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le·van·tar  Verb
  1. Translate "levantar" to English: raise, put up, raise up
    Spanish Synonyms of "levantar": alzar, construir, elevar, erguir, poner de pie, subir
    Define meaning of "levantar": Izar, alzar, elevar, mover algo hacia arriba. ; Elevar(se), alzar(se), situar(se) algo mas arriba de donde (se) estaba.
  2. Ellos levantan la columna, They raise the column.

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  3. Translate "levantar" to English: wake up
    Spanish Synonyms of "levantar": despertar, despabilar, reavivar
    Define meaning of "levantar": Interrumpir(se) el sueño de alguien. ; Hacer recapacitar sobre uno/a mismo/a o sobre algo, abrir los ojos a la realidad.
  4. Levanto a mis hijos muy temprano, I wake up my children very early.

  5. Translate "levantar" to English: stir to rebellion, insurrectionise, insurrectionize
    Spanish Synonyms of "levantar": incitar a la rebelión, incitar a rebelión, insurreccionar, amotinar, encender los ánimos
    Define meaning of "levantar": Rebelar(se), sublevar(se), alzar(se) contra la ley y orden establecidos.
  6. La injusticia levanta a las masas, Injustice stirs the masses to rebellion.

  7. Translate "levantar" to English: lift up, elevate, lift, lift off, pull up, get up, heft, hoist, jack, push up, hump, press up
    Spanish Synonyms of "levantar": alzar, empinar, levantar en alto, parar, poner erecto, subir
    Define meaning of "levantar": Izar, alzar, elevar, mover algo hacia arriba. ; Elevar(se), alzar(se), situar(se) algo mas arriba de donde (se) estaba. ; Poner(se) derecha, en posición vertical o en pie una persona u objeto.
  8. Ellos levantaron el auto, They lifted up the car.

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  9. Translate "levantar" to English: suspend, adjourn
    Spanish Synonyms of "levantar": prorrogar, suspender, aplazar, parar, cesar, dejar en suspenso, dejar sin acabar, interrumpir
    Define meaning of "levantar": Perdonar, suspender una ley, castigo, pena o prohibición.
  10. Ellos levantaron la sesión, They suspended the session.

  11. Translate "levantar" to English: construct, build
    Spanish Synonyms of "levantar": construir, edificar, erigir, hacer, estructurar, fincar
    Define meaning of "levantar": Construir, fabricar, edificar. ; Erigir, establecer, instituir.
  12. Ellos levantaron un rancho, They constructed a ranch.

  13. Translate "levantar" to English: cheer up, bolster up, cheer one's spirits up
    Spanish Synonyms of "levantar": alentar, amenizar, elevar, reanimar
    Define meaning of "levantar": Animar, alegrar, infundir aliento o esfuerzo, dar energía o vigor.
  14. Sus palabras nos levantaron el ánimo, His words cheered our spirits up.

  15. Translate "levantar" to English: bear up, put up, upbear
    Spanish Synonyms of "levantar": mantener en alto, poner a la vista, poner en alto
    Define meaning of "levantar": Elevar(se), alzar(se), situar(se) algo mas arriba de donde (se) estaba.
  16. Ellos levantaron el estandarte, They bore up the banner.

  17. Translate "levantar" to English: abolish, proscribe, revoke
    Spanish Synonyms of "levantar": anular, suprimir, abolir, cancelar, derogar, echar abajo, proscribir
    Define meaning of "levantar": Abolir, deshacer, dejar sin fuerza o valor a algo o alguien. ; Cancelar(se), suspender(se) algo previamente anunciado, autorizado o proyectado.
  18. Levantaron la prohibición ayer, They abolished the prohibition yesterday.

Verb Conjugation for "levantar"
Gerund: levantando
Past Participle: levantado

yo

él/ella/usted

nosotros

vosotros

ellos/ustedes

levanto

levantas

levanta

levantamos

levantáis

levantan

levanté

levantaste

levantó

levantamos

levantasteis

levantaron

levantaré

levantarás

levantará

levantaremos

levantaréis

levantarán

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