verb
1 ponerse en contacto con, contactar con
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to avoid eye contact with somebody evitar mirar a alguien a los ojos
to break contact SMALLELECTRICITY/SMALL interrumpir el contacto
to come into contact with something (touch) hacer contacto con algo
to get in contact with somebody ponerse en contacto con alguien
to make contact SMALLELECTRICITY/SMALL hacer contacto
to make contact with (touch) tocar 2 (get in touch) establecer contacto con, entrar en contacto con
contact lenses lentillas nombre femenino plural, lentes nombre femenino plural de contacto
contact number teléfono de contacto
contact print contacto
contact sport deporte nombre masculino en el que hay contacto físico
contact ['kɑn.tækt, kən'-] vt
: ponerse en contacto con, contactar (con)
contact ['kɑn.tækt] n
1) touching: contacto m, tocamiento m
to come into contact with: entrar en contacto con
2) touch: contacto m, comunicación f
to lose contact with: perder contacto con
3) connection: contacto m (en negocios)
contact
n.
contacto (Electricidad) s.m.
correspondencia s.f.
tocamiento s.m.
v.
contactar v.

I 'kɑːntækt, 'kɒntækt
noun
1)
a) u (physical) contacto m

to come in/into contact with something — hacer* contacto con algo

the plane's wheels made contact with the ground — las ruedas del avión tocaron tierra

point of contact — punto m de contacto; (before n)

contact sport — deporte m de choque

b) u c (communication) contacto m

to come in/into contact with somebody — tratar a alguien

to be/get in contact with somebody — estar*/ponerse* en contacto con alguien

to lose contact with somebody — perder* (el) contacto con alguien

2) (Elec) u c contacto m
3) c (influential person) contacto m

II
transitive verb ponerse* en contacto con, contactar (con)
['kɒntækt]
1. N
1) (=connection) contacto m

to come into contact with — tocar; (violently) chocar con

2) (=communication) comunicación f

to be in contact with sth/sb — estar en contacto con algo/algn

to get into contact with — ponerse en contacto con

to lose contact (with sb) — perder el contacto (con algn)

to make contact (with sb) — ponerse en contacto (con algn)

I seem to make no contact with him — me resulta imposible comunicar con él

radio 4.
3) (Elec) contacto m

to make/break a contact — (in circuit) hacer/interrumpir el contacto

4) (=personal connection) relación f ; pej enchufe m , cuña f (LAm), hueso m (Mex) *, muñeca f (S. Cone) *; (=intermediary) contacto m

he has a lot of contacts — tiene muchas relaciones

business contacts — relaciones fpl comerciales

he rang up one of his business contacts — llamó a uno de sus colegas comerciales

you have to have a contact in the business — hay que tener un buen enchufe en el negocio

he's got good contacts — tiene buenas relaciones

5) = contact lens
2.
VT (gen) contactar con, ponerse en contacto con; (by telephone etc) comunicar con

where can we contact you? — ¿cómo podemos ponernos en contacto contigo?, ¿dónde podemos encontrarte?

3.
CPD

contact address N — dirección f de contacto

contact adhesive N — adhesivo m de contacto

contact breaker N — (Elec) interruptor m

contact centre (Brit) , contact center (US) N — centro m de contacto

contact details NPL — información fsing de contacto

contact lens N — lente f de contacto, lentilla f

contact man N — intermediario m

contact number N — número msing de contacto

contact print N — contact m

contact sport N — deporte m de contacto

* * *

I ['kɑːntækt, 'kɒntækt]
noun
1)
a) u (physical) contacto m

to come in/into contact with something — hacer* contacto con algo

the plane's wheels made contact with the ground — las ruedas del avión tocaron tierra

point of contact — punto m de contacto; (before n)

contact sport — deporte m de choque

b) u c (communication) contacto m

to come in/into contact with somebody — tratar a alguien

to be/get in contact with somebody — estar*/ponerse* en contacto con alguien

to lose contact with somebody — perder* (el) contacto con alguien

2) (Elec) u c contacto m
3) c (influential person) contacto m

II
transitive verb ponerse* en contacto con, contactar (con)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • contact — [ kɔ̃takt ] n. m. • 1586; didact. av. XIXe; lat. contactus, rac. tangere « toucher » → tact 1 ♦ Position, état relatif de corps qui se touchent. Contact fugitif, prolongé. Certaines maladies se communiquent par contact direct. ⇒ contagieux.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Contact FM — Contact (radio) Création 1982 Propriétaire Contact Groupe Slogan « Enjoy Your Life ! » Langue Français Pays …   Wikipédia en Français

  • contact — con‧tact [ˈkɒntækt ǁ ˈkɑːn ] noun [countable] a person you know who may be able to help or advise you, especially because of the work they do: • He has a lot of contacts in the media. • There are some excellent opportunities around, if you ask… …   Financial and business terms

  • contact — CONTÁCT, contacte, s.n. 1. Atingere directă, nemijlocită între două corpuri, două forţe, două energii etc. ♢ expr. În contact cu... = în nemijlocită apropiere de..., în legătură strânsă cu... ♦ (concr.) Piesă care serveşte la stabilirea unui… …   Dicționar Român

  • Contact — (englisch für Kontakt) steht für: Contact!, Album der italienischen Band Eiffel 65 Contact (Band), österreichisches Popduo Contact (Computerspiel), Videospiel für Nintendo DS Contact (Legespiel), Kinderspiel von Ken Garland Contact (Roman), Roman …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Contact FM — City of license Hamilton Broadcast area Hamilton Worldwide (Internet) Frequency 88.1 MHz First air date 1976 Format Student radio …   Wikipedia

  • contact — n Contact, touch mean the state or fact of coming into direct connection or close association with someone or something. Contact implies the mutual relation between two bodies that impinge upon each other {the tangent at its point of contact with …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • contact — [kän′takt΄; ] for v. [, ] occas. [ kən takt′] n. [L contactus, pp. of contingere, to touch, seize < com , together + tangere, to touch: see TACT] 1. the act or state of touching or meeting [two surfaces in contact] 2. the state or fact of… …   English World dictionary

  • Contact 94 — was a radio station that broadcast from France to the Channel Islands between 1988 and 1991.[1] See also Channel 103 BBC Radio Jersey Island FM BBC Radio Guernsey References ^ Contact 94 Reunion September 2008, Paul Easton Flickr Page …   Wikipedia

  • Contact — Con tact (k[o^]n t[a^]kt), n. [L. contactus, fr. contingere, tactum, to touch on all sides. See {Contingent}.] 1. A close union or junction of bodies; a touching or meeting. [1913 Webster] 2. (Geom.) The property of two curves, or surfaces, which …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • contact — (n.) 1620s, action of touching, from L. contactus a touching, from pp. of contingere to touch, seize, from com together (see COM (Cf. com )) + tangere to touch (see TANGENT (Cf. tangent)). Figurative sense of connection, communication …   Etymology dictionary

Compartir el artículo y extractos

Link directo
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”