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From the English verb grind:
ground is:
   Past Participle

ground  Verb
  1. Translate "ground" to Spanish: poner en tierra, basar
    English Synonyms of "ground": base, set down, build, found, rest
    Define meaning of "ground": Use as a basis for; found on. ; Place or put on the ground.
  2. Base a claim on some observation.

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  3. Translate "ground" to Spanish: castigar sin salir, encerrar en la casa como castigo, mantener confinado en casa como castigo
    English Synonyms of "ground": confine, keep confined at home as a punishment

  4. Translate "ground" to Spanish: conectar a tierra, conectar con tierra, conectar eléctricamente a tierra, unir a masa
    English Synonyms of "ground": connect electrically to ground potential, connect electrically to ground, earth
    Define meaning of "ground": Connect to a ground.
  5. Ground the electrical connections for safety reasons.


  6. Translate "ground" to Spanish: fundamentar, fundar, sentar
    English Synonyms of "ground": found, base, establish, consolidate, lay the foundations of

  7. Translate "ground" to Spanish: denegar privilegios
    English Synonyms of "ground": deny privileges to

ground  Noun
  1. Translate "ground" to Spanish: suelo, terreno
    English Synonyms of "ground": floor, firm land, terrain
    Define meaning of "ground": The solid part of the earth's surface.
  2. The plane turned away from the sea and moved back over land.
    The earth shook for several minutes.
    He dropped the logs on the ground.

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  3. Translate "ground" to Spanish: tierra, terreno
    English Synonyms of "ground": floor, soil, earth, surface
    Define meaning of "ground": Material in the top layer of the surface of the earth in which plants can grow (especially with reference to its quality or use). ; The loose soft material that makes up a large part of the land surface.
  4. The land had never been plowed.
    Good agricultural soil.
    They dug into the earth outside the church.

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  5. Translate "ground" to Spanish: causa, base, motivo, fundamento
    English Synonyms of "ground": motive, reason, cause, motivator, reason for action, motivation, whys and wherefores
    Define meaning of "ground": A rational motive for a belief or action.
  6. The reason that war was declared.
    The grounds for their declaration.

  7. Translate "ground" to Spanish: tierra
    English Synonyms of "ground": land, terra, sod, terra firma
    Define meaning of "ground": The solid part of the earth's surface.
  8. The plane turned away from the sea and moved back over land.
    The earth shook for several minutes.
    He dropped the logs on the ground.

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  9. Translate "ground" to Spanish: base, fundamento, suelo
    English Synonyms of "ground": base, foundation, bottom, foot, footing, mount
    Define meaning of "ground": A relation that provides the foundation for something.
  10. They were on a friendly footing.
    He worked on an interim basis.

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  11. Translate "ground" to Spanish: tierra, conexión a tierra, toma de tierra, tierra de conducción de baja impedancia
    English Synonyms of "ground": ground connection, earthing, grounding, low-impedance conduction ground, electric ground, earth cable, electrical ground, earth
    Define meaning of "ground": A connection between an electrical device and the earth (which is a zero voltage).

ground  Adjective
  1. Translate "ground" to Spanish: molido
    English Synonyms of "ground": milled, pounded, powdered, pulverized
    Define meaning of "ground": Broken or pounded into small fragments; used of e.g. ore or stone.
  2. Paved with crushed bluestone.
    Ground glass is used as an abrasive.


  3. Translate "ground" to Spanish: esmerilado
    English Synonyms of "ground": polished, frosted, frosted with an emery, polished with an emery
    Define meaning of "ground": To trim and smooth.

  4. Translate "ground" to Spanish: para terreno, terrero

Verb Conjugation for "ground"
Gerund: grounding

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Conceptually-related expressions of "ground"
above ground
above-ground
above ground
above-ground feeler
above ground level
air-ground path
air-to-ground
alligator hunting ground
antenna ground system
anterior ground bundle
antipersonnel bomb that ejects shrapnel close to the ground
area of empty ground
artificial spawning ground
at ground level
average ground
average level of the ground
back-ground music
bare-faced ground dove
be electrically connected to ground
be off the ground
be on firm ground
be on one's home ground
be on one's own ground
be on safe ground
be on the safe ground
be rooted to the ground
beat to the ground
below ground
below-ground placement
below the ground
between two stools one falls to the ground
Biddulph's ground jay
bike rack on the ground
black-fronted ground tyrant
black-winged ground dove
blue-eyed ground dove
blue ground-dove
break fresh ground
break ground
break new ground
breeding ground
bronze-winged ground dove
Buckley's ground dove
building ground
bump one's head on the ground
burial ground
burn to the ground
burying ground
cactus ground finch
camp ground
camping ground
cattle holding ground
CD ground
cinereous ground tyrant
cinnamon-bellied ground tyrant
coffee ground
coffee-ground vomit
coffee ground vomit
coffee-ground vomitus
common ground
common ground-dove
conductivity over homogeneous ground
connect electrically to ground
connect electrically to ground potential
connected to ground
contest ground
cover a lot of ground
cover the ground
create a design by scratching the top layer of paint thus revealing parts of the ground
cultivation in burned ground
dark-faced ground tyrant
dark-ground illumination
dash to the ground
dead ground
decoration technique in which the top layer of paint is scratched to reveal parts of the contrasting ground
dig the ground
direct readout ground station
distance above the ground
divination by lines and figures drawn in the ground
down to the ground
drive into the ground
drop on the ground
dumping ground
effective ground constant
electric ground
electrical ground
electrical property of the ground
electrically connected to ground
electro-optically guided air-to-ground missile
enough ground
explore the ground
factual ground
fall flat on the ground
fall flat to the ground
fall heavily to the ground
fall heavily upon the ground
fall to the ground
fall violently to the ground
false ground
feeding ground
fenced ground
fertilize the ground
figure and ground
figure-ground
figure-ground distortion
figure-ground perception
figure-ground relationship
fill in low ground
filled ground
filled-in roadway across low ground
finely ground sugar
firm financial ground
firm ground
fish ground
fishing ground
flat ground
Flechsig's ground bundle
flying close to the level of the ground
football ground
forward speed of an aircraft relative to the ground
fresh-ground
freshly-ground
from the ground up
gain ground
gallop with a rhythmic tap on the ground
get in on the ground floor
get it off the ground
get off the ground
giant ground cherry
give ground
give ground for
go over the same ground
go to ground
gold-billed ground dove
golden-spotted ground-dove
grain crops in the ground
grazing ground
grazing-ground
green-tailed ground warbler
ground-ground path
ground-to-ground
ground-to-ground missile
growth or orientation away from the ground
have one's ear to the ground
have one's ears to the ground
have one's eyes glued to the ground
have one's feet on the ground
heap oneself on top of a person who is on the ground
height above ground
Henderson's ground jay
high ground land
high ground terrain
hilly ground
hit the ground running
hold one's ground
holding ground
horse that trots with its hooves near the ground
Hume's ground jay
hunting ground
impression left by the foot on the ground
in on the ground floor
in profile with all four feet on the ground
in the ground
keep an ear to the ground
keep one's ears to the ground
keep one's feet on the ground
kick given to the ball in football before it touches the ground
kiss the ground
kneel to the ground
knock to the ground
know not one's ass from a hole in the ground
land on the ground
landing ground
landlord who receives ground rent
large cactus ground finch
large ground finch
large hairy spider that does not spin webs but construct tubular burrows in the ground
lateral ground bundle
layer of volcanic dust covering the ground
leafless flower-bearing stalk growing directly from the ground
legal ground
lesser ground-cuckoo
level ground
level with ground
leveled ground
leveling of ground
levelled ground
line drawn on the ground
little ground tyrant
located on or above the ground
located on the ground
located under the surface of the ground
loose ground
lose ground
low frequency ground wave
low-impedance conduction ground
low leap by a horse in which all four feet leave the ground
low lying ground
maintain one's ground
make the ground ready
make up for lost ground
maroon-chested ground-dove
marquesas ground dove
marshy ground
mauve-spotted ground dove
medium ground finch
middle ground
Moreno's bare-faced ground dove
naturally bowed towards the ground
near ground level
near the ground level
negotiating ground
net ground lease
new ground plough
new ground plow
newly-ground
not to know the difference between his ass and a hole in the ground
ochre-naped ground tyrant
off the ground
on delicate ground
on ground level
on the cold hard ground
on the ground
on the ground floor
on the ground that
on the very ground
open-air ground
open ground
open the ground
Pander's ground jay
parade ground
parrot of New Zealand which is unable to fly and dwells in burrows in the ground
part of a building that is below the level of the ground
parts of a building that are below the level of the ground
patterned ground
paw the ground
Pelew ground dove
pestilential exhalation coming from the ground
phase of the ground wave
picnic ground
Picui ground dove
piece of empty ground
piece of ground
plain-breasted ground-dove
plain-capped ground tyrant
playing ground
pleasure ground
Pleske's ground jay
precipitate to the ground
prepare the ground
pressure on ground
Prevost's ground-sparrow
protective ground
proving ground
Puna ground tyrant
purple-barred ground dove
purple-breasted ground dove
put feet on the ground
put one's feet on the ground
put the feet on the ground
railroad crossing at ground level
railway crossing at ground level
raze to the ground
reclaimed ground
recreation ground
reflection coefficient of the ground
reinforced concrete or steel column supporting a building above an open ground level
remote sensing ground resolution
retting on ground
rising ground
rocky ground
roll along the ground
rough ground
rubby ground dove
ruddy ground-dove
rufous-naped ground tyrant
rufous-vented ground-cuckoo
run into the ground
run to ground
rusty-crowned ground sparrow
sandy ground
Santa Cruz ground dove
scaly-breasted ground dove
school ground
school play-ground
secluded fishing ground
secondary shoot that arises from the ground
set foot on the ground
set the feet on the ground
sharp-beaked ground finch
shift one's ground
shifting of roots on the ground
shooting ground
show ground
signal ground
sit on firm ground
skim along the ground
sloping ground
slow downhill movement of soil or other material in areas typically underlain by frozen ground
small ground finch
small rise on the ground
Society Island ground dove
solid ground
sow on barren ground
sow on stony ground
sown ground
spawning ground
sports ground
spot-billed ground tyrant
spreading ground
squat close to the ground
stamping ground
stand one's ground
stay-out ground
stiff negotiating ground
stomp on the ground
stone-ground
study of increasing the habitability of the ground
stump on the ground
subsidence of fresh concrete on the ground
sufficient ground
suit down to the ground
swampy ground
take off from the ground
Tanna ground dove
teeing ground
tendency to turn away from the ground
testing ground
that grows on or close to the ground
that lives near the surface of the ground
that lives on or in the ground
thick-billed ground dove
thick on the ground
thin on the ground
throw off to the ground
throw on the ground
throw oneself to the ground
to the ground
Tom Tiddler's Ground
touch ground
tracing of ground water
training ground
training of ground water
trample ground
Truk Island ground dove
unbuilt ground
uncultivated ground
under the ground
unfirm ground
untrodden ground
vantage ground
vertical subsidence of fresh concrete in the ground
very hard ground ball
waste disposal in the ground
Wetar island ground dove
which bends up or away from the ground
which grows in waste ground
which inhabits the ground
which lives in or on the ground
which takes place on the ground
white-breasted ground pigeon
white-browed ground tyrant
white-eared ground-sparrow
white-fronted ground tyrant
white-winged ground warbler
wing-in-ground-effect
with one's feet on the ground
with the feet on the ground
without valid ground
work in which the top layer of paint has been scratched in parts to display the contrasting ground
work into the ground
work oneself to the ground
works in which the top layer of paint has been scratched in parts to display the contrasting ground
World Atlas of ground conductivities
wrestle to the ground
grind  Verb
Plural: grinds
  1. Translate "grind" to Spanish: moler, majar, triturar, deshacer en partículas pequeñas, reducir a polvo, machar, machucar, molturar
    English Synonyms of "grind": mash, mill, crush, grind up, pound, powder, pulverise
    Define meaning of "grind": Reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading.
  2. Grind the spices in a mortar.
    Mash the garlic.

  3. Translate "grind" to Spanish: afilar, desbastar, amolar, asperonar
    English Synonyms of "grind": sharpen, edge, hone, point, put an edge on, taper, whet
    Define meaning of "grind": Give a point to.; Make sharp or sharper.

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  5. Translate "grind" to Spanish: hacer rechinar
    English Synonyms of "grind": gnash, grate
    Define meaning of "grind": Make a grating or grinding sound by rubbing together. ; Press or grind with a crunching noise.
  6. Grate one's teeth in anger.


  7. Translate "grind" to Spanish: regañar furiosamente, azotar verbalmente
    English Synonyms of "grind": give the dickens, reprimand severely, tell off, bear down on, bawl out, chew out, tick off

  8. Translate "grind" to Spanish: quemarse las cejas estudiando, estudiar aplicadamente, quemarse las cejas, quemarse las pestañas
    English Synonyms of "grind": burn the midnight oil, study intensely, bone up, lucubrate, study diligently, study until late at night, muzz, swot up

  9. Translate "grind" to Spanish: dar vuelta a la manivela de
    English Synonyms of "grind": turn the crank of


  10. Translate "grind" to Spanish: rotar la pelvis en el acto sexual
    English Synonyms of "grind": rotate one's pelvis in the sex act

  11. Translate "grind" to Spanish: rotar la pelvis en imitación al acto sexual
    English Synonyms of "grind": rotate one's pelvis in imitation of the sex act

  12. Translate "grind" to Spanish: atraer y abordar a una multitud en un espectáculo
    English Synonyms of "grind": attract and address a crowd at a show


grind  Noun
  1. Translate "grind" to Spanish: estudio penoso, estudio pesado, matada
    English Synonyms of "grind": long and arduous study session, swot
    Define meaning of "grind": Hard monotonous routine work.

  2. Translate "grind" to Spanish: trabajo penoso, trabajo monótono y aburrido, trabajo pesado, azacaneo
    English Synonyms of "grind": drudgery, moil, plodding, tiresome work, sweat, toil, fag, tiresome job
    Define meaning of "grind": Hard monotonous routine work.

  3. Translate "grind" to Spanish: nerdo, chancón, empollón, matado, mateo, pilo, traga, verde
    English Synonyms of "grind": boring person who is too interested in the details of a hobby and finds it difficult to socialize, derogatory school slang for a diligent or hard-working student, nerd, boffin, mugster, swot, wonk
    Define meaning of "grind": An insignificant student who is ridiculed as being affected or studying excessively.

Verb Conjugation for "grind"
Gerund: grinding

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