Early in spanish


pronunciation: tempɹ̩ɑnoʊ part of speech: adjective, adverb
In gestures

early [earlier -comp., earliest -sup.]1 = pronto, temprano, precoz. [Pincha en o en para ver otros adjetivos cuyo grados comparativos y superlativos se formas añadiendo "-er" o "-est" (o sus variantes "-r" o "-st") al final]

Example: It is too early to dismiss those physical forms associated with non-computerised cataloguing and indexing.


» an early morning + Nombre = un + Nombre + por la mañana temprano, un + Nombre + a primera hora de la mañana.

Example: Several studies show that many people have an early morning increase in blood pressure called 'morning hypertension'.

» as early as + Fecha = ya en + Fecha.

Example: Elementary synthesis was introduced to the scheme as early as the second edition.

» at an early stage = en los inicios, en sus inicios, en los comienzos, en sus comienzos, incipiente.

Example: Standardisation of teleservices are also at an early stage.

» at + Posesivo + earliest convenience = cuando antes pueda(n), en cuanto pueda(n), cuando antes + Pronombre + sea posible, tan pronto como + Pronombre + sea posible, cuanto antes + Pronombre + convenga, a la mayor brevedad posible.

Example: Please telephone me collect at your earliest convenience so that we can discuss your future, hopefully with the Mitford Public Library.

» be early (for) = llegar temprano (a), llegar pronto (a), ser pronto (para), ser temprano (para).

Example: Sometimes menstrual periods can come as a surprise, being early, late or not happening at all.

» be too early = ser demasiado temprano, ser demasiado pronto, llegar demasiado temprano, llegar demasiado pronto.

Example: It's not about how you start, its about how you finish and for me his resignation was too early.

» bright and early = temprano.

Example: We both woke up bright and early to forage for food nearby, which was a breeze.

» earlier = anterior, previo.

Example: 'See' references are made from different names such as pseudonyms, real names, secular names, earlier names and later names.

» earlier = antes, anteriormente, previamente.

Example: These will be established in keeping with the principles established earlier.

» earlier in the year = hacia principios de(l) año, hacia comienzos de(l) año.

Example: The economy has speeded up in second quarter after a bumpy ride earlier in the year.

» earlier on = anterior, anteriormente, hace un rato.

Example: It is helpful to the student to see this response-explanation stage of the reference process as the counterpart to the question-negotiation stage earlier on.

» earlier (on) this afternoon = hace poco este (mismo) mediodía, hace unas horas este (mismo) mediodía.

Example: I took an antidepressant earlier this afternoon and can notice feeling just that bit calmer, although I know I have a long road ahead.

» earlier (on) this evening = hace poco esta (misma) tarde, hace unas horas esta (misma) tarde.

Example: She was rear ended earlier on this evening on her way back from work, hard enough to knock off her rear bumper.

» earlier (on) this month = hace poco este (mismo) mes, hace unos días este (mismo) mes.

Example: He came close to death when he was hospitalised earlier this month following a 'small emotional breakdown'.

» earlier (on) this morning = hace poco esta (misma) mañana, hace unas horas esta (misma) mañana.

Example: A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Chile earlier this morning with several large aftershocks.

» earlier (on) this week = hace unos días esta (misma) semana, hace poco esta (misma) semana.

Example: Police have identified two teenagers and a baby who were shot to death earlier this week.

» earlier (on) this year = hace unos meses este (mismo) año, hace poco este (mismo) año. [Pero siempre dentro de este año en el que estamos]

Example: He was discharged from the Navy earlier this year for testing positive for cocaine use.

» earlier (on) today = hace unas horas.

Example: A stretch of the M1 motorway remains closed tonight after a fatal collision earlier on today.

» earlier times = épocas anteriores.

Example: Some people, particularly people of earlier times, and royalty, are not normally known by a surname.

» earlier years = años anteriores, antaño.

Example: Overall findings indicate that while the amount of research reported is remaining stable, the methods have improved somewhat in 1974, as compared to earlier years.

» early autumn = principios del otoño.

Example: I love early autumn when there is just the hint of cool in the air and the first few leaves on the ground.

» early bird = madrugador.

Example: The biological basis of preferences for morning or evening activity patterns ('early birds' and 'night owls') has been hypothesized but has remained elusive.

» early booking discount = descuento por reserva anticipada.

Example: The full cost of the conference, including accommodation and meals, is £550, with an early booking discount for payments received before 31 May 2002.

» early childhood = primera infancia.

Example: Studies of deprived children suggest that those who do not receive the necessary stimulus in early childhood may never be able to compensate.

» early education centre = centro de educación infantil.

Example: The institute comprised 6 day-long sessions and was made up of librarians, parents of young children, and directors of early education centres.

» early enough = con (la) suficiente antelación.

Example: It is important that the libraries experiment early enough with the new technologies in order to be prepared to meet the expectations of future users.

» early evening = a primeras horas de la tarde, al principio de la tarde.

Example: Early evening dosage is more effective than late evening dosage.

» early fall = principios del otoño.

Example: For this early fall she has already bought many shirts and jackets but what she likes most are the shoes.

» early Friday morning = el viernes por la mañana temprano, a primeras horas de la mañana del viernes.

Example: An 80-year-old farmer died early Friday morning, more than two weeks after he was burned while tending a fire on his land.

» early in the morning = por la mañana temprano.

Example: Every day, he would celebrate Holy Mass early in the morning, after which he would spend a lot of time in prayer and personal reflection.

» early morning hours, the = madrugada, la.

Example: The party raged into the early morning hours drawing the attention of police, who have increased patrols in the area because of end of the year partying.

» early potato = patata temprana.

Example: During the last 50 years, the area harvested for artichoke, early potato, melon, Brussels sprouts and watermelon has increased by twofold.

» early registration = descuento por inscripción anticipada.

Example: Early registration will close on June 1, just a little over two weeks before the conference begins.

» early registration fee = tarifa especial por inscripción anticipada.

Example: The early registration fee is $995 and the late registration fee $1095.

» early retirement = jubilación anticipada, jubilación temprana, prejubilación.

Example: The first thing to do when considering early retirement is to get a rough estimate of how much money you will need to retire early.

» early riser = madrugador.

Example: He was an early riser and always raring to go at sunrise, either on vacation trips or to get to the asphalt plant on Chicago's north side.

» early Saturday = el sábado por la mañana temprano, a primeras horas de la mañana del sábado.

Example: We might just be in the clear this weekend when a new meteor shower fills the sky late today and early Saturday.

» early Saturday morning = el sábado por la mañana temprano, a primeras horas de la mañana del sábado.

Example: A Texas judge reportedly begged police to let her off easy after they nabbed her for drunk driving early Saturday morning.

» early sheet = ejemplar de prensa, ejemplar anticipado. [Ejemplar de un documento mientras está siendo impreso que se lee para corregir errores que se hayan escapado anteriormente]

Example: In English printing houses around 1600, indeed, further reading for press might take place after the run was under way, an early sheet being extracted from the heap and read while the printing proceeded.

» early spring = principios de la primavera.

Example: As you would start many vegetables in late winter and early spring for summer harvests, winter gardening requires sowing seeds in mid- to late summer.

» early stage = fase inicial, etapa inicial, comienzo, inicio.

Example: The risk of passing HIV infection through sexual activity is also much higher during the early stage of acute infection.

» early summer = principios del verano.

Example: The water levels rise from about one or two metres deep in the winter to as much as 10 metres in the late spring and early summer.

» early Sunday = domingo temprano.

Example: A Manlius man died in a car crash early Sunday while driving back to college in Florida after spending the holidays with family, a close friend said.

» early Sunday morning = el domingo por la mañana temprano, a primeras horas de la mañana del domingo.

Example: One woman died and another woman was seriously injured in a vehicle crash that occurred early Sunday morning.

» early this morning = esta mañana temprano.

Example: Sarah was rushed to the hospital early this morning with a ruptured appendix and peritonitis.

» early today = esta mañana, hoy por la mañana.

Example: Gangs of youths throwing gasoline bombs clashed with the police in running battles on the streets of Londonderry early today.

» early warning = preaviso, advertencia temprana, advertencia precoz.

Example: Early warnings that quickly reach those at risk can substantially reduce loss of life and damage to property.

» early warning sign = señal de alerta, señal de aviso.

Example: Gullibility may be an early warning sign of dementia.

» early warning signal = señal de alerta, señal de aviso.

Example: The statistics collected served as an early warning signal for trouble spots.

» early warning system = sistema de alerta, sistema de alerta temprana.

Example: This background paper is designed as a progress report and early warning system, not as a primary source of information.

» early winter = principios del invierno.

Example: Some vegetable varieties thrive in the cool conditions of late fall and early winter.

» from an early age = desde pequeño, desde una edad temprana, desde una temprana edad.

Example: The only woman among the 15 sailors being held hostage in Iran set her heart on a career at sea from an early age.

» gain + early warning = percatarse con antelación.

Example: These officers, by being on the spot, are able to gain early warning of impending developments and smooth the path of grant and loan applications.

» get up + early = levantarse temprano, madrugar.

Example: Getting up early is one of the most important things you can do for your health and fitness.

» give + early warning = dar señales de, dar indicios de.

Example: They are considering cash rewards to employees who give early warning that they're quitting.

» go to + bed early = acostarse temprano, irse a la cama temprano, irse a dormir temprano.

Example: To wake up early, go to bed early.

» have + an early morning = levantarse temprano.

Example: He politely got up and explained they had an early morning and it was time to go.

» have + an early night = acostarse temprano, irse a la cama temprano, irse a dormir temprano.

Example: As it was Sunday, everyone was having an early night in preparation for work the next day.

» in (the) early evening = a primeras horas de la tarde, al principio de la tarde.

Example: Sirius, the brightest star in the sky, can be seen in the southern sky in the early evening from winter to spring.

» in the early hours (of/in the morning) = a primeras horas de la mañana, de madrugada, en la madrugada.

Example: People with depression, for example, often wake up in the early hours of the morning and find themselves unable to get back to sleep.

» make + an early start = comenzar pronto, empezar pronto, comenzar temprano, empezar temprano.

Example: In the belief that the library has an inseparable role in the education of students, semester-long term paper counselling sessions are offered to encourage students to make an early start.

» peak + too early = alcanzar + Posesivo + mejor momento demasiado pronto, desarrollarse demasiado pronto.

Example: I'm worried that Darryl may have peaked too early in his last match, but he seems to be in very good nick and is capable of holding off Webster.

» run + early = llevar adelanto, ir con adelanto, ir adelantado, andar adelantado.

Example: Occasionally bus services may run early or behind schedule due to traffic congestion.

» take + an early lead = adelantarse pronto en el marcador, tomar la delantera.

Example: The Democrats took an early lead on the Internet, but now the Republicans are closing the gap.

» the early bird catches the worm = a quien madruga Dios le ayuda.

Example: According to the idiom 'the early bird catches the worm' we offer a 10% reduction of the course fee for those who apply before 15 July 2007 = De acuerdo con la expresión 'a quien madruga Dios le ayuda' le ofrecemos una reducción del 10% del importe del curso a los que se inscriban antes del 15 de julio del 2007.

» these early years = estos primeros años.

Example: These early years were her first encounter with the wonders of nature that continue to fire her imagination.

» those early years = aquellos primeros años.

Example: After all of those early years playing against each other, it's great to finally be on the same team.

» too early = demasiado temprano, demasiado pronto, antes de tiempo.

Example: It's never too early -- or too late -- to take advantage of all the benefits.

» until/till the early hours (of the morning) = hasta (las) altas horas de la madrugada, hasta la madrugada, hasta las tantas (de la madrugada), hasta (las) altas horas de la noche, hasta las tantas (de la noche).

Example: A lot of the bars and cafes are open until the early hours of the morning.

» wake up + early = despertarse temprano, despertarse pronto.

Example: To wake up early, go to bed early.

early [earlier -comp., earliest -sup.]2 = antiguo, primero, al principio. [Pincha en o en para ver otros adjetivos cuyo grados comparativos y superlativos se formas añadiendo "-er" o "-est" (o sus variantes "-r" o "-st") al final]

Example: Microforms are easy to use, although there were early reservations concerning the fact that users need to become familiar with any specific kind of microform and its reader.


» at an earlier stage = en un principio.

Example: At an earlier stage, the Library of Congress had decided to retain certain pre-AACR headings, in order to avoid the expense of extensive recataloguing.

» during the early years = durante los primeros años.

Example: In World War 2 librarians generally sympathised with Britain, but many were isolationist or apathetic during the early years = En la Segunda Guerra Mundial los bibliotecarios generalmente simpatizaban con Gran Bretaña, aunque muchos mantuvieron una actitud no intervencionista o indiferente durante los primeros años.

» earliest + Expresión Temporal = de comienzos de + Expresión Temporal.

Example: It was an incredible day, a warm and benign day of earliest autumn.

» early days = comienzos, primera etapa.

Example: These he bound up in three volumes, and on the fly leaf of the first volume wrote 'I have always retained a kind of affection for little story books, as they recall muy early days'.

» early days, the = principio, el; primera época, la.

Example: The new chemical was expensive, and in the early days it was often mishandled; much of the foxing of early nineteenth-century paper was due to inefficient bleaching.

» early + Década, the = a principios de los + Década. [Expresión usualmente acompañada del artículo]

Example: The energy crisis of the early 1970s encouraged programmes on non-conventional energy sources and energy saving.

» early + Expresión Temporal, the = a principios de + Expresión Temporal, a comienzos de + Expresión Temporal. [Expresión usualmente acompañada del artículo]

Example: Thus, UDC has been extensively employed in special libraries and information centres in locations all over the world since the early 1900s.

» early humans = primeros (seres) humanos, los.

Example: The use of ochre by early humans dates to at least 250,000 years ago in Europe and Africa.

» early imprints = primeros impresos. [Generalmente usado en el plural]

Example: The aim of the project is to compile systematically a comprehensive record of publishing in South Asia from 1556 to 1900 and also to provide a union catalogue of as many surviving copies as possible of these early imprints.

» early in = al principio de, al comienzo de, en los primeros años de.

Example: Couples are forced to make the decision between owner-occupation & council tenancy early in their marriages.

» early in life = en los primeros años de vida.

Example: The reasonable reader readily sees that most of these traits should be acquired and fostered early in life.

» early man = hombre prehistórico, el; hombre primitivo, el.

Example: Early man couldn't stomach milk, according to research.

» early + Mes/Estación = el principio de + Mes/Estación.

Example: It was a grand day, one of those dazzling spectacular blue and gold days of early fall.

» Early Middle Ages, the = Alta Edad Media, la.

Example: The Vatican Archives represent one of the principal sources for the history of the papacy from the Early Middle Ages to the present.

» early on = mucho antes, al comienzo, al principio.

Example: The concept of such a center remained nebulous at best, and we later learned that communication problems early on had muddied the message about what was really needed.

» early printed book = incunable.

Example: The incipit are the opening words of a manuscript or early printed book, or of one of its divisions.

» early printing = al principio de la imprenta.

Example: It is not recommended to use the sloped stroke, /, instead of the vertical stroke, |, for line endings, since in early printing it was used as a mark of punctuation.

» early settlers = primeros colonos, primeros colonizadores.

Example: It was part of the staple diet of Native Americans and early settlers because it was so chockfull of health.

» from earliest times = desde los primeros tiempos.

Example: The lines of research leading up to and forming the subfield of bibliometrics are traced from earliest times to 1969, when this term was proposed as a substitute for statistical bibliography.

» from (very) early on = desde casi el principio, desde casi el comienzo, desde casi el primer momento.

Example: From very early on in your pregnancy, you may feel much more tired than normal.

» in + Posesivo + early days = en + Posesivo + comienzos.

Example: The project is still in its early days.

» in + Posesivo + early years = en + Posesivo + comienzos.

Example: In his early years he consciously emulated both the painterly style and persona of the much-admired artist Drouais, who became something of a cult figure in early 19th c. Paris.

» in the early days (of) = al comienzo (de), en el origen (de).

Example: The problems surrounding the neglect of concept coordination as it is to be found in the document were recognized in the early days of card-based postcoordinate indexes.

» in the early + Fecha = a principios de + Fecha, a comienzos de + Fecha, a primeros de + Fecha.

Example: Online information retrieval services, which permit users to search data bases held on a computer many miles distant from the user and his terminal, started to develop in the late 1960s and the early 1970s.

» in the early part of + Fecha = a comienzos de + Fecha.

Example: In the early part of the 20th century donations were received from William K. Bixby which led to the foundation of the rare book collection.

» in the early years = al principio.

Example: A unique feature of this book, then, is that the cases emphasize the kinds of problems recent graduates encounter in the early years of their careers.

» in very early days = muy al principio.

Example: The raw material of white paper was undyed linen -- or in very early days hempen -- rags, which the paper-maker bought in bulk, sorted and washed, and then put by in a damp heap for four or five days to rot.

» since the earliest of times = desde los primeros tiempos.

Example: A vast number of different means of organizing knowledge have been devised and exploited since the earliest of times.

» early days, the = principio, el; primera época, la.

Example: The new chemical was expensive, and in the early days it was often mishandled; much of the foxing of early nineteenth-century paper was due to inefficient bleaching.
Early synonyms:
new in spanish: nuevo, pronunciation: nu part of speech: adjective baby in spanish: bebé, pronunciation: beɪbi part of speech: noun other in spanish: otro, pronunciation: ʌðɜr part of speech: adjective inchoate in spanish: rudimentario, pronunciation: ɪntʃoʊ part of speech: adjective old in spanish: antiguo, pronunciation: oʊld part of speech: adjective future in spanish: futuro, pronunciation: fjutʃɜr part of speech: noun, adjective incipient in spanish: incipiente, pronunciation: ɪnsɪpiənt part of speech: adjective precocious in spanish: precoz, pronunciation: prɪkoʊʃəs part of speech: adjective crude in spanish: crudo, pronunciation: krud part of speech: adjective, noun rude in spanish: grosero, pronunciation: rud part of speech: adjective archaic in spanish: arcaico, pronunciation: ɑrkeɪɪk part of speech: adjective former in spanish: ex, pronunciation: fɔrmɜr part of speech: noun young in spanish: joven, pronunciation: jʌŋ part of speech: adjective primitive in spanish: primitivo, pronunciation: prɪmətɪv part of speech: adjective primal in spanish: primitivo, pronunciation: praɪməl part of speech: adjective wee in spanish: pequeñito, pronunciation: wi part of speech: adjective, noun primordial in spanish: primordial, pronunciation: prɪmɔrdiəl part of speech: adjective primeval in spanish: primitivo, pronunciation: praɪmivəl part of speech: adjective aboriginal in spanish: aborigen, pronunciation: æbɜrɪdʒənəl part of speech: adjective, noun immature in spanish: inmaduro, pronunciation: ɪmətjʊr part of speech: adjective premature in spanish: prematuro, pronunciation: primətʃʊr part of speech: adjective earlier in spanish: más temprano, pronunciation: ɜrliɜr part of speech: adverb, adjective untimely in spanish: prematuro, pronunciation: əntaɪmli part of speech: adjective betimes in spanish: a tiempo, pronunciation: bɪtaɪmz part of speech: adverb azoic in spanish: azoico, pronunciation: əzoʊɪk part of speech: adjective embryonic in spanish: embrionario, pronunciation: embriɑnɪk part of speech: adjective earliest in spanish: más temprano, pronunciation: ɜrliəst part of speech: adjective matutinal in spanish: de la mañana, pronunciation: mətutənəl part of speech: adjective archean in spanish: arcaico, pronunciation: ɑrʃiən part of speech: adjective, noun archaean in spanish: arcaico, pronunciation: ɑrʃən part of speech: adjective primaeval in spanish: primitivo, pronunciation: praɪmevəl part of speech: adjective early on in spanish: Temprano, pronunciation: ɜrliɑn part of speech: adverb archaeozoic in spanish: arqueozoico, pronunciation: ɑrtʃaɪəzik part of speech: noun, adjective proterozoic in spanish: proterozoico, pronunciation: proʊterəziɪk part of speech: noun ahead of time in spanish: antes de tiempo, pronunciation: əhedʌvtaɪm part of speech: adverb archeozoic in spanish: arqueozoico, pronunciation: ɑrkiəzoʊɪk part of speech: noun, adjective embryotic in spanish: embrionario, pronunciation: embrutɪk part of speech: adjective too soon in spanish: demasiado pronto, pronunciation: tusun part of speech: adverb in embryo in spanish: en embrion, pronunciation: ɪnembrioʊ earlyish in spanish: temprano, pronunciation: ɜrliɪʃ part of speech: adjective
Early antonyms:
late pronunciation: leɪt part of speech: adjective, adverb middle pronunciation: mɪdəl part of speech: noun, adjective belatedly pronunciation: bɪleɪtədli part of speech: adverb tardily pronunciation: tɑrdəli part of speech: adverb
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