pose

pose
I
1. pəuz noun
1) (a position or attitude of the body: a relaxed pose.) postura, pose
2) (a false manner or way of behaving assumed in order to impress others; a pretence: His indignation was only a pose.) pose, afectación

2. verb
1) (to position oneself eg for a photograph to be taken: She posed in the doorway.) posar
2) ((with as) to pretend to be: He posed as a doctor.) hacerse pasar por

II pəuz verb
(to set or offer (a question or problem) for answering or solving: He posed a difficult question; This poses a problem.)
pose vb posar
El gerundio de pose se escribe posing
Del verbo posar: (conjugate posar) \ \
posé es: \ \
1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

pose es: \ \
1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo
3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo
3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo
Multiple Entries: posar     pose
posar (conjugate posar) verbo intransitivo to pose posarse verbo pronominal [pájaro/insecto] to alight, land; [avión/helicóptero] to land
pose sustantivo femenino
a) (para foto) pose
b) (pey) (afectación) pose

posar
I vi (para una fotografía, un cuadro) to pose
II verbo transitivo to put o lay down
pose sustantivo femenino
1 (postura) pose
2 (actitud fingida) pose 'pose' also found in these entries: Spanish: plantear - posar - sugerente English: pose - posture - poseur - strike
pose
tr[pəʊz]
noun
1 (position, stance) postura, pose nombre femenino, actitud nombre femenino
2 pejorative (affectation) pose nombre femenino, afectación nombre femenino
transitive verb
1 (problem, question, etc) plantear; (threat) representar
intransitive verb
1 (for painting, photograph) posar
2 pejorative (behave affectedly) presumir, hacer pose
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to pose as hacerse pasar por
pose ['po:z] v, posed ; posing vt
present: plantear (una pregunta, etc.), representar (una amenaza)
pose vi
1) : posar (para una foto, etc.)
2)
to pose as : hacerse pasar por
pose n
1) : pose f
to strike a pose: asumir una pose
2) pretense: pose f, afectación f
pose
n.
postura s.f.
v.
colocar v.
formular v.
plantear v.
posar v.

I
1. pəʊz
transitive verb \<\<threat\>\> representar; \<\<problem/question\>\> plantear

2.
vi
a) (Art, Phot) posar
b) (put on an act) hacerse* el interesante
c) (pretend to be)

to pose AS somebody/something — hacerse* pasar por alguien/algo


II
noun
a) (position of body) pose f, postura f

to strike a pose — ponerse* en pose

b) (assumed manner) pose f, afectación f
[pǝʊz]
1. N
1) [of body] postura f , actitud f
2) (fig) afectación f , pose f

it's only a pose — es pura pose

2. VT
1) (=position) hacer posar

he posed the model in the position he wanted — hizo que la modelo posara como él quería

2) [+ problem, question, difficulty] plantear; [+ threat] representar, encerrar
3. VI
1) (=place o.s.) colocarse; (for artist etc) posar

she once posed for Picasso — una vez posó para Picasso

2) (affectedly) presumir, hacer pose
3)

to pose as — (=pretend to be) hacerse pasar por; (=disguise o.s. as) disfrazarse de

* * *

I
1. [pəʊz]
transitive verb \<\<threat\>\> representar; \<\<problem/question\>\> plantear

2.
vi
a) (Art, Phot) posar
b) (put on an act) hacerse* el interesante
c) (pretend to be)

to pose AS somebody/something — hacerse* pasar por alguien/algo


II
noun
a) (position of body) pose f, postura f

to strike a pose — ponerse* en pose

b) (assumed manner) pose f, afectación f

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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