Translation of announce in Spanish:

announce

anunciar, v.

Pronunciation /əˈnaʊns//əˈnaʊns/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (arrival/marriage/event) anunciar
    we regret to announce … lamentamos tener que anunciar …
    • has our flight been announced yet? ¿han anunciado ya nuestro vuelo?
    • the mayor will announce the winner el alcalde dará a conocer el nombre del ganador
    • a fanfare announced the Queen's arrival una fanfarria anunció la llegada de la reina
    • Today, for example, I had to announce a guest conductor - the esteemed Henry Chas.
    • Distantly he heard the intercom in the spaceport announce the shuttle was now disengaging maglocks, and any personnel not on board would have to catch the next flight.
    • At the end, the heroes walk triumphantly into the sunset, while some kind of outdoor PA system announces that the ozone layer came back.
    • The butler announced the arrival of the Archers' dinner guests for that evening.
    • We will meet with the elders at the pavilion and they will then recognize you and announce you to the villagers.
    • I walked through the door as Toby started to announce the next guest.
    • The servant preceded him into the receiving hall and Dar heard him announce the guest.
    • They announce the next station, and the train begins to slow down.
    • We're going to be announcing some special guests - is that enough of a clue?
    • I picked up my guitar and walked off the stage as they announced the next person.
    • We reached our destination on the side of the dance floor and watched as the other people were announced.
    • In that episode, Newhart hosts a cable TV show and announces a guest who brings on what he describes as ‘the smallest horse in the world.’
    • There was the sound of a woman announcing all flights to Tokyo in the background and Eden's eyes widened in understanding.
    • For reasons you'll understand, we didn't want to announce our next guest ahead of time.
    • Some putz suddenly takes the stage to announce me and exclaim excitedly that this was my ‘largest sold-out crowd to date!’.
    • You could hear the faint sounds of the fans in the stadium and the announcer announcing us over the intercom.
    • Even though the speaker system was obviously working so well, the destination station was not announced.
    • After she had told her tear-jerking story, they announced the second guest: George and the priest.
    • Normally this happens at a regional airport after they've announced your flight has been delayed for a few hours.
    • And as she spoke the man who all day long announces on the station that he is sorry to say that a train is running late said he was sorry to say that the 10.25 to Manchester Airport was running five minutes late.
  • 2

    (declare)
    anunciar
    I'm leaving, he announced — me voy —anunció
    • Two well-known shopkeepers in Kirkby Lonsdale have announced their intention to retire from their traditional village shop.
    • Tesco, which bought the One Stop chain nearly two years ago, announced its intention in May to close the post office as it needed more retail space.
    • In a statement issued last week announcing his intention to voluntarily report to the U.S. military, Jenkins said he had intended to surrender since the day he arrived in Japan.
    • The Communications Minister Daryl Williams issued a statement only, announcing the changes and welcoming them.
    • Taylor was to address a joint session of Congress yesterday to officially declare his intention to resign and announce a successor.
    • In a surprise statement last week, the European Commission announced its intention to water down the rules.
    • Mandela has cut back significantly on public appearances since announcing his formal retirement in June to spend more time with his family.
    • Could this attack on their credibility be related to the fact that they've announced that he's unfit to serve as president?
    • In recent days around 70 specialists have quit or announced their intention to quit public hospital positions.
    • This is his fifth and final World Cup, as he has announced his retirement and intention to spend more time with family.
    • When the Crown Office announced the move, its statement failed to declare the men's innocence.
    • In his first public statement since announcing his retirement from sumo, Musashimaru said Sunday he was unable to uphold the responsibility of a grand champion.
    • The statement also announced that a public hearing should be held to hear suggestions concerning the ongoing conservation of the park.
    • Lisa, 26, had booked her wedding before Mr Holt announced his intention to retire.
    • Yet so disillusioned was he with the direction of the side under John Hart that he announced his intention to retire at the end of the season.
    • Confirmation of this fact was announced by the Minister for Communications, Marine and Natural Resources.
    • The man who chose, on the evening his party conference ended, to announce his intentions on television, sees himself as a president, not as a party leader.
    • As a matter of fact I had announced my intentions of stepping down after the World Cup at a press conference before we left for South Africa.
    • ‘There is a determination to debate difficult issues in public at an early stage, rather than announcing policies as accomplished facts’.
    • The simple fact of announcing his intention to proclaim emancipation back in September had created more public anger than Lincoln had anticipated.
  • 3

    (guest) anunciar
    please announce yourself at reception when you arrive tenga la bondad de presentarse en recepción al llegar
  • 4

    (foretell)
    anunciar
    black clouds announced rain nubarrones anunciaban lluvia
  • 5US

    Television Radio
    comentar

intransitive verb

  • 1

    Television Radio
    she announces on the Voice of America es locutora de la Voice of America
  • 2

    (declare candidacy)
    to announce for sth anunciar su (or mi etc.) candidatura a algo
    • he announced for the presidency anunció su candidatura a la presidencia