opera

opera
'opərə
noun
(a musical drama in which the dialogue is sung: an opera by Verdi.) ópera
- opera glasses
- opera-house

opera n ópera
Del verbo operar: (conjugate operar) \ \
opera es: \ \
3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo
2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo
Multiple Entries: operar     ópera
operar (conjugate operar) verbo transitivo 1 (Med) to operate on;
me van a ópera de la vesícula I'm having a gallbladder operation;
lo óperaon de apendicitis he had his appendix taken out 2 (frml) ‹cambioansformaciónto produce, bring about 3 (Chi, Méx) ‹máquinato operate verbo intransitivo
a) (Med) to operate
b) (frml) [servicio/vuelo] to operate
operarse verbo pronominal 1 (Med) (caus) to have an operation;
óperase del corazón to have a heart operation
2 (frml) [cambioansformación] to take place
ópera sustantivo femenino (obra musical) opera; (edificio) opera house
operar
I verbo transitivo
1 Med to operate [a, on]
2 (llevar a cabo, efectuar) to bring about
II verbo intransitivo
1 (actuar) to operate: Al Capone operaba en Chicago, Al Capone operated in Chicago
2 Fin to deal, do business [con, with]
ópera f Mús opera 'ópera' also found in these entries: Spanish: abono - amante - culebrón - diva - divo - opera prima - telenovela - comedia - libreto - novela - teleculebra English: command performance - grand opera - lover - opera - opera glasses - opera house - pose - soap opera - chorus - soap
opera
tr['ɒpərə]
noun
1 ópera
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
opera glasses indiscretos nombre masculino plural
opera house ópera, teatro de la ópera
opera singer cantante nombre masulino o femenino de ópera
opera ['ɑprə, 'ɑpərə] n
1) : ópera f
2) opus
opera
n.
ópera s.f.
'ɑːprə, 'ɒprə
count & mass noun (pl -ras) ópera f; (before n) <singer, company> de ópera

opera house — ópera f, teatro m de ópera


I ['ɒpǝrǝ]
1.
N ópera f
2.
CPD

opera company N — compañía f de ópera

opera glasses NPL — gemelos mpl de teatro

opera hat N — clac m

opera house N — teatro m de la ópera

opera singer N — cantante mf de ópera


II
['ɒpǝrǝ]
NPL of opus
* * *
['ɑːprə, 'ɒprə]
count & mass noun (pl -ras) ópera f; (before n) <singer, company> de ópera

opera house — ópera f, teatro m de ópera


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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