associate

associate
1. ə'səusieit verb
1) (to connect in the mind: He always associated the smell of tobacco with his father.) asociar
2) ((usually with with) to join (with someone) in friendship or work: They don't usually associate (with each other) after office hours.) encontrarse, relacionarse

2. -et adjective
1) (having a lower position or rank: an associate professor.) adjunto
2) (joined or connected: associate organizations.) asociado

3. noun
(a colleague or partner; a companion.) socio
- in association with
associate1 n socio
business associates socios comerciales
associate2 vb
1. asociar / relacionar
we associate summer with holidays asociamos el verano con las vacaciones
2. relacionarse
I don't associate with criminals no me relaciono con delincuentes
El gerundio de associate se escribe associating
associate
tr[(adj-n) ə'səʊʃɪət; (vb) ə'səʊʃɪeɪt]
adjective
1 (company) asociado,-a
2 (member) correspondiente
noun
1 (partner) socio,-a
transitive verb
1 asociar
intransitive verb
1 relacionarse (with, con)
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to be associated with something tener que ver con algo, estar relacionado,-a con algo
associate member miembro correspondiente
associate [ə'so:ʃi.eɪt, -si-] v, -ated ; -ating vt
1) connect, relate: asociar, relacionar
2)
to be associated with : estar relacionado con, estar vinculado a
associate vi
to associate with : relacionarse con, frecuentar
associate [ə'so:ʃiət, -siət] n
: asociado m, -da f; colega mf; socio m, -cia f
associate
adj.
asociado, -a adj.
n.
asociado s.m.
compañero, -era s.m.,f.
socio s.m.
v.
asociar v.

I
1. ə'səʊʃieɪt, -sieɪt
transitive verb
a) (involve, connect) (usu pass) vincular

he refused to be associated with the scheme — no quiso tener nada que ver con el asunto

b) (link in mind) asociar, relacionar

2.
vi

to associate (with somebody) — relacionarse (con alguien)


II ə'səʊʃiət, -siət
noun
a) (in business, profession) colega mf

a business associate — un asociado (or socio etc)

b) (member of professional body) colegiado, -da m,f

III ə'səʊʃiət, -siət
adjective (before n) <member> no numerario; <editor/professor> (AmE) adjunto
1.
ADJ [ǝ'sǝʊʃɪɪt]
[company] asociado
2.
N [ǝ'sǝʊʃɪɪt]
(=colleague) colega mf ; (in crime) cómplice mf ; (also: associate member) [of society] miembro mf no numerario(-a); [of professional body] colegiado(-a) m / f ; [of learned body] miembro mf correspondiente

Fred Bloggs and Associates — Fred Bloggs y Asociados

3. VT
[ǝ'sǝuʃɪeɪt]
1) (mentally) [+ ideas, things, people] asociar, relacionar

to associate one thing with another — asociar or relacionar una cosa con otra

I always associate you with Barcelona — siempre te asocio or relaciono con Barcelona

2) (=affiliate, connect) vincular, asociar

to be associated with sth/sb: high blood pressure is associated with heart disease — se vincula or asocia la tensión alta con las enfermedades coronarias

he was associated with the communist party — estaba vinculado or asociado con el partido comunista

it is a privilege to be associated with her — es un privilegio estar relacionado con ella

I don't wish to be associated or to associate myself with it/him — no quiero tener nada que ver con ello/él

4.
VI [ǝ'sǝuʃɪeɪt]

to associate with sb — relacionarse con algn, tratar con algn

5.
CPD [ǝ'sǝʊʃɪɪt]

associate degree N(US) licenciatura f

associate director N — subdirector(a) m / f , director(a) m / f adjunto(-a)

associate judge N — juez mf asesor(a)

Associate Justice N(US) juez mf asociado(-a)

associate member N[of society] miembro mf no numerario(-a); [of professional body] colegiado(-a) m / f ; [of learned body] miembro mf correspondiente

associate producer N — (TV, Cine) productor(a) m / f asociado(-a)

associate professor N(US) profesor(a) m / f adjunto(-a)

associate's degree N (US)= associate degree

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I
1. [ə'səʊʃieɪt, -sieɪt]
transitive verb
a) (involve, connect) (usu pass) vincular

he refused to be associated with the scheme — no quiso tener nada que ver con el asunto

b) (link in mind) asociar, relacionar

2.
vi

to associate (with somebody) — relacionarse (con alguien)


II [ə'səʊʃiət, -siət]
noun
a) (in business, profession) colega mf

a business associate — un asociado (or socio etc)

b) (member of professional body) colegiado, -da m,f

III [ə'səʊʃiət, -siət]
adjective (before n) <member> no numerario; <editor/professor> (AmE) adjunto

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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