Translation of garner in Spanish:

garner

recoger, v.

Pronunciation /ˈɡɑːnə//ˈɡɑrnər/

transitive verb

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    (information/ideas) recoger
    (praise/plaudits) cosechar
    • To enter the ring though, he needed to garner the approval of the country's Constitutional Court in order to begin what will be the battle of all election battles.
    • To garner evidence of anti-social behaviour, the council undertakes covert surveillance.
    • The film was given a special screening at this year's Cannes Film Festival, garnering much praise.
    • The movie does have its moments, and will most likely garner some critical praise just for being what it is.
    • The Nigerian film industry has garnered much attention over the past few years.
    • This film garnered nominations and awards for its humanizing portrait of what some might consider an inhuman criminal.
    • In addition to a long list of professional associations, meetings have been held with the Minnesota Department of Health and the Mayo Clinic to share information and garner support.
    • Consequently, it is able to garner information that is still fresh in a respondent's mind.
    • However, whether the title will garner the approval of North American gamers remains to be seen.
    • Today this collection has garnered international standing for her museum.
    • Any woman scientist who garners the slightest approval from the field or the public wins my respect and admiration, if only because I know how hard it is.
    • Cynics dismissed the collection, which garnered a lot of attention in the literary pages, as a publishing gimmick.
    • Their identity is known, but the public has been urged to come forward and help the authorities garner enough evidence to persuade local magistrates to impose tough anti-social behaviour orders upon them.
    • It's an idea that seems to be garnering preliminary approval from outdoor professionals who must log time picking up after careless campers.
    • However, at the very least, one can garner background information of what might have influenced the empiricists through the doctrine of skepsis.
    • We hope it garners a wealth of information for everyone.
    • Some palm readers might go through a client's purse or have an accomplice do so, in order to garner information about the client.
    • He said information garnered by the expert would be used to help police complete a full facial reconstruction.
    • The prosecutor's office chose to ignore the fact that both of them used the equipment to garner information that by any stretch of the imagination is of great public interest in fighting corruption.
    • The idea of informers and agents is to garner information to save lives.