Sinónimos de issue en inglés:

issue


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1‘the committee has yet to meet to discuss the issue’

SINÓNIMOS
matter, matter in question, affair, business, subject, topic, question, point, point at issue, item, thing, case, concern, theme
proceeding, situation, occasion, circumstance
problem, bone of contention, controversy, argument

2‘there's something of an issue with resupply at the moment’

SINÓNIMOS
problem, difficulty, complication, difficult situation, snag, predicament, plight, hitch, catch, drawback, pitfall, handicap, impediment, hindrance, obstacle, hurdle, stumbling block, obstruction, barrier
trouble, worry, mess, muddle, mix-up
catch-22, vexed question, quandary, the rub
coloquial fly in the ointment, prob, headache, hiccup, dilemma, hassle, pickle, fix, tight spot, how-do-you-do, job, gremlin, facer
Britanico coloquial spanner in the works
Norteamericano coloquial monkey wrench in the works
anticuado cumber
literario trammel

3‘the victory was celebrated with the issue of a special stamp’

SINÓNIMOS
issuing, issuance, publication, publishing
circulation, distribution, supplying, supply, sending out, delivery
appearance

4‘the latest issue of our magazine’

SINÓNIMOS
edition, number, instalment, copy
printing, imprint, impression, version, publication

5‘she died without issue in 1635’

SINÓNIMOS
offspring, descendants, heirs, successors, children, sons or daughters, progeny, scions, family, youngsters, babies
coloquial kids
despectivo spawn
arcaico seed, fruit, fruit of one's loins

6‘an issue of blood’

SINÓNIMOS
discharge, emission, release, outflow, outflowing, outpouring, outrush, rush, flood, deluge, spurt, jet, cascade, stream, torrent, gush
flow, flux, outflux, welling
leakage, escape, drain, drainage
excretion, secretion, ejection, disgorgement, debouchment, emanation, exudation, exuding, venting, effluence, effluent, effusion
técnico efflux

7‘his perseverance certainly merited a favourable issue’

SINÓNIMOS
result, outcome, consequence, end result, net result, upshot, effect, after-effect, aftermath, conclusion, end, denouement
coloquial pay-off

verbo

1‘writs were issued against the contractors’

SINÓNIMOS
send out, put out
release, deliver
publish, announce, proclaim, broadcast, promulgate, communicate, impart, purvey, circulate, distribute, spread, disseminate
literario bruit about, bruit abroad, utter
ANTÓNIMOS

withdraw

2‘the captain issued the crew with side arms’

SINÓNIMOS
supply, provide, furnish, arm, equip, fit out, rig out, accoutre, outfit, fit up
provision, stock, purvey, accommodate
present, invest, endow, favour
Britanico kit out
coloquial fix up
ANTÓNIMOS

withdraw

3‘savoury smells began to issue from the kitchen’

SINÓNIMOS
emanate, emerge, proceed, exude, discharge, flow, flow forth, flow out, pour, pour forth, pour out, gush, gush forth, gush out, come, come forth, come out, seep, seep forth, seep out, ooze, ooze forth, ooze out, spread out
be uttered, be emitted, be transmitted

4‘surprising profits might issue from the unwinding of a few giant companies’

SINÓNIMOS
result, follow, ensue, develop, stem, spring, arise, start, derive, evolve, proceed, emerge, emanate, flow
be got, be had, be taken
be caused by, be the result of, be brought about by, be brought on by, be produced by, originate in, have its origin in, attend, accompany, be consequent on
supervene on
ANTÓNIMOS

bring about


Phrases

    at issue

    ‘at issue here is the definition of a work of art’


    SINÓNIMOS
    in question, in dispute
    being discussed, under discussion, under consideration
    on the agenda, for debate, to be discussed, to be decided, unsettled
    take issue

    ‘I take issue with your assertion’


    SINÓNIMOS
    disagree, fail to agree, be in dispute, be in contention, be at variance, be at odds, be at loggerheads, not see eye to eye, argue, quarrel
    challenge, dispute, question, call into question, oppose, object to, take exception to, protest against, contradict, gainsay, differ from, dissent from, diverge from
    arcaico disaccord
    ANTÓNIMOS

    agree