Traducción de consolidate en español:


consolidar, v.

Pronunciación /kənˈsɑləˌdeɪt/ /kənˈsɒlɪdeɪt/

Ver definición en español de consolidar

verbo transitivo

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    (support/reputation/position) consolidar
    • As he looks ahead to the history books, however, he seems to realize that hard power alone will not consolidate his position.
    • The local club made home advantage tell and both teams secured second places, consolidating their mid-table positions.
    • The acquisition forms part of the Group's strategy of category and geographic expansion of its trade division and firmly consolidates the Group's position in the South East of the country.
    • Finals are pretty much assured for all teams, just final positions need to be consolidated.
    • This medical monopoly has throughout the twentieth century continued to consolidate and strengthen its power.
    • Her life and practices became all about consolidating Louis XIV's position as a great king.
    • Within the disputed border region, military forces from the neighboring state continue to consolidate their positions.
    • Leaders hate to be thwarted; it is in the nature of power to consolidate itself.
    • At the same time regional power centers are evolving and consolidating their positions, aspiring to a greater role in the world community.
    • But he consolidated his position at home, extending royal power into Caithness and Ross, and above all into Galloway, a show of strength derived from his ability to exploit feudal inheritance law.
    • In the period up to and immediately beyond World War II Atlanta consolidated its position of regional dominance in the air network.
    • The UK has world-class neuroscience, and this Centre would consolidate the UK's position as a global leader.
    • As he continues to consolidate his position in the world of entertainment, his tricks are still breathtaking and dramatic.
    • He won power in an election that year and consolidated his position in an imperial coup of 1851 after which his government arrested agitators to deport them and he became a hated despot, the enemy of republicanism.
    • Taken together, they paint a chilling picture of an administration more concerned with consolidating its power than national security or the health and welfare of Americans.
    • The vision includes consolidating Mexico's position in a pan-American trading block, but important social improvements are envisaged as well.
    • To avoid such an outcome, an attacker may resort to an ‘operational pause’ to consolidate his position before continuing the attack.
    • As imperialist globalisation tries to consolidate its power the world over, building a mass anti-imperialist women's movement is more important than ever.
    • In my opinion, your country has enormous potential to build and consolidate an outstanding position as a European and international tourist destination.
    • He said he had no doubt that the additional guarantees inherent in that standard will further consolidate the market position of quality-assured eggs.
    • There he made preparations for his first attempts to consolidate purified platinum powder into a solid plug and to hammer it into a metallic ingot.
    • This pore sealant both slows down corrosion of the zinc and consolidates the layer of zinc corrosion products, in order to maintain their protective effect.
    • Strips of suitable length are cut, and are then beaten with a hammer in order to consolidate the substance of the hide.
    • Special furnaces and fire grates have therefore for a long time been in use for this purpose, whilst in recent times attempts have been made to consolidate the substance into briquettes before burning it, which have met with a fair amount of success.
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    (companies) fusionar
    (debts) consolidar
    • The service consolidates a number of separate services that used to exist in different parts of the county.
    • I feel the whole conference could have been consolidated into a single day if the tracks had been put together correctly.
    • And, in time, the two technologies - Workplace Messaging and Notes - will be consolidated as a single technology.
    • Then, in 1999, the lender suggested that the single mom consolidate her two mortgages into one.
    • Another argument put forward is that the number of treaties signed with each member state are so many as to create a mass of overlapping complex texts that need to be consolidated into a single overriding treaty.
    • Freed from distracting desires which could never be adequately fulfilled, I pass through life with confidence and purpose, the multiple identities of my past consolidated into a unified whole.
    • Staffers are studying how to consolidate the paper's four weekly magazines into a single Sunday magazine of up to 32 pages, she said.
    • The bank wants to consolidate its 20 Edinburgh offices to a ‘single digit’ on three sites - the city centre, the Gyle and Gogarburn.
    • One option being considered is to consolidate Chippenham and Malmesbury's sorting offices into a single, purpose built facility in Chippenham.
    • Some members of Congress seek to create a single voice for space, consolidating all Department of Defense space activities.
    • Three Taiwanese government-owned banks have merged in order to consolidate banking activities in the country, overcrowded by too many banks.
    • My primary school, a split site in the years that I was there, consolidated to a single newer building in the 1980s.
    • Try consolidating a number of servers to one bigger one.
    • An Interior charge card task force recommended that the three parallel card systems be consolidated into a single accounting process.
    • As a result, customers will streamline their storage management and consolidate the number of vendors they support.
    • One idea that has come to light is to consolidate the number of local coverage bodies from one per state to about 20 across the nation.
    • Carrying on an old tradition, many airlines have been known to cancel a flight, to consolidate the numbers of passengers on board.
    • You can lock in a fixed rate on your federal loans if you have two or more loans that can be consolidated into one.
    • By consolidating the ten pre-Napoleonic states into three parts, toppling the old dynasties, and inspiring patriots to develop new programmes of unity and independence, Napoleon advanced the cause of national unity.
    • This will mean that the nine separate land transport programmes for Auckland will be consolidated into just two for the authority and Transit New Zealand.
    • You can get around the cap by consolidating IRA accounts into your 401 plan if your employer allows it.
    • If you have money spread around various bank deposit and building society accounts then this is as good a time as any to consolidate them into one single account.
    • The new board has been instructed by cabinet to consolidate the corporation's accounts into a holding company and to settle the corporation's debts as well as its overdraft and outstanding loans.
    • Companies with subsidiaries in several countries will normally consolidate their accounts in the home country, bringing together accounting statements in a variety of currencies.
    • The department has previously hired different advertising and media agencies for separate campaigns, but will now consolidate its account.
    • He observed: to describe the right to consolidate several accounts as an example of the banker's lien is… a misuse of language.
    • My spouse and I used to have the three accounts set up, but decided to consolidate to one account.
    • He has been meeting with the local banks in order to consolidate our accounts.
    • We consolidate our accounts and get lower APRs and keep devoting a percentage of our income to paying them off.
    • I recently got married, so I had to start looking for a bank to consolidate our accounts.

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    (companies) fusionarse
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    to consolidate on sth consolidar algo