Traducción de generate en español:


generar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈdʒɛnəˌreɪt/ /ˈdʒɛnəreɪt/

Ver definición en español de generar

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (heat/light) generar
    (power/gas/fumes) producir
    (power/gas/fumes) generar
    • Investing creates an asset that generates passive income such as rent on a property or profits from a business venture.
    • The more Web savvy firms are more than twice as successful in generating sales and creating a better ‘customer experience’, said the report.
    • It will also create jobs and generate income for the local economy.
    • With this scheme, the bank intends to improve customer convenience, reduce customer traffic at branches and create opportunities to generate a fee income.
    • Over the next few years, the number of casinos could increase two-fold, creating an industry that generates millions of pounds.
    • We created a website, generated some revenue, and gained 10,500 customers.
    • It would be a place for ideas to be generated and developed to create new products and services within the digital industry.
    • Those are assets that can only be used as a shelter or as business tools, but not as a means to obtain collateral for a loan, to generate investment or to create additional functions to obtain surplus value.
    • When we move forward we will do everything we can to generate income to restrict to a minimum the sale of players.
    • They need to create a foundation with the bulk of that cash and generate income from it.
    • Nine tonnes of waste are generated to create a 2.3kg laptop computer.
    • It was written by a very good critic whom I quite respect, but he was trying to create a scandal to generate publicity.
    • Every day, a creation takes place as new uses, new mistakes, new copy is generated, each creating a new meaning for the shape of things to come.
    • The user creates montages to generate new antiwar argumentation.
    • It has also begun importing items such as bags, made using traditional weaving skills, generating an income for villagers with very little money.
    • More significantly, income and publicity was generated by sustained progress in Europe.
    • These allow older people to use their homes to generate income or lump sums, either with a mortgage repayable on death or by selling the property - or part of it - but continuing to live in it during their lifetime.
    • He spontaneously generates melodic lines and develops them at length, so that one is left incredulous that this is all improvised.
    • They generate the story line, which can be quite bizarre!
    • Kitchen and bathroom walls can generate high levels of noise because of the many hard surfaces they contain.
    • Solar energy is used to generate electricity through photovoltaic arrays, and to heat water by direct radiation.
    • These oscillating sound waves in the traveling-wave engine drive the piston of a linear alternator that generates electricity.
    • Electricity is generated by the power station during peak demand periods.
    • Electricity is usually generated through natural energy power (hydro-electric, thermal, wind).
    • Today the windmills are taller and sleeker and called wind turbines, and use the wind's energy to generate electricity.
    • Water constitutes cost-free energy for generating electricity that is perpetually renewable and sustainable.
    • In particular, I am thinking about our ability to generate energy or electricity.
    • Fossil fuels (I'm guessing natural gas in particular) are the lowest cost energy sources for generating electricity.
    • Incineration that uses the energy produced to generate electricity is much more straightforward and cost-effective, and could replace to some extent newly extracted carbon fuels.
    • Nutrients can be reused via irrigation, and the extracted energy can be used to generate heat and electricity.
    • When waves cause the coil to move up and down relative to the fixed magnetic shaft, voltage is induced and electricity is generated.
    • The Austrians have voted not to generate electricity from nuclear power stations.
    • So while it costs approximately 2 cents a kilowatt hour to generate electricity from coal, solar energy still costs about 10 times that amount.
    • When people exercise, their muscles consume energy and generate heat as a byproduct.
    • A possible explanation is that fast-moving blowing dust particles generated static electricity, which ignited organic matter carried along with the dust.
    • The resulting chemical reaction across the membrane breaks down the methanol, generating electricity along with water vapor and carbon dioxide as byproducts.
    • Peat was used in power stations to generate electricity and the country had three briquette factories.
    • The fuel cell generates electricity as a by-product of a chemical reaction involving dilute methanol.
    • But in its decision this week it had to abandon one potential sustainable building feature - a roof-mounted wind turbine to generate electricity.
    • The world's first floating power station, generating electricity from the Atlantic waves, is to be established off the west coast of Scotland.
  • 2

    (hostility) provocar
    (hostility) generar
    (interest) generar
    (interest) despertar
    (interest) suscitar
    (jobs/revenue) generar