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exert

  
   vt  
  [+strength, force]  
emplear  
  [+influence, authority]  
ejercer  
to exert o.s.        (physically)    esforzarse  
  ( to do sth      por hacer algo)     
(=overdo things)  
esforzarse or trabajar demasiado  
don't exert yourself!      iro   ¡no te vayas a quebrar or herniar! iro     
he doesn't exert himself at all      no hace el más mínimo esfuerzo  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
to exert o.s. exp.
esforzarse

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
¡no te vayas a quebrar {or} herniar!
[Iron.]
exp.
no hace el más mínimo esfuerzo
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'exert' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
the doctor has told me not to exert myself
exp.
one's native land always exerts a powerful pull
exp.
he exerts {o} has a great deal of influence on his brothers
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"exert": examples and translations in context
Mercy could never exert power in opposition to justice. La misericordia nunca puede ejercer poder en oposición a la justicia.
For instance we should exert fully and consistently our flagstate responsibility. Por ejemplo, deberíamos ejercer plena y sistemáticamente nuestra responsabilidad del Estado del pabellón.
Some neurotransmitters, can exert both excitatory and inhibitory effects depending upon the type of receptors that are present. Algunos neurotransmisores, puede ejercer tanto efectos excitatorios e inhibitorios, dependiendo del tipo de receptores que están presentes.
Only those who can exert some control over that randomness can handle confusions. Sólo aquellos que son capaces de ejercer cierto control sobre esa aleatoriedad pueden manejar las confusiones.
In other words we must exert strenuous mental discipline to conquer envy. En otras palabras, debemos ejercer una vigorosa disciplina mental para vencer la envidia.
A bad choice of music can exert a disastrous influence on us. El elegir incorrectamente la música que escuchamos puede ejercer una influencia desastrosa sobre nosotros.
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