Hay 3 traducciones principales de tender en Español

: tender1tender2tender3

tender1

sensible, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈtɛndər/ /ˈtɛndə/

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adjetivo

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    (sensitive, vulnerable)
    (spot) sensible
    (issue) delicado
    (issue) espinoso
    it still feels a bit tender todavía me duele/me molesta un poco
    • despite her tender years a pesar de su corta / tierna edad
    • This young man, at the tender age of 24 years, was the victim of a tragic accident.
    • At the tender age of 25, she is quickly becoming an authority on urban fashion.
    • The teen singer and actress has been in showbusiness since the tender age of nine.
    • At the tender age of 18, he will be the youngest contestant ever.
    • He began his acting career at the tender age of ten.
    • At the tender age of 16 he became the youngest player in the modern game to play at the tournament.
    • She started producing an early version of her zine at the tender age of 10.
    • The couple met at the tender age of 14.
    • She made her stage debut at the tender age of four.
    • At the tender age of 12 they already have shelves full of trophies.
    • He has collected a wealth of happy memories since he joined the team at the tender age of 15.
    • She has had a major change in her life at the tender age of 19.
    • At the tender age of 25, he has 20 years experience under his belt.
    • At the tender age of 16 I started going out with my first real girlfriend.
    • Her life was cut short at the tender age of 21.
    • He switched to electric bass, an instrument he began playing at the tender age of nine.
    • She had written with flair and maturity, and had a sensitivity way beyond her tender years.
    • The plan was to look older than my tender years.
    • The fact that a violinist of such tender years can make this music sound so fresh is a considerable accomplishment.
    • They play with a conviction and authenticity far beyond their tender years.
    • She got up, raising her tender body onto her left elbow.
    • A slight splinter can chafe the skin until it is tender and sore.
    • She winced in pain as her sheets slid against her tender skin.
    • The area over the appendix will be very tender.
    • There is atrophy of the muscles in the shoulder, with more than two sensitive tender points.
    • The main symptoms of fibromyalgia are pains, tender areas, and tiredness.
    • Sensitive, tender or sore breasts are commonly one of the first signs of pregnancy.
    • She gasped in pain and rubbed the tender, already bruised flesh.
    • There's nothing worse than pulling a hard pencil eyeliner across the tender skin of the eyelid.
    • Strong sunshine harms the tender skin around the eye.
    • The lesions can be tender to the touch
    • This fabulous range of organic products helps babies with sleep and tender skin problems.
    • This pack pulled at her shoulders, rubbing the tender skin under her arms.
    • The rope gnawed at the tender skin of her wrists.
    • His knuckles were chapped and felt rough against the tender skin on his face.
    • She felt a needle prick her tender skin.
    • Pain is felt only after exercise, and the affected area is not tender to the touch, discolored or swollen.
    • The bandage was delicately applied to the tender joint, where a bruise was starting to develop.
    • The shoulder was so painful for a while that I didn't really notice my hand until I came off and realised it was bit tender.
    • Having an appliance fitted doesn't hurt, but your teeth usually feel tender for a few days after it is fitted or adjusted.
    • It was already a very tender and awkward situation.
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    (soft)
    (meat) tierno
    cook the leeks until tender hervir los puerros hasta que estén tiernos
    • The stew was filled with tender meat, beans, barley and carrots.
    • There are fresh fruit juices and tender coconut.
    • Her plate was heaped with several good, thick slices of tasty, tender pork.
    • Gently boil for another five minutes, until the carrots are tender.
    • The calamari in tomato sauce was tender and flavourful.
    • The duck livers with orange sauce were tender and tasty.
    • Fry over a medium heat until the potatoes are tender and golden brown.
    • The beef steaks are tender and juicy.
    • There is a range of juicy, tender steaks and chicken dishes.
    • Venison steaks are more tender than beef, with a leaner, cleaner flavour.
    • The quails were tender, with just crispy enough skin.
    • Continue simmering until the eggplant skin is tender, about 15 more minutes.
    • Potato is used as a thickener or for biscuits and cakes where a tender texture is required
    • Pour the syrup over the figs and place them in the oven until they are tender and sticky.
    • The lamb was tender without being delicate.
    • The meat has been carefully selected and cooked to be perfectly tender.
    • The chicken wraps were full of tender, pleasantly sticky marinated meat.
    • Watch carefully so the turkey is done but still moist and tender.
    • I would seal them in hot fat, wrap each bird in fatty bacon or pancetta and roast till tender.
    • In the first container she placed 1 pound of asparagus that she trimmed and steamed until tender and allowed to cool.
  • 3

    (affectionate, loving)
    (gesture/smile/thought) tierno
    he has a tender heart tiene buen corazón
    • He took my hand and laid a gentle, tender kiss on it.
    • His kisses were tender and gentle.
    • His voice as tender and gentle as his kiss.
    • It's a gentle, tender moment between man and wife.
    • He truly appreciated her tender love with deep affection.
    • I was just misinterpreting a tender display of affection.
    • In many countries men show very tender affection for one another frequently and openly.
    • I regret that I was not more tender or affectionate with Edward during the last few weeks of his life.
    • A mom's tender affection, her smiles and presence touches every heart.
    • It was a soft, sweet, tender kiss.
    • The warm embrace and the warm tender kisses make me feel as though I am floating.
    • His eyes were glossy and filled with tender affection.
    • Back at Richard's house, he was oddly tender and gentle towards me.
    • He was stroking my hair with a gentle, tender hand.
    • His touch was tender and gentle.
    • She tried to keep her tender kindness hidden in order to appear strong and in control.
    • They have a real and tender affection for her.
    • I want nights full of tender touches and gentle caresses.
    • She kisses him with tender pity.
    • This tender little show is enough to make even the most cynical of hearts swell.

Hay 3 traducciones principales de tender en Español

: tender1tender2tender3

tender2

presentarse a concurso, v.

Pronunciación /ˈtɛndər/ /ˈtɛndə/

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    (company) presentarse a concurso
    (company) presentarse a una licitación
    to tender for a contract presentarse a concurso / a una licitación para obtener un contrato
    • The new policy sets out clear procedures for religious groups to follow in tendering for land designated for purposes of worshipping.
    • We did prevent British companies from tendering for contracts and supplies.
    • He is part of a consortium tendering for a licence in Scotland.
    • There has been a flood of interest by private businesses in tendering for public sector contracts.
    • About 19 agencies are believed to have expressed an interest in tendering for the account.
    • Very few contracts have been won by foreign companies and few of these firms have been successful in tendering for subsequent road projects.
    • The new plans are guidelines which will be given to the four companies tendering for the franchise.
    • The organisation advises on how to consider tendering for work from foreign public bodies.
    • In October, at least 11 companies or consortiums expressed interest in tendering for the 40-hectare project.
    • The company is tendering for a number of large government contracts.
    • He acted as an agent for foreign firms tendering for China's major power construction projects.
    • The company was tendering for work worth £430m.
    • We would expect something like 6 companies to be tendering for a project of this size.
    • Companies tendering for business can be tempted to agree jointly not to go in under a certain price.
    • We have begun tendering for archaeological and site investigation and other works.
    • This is a trade publication for those interested in tendering for government work.
    • All those interested in tendering for the transport plan may attend a presentation on requirements.
    • The company is now tendering for a lucrative contract from one of Hong Kong's biggest bus companies.
    • They reached an agreement between each other not to compete in tendering for contracts.
    • Tendering for the project has been whittled down to two consortia.

verbo transitivo

formal
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    (resignation/apologies) presentar
    (resignation/apologies) ofrecer
    he tendered his services as an adviser ofreció sus servicios / se ofreció como asesor
    • please tender exact fare se ruega entregar el importe exacto
    • He formally tendered his resignation to the president the following day.
    • He formally tendered his resignation on reaching the age of 75.
    • The four employees concerned had tendered their resignations.
    • A bag with 107 cocaine capsules was tendered in evidence and marked.
    • We tender condolences on their great loss.
    • To his wife, his daughters, and all his extended family, we tender our sincere sympathy.
    • A document was tendered and received in evidence.
    • The tape was tendered in evidence during proceedings.
    • At trial, there was no objection to the breathalyzer results being tendered as evidence.
    • Although she had provided the diploma, it was not tendered in evidence.
    • The issue in this case is the adequacy of the evidence tendered by the plaintiff.
    • Nine board members had tendered their resignations at a meeting.
    • He never tendered a formal resignation, although the organization has already hired a replacement.
    • He cleared his desk after tendering his resignation one week ago.
    • He concluded his presentation to the members by informing them he was tendering his notice to retire from his position.
    • They tendered their resignations in protest against the firing of their 15 colleagues.
    • He was about to embark on a career break and had actually tendered his resignation.
    • Two high-profile directors of the company tendered their resignations recently.
    • He tendered his resignation to the committee and we all refused it.
    • The football manager left the pitch and immediately tendered his resignation.

nombre

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    Comercio
    (offer)
    propuesta femenino
    oferta femenino
    plica femenino España
    to make / put up / submit a tender for sth presentarse a concurso / a una licitación para algo
    • The tenders were evaluated on price, experience of the tenderer, methodology, quality and technical merit.
    • The Department of Defence has invited tenders to supply the air force with six new military helicopters.
    • The corporation sought tenders for the land.
    • Many construction companies are lining up to offer tenders for India's infrastructure projects.
    • Tenders will be invited for private companies to supply the tracking devices.
    • The city will invite tenders for six of the facilities this Friday.
    • It is time to invite tenders from prospective builders.
    • The government offered 15 petrol filling stations for sale by tender.
    • The hospitals will be sold through ordinary tenders.
    • The prices and the range of tenders received and the successful tenderer are usually published.
    • The commission has extended the deadline for the submission of tenders by one month.
    • The municipality recently invited tenders for the purchase of the land, because they could not afford to develop it.
    • The tender for the land swap was only joined by four companies.
    • The civic body invited short-term tenders for the work.
    • They could not invite tenders as the project was challenged in court.
    • They invited tenders for the distribution of fertiliser throughout the country.
    • The Motor Sports Association has invited tenders from promoters interested in hosting the prestigious race from next season.
    • Telecommunication operators in Bulgaria have been rescued from the obligation to hold public procurement tenders to purchase new equipment.
    • What is needed instead is for the Government to take a lead, by immediately calling for tenders to install solar water heating in all Government buildings where it is cost-effective to do so.
    • He suggested an alternative would be to inform residents of the actual price of the asphalt after tenders for the project close later this spring.
  • 2legal tender

    moneda de curso legal femenino

Hay 3 traducciones principales de tender en Español

: tender1tender2tender3

tender3

ténder, n.

Pronunciación /ˈtɛndər/ /ˈtɛndə/

nombre

  • 1

    Ferrocarriles
    ténder masculino
    • On this particular day, my fireman and I had old #19 steamed up, oiled, greased, with a full tender of water and fuel.
    • These near-indestructable Hi-Riser cars were rebuilt in the 1960's from steam locomotive tenders.
    • Two tenders behind are spare water cars for work train service.
    • It will be given a tender from another departed locomotive and regain its former Sierra appearance.
    • This building also repaired tenders in steam days; a much taller section of the roof allowed boilers to be stood on end for riveting.
    • I know it had two feet of water in its Vanderbilt tender when it arrived back at Peach Creek with the loads, and I know the car number of each hopper that made up the train.
    • Two locomotives and tenders, ten carriages, fifteen goods wagons and one horsebox were purchased.
    • It pulled just two tenders, a shop car and two old Pullman crew cars.
    • Returning, the engine was on the west end of the train tender first, with the combine next followed by the freight cars.
    • Even though it said CANADIAN PACIFIC on the tender.
    • The locomotive, tender, and first three cars derailed, and the express car was partially telescoped by the tender.
    • Generally, drawbar means at the rear of the tender.
    • Not knowing who among the masked and robed passengers might recognize this fellow crewman it was decided to hide him in the coal tender for the duration of the trip.
    • True yard engines were equipped with slope back tenders.
    • No. 1057 represented the final years of steam with a Pyle National headlight centred on the smokebox door and a standard tender.
    • But a second tender was taken, altered to carry water only including the space once occupied by ten tons of coal.
    • If he has no tender awaiting, he can try to unload coal from the hopper spotted atop the ramp.
    • The Goldenrock Railway Workshops dismantled it into three parts - wheels, boiler and tender used for stocking coal and water.
    • Two huge flags, as tall as the train itself and barely supported by the wind, trailed out bravely, one from the tender and the other from the rear wagon.
    • On the other hand, the running gear was trammed like a Swiss watch, and the new tender tank is a work of art.
  • 2

    Marina
    embarcación pequeña femenino
    gabarra femenino
    • You can tie up your own tender at the dinghy docks or go ashore in one of the harbor launches.
    • Some served as motor torpedo boat tenders, battle damage repair ships or aircraft engine repair ships.
    • Re-crewed and supplied by ocean-going tenders, the ships could pursue fish anywhere in the world for months on end without ever visiting a port or even sighting land.
    • We nearly missed the last tender back to the ship.
    • While a little rubber ducky may suit well for short hops between boats in a snug cove, you may need a tougher, larger, and more seaworthy tender if you cruise to far away places.
    • An oil rig tender found the yacht in the Joseph Bonaparte Gulf on Friday and took two of the four crewmembers, both of whom were severely seasick, on board.
    • Tugs brought the mail ashore and passengers were slung ignominiously over the side in baskets and sent ashore in tenders.
    • On the forecastle deck the brass bell was struck, and with anchor down, the tenders were lifted out and readied to ferry passengers ashore.
    • But it turns out that she was the plywood tender to a fishing coble and had sunk in 3m the previous week.
    • In addition to the tugboat and its inflatable tender, we also had a small kaïki and skipper on site each day.
    • Dive kit and passengers are ferried along the shore in the tender.
    • We'll probably use either a small tender or our six-foot rowing boat depending on the numbers.
    • Paddling the canoe would be a treat, and learning to sail the tender would also be one.
    • It was several more minutes before the tender pulled alongside the ship's hull and coasted to a full stop.
    • He was late for a question and answer session with Paul Allott, who announced that the good French champagne on St Barth's had caused Gower to miss his tender back to the ship.
    • I had ordered four friends into the tender, an 18-foot Boston Whaler, while Dan and I stayed aboard.
    • The chief Navy doctor took me on board the tender ship.
    • With permission to land on the island, Roebuck Bay's sleek tender vessels conveyed all to a small sandbar inside the lagoon.
    • We had reached the reef after a five-minute journey by tender from our mother ship, the Star Flyer, which had dropped anchor in Thailand's National Park in the Sea.
    • Sailors aboard the seaplane tender USS Curtiss wore their go-to-town white uniforms.