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Detailed Translations for cradle from English to Spanish


to cradle verb (cradles, cradled, cradling)

  1. to cradle (sway; swing; rock; roll)
  2. to cradle
    – To place a mobile device in a cradle to connect to a desktop computer. 1

Conjugations for cradle:

  1. cradle
  2. cradle
  3. cradles
  4. cradle
  5. cradle
  6. cradle
simple past
  1. cradled
  2. cradled
  3. cradled
  4. cradled
  5. cradled
  6. cradled
present perfect
  1. have cradled
  2. have cradled
  3. has cradled
  4. have cradled
  5. have cradled
  6. have cradled
past continuous
  1. was cradling
  2. were cradling
  3. was cradling
  4. were cradling
  5. were cradling
  6. were cradling
  1. shall cradle
  2. will cradle
  3. will cradle
  4. shall cradle
  5. will cradle
  6. will cradle
continuous present
  1. am cradling
  2. are cradling
  3. is cradling
  4. are cradling
  5. are cradling
  6. are cradling
  1. be cradled
  2. be cradled
  3. be cradled
  4. be cradled
  5. be cradled
  6. be cradled
  1. cradle!
  2. let's cradle!
  3. cradled
  4. cradling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

cradle [the ~] noun

  1. the cradle (sleeping place for babies; cot; crib)
    la cuna
  2. the cradle
    – A hardware device used to connect a portable device to a desktop computer. When the device is in the cradle, data can be synchronized between the device and the computer. 1

Translation Matrix for cradle:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
base address; arable; arable land; basal area; base; basic assumption; basic principle; basic rule; basic thought; basis; departure area; domicile; dwelling place; farming land; farmland; field; first coat; first layer; foundation; fundamental idea; ground wall; habitat; home; home base; initial concept; lower part; motivation; place of residence; point of departure; point of support; primer; priming coat; principle; rank and file; residence; rule of life; starting point; station of support; substructure; undercoat
cuna cot; cradle; crib; sleeping place for babies birthplace; crib; house of one's birth; origin; place of birth; roots; source
- birthplace; place of origin; provenance; provenience; rocker
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
balancearse cradle; rock; roll; sway; swing dangle; falter; fluctuate; glide; heave; oscillate; rock; roll; skid; skim; slide; slip; slip up; slither; stagger; sway; swing; swing to and fro; vary; whirl; wobble
colocar en la base cradle
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
base cradle

Related Words for "cradle":

  • cradling, cradles

Synonyms for "cradle":

Related Definitions for "cradle":

  1. a baby bed with sides and rockers2
  2. a trough that can be rocked back and forth; used by gold miners to shake auriferous earth in water in order to separate the gold2
  3. where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence2
  4. birth of a person2
    • he was taught from the cradle never to cry2
  5. run with the stick2
  6. hold gently and carefully2
    • He cradles the child in his arms2
  7. wash in a cradle2
    • cradle gold2
  8. cut grain with a cradle scythe2
  9. hold or place in or as if in a cradle2
    • He cradled the infant in his arms2
  10. bring up from infancy2
  11. A hardware device used to connect a portable device to a desktop computer. When the device is in the cradle, data can be synchronized between the device and the computer.1
  12. To place a mobile device in a cradle to connect to a desktop computer.1

Wiktionary Translations for cradle:

  1. to rock (a baby to sleep)
  1. oscillating bed for a baby

Cross Translation:
cradle cuna Wiege — entweder mit zwei abgerundeten Kufen beziehungsweise Schaukelbrettern versehendes beziehungsweise in ein spezielles Gestell eingehängtes oder frei von der Decke hängendes kastenförmiges Bettchen für Säuglinge, mithilfe dessen der Säugling (in Längs- oder Querrichtung) gewiegt beziehungsweise geschaukelt werden kann
cradle cuna Wiege — übertr. zu [1]; Plural selten; geh.|: Ort, an dem etwas entsteht, sich entwickelt; Ort, von dem etwas ausgeht, entspringt
cradle cuna wieg — een bedje voor een pasgeboren zuigeling, vaak met een hemel van fijn gaas en soms met de mogelijkheid het kind zachtjes heen en weer te bewegen
cradle cuna; niñez; infancia berceaupetit lit où l’on coucher les nourrissons et qui disposer pour que l’on puisse le balancer, le bercer, aisément.
cradle mecer; acunar; cunear bercerbalancer dans un berceau.

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