Detailed Translations for remit from English to Spanish


to remit verb (remits, remitted, remitting)

  1. to remit (send; forward; send to)
  2. to remit (deposit)
  3. to remit (pay out)
  4. to remit (transfer; deposit; send)

Conjugations for remit:

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

Translation Matrix for remit:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
depositar putting down
enviar dispatch; shipment
pagar fine
- remission; remitment
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
dar pay out; remit administer; allocate; allot; allow; assign; bestow; bestow on; confer; delate; deliver; deliver up; dispense; distribute; donate; extend; furnish; give; give a present; give along with; give to; grant; hand; hand out; hand over; hand over to; hear; inflict; interpellate; interrogate; offer; pass; pour in; present with; provide; question; ration; send along with; send with; subsidise; subsidize; supply; swing; turn; veer
depositar deposit; remit; send; transfer add; catch; cheat; clearly define; confine; cut back; define; demarcate; deposit; deposit into account; dismiss; drop; fence; fence in; fence off; gull; insert; lay; lay up; laydown; limit; locate; map out; mark out; outline; place; placing; position; put; put down; put someone off; put up; reduce; secure; seize; set; set down; situate; snatch; sneak up on; spoof; station; stock; store; take unaware; tattle; trace out; trick; twig
enviar forward; remit; send; send to capitulate; contribute; decline; discharge; dismiss; dispatch; drop; email; enter; fire; forward; forward on; give up; hand oneself in; hand oneself over to; lay off; mail; redirect; refuse; reject; release; sack; send; send in; send on; send round; ship; submit; supply; turn down
hacer efectivo pay out; remit cash; pay; pay out; pay over
ingresar deposit; remit pour; put in; sprinkle
mandar forward; remit; send; send to aggravate; assign to; be in command of; bid; bring; burden; capitulate; charge; command; commission; contribute; decree; dedicate; deliver; deliver to the door; devote; dictate; direct; discharge; dismiss; dominate; drop; enter; exert power; fire; force; give an order; give up; hand oneself in; hand oneself over to; hand over; have the upper hand; instruct; lay off; lead; leave; mail; majorate; ordain; order; predominate; preside; prevail; release; rule; sack; send; send in; ship; supply; take the lead
mandar a forward; remit; send; send to drive to; steer to
pagar deposit; pay out; remit; send; transfer allocate; allot; assign; atone for; bear the costs; bestow on; bring down; cash; come forward with; confer; cough up; expiate; give; honor; honour; make even; pay; pay for; pay for one's mistake's; pay off; pay on account; pay out; pay over; pay up; pour; remunerate; repay; reward; settle; spend; sprinkle; suffer; take down; turn out
pasar deposit; remit; send; transfer arise; be on one's deathbed; blab; call at; call on; close; come past; come through; cross; decease; decline; die; draw; drop by; elapse; expire; feed; go across; go by; go over; happen; happen to; look for; look up; move over; move past; occur; overtake; pass; pass away; pass on; pull over; ride past; sail past; seek out; shut; swipe; take place; tell; visit; walk across; walk past
proporcionar pay out; remit allow; delate; deliver up; donate; extend; furnish; give; give to; hand; hand over; offer; pass; place at someone's disposal; present with; provide; supply
remitir deposit; remit; send; transfer bring back; capitulate; give up; hand oneself in; hand oneself over to; mail; return; send; send back; ship; supply; throw back
transcribir deposit; remit; send; transfer edit
transferir deposit; remit; send; transfer assign; beam; convert; dislocate; move; pay by Giro; rack; reduce; relocate; remove; resolve; shift; simplify; trace back; transfer; transfer by giro; transform; transpose
transmitir deposit; remit; send; transfer assign; broadcast; communicate; delate; deliver up; extend; give; give to; hand; hand down; hand over; offer; pass; present with
- remand; send back; slacken

Synonyms for "remit":

Related Definitions for "remit":

  1. (law) the act of remitting (especially the referral of a law case to another court)1
  2. the topic that a person, committee, or piece of research is expected to deal with or has authority to deal with1
    • they set up a group with a remit to suggest ways for strengthening family life1
  3. diminish or abate1
    • The pain finally remitted1
  4. make slack as by lessening tension or firmness1
  5. forgive1
    • God will remit their sins1
  6. refer (a matter or legal case) to another committee or authority or court for decision1
  7. release from (claims, debts, or taxes)1
    • The taxes were remitted1
  8. send (money) in payment1
    • remit $251

Wiktionary Translations for remit:

  1. to forgive, pardon
  2. to refer (something) for deliberation, judgment, etc.
  3. to transmit or send, as money in payment

Cross Translation:
remit perdonar erlassen — jemandem eine Strafe nachsehen
remit despachar; enviar; expedir; dirigir adresserenvoyer directement à une personne, en un lieu.
remit excusar; disculpar; perdonar excuserdisculper dans une certaine mesure, présenter une personne ou une action comme moins coupable qu’elle ne sembler.
remit perdonar; excusar; disculpar pardonneraccorder le pardon d’une faute commettre, ne garder aucun ressentiment d’une injure recevoir. — usage En ce sens il a toujours le nom de la chose pour complément direct et le nom de la personne pour complément indirect avec la préposition.
remit aliviar; paliar; atenuar; mitigar soulagerdélivrer, débarrasser d’une partie de quelque fardeau.