Sinónimos de occasion en inglés:

occasion


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nombre

1‘she consulted him on a number of occasions’

SINÓNIMOS
instance, time, moment, juncture, point
event, happening, occurrence, affair, incident, episode, experience, situation, case, circumstance

2‘the perfect venue for a special occasion’

SINÓNIMOS
social event, event, affair, function, celebration, party, ceremony, get-together, gathering
coloquial do, bash
Britanico coloquial rave-up, thrash, knees-up, jolly, beanfeast, bunfight, beano, lig

3‘I doubt if the occasion will arise’

SINÓNIMOS
opportunity, opportune time, suitable time, right moment, chance, opening, window

4‘it's the first time I've had occasion to complain’

SINÓNIMOS
reason, cause, call, grounds, justification, need, necessity, requirement, excuse, pretext, stimulus, inducement, provocation, motive

verbo

1‘her situation occasioned a good deal of sympathy’

SINÓNIMOS
cause, give rise to, bring about, result in, lead to, prompt, provoke, evoke, elicit, call forth, produce, create, arouse, make, make for, generate, engender, originate, effect, bring on, induce, precipitate, stir up, inspire, spark off, trigger, breed
literario beget
marginal effectuate

Frases

    on occasion


    SINÓNIMOS
    occasionally, sometimes, from time to time, now and then, every now and then, now and again, every now and again, at times, every so often, once in a while, every once in a while, on occasions, on the odd occasion, periodically, at intervals, irregularly, sporadically, spasmodically, infrequently, intermittently, on and off, off and on
    arcaico ever and anon
    ANTÓNIMOS

    often, frequently