Sinónimos de second en inglés

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adjetivo

1‘the second day of the trial’

SINÓNIMOS
next, following, after the first, subsequent, ensuing, succeeding, coming
ANTÓNIMOS

first, preceding

2‘would you like a second helping?’

SINÓNIMOS
additional, extra, fresh, another, further, repeat, supplementary, supplemental
ANTÓNIMOS

first

3‘he keeps a second pair of glasses in his office’

SINÓNIMOS
spare, extra, additional, alternative, another, backup, relief, fallback, substitute, auxiliary, ancillary
redundant, surplus, superfluous
Norteamericano alternate
ANTÓNIMOS

primary, principal

4‘Malcolm is dropping down to captain the second team’

SINÓNIMOS
secondary, lower, subordinate, subsidiary, lesser, minor, subservient, supporting, lower-grade, inferior
ANTÓNIMOS

first, top

5‘there was a fear that the conflict would turn into a second Vietnam’

SINÓNIMOS
another, duplicate, reproduction, twin, double, new, replicate, matching
repeat of, copy of, carbon copy of
ANTÓNIMOS

original


nombre

1seconds‘he enjoyed the pie so much he asked for seconds’

SINÓNIMOS
a second helping, a further helping, more

2seconds‘sometimes factory shops sell seconds’

SINÓNIMOS
imperfect goods, faulty goods, defective goods, flawed goods, inferior goods, rejects, export rejects, discards

verbo

1‘George Beale seconded the motion’

SINÓNIMOS
formally support, give one's support to, announce one's support for, vote for, back, back up, approve, give one's approval to, endorse, promote, commend

Sinónimos de second en inglés

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nombre

1‘I'll only be gone for a second’

SINÓNIMOS
moment, bit, little while, short time, instant, split second
coloquial sec, nanosecond, jiffy, jiff
Britanico coloquial mo, tick, two ticks

Sinónimos de second en inglés

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verbo

1‘personnel are sometimes seconded to charities’

SINÓNIMOS
assign temporarily, lend
transfer, move, shift, relocate, assign, reassign, send, attach, allocate, detail, appoint

Phrases

    second to none

    ‘the hotel offers a level of service that is second to none’


    SINÓNIMOS
    incomparable, matchless, unrivalled, inimitable, beyond compare, unparalleled, without parallel, unequalled, without equal, unmatched, in a class of its own, beyond comparison, peerless, unsurpassed, unsurpassable, nonpareil, unique
    perfect, consummate, rare, exquisite, transcendent, surpassing, superlative, supreme
    marginal unexampled
    second thoughts

    ‘not all of them come to the decision easily, and their nervousness and second thoughts are a natural result’


    SINÓNIMOS
    qualm, misgivings, doubt, reservation, scruple
    suspicion, distrust, mistrust, lack of faith, lack of confidence, diffidence
    trepidation, scepticism, worry, unease, uneasiness, anxiety, apprehension, uncertainty, niggle, disquiet, disquietude, hesitation, hesitance, hesitancy
    have second thoughts

    ‘I had second thoughts about the original review myself’


    SINÓNIMOS
    rethink, reconsider, review, revise, re-examine, re-evaluate, reassess, reappraise, think better of, think over, take another look at, look at in a different light, have another think about
    change, alter, modify
    think again, think twice, review one's position, come round, change one's mind
    in a second

    ‘you'll see in a second’


    SINÓNIMOS
    soon, very soon, in a minute, in a moment, in a trice, in a flash, shortly, any minute, any minute now, in a short time, in an instant, in the twinkling of an eye, in no time, in less than no time, in no time at all, before you know it, before long
    Norteamericano momentarily
    coloquial in a sec, in a nanosecond, in a jiffy, in two shakes, in two shakes of a lamb's tail, before you can say Jack Robinson, in the blink of an eye, in a blink, in the wink of an eye, in a wink, before you can say knife
    Britanico coloquial in a tick, in two ticks, in a mo
    Norteamericano coloquial in a snap