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Detailed Translations for rear from English to Spanish


to rear verb (rears, reared, rearing)

  1. to rear (bring up; raise; educate)
    criar; educar
  2. to rear (breed; cultivate; raise)

Conjugations for rear:

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simple past
  1. reared
  2. reared
  3. reared
  4. reared
  5. reared
  6. reared
present perfect
  1. have reared
  2. have reared
  3. has reared
  4. have reared
  5. have reared
  6. have reared
past continuous
  1. was rearing
  2. were rearing
  3. was rearing
  4. were rearing
  5. were rearing
  6. were rearing
  1. shall rear
  2. will rear
  3. will rear
  4. shall rear
  5. will rear
  6. will rear
continuous present
  1. am rearing
  2. are rearing
  3. is rearing
  4. are rearing
  5. are rearing
  6. are rearing
  1. be reared
  2. be reared
  3. be reared
  4. be reared
  5. be reared
  6. be reared
  1. rear!
  2. let's rear!
  3. reared
  4. rearing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

rear [the ~] noun

  1. the rear (bottom; buttocks; ass; )
    la culo; la nalgas
  2. the rear (breeding; raise)
    el cultivo

Translation Matrix for rear:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
culo arse; ass; backside; behind; bottom; bum; buttocks; fanny; rear; rump buttock
cultivo breeding; raise; rear breeding; building; construction; crop; cultivated plants; cultivating; cultivation; culture; edifice; growing; growth; lot; multiplication; plant; plantation; planting; premises; production; rabble; raising; reproduction; scum; structure; vegetation
nalgas arse; ass; backside; behind; bottom; bum; buttocks; fanny; rear; rump buttock
parir dropping young
- back; back end; backside
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
criar bring up; educate; raise; rear breastfeed; breastfeed a baby; breed; clone; cultivate; nurse; suckle
educar bring up; educate; raise; rear brief; develop; educate; explain; inform; instruct; lead up; learn; prepare; school; teach; train; tutor; unfold
parir breed; cultivate; raise; rear bred; bring a child into the world; bring forth; calve; drop young; give birth; give birth to; litter; produce young
- bring up; erect; lift; nurture; parent; put up; raise; rise; rise up; set up
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- rearward
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- bring up; raise

Related Words for "rear":

  • rearing, rears

Synonyms for "rear":

Antonyms for "rear":

Related Definitions for "rear":

  1. located in or toward the back or rear1
    • the chair's rear legs1
    • the rear door of the plane1
  2. the side that goes last or is not normally seen1
  3. the back of a military formation or procession1
    • infantrymen were in the rear1
  4. the part of something that is furthest from the normal viewer1
    • it was hidden in the rear of the store1
  5. the side of an object that is opposite its front1
    • his room was toward the rear of the hotel1
  6. construct, build, or erect1
  7. stand up on the hind legs, of quadrupeds1
    • The horse reared in terror1
  8. cause to rise up1
  9. bring up1
  10. rise up1

Wiktionary Translations for rear:

  1. to lift, raise etc. physically
  2. to breed and raise
  1. the back or hindmost part

Cross Translation:
rear trasero Hintern — menschliches Körperteil, auf dem gesessen wird
rear trasero achterkant — achterzijde, keerzijde, kant tegenover de voorkant
rear atrás; trasera arrière — Partie postérieure d’une chose.
rear trasero derrière — Se dit du côté opposé au devant, de la partie postérieure.
rear educar éduquer — Former par l’éducation, instruire.

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