browse

browse
1. verb
1) ((of animals) to feed (on shoots or leaves of plants).) pacer
2) ((of people) to glance through a book etc casually: I don't want to buy a book - I'm just browsing.) hojear
3) (to search computer material, especially on a worldwide network.) navegar

2. noun
1) (shoots, twigs or leaves as food for cattle.)
2) (an act of browsing.) acción de echar una ojeada; acción de navegar (por la red)
browse
tr[braʊz]
intransitive verb
1 (grass) pacer; (leaves) ramonear
2 (person in shop) mirar
'Can I help you?" --"No, thanks, I'm just browsing' "¿Le puedo ayudar en algo?" --"No gracias, sólo estoy mirando"
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to have a browse (in shop) ir a echar un vistazo, entrar para mirar
browse ['braʊz] vi, browsed ; browsing
1) graze: pacer
2) look: mirar, echar un vistazo
browse
v.
hojear v.
hojear un libro o revista v.
ramonear v.
braʊz
1.
intransitive verb (look) mirar (en una tienda, catálogo etc)

to browse through something: she was browsing through the records/a magazine — estaba echando un vistazo a los discos/hojeando una revista


2.
browse vt (Comput) explorar
[braʊz]
1. VI
1) (in shop) echar una ojeada, curiosear

to spend an hour browsing in a bookshop — pasar una hora hojeando los libros en una librería

2) [animal] pacer
3) (Internet) curiosear
2. VT
1) (also: browse through) [+ book] hojear; [+ clothes] mirar, echar un vistazo a
2) [animal] [+ grass] pacer; [+ trees] ramonear
3.
N

to have a browse (around) — echar una ojeada or un vistazo

* * *
[braʊz]
1.
intransitive verb (look) mirar (en una tienda, catálogo etc)

to browse through something: she was browsing through the records/a magazine — estaba echando un vistazo a los discos/hojeando una revista


2.
browse vt (Comput) explorar

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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  • browse — [ brauz ] verb * 1. ) intransitive or transitive COMPUTING to look for information on a computer, especially on the Internet: cell phones that can browse the Web a ) to look at a Web site on the Internet: an excellent graphical interface for… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • browse — [brauz] v [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Probably from early French brouster, from broust bud, shoot ] 1.) to look through the pages of a book, magazine etc without a particular purpose, just looking at the most interesting parts browse through ▪ Jon… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Browse — (brouz), n. [OF. brost, broust, sprout, shoot, F. brout browse, browsewood, prob. fr. OHG. burst, G. borste, bristle; cf. also Armor. brousta to browse. See {Bristle}, n., {Brush}, n.] The tender branches or twigs of trees and shrubs, fit for the …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Browse — Browse, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Browsed} (brouzd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Browsing}.] [For broust, OF. brouster, bruster, F. brouter. See {Browse}, n., and cf. {Brut}.] 1. To eat or nibble off, as the tender branches of trees, shrubs, etc.; said of cattle …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • browse — UK US /braʊz/ verb [I or T] ► to look through a book or magazine without reading everything, or to walk around a store looking at things without intending to buy anything, or without knowing exactly what you want to buy: browse through sth »I was …   Financial and business terms

  • browse — Grazing animals, rather than people browsing in books, provide the grammatical analogy for the new meaning in computing, ‘to read or survey data files’, which can be transitive or intransitive: (transitive) • Internet cafés aren t just places to… …   Modern English usage

  • Browse — (brouz), v. i. 1. To feed on the tender branches or shoots of shrubs or trees, as do cattle, sheep, and deer. [1913 Webster] 2. To pasture; to feed; to nibble; to graze. Shak. [1913 Webster] 3. To look casually through a book, books, or a set of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • browse — index peruse Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 browse v. To move from website to websit …   Law dictionary

  • Browse —   [dt. blättern, überfliegen, durchblättern], das Blättern in den am Bildschirm angezeigten Daten, meistens in Zusammenhang mit einer Datenbank (Browse Modus) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • browse — 1520s, feed on buds, from M.Fr. brouster, from O.Fr. broster to sprout, bud, from brost young shoot, twig, probably from P.Gmc. *brustjan to bud. Lost its final t in English on the mistaken notion that it was a pp. inflection. Figurative… …   Etymology dictionary

  • browse — [v] look around; look through check over, dip into*, examine cursorily, feed, flip through, get the cream*, give the once over*, glance at, graze, hit the high spots*, inspect loosely, leaf through, nibble*, once over lightly*, pass an eye over* …   New thesaurus

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