Traducción de privately en español:


en privado, adv.

Pronunciación /ˈpraɪvɪtli/ /ˈprʌɪvɪtli/


  • 1

    • 1.1(in private)

      en privado
      can I speak to you privately? ¿puedo hablar contigo en privado / a solas?
      • the interview was held privately la entrevista se celebró en privado / a puertas cerradas
      • People may speak privately to a nurse or get cancer information which is free of charge.
      • But they have already accepted that schools and hospitals are being privately financed.
      • Logan positioned himself behind Rob so he could speak to him privately.
      • As far as I can see, it's the privately educated sneering at the under-educated.
      • Many hours passed before the children were able to speak privately again.
      • Kate stood at the door and waited for him to pause the game and come speak with her privately.
      • It used to be thought that only rich and privately educated people sent their children to independent schools.
      • It would privately fund research to provide the information it needed to devise a response.
      • The restaurant is designed in such way that a group of 25 persons can dine privately.
      • You once said privately there were few people in your department you could trust.
      • A person who is privately most generous, he remembers those who have shown kindness to him.
      • Whether you decide to trade in your car or sell it privately is a personal choice.
      • That Davis's support is not solid is evident from speaking to some of his backers privately.
      • She now sends her privately educated son for extra language tuition.
      • He was educated privately in the classics and went on to study medicine and forestry.
      • Many privately muse that if the government insists on outlawing hunting, then outlaws they are prepared to be.
      • His opponents however, insist that he had plenty of chances to do this privately.
      • We've already started to talk privately to a number of people and they're extremely supportive of the idea.
      • This change in events requires that I speak with you and your companion privately.
      • Many people do not realise they have fewer rights when buying privately.

    • 1.2(not publically)

      privately held views opiniones personales
      • they agree privately that inflation … extraoficialmente admiten que la inflación …
      • she didn't show it, but, privately, she was very disappointed no lo demostró pero, en su fuero interno, se sintió muy decepcionada

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    • 2.1(not by state or large concern)

      privately educated educado en colegio privado / particular
      • she had the operation done privately la operaron en una clínica privada
      • this land is privately owned esta tierra es de particulares
      • the book was published privately by the author el autor financió personalmente la publicación del libro

    • 2.2(by private arrangement)

      to sell sth privately vender algo personalmente / sin intermediarios
      • she also teaches privately también da clases particulares