Como dizer "Antecipar" em inglês

Avatar do usuário Jerry Dorien 1360 3 34
Hi,

To bring something forward (antecipar algo) Oxford dictionary
I want to bring the party forward a month, because... (eu quero antecipar a festa um mês, porque...)

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Avatar do usuário Marcio_Farias 12290 1 21 206
Flavia.lm escreveu:And also

Anticipate

An·tic·i·pate
V.tr.
1. To feel or realize beforehand; foresee: hadn't anticipated the crowds at the zoo.
2. To look forward to, especially with pleasure; expect: anticipated a pleasant hike in the country.
3. To deal with beforehand; act so as to mitigate, nullify, or prevent: anticipated the storm by boarding up the windows. See Synonyms at expect.
4. To cause to happen in advance; accelerate.
5. To use in advance, as income not yet available.
6. To pay (a debt) before it is due.

V.intr.
To think, speak, or write about a matter in advance.

Alguns exemplos (com antecipate):

Somehow Juquinha and Zezinho anticipated that and decided to leave before the entire ceiling came crashing down on them.
De alguma forma, Juquinha e Zezinho previram isso e decidiram sair, antes que o teto desabasse neles.

In fact, Juquinha and Zezinho never anticipated that their little world and the bedroom ceiling would come crashing down so fast.
De fato, J e Z não esperavam (ou não podiam prever) que o mundinho deles e o teto do quarto (de dormir) fossem desabar tão rápido.

But Venus became hotter (600° to 800° C) with time, a fact J and Z failed to anticipate as their spaceship now melted down on its surface.
Mas Vênus ficou mais quente (600º a 800ºC) com o passar do tempo, fato esse que J e Z não imaginaram/perceberam, enquanto a espaçonave deles derretia na superfície do planeta.
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Avatar do usuário brasimericano 855 1 2 23
"to bring something forward" would be a very unusual way to translate antecipar in that context. A much more natural translation is "to rescedule for an earlier time or date". For example: I need to reschedule the party for an earlier date since I am going to be out of town on the originally scheduled date.
Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3845 1 9 85
And also

Anticipate

an·tic·i·pate
v.tr.
1. To feel or realize beforehand; foresee: hadn't anticipated the crowds at the zoo.
2. To look forward to, especially with pleasure; expect: anticipated a pleasant hike in the country.
3. To deal with beforehand; act so as to mitigate, nullify, or prevent: anticipated the storm by boarding up the windows. See Synonyms at expect.
4. To cause to happen in advance; accelerate.
5. To use in advance, as income not yet available.
6. To pay (a debt) before it is due.

v.intr.
To think, speak, or write about a matter in advance.
Avatar do usuário Donay Mendonça 46770 21 71 1072
Para dizer "antecipar" (fazer acontecer antes do tempo original) um evento (reunião, festa, consulta, etc) sugiro:

Move up; move up the date of

  • The meeting was supposed to take place at 5:00, but it has been moved up to 1:00.
  • A reunião deveria acontecer às 5:00, mas foi antecipada para 1:00.

  • I'd like to move the meeting up.
  • Eu gostaria de antecipar a reunião.

  • We moved up the date of the wedding. "Really? To when?"
  • Nós antecipamos o casamento. "Mesmo? Para quando?"

  • Academy Awards organizers may move up the date of the show.
  • Organizadores do Academy Awards podem antecipar (a data do) show.

Nota: Bring forward é correto e (mais) comum no inglês britânico.

  • We need to bring the meeting forward from Tuesday to Monday so that more people can attend.
  • Precisamos antecipar a reunião de terça-feira para segunda-feira para que mais pessoas possam comparecer.

  • My boss brought forward the conference by three days so I could attend it before I left for vacation.
  • Meu chefe antecipou a conferência em três dias para que eu pudesse estar presente antes de sair de férias.

Bons estudos.
Avatar do usuário Marcio_Farias 12290 1 21 206
Marcio_Farias escreveu:[[...]
Alguns exemplos (com antecipate):

Onde se lê "antecipate", leia-se "anticipate". Of course, a typo I couldn't readily anticipate, or could I?