Hay 2 traducciones principales de might en Español

: might1might2


Pronunciación /mʌɪt//maɪt/


  • 1

    past tense of may
  • 2

    • 2.1British (asking permission)

      might I leave a little early today? ¿podría irme un poco antes hoy?
      • might I make a suggestion? ¿podría hacer una sugerencia?
      • who's going to pay, might I ask? ¿quién va a pagar, si se me permite la pregunta / si se puede saber?

    • 2.2(in suggestions, expressing annoyance, regret)

      (forms of) poder
      you might at least listen al menos podrías / podías escuchar

  • 3

    • 3.1(indicating possibility)

      she might be at home pudiera ser que estuviera en casa
      • somebody might have picked it up by mistake a lo mejor alguien se lo llevó por equivocación
      • what would you do with the money? — I don't know, I might even give it all to charity ¿qué harías con el dinero? — no sé, quizás hasta lo donaba todo a obras de beneficencia
      • it might (well) have been disastrous if the police hadn't arrived podría haber sido catastrófico si no hubiera llegado la policía
      • a dress such as Queen Victoria might have worn un vestido como el que podría / podía haber llevado la reina Victoria
      • as you might imagine como te podrás imaginar
      • mightn't his friends know where he is? — they might ¿no sabrán sus amigos dónde está? — pudiera / podría ser que sí
      • A Morrison spokesman would not deny a report that the brothers might buy back the company.
      • A farmer can report what he thinks might be foot and mouth, a vet has to be called, and a blood test done.

    • 3.2(in generalizations)

      whatever the problem might be, we'll do our best to help sea cual fuere el problema, haremos todo lo posible por ayudar

  • 4

    (indicating sth is natural)
    he rang to apologize — and / as well he might! llamó para pedir perdón — ¡era lo menos que podía hacer!
  • 5

    • 5.1(conceding)

      the house might not be big, but … la casa no será grande pero …
      • I was wondering if you have any suggestions as to what might be best for me considering his size.
      • There are also three reasons to kill off news reports because they might impact stability.
      • On the issue of what these common values might be, the report provides no answers.
      • There was also deep anger at reports that colleges might be privatised.
      • Do you have any suggestions as to what might be causing it and what I can do to remedy the problem?
      • I've made a few suggestions for things she might add to her site and she's always extremely grateful.
      • My suggestions for what might be happening were treated with, I felt, derision.
      • It might endanger other reporters to have it publicly known that this deception is practised.
      • That's important, but I have to remain open to the possibility that now might be the time to cut my losses and flee.
      • They might be basing their charges on some kind of analogy to the cost of the hotel room.
      • Reports that the guns might be destined for sale to the drugs underworld were dismissed as pure speculation.
      • We have a few suggestions that might work and they can be summed up in one word: layering.
      • I knew they would not be reported missing right away and might never be reported missing.
      • Powerful minds can project incredibly rich suggestions of what it might feel like, but you don't know.
      • Some might say his report has extended a similar protection to those who govern us.
      • Identical reports might elicit different responses from different committees.
      • But when a friend suggested the story might not be true she contacted the Advertiser for help.
      • Suggestions for reforms that might limit house price inflation are plentiful enough.
      • There is no suggestion that any schools might close or face restructuring.
      • He then asked doctors to phone in with suggestions of what might be wrong with him.

    • 5.2formal (asking for information)

      who might that gentleman be? ¿quién es ese caballero?

  • 6

    • 6.1(indicating purpose)

      he died that others might live murió para que otros vivieran
      • However, Jesus knew that the law was given so that mankind might understand the purposes of God.

    • 6.2literary (in wishes)

      let us pray, that our voices might be heard oremos para que se escuchen nuestros ruegos

Hay 2 traducciones principales de might en Español

: might1might2


poder, n.


  • 1

    poder masculino
    poderío masculino
    • She took on not only the might of the oceans, but also the might of reality, and has triumphed gloriously over both.
    • The might of the Indian Army was on display as battle tanks and mounted missiles rolled out.
    • He said the pen earlier and now the mouse of the computer is more powerful than the might of the canon.
    • The authorities told them they were privileged to witness the might of the Soviet military machine.
    • The might and depth of the team was immediately evident, and with that comes a rise in the pressure on a driver.
    • However, he believes in the might of the pen and claims not to have used a computer.
    • There's no doubting that the might and grandeur of big mountains can make you feel very humble.
    • He called together the remnants of his tribe and the might of the enemy was overturned.
    • Now they face the might of Russia in a qualifier which has huge ramifications for the national side.
    • With the might of the US behind them, it's as easy as shooting fish in a barrel for them.
    • We must encourage our leaders to use their heads rather than their might.
    • The might of the Roman Empire came from its wealth in precious metals, not from its productivity.
    • Even against the might of the party machines they will be difficult to dislodge.
    • The empathy was evidently always with the freedom fighter as he took on the might of the oppressor.
    • More than that, he knew his friend would cope against the might of Real Madrid.
    • Their security doesn't depend on the might of their individual parts, but their ability to operate as a sum.
    • Nor has it abated since she gave up fiction to challenge the might of the Indian state
    • It can handle a bit of rough treatment, so kids can use all their might to pull out a stalk.
    • What has maintained the old world order has been the might of the omnipotent dollar.
    • They should use their might to challenge and change the laws of this land.