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Lo que habéis heredado de vuestros padres, volvedlo a ganar a pulso, o no será vuestro.
Johann W. Goethe

Significado de "ganar" en el diccionario de español

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ETIMOLOGÍA DE LA PALABRA GANAR

La palabra ganar procede posiblemente l gótico *ganan, codiciar, influido por el germánico *waidanjan, cosechar; cónfer nórdico gana, desear con avidez, noruego gana, mirar con ansia.
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Se denomina etimología al estudio del origen de la palabras y sus cambios estructurales y de significado.
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PRONUNCIACIÓN DE GANAR

ga · nar play
Ganar es una palabra aguda de 2 sílabas.
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Las palabras agudas van acentuadas en la última sílaba.
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CATEGORIA GRAMATICAL DE GANAR

sustantivo
adjetivo
verbo
adverbio
pronombre
preposición
conjunción
interjección
artículo
Ganar es un verbo.
El verbo es la parte de la oración que se conjuga y expresa acción y estado.

Los tiempos verbales se dan en tres modos: indicativo, subjuntivo e imperativo.

QUÉ SIGNIFICA GANAR EN ESPAÑOL

definición de ganar en el diccionario español

La primera definición de ganar en el diccionario de la real academia de la lengua española es adquirir caudal o aumentarlo con cualquier género de comercio, industria o trabajo. Otro significado de ganar en el diccionario es obtener un jornal o sueldo en un empleo o trabajo. Ganar es también obtener lo que se disputa en un juego, batalla, oposición, pleito, etc.

CONJUGACIÓN DEL VERBO GANAR

MODO INDICATIVO

TIEMPOS SIMPLES
Presente
yo gano
ganas / ganás
él gana
nos. ganamos
vos. ganáis / ganan
ellos ganan
Pretérito imperfecto
yo ganaba
ganabas
él ganaba
nos. ganábamos
vos. ganabais / ganaban
ellos ganaban
Pret. perfecto simple
yo gané
ganaste
él ganó
nos. ganamos
vos. ganasteis / ganaron
ellos ganaron
Futuro simple
yo ganaré
ganarás
él ganará
nos. ganaremos
vos. ganaréis / ganarán
ellos ganarán
Condicional simple
yo ganaría
ganarías
él ganaría
nos. ganaríamos
vos. ganaríais / ganarían
ellos ganarían
TIEMPOS COMPUESTOS
Pret. Perf. Compuesto
yo he ganado
has ganado
él ha ganado
nos. hemos ganado
vos. habéis ganado
ellos han ganado
Pret. Pluscuamperfecto
yo había ganado
habías ganado
él había ganado
nos. habíamos ganado
vos. habíais ganado
ellos habían ganado
Pretérito Anterior
yo hube ganado
hubiste ganado
él hubo ganado
nos. hubimos ganado
vos. hubisteis ganado
ellos hubieron ganado
Futuro perfecto
yo habré ganado
habrás ganado
él habrá ganado
nos. habremos ganado
vos. habréis ganado
ellos habrán ganado
Condicional Perfecto
yo habría ganado
habrías ganado
él habría ganado
nos. habríamos ganado
vos. habríais ganado
ellos habrían ganado
El modo indicativo es el modo verbal que enuncia como real lo expresado por el verbo.

MODO SUBJUNTIVO

TIEMPOS SIMPLES
Presente
yo gane
ganes
él gane
nos. ganemos
vos. ganéis / ganen
ellos ganen
Pretérito imperfecto
yo ganara o ganase
ganaras o ganases
él ganara o ganase
nos. ganáramos o ganásemos
vos. ganarais o ganaseis / ganaran o ganasen
ellos ganaran o ganasen
Futuro simple
yo ganare
ganares
él ganare
nos. ganáremos
vos. ganareis / ganaren
ellos ganaren
TIEMPOS COMPUESTOS
Pret. Perf. Compuesto
yo hube ganado
hubiste ganado
él hubo ganado
nos. hubimos ganado
vos. hubisteis ganado
ellos hubieron ganado
Futuro Perfecto
yo habré ganado
habrás ganado
él habrá ganado
nos. habremos ganado
vos. habréis ganado
ellos habrán ganado
Condicional perfecto
yo habría ganado
habrías ganado
él habría ganado
nos. habríamos ganado
vos. habríais ganado
ellos habrían ganado
El modo subjuntivo se caracteriza por presentar una acción como posible o hipotética.
MODO IMPERATIVO
Imperativo
gana (tú) / ganá (vos)
ganad (vosotros) / ganen (ustedes)
El modo imperativo es el modo gramatical empleado para expresar mandatos, órdenes o solicitudes taxativas.
FORMAS NO PERSONALES
Infinitivo
ganar
Participio
ganado
Gerundio
ganando
Las formas no personales del verbo carecen de persona y número.

El infinitivo muestra la acción fuera de toda perspectiva temporal. El gerundio muestra la acción durante su transcurso. El participio muestra la acción tras su terminación.

PALABRAS QUE RIMAN CON GANAR


alivianar
a·li·via·nar
allanar
a·lla·nar
amanar
a·ma·nar
aplanar
a·pla·nar
desgranar
des·gra·nar
emanar
e·ma·nar
engalanar
en·ga·la·nar
engranar
en·gra·nar
fontanar
fon·ta·nar
hermanar
her·ma·nar
hilvanar
hil·va·nar
hontanar
hon·ta·nar
lanar
la·nar
manar
ma·nar
manzanar
man·za·nar
platanar
pla·ta·nar
profanar
pro·fa·nar
rebanar
re·ba·nar
sanar
sa·nar
subsanar
sub·sa·nar

PALABRAS QUE EMPIEZAN COMO GANAR

gana
ganable
ganada
ganadera
ganadería
ganadero
ganado
ganador
ganadora
ganancia
ganancial
gananciera
gananciero
gananciosa
ganancioso
ganapán
ganapierde
gancha
ganchera
ganchero

PALABRAS QUE TERMINAN COMO GANAR

achabacanar
afanar
afiligranar
aganar
amilanar
avellanar
cristianar
desengranar
desganar
deshilvanar
desimanar
devanar
empanar
empantanar
enmarihuanar
explanar
granar
imanar
lupanar
resanar

Sinónimos y antónimos de ganar en el diccionario español de sinónimos

SINÓNIMOS

SINÓNIMOS DE «GANAR»

Las siguientes palabras tienen un significado similar o idéntico a «ganar» y pertenecen a la misma categoría gramatical.
sinónimos de ganar

ANTÓNIMOS DE «GANAR»

Las siguientes palabras significan lo contrario que «ganar» y también pertenecen a la misma categoría gramatical.
antónimos de ganar

PALABRAS RELACIONADAS CON «GANAR»

ganar adelantar aventajar cobrar devengar embolsar exceder ingresar obtener percibir rebasar superar triunfar vencer despilfarrar fracasar gastar perder alguien comer primera lengua española adquirir caudal aumentarlo cualquier género comercio industria trabajo otro jornal sueldo empleo ganar también disputa juego batalla oposición pleito cabeza guía completa entrenamiento mejores secretos para dinero internet editar estrategias administración editorial servirá identificar muchas labores cruciales este negocio mediante recetas quehacer diario sino administrar controlar algunas funciones específicasel arte cómo usar ataque campañas buena estrategia trata nuestro candidato actúe racionalidad torero adversario furia toro tenis inteligente jugar partido

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TRADUCCIÓN DE GANAR

Conoce la traducción de ganar a 25 idiomas con nuestro traductor multilingüe.
Las traducciones de ganar presentadas en esta sección han sido obtenidas mediante traducción automática estadística a partir del idioma español.

En el siguiente apartado puedes consultar las traducciones de ganar en el diccionario español-inglés así como el contexto en el que se emplean habitualmente mediante ejemplos de uso.

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win
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जीतना
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فاز
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победа
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vencer
270 millones de hablantes

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জয়
260 millones de hablantes

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victoire
220 millones de hablantes

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kemenangan
190 millones de hablantes

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Sieg
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勝利
130 millones de hablantes

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승리
85 millones de hablantes

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menang
85 millones de hablantes
vi

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thắng lợi
80 millones de hablantes

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வெற்றி
75 millones de hablantes

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विजय
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kazanmak
70 millones de hablantes

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vittoria
65 millones de hablantes

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wygrana
50 millones de hablantes

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перемога
40 millones de hablantes

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victorie
30 millones de hablantes
el

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νίκη
15 millones de hablantes
af

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wen
14 millones de hablantes
sv

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win
10 millones de hablantes
no

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seier
5 millones de hablantes

DICCIONARIO ESPAÑOL - INGLÉS

Conoce las traducciones de ganar en inglés y el contexto en el que se emplean habitualmente mediante ejemplos de uso.

ganar
ganar 
  earn ; conquer ; win ; win out ; prevail ; go + one better ; net ; pip.
 The article 'Women in industry: where and how they administrate' concludes that there are fewer women in management than men and they earn less.
 The tools and technologies provided by the Internet enable scholars to communicate or disseminate information in ways which conquer the barriers of time and space.
 Those who perform in this manner can be characterized as those who would 'rather fight than win'.
 It remains to be seen which approach will win out, in the current tug-of-war.
 The emphasis on title entry came from the specialized libraries, primarily the technical libraries, that were small but had the money and the power behind them to see that their view prevails.
 I think Murray will go one better than Wimbledon, but will lose to Federer again in the final.
 A circle of knitters who meet for a natter have ended up netting a massive £4973 for charity.
 Poland became the biggest net beneficiary from the European Union's budget in 2009, pipping Greece and Spain to the top spot.
dinero que tanto ha costado ganar 
hard-earned money
 Customers choose an establishment and spend hard-earned money and they want employees to exude appreciation through the attitude that 'we aim to please, the customer is always right, service is our business, and quality is our middle name'.
ganar a Alguien sin apenas hacer ningún esfuerzo  
beat + Nombre + hands down
win + hands down
 There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.
 Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.
ganar aceptación 
gain + favour
 One commercial application that is gaining favour in pig farming is the electronic sow feeder.
ganar adeptos  
gain + currency
gain + followers
 It seems that around this late period of the seventeenth century this usage was beginning to gain currency.
 To gain followers you have to communicate a vision, a mission, a shared purpose, a dream, a goal.
ganar a lo grande 
win + big
 France wins big in European Swimming Championships.
ganar bastante dinero  
make + good money
earn + good money
 Thousands of ordinary people from all over the world are now making good money on the Internet, who once thought they never could.
 What I was reading about looked like a really genuine and reliable way of earning good money that didn't involve some fly by night, get rich quick scheme.
ganar cada vez más importancia  
go from + strength to strength
grow from + strength to strength
 This was achieved with great success, and the scheme goes from strength to strength.
 Since then the group has grown from strength to strength developing a number of projects of mutual benefit.
ganar cómodamente  
beat + Nombre + hands down
win + hands down
 There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.
 Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.
ganar con dificultar 
eke out
 Let's not squabble about the fact that Bush actually eked out a razor-thin victory in the popular vote.
ganar confianza en uno mismo 
gain + confidence (with/in)
 This assignment was designed to help students gain confidence in using print and computerized sources.
ganar cuando todo parece estar perdido 
victory from the jaws of defeat
 The article is entitled 'Victory from the jaws of defeat: a tribute to the Newark Public Library'.
ganar de forma abrumadora  
beat + Nombre + hands down
win + hands down
 There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.
 Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.
ganar de forma aplastante    [Generalmente usado en el contexto de las elecciones o votaciones] 
beat + Nombre + hands down
win + hands down
win by + a landslide
storm to + victory
 There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.
 Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.
 The polls mean nothing at this point - if he wins by a landslide fantastic but we are in June not October, long way between there and now.
 Labour's David Lammy stormed to victory in the Tottenham Parliamentary election with a thumping majority.
ganar de forma arrolladora  [Generalmente usado en el contexto de las elecciones o votaciones] 
win by + a landslide
storm to + victory
 The polls mean nothing at this point - if he wins by a landslide fantastic but we are in June not October, long way between there and now.
 Labour's David Lammy stormed to victory in the Tottenham Parliamentary election with a thumping majority.
ganar dinero   
make + money
earn + money
earn + a penny
 Actually, we're in business to make money and we do need a mandate to do this kind of thing.
 This article examines whether there are significant differences in the member profiles, in the work they do, in the money they earn, or in the attitudes they hold.
 Grandma use to say, to save a penny, you have to earn a penny.
ganar + Dinero 
make + Dinero
 There was justice in Dickens's complaint that his books would have made him many thousands of pounds in America if he had been able to copyright them there.
ganar dinero a espuertas  
earn + big money
make + big money
 Unless you are extremely lucky and fall on the right thing at the right time you are going to have to work to earn big money.
 Making big money depends quite a bit on what one considers to be big money.
ganar dinero fácil   
make + easy money
make + a quick buck
make + a fast buck
 Here we teach you the fundamentals to making easy money online.
 In this chapter, I will show you some ways to make a quick buck, either at school, work, or anywhere.
 They are in a race to make a fast buck and make it big.
ganar el pulso 
the nod + go to
 In a tie, the data suggests the nod would go to search engines = En igualdad de condiciones, los datos nos dan a entender que serían los buscadores los que ganarían el pulso, en última instancia.
ganar el segundo puesto 
win + second place
 She won second place in shotput at the state championship.
ganar enemigos 
make + enemies
 However, her strong-mindedness, dictatorial tactics, and attempts to dominate her teachers and staff have made her many enemies.
ganar fácilmente    
coast + home
coast to + victory
beat + Nombre + hands down
win + hands down
 To no one's surprise, Vladimir Putin coasted home in Sunday's presidential election with 71.2 percent support.
 Arnold Schwarzenegger coasted to an easy victory over Democrat Phil Angelides on Tuesday.
 There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.
 Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.
ganar fama 
win + fame
 A portraitist and draftsman, Leutze won fame as a history painter.
ganar fluidez 
gain + facility
 This approach to teaching ensures that you will receive individual attention and gain facility in the use of the state-of-the-art equipment.
ganar fuerza  
gather + strength
gather + steam
 This north/south cooperation is a five-year-old initiative that is now gathering strength = Esta cooperación norte-sur es una iniciativa que cumple cinco años y que ahora está ganando fuerza.
 The groundswell of movement towards integrating previously unrelated technologies and markets is now gathering a reasonable head of steam.
ganar ímpetu     
gather + momentum
gain + impetus
gather + strength
gather + steam
gather + pace
 The incentive to make library services more relevant to the community became increasingly urgent from the mid-seventies as the attacks on local government finance gathered momentum.
 The trend towards globalisation in publishing has gained impetus from the European Community's plans to create a single market by the end of 1992.
 This north/south cooperation is a five-year-old initiative that is now gathering strength = Esta cooperación norte-sur es una iniciativa que cumple cinco años y que ahora está ganando fuerza.
 The groundswell of movement towards integrating previously unrelated technologies and markets is now gathering a reasonable head of steam.
 The author looks at the likely future shifts in economic structures in advanced economies, as the information age replaces the industrial era, and regionalism gathers pace.
ganar importancia      
grow in + importance
grow in + strength
gain + prominence
grow in + significance
gain + significance
gain in + importance
 The serialization of new fiction in half-crown monthly magazines such as Blackwood's started in a small way in the 1820s, and grew in importance during the following decade.
 The author suggests that unions were slowly, though not uniformly, growing in strength.
 Issues such as the electronic library or the virtual library, and document delivery services are likely to gain prominence.
 As global networks grow in significance it is getting more important to share knowledge and standards.
 It was not until the 16th century that falconry and stag hunting gained the significance that it retained until 1789.
 Since most of these Muslims are here to stay, the question of their integration is gaining in importance.
ganar la delantera   
gain + the upper hand
have + the upper hand
win + the high ground
 And at the moment, many experts believe China may have gained the upper hand.
 They may have the upper hand but will one slip-up lead to a reversal of fortune?.
 If I am to win the high ground in this battle then I absolutely must look the part.
ganar la lotería 
win + the lottery
 The article is entitled 'Georgia's libraries and media centers win the lottery!.
ganar la partida 
gain + the upper hand
 And at the moment, many experts believe China may have gained the upper hand.
ganar la partida a      [Literalmente significa "ser más listo que"]   
outmanoeuvre [outmaneuver, -USA]
out-think [outthink]
outfox
outwit
outsmart
beat + Nombre + to the post
out-strategise [out-strategize, -USA]
outclass
 This will turn out to be just another way for vendors to outmaneuver one another, with the more aggressive periodicals managers thriving at the expense of the others.
 Today's online information industry is playing a game of catch-up, and must out-think current market leaders in order to find profitable new markets.
 It also led to a continuing guerilla war between the authorities and caricaturists who sought to evade, outfox, or entirely defy them.
 Two dangerous trysts are spied upon by a third and hostile party, whose presence is detected by the lovers who act in consort to outwit him.
 Smart and speedy start-ups blindside mature companies with their inventiveness then grow up into mature companies and are outsmarted in their turn.
 Walker beat him to the post but there was no acrimony from Copland.
 Radical Islamist extremists have out-spent, out-manoeuvred and out-strategised democracies around the world.
 He also laughingly joked about Kelly not being able to outclass him this time.
ganar la supremacia   
win + the high ground
gain + the upper hand
have + the upper hand
 If I am to win the high ground in this battle then I absolutely must look the part.
 And at the moment, many experts believe China may have gained the upper hand.
 They may have the upper hand but will one slip-up lead to a reversal of fortune?.
ganarle la mano a Alguien 
steal + a march on
 The book 'To steal a march on God' explores how heroic acts have complex moral, ethical, and philosophical implications that can still affect people a generation later.
ganarle la vez a Alguien         [Literalmente significa "ser más listo que"]    
outdo
trump
beat + Nombre + to the post
outmanoeuvre [outmaneuver, -USA]
out-think [outthink]
outfox
outwit
outsmart
out-strategise [out-strategize, -USA]
outshine
outclass
overmatch
 This novel is narrated by William, an underachiever who is constantly outdone by his charming and lovable identical twin brother.
 If prejudice is allowed to trump the rights that all citizens should enjoy, then everyone's freedoms are ultimately endangered.
 Walker beat him to the post but there was no acrimony from Copland.
 This will turn out to be just another way for vendors to outmaneuver one another, with the more aggressive periodicals managers thriving at the expense of the others.
 Today's online information industry is playing a game of catch-up, and must out-think current market leaders in order to find profitable new markets.
 It also led to a continuing guerilla war between the authorities and caricaturists who sought to evade, outfox, or entirely defy them.
 Two dangerous trysts are spied upon by a third and hostile party, whose presence is detected by the lovers who act in consort to outwit him.
 Smart and speedy start-ups blindside mature companies with their inventiveness then grow up into mature companies and are outsmarted in their turn.
 Radical Islamist extremists have out-spent, out-manoeuvred and out-strategised democracies around the world.
 She was sensational throughout the competition and outshone her opponents with singing skills that seemed to stretch beyond the talent of a 17 year old.
 He also laughingly joked about Kelly not being able to outclass him this time.
 Adams is a lovely and subtle performer, but she is overmatched by her co-star and handicapped by the material.
ganar más de un millón 
break + the six figures
 Less than 20 percent of American households even break the six figures.
ganar mucho dinero    
make + good money
earn + good money
make + big money
earn + big money
 Thousands of ordinary people from all over the world are now making good money on the Internet, who once thought they never could.
 What I was reading about looked like a really genuine and reliable way of earning good money that didn't involve some fly by night, get rich quick scheme.
 Making big money depends quite a bit on what one considers to be big money.
 Unless you are extremely lucky and fall on the right thing at the right time you are going to have to work to earn big money.
ganar peso  
put on + weight
gain + weight
 She can eat like a horse and never put on weight.
 Obesity is a well known problem, however some people really want and need to gain weight.
ganar popularidad   
gain in + popularity
gain + popularity
increase in + popularity
 There is no doubt that since DCD and BNB healed the breach the LC scheme has gained in popularity.
 This technique is sure to gain popularity as more libraries become involved in the long-range planning process.
 CD drives are now cheap enough for CD-ROMs to increase in popularity.
ganar por encima de un millón 
break + the six figures
 Less than 20 percent of American households even break the six figures.
ganar por los pelos 
pip + Nombre + at/to the (finishing) post
 We were really impressed with the high level of entries to the competition, but Eloise just pipped the others at the finishing post.
ganar + Posesivo + estima 
go up in + Posesivo + estimation
 As much as she disliked Emory, his reaction to their friends had made him go up in her estimation.
ganar prestigio 
gain in + ascendancy
 As the awareness of information gains in ascendancy, the mechanisms of information access change with the development of new technologies.
ganar prosélitos 
proselytise [proselytize, -USA]
 Provided that the library is accessible to them and offers an atmosphere of welcome, it is not our business to proselytize them into using it.
ganar protagonismo 
gain in + importance
 Since most of these Muslims are here to stay, the question of their integration is gaining in importance.
ganar reconocimiento 
gain + credit
 The work is very much akin to journalism in the way that time presses, the content must be dealt with in a craftsmanlike way but the author will gain credit more for 'reporting' skills than for philosophical analyses.
ganar resistencia 
grow in + stamina
 This part of the reading session can gradually be lengthened as the children grow in stamina and appetite.
ganarse    [Actuar con la intención de ganarse la admiración de alguien]
win over
propitiate
play to + Nombre
 It is the latest incentive being offered to attract the Web user and win over their loyalty of custom.
 The latest news is that in India some residents are transforming themselves into ghosts in a ritual to propitiate Lord Shiva.
 Wilensky has argued that 'the good, the mediocre and the trashy are becoming fused in one massive middle mush' and that 'intellectuals are increasingly tempted to play to mass audiences'.
ganarse a Alguien 
win + Nombre + heart
 Well, if you really want to know how to make a man fall in love, the following are some top tips for winning his heart.
ganarse a la gente 
win + hearts and minds
 Real progress will remain elusive if the US keeps sending mixed signals, talking of winning hearts and minds and bombing Pakistani territory at the same time.
ganarse el apoyo 
earn + support
 Hence the all-too-common spectacle of a library trying - worse still, claiming - to do everything and not doing anything well enough to earn respect and thence support.
ganarse el aprecio 
earn + appreciation
 Consensus was that women needed to involve themselves in projects and services to earn more appreciation and respect.
ganarse el cariño 
endear
 His description of Tycho's project in terms that are uncompromisingly modern may not endear his study to all readers.
ganarse el corazón de Alguien 
win + Nombre + heart
 Well, if you really want to know how to make a man fall in love, the following are some top tips for winning his heart.
ganarse el favor de 
win + the favour of
 The Celts were notorious for the bloody rituals with which they tried to win the favor of their gods.
ganarse el pan       
get + Posesivo + bread
earn + Posesivo + bread
earn + Posesivo + bread and butter
earn + a penny
bring + home the bacon
make + a living for the family
put + bread on the table
 Incentives to earn more than a living were few, and if a man could get his bread by less than a whole week's work, he might well take the rest of the time off.
 After the death of her father in 1767 she obtained permission to learn millinery and dressmaking with a view to earning her bread.
 These little kids have been left alone in the homes, missing the absence of their family members who are busy earning their bread and butter.
 Grandma use to say, to save a penny, you have to earn a penny.
 Are you one of the millions of people, who are still unemployed, and wondering how you are going to bring home the bacon?.
 His wife sewed for others to make a living for the family while he was gone.
 If in your mind your job is solely for the purpose of 'putting bread on the table,' you are, in a sense, prostituting your labor.
ganarse el pan con el sudor de la frente 
earn + Posesivo + daily bread with the sweat of + Posesivo + brow
 An information society is one in which the expression 'to earn one's daily bread by the sweat of one's brow' appears decidedly anachronistic.
ganarse el pan de cada día   
get + Posesivo + bread
earn + Posesivo + bread
earn + Posesivo + bread and butter
 Incentives to earn more than a living were few, and if a man could get his bread by less than a whole week's work, he might well take the rest of the time off.
 After the death of her father in 1767 she obtained permission to learn millinery and dressmaking with a view to earning her bread.
 These little kids have been left alone in the homes, missing the absence of their family members who are busy earning their bread and butter.
ganarse el pan honestamente      
turn + an honest buck
turn + an honest penny
earn + an honest buck
earn + an honest dollar
earn + an honest penny
turn + an honest dollar
 These crooked promoters could have turned an honest buck with their great ideas if they had not been so intent on cheating the public.
 They were primarily concerned with turning an honest penny and didn't care what the critics thought as long as the public bought the theatre tickets.
 Since rumor has it that they are broke and are primarily scam artists, maybe she is trying to earn an honest buck for a change.
 The great charm of cats is their rampant egotism, their devil-may-care attitude toward responsibility, and their disinclination to earn an honest dollar.
 However, it was his proud boast that he was seldom out of work and was prepared to do almost anything that would earn an honest penny.
 The economic future of the region is tied in with our individual need to turn an honest dollar.
ganarse el pan honradamente      
turn + an honest penny
earn + an honest penny
earn + an honest buck
earn + an honest dollar
turn + an honest buck
turn + an honest dollar
 They were primarily concerned with turning an honest penny and didn't care what the critics thought as long as the public bought the theatre tickets.
 However, it was his proud boast that he was seldom out of work and was prepared to do almost anything that would earn an honest penny.
 Since rumor has it that they are broke and are primarily scam artists, maybe she is trying to earn an honest buck for a change.
 The great charm of cats is their rampant egotism, their devil-may-care attitude toward responsibility, and their disinclination to earn an honest dollar.
 These crooked promoters could have turned an honest buck with their great ideas if they had not been so intent on cheating the public.
 The economic future of the region is tied in with our individual need to turn an honest dollar.
ganarse el respeto 
earn + Posesivo + respect
 Hence the all-too-common spectacle of a library trying - worse still, claiming - to do everything and not doing anything well enough to earn respect and thence support.
ganarse el sueldo 
earn + Posesivo + salary
 In these situations, customer service personnel earn their salaries by remaining cool-headed.
ganarse la aceptación de Alguien  
gain + favour with/among + Nombre
gain + Posesivo + favour
 Industry analysts forecast that South Africa will gain favour with international travellers who perceive it to be a 'safe' destination.
 For the rich and powerful it was important to give an expensive gift to the king or queen to gain their favour.
ganarse la confianza 
earn + the trust
 To earn the trust of the public, computer professionals must learn to speak a language that is understandable to them.
ganarse la confianza de   
achieve + credibility with
gain + the confidence of
win + the confidence of
 Since they were operated as part of the local authority, they achieved little credibility with residents.
 To date, it has carried out its work effectively and gained the confidence of all involved parties.
 To win the confidence of the business community, the library has to perform at a very high level.
ganarse la confianza de Alguien 
gain + Posesivo + confidence
 By freeing the uncle you gain her confidence, and by gaining her confidence you gain her person.
ganarse la existencia    
earn + a living
earn + Posesivo + living
make + a living
earn + a livelihood
 Incentives to earn more than a living were few, and if a man could get his bread by less than a whole week's work, he might well take the rest of the time off.
 Professional abstractors earn their living by abstracting.
 Before leaving the problems of making a living from bookselling it is interesting to take note of one last set of figures in the surveys which give some details of the sales made by bookshops.
 She then lived in the town of Nantes, where she was joined by her mother and earned her livelihood as a hotel maid under a false name.
ganarse la fama de 
earn + a reputation as
 It has earned a reputation as a watchdog and consumers union in the medical equipment industry with its international problem reporting network, published in HEALTH DEVICES ALERTS (HDA) on DIALOG.
ganarse las habichuelas   
bring + home the bacon
make + a living for the family
put + bread on the table
 Are you one of the millions of people, who are still unemployed, and wondering how you are going to bring home the bacon?.
 His wife sewed for others to make a living for the family while he was gone.
 If in your mind your job is solely for the purpose of 'putting bread on the table,' you are, in a sense, prostituting your labor.
ganarse las lentejas   
bring + home the bacon
make + a living for the family
put + bread on the table
 Are you one of the millions of people, who are still unemployed, and wondering how you are going to bring home the bacon?.
 His wife sewed for others to make a living for the family while he was gone.
 If in your mind your job is solely for the purpose of 'putting bread on the table,' you are, in a sense, prostituting your labor.
ganarse la vida        
earn + a living
make + a living
earn + income
earn + Posesivo + living
make + Posesivo + living
Verbo + for a living
earn + a penny
earn + a livelihood
 Incentives to earn more than a living were few, and if a man could get his bread by less than a whole week's work, he might well take the rest of the time off.
 Before leaving the problems of making a living from bookselling it is interesting to take note of one last set of figures in the surveys which give some details of the sales made by bookshops.
 This enables them to earn an income, which is usually higher than the national average.
 Professional abstractors earn their living by abstracting.
 The new hip agrarians, who are attempting to make their living from the land as did the early settlers, must rely on the printed word to bridge the gap between themselves and their ancestors.
 Not once did it occur to me that I was having a heart-to-heart with a woman who faked orgasms for a living.
 Grandma use to say, to save a penny, you have to earn a penny.
 She then lived in the town of Nantes, where she was joined by her mother and earned her livelihood as a hotel maid under a false name.
ganarse la vida actuando en la calle 
busk
 Going out into the world busking as a street performer can be a very rewarding experience.
ganarse la vida a duras penas    
eke out + a living
scratch (out) + a living
scrape + a living
eke out + an existence
 He represents not only hard-pressed immigrants and their plight but also everyone else eking out a living on the street corners of cities.
 David keeps at his pushcart, scratching out a living even in the dead of winter - meanwhile, Rose secretly visits Sammy to watch out for him.
 A recent report finds that small business owners who employ five or less staff are, on average, barely scraping a living from all their effort.
 In thus eking out an existence, however, the washerwoman was very important for the survival of her family.
ganarse la vida honestamente      
turn + an honest buck
turn + an honest penny
earn + an honest buck
earn + an honest dollar
earn + an honest penny
turn + an honest dollar
 These crooked promoters could have turned an honest buck with their great ideas if they had not been so intent on cheating the public.
 They were primarily concerned with turning an honest penny and didn't care what the critics thought as long as the public bought the theatre tickets.
 Since rumor has it that they are broke and are primarily scam artists, maybe she is trying to earn an honest buck for a change.
 The great charm of cats is their rampant egotism, their devil-may-care attitude toward responsibility, and their disinclination to earn an honest dollar.
 However, it was his proud boast that he was seldom out of work and was prepared to do almost anything that would earn an honest penny.
 The economic future of the region is tied in with our individual need to turn an honest dollar.
ganarse la vida honradamente       
turn + an honest penny
earn + an honest penny
earn + an honest buck
earn + an honest dollar
turn + an honest buck
turn + an honest dollar
make + an honest living
 They were primarily concerned with turning an honest penny and didn't care what the critics thought as long as the public bought the theatre tickets.
 However, it was his proud boast that he was seldom out of work and was prepared to do almost anything that would earn an honest penny.
 Since rumor has it that they are broke and are primarily scam artists, maybe she is trying to earn an honest buck for a change.
 The great charm of cats is their rampant egotism, their devil-may-care attitude toward responsibility, and their disinclination to earn an honest dollar.
 These crooked promoters could have turned an honest buck with their great ideas if they had not been so intent on cheating the public.
 The economic future of the region is tied in with our individual need to turn an honest dollar.
 I have heard a number of people say that illegal immigrants are 'Just trying to make an honest living'.
ganarse los garbanzos   
bring + home the bacon
make + a living for the family
put + bread on the table
 Are you one of the millions of people, who are still unemployed, and wondering how you are going to bring home the bacon?.
 His wife sewed for others to make a living for the family while he was gone.
 If in your mind your job is solely for the purpose of 'putting bread on the table,' you are, in a sense, prostituting your labor.
ganarse partidarios   
gather + a following
win + Nombre + a following
gain + a following
 They are also a place where untested ideas or authors can prove themselves and gather a following.
 His public statements on art quickly won him a following among young students of art.
 While the DVD format is gaining a following among video developers, its application in the education market has advanced only very slowly.
ganarse + Posesivo + afecto 
win + Posesivo + affection
 He falls hopelessly for her and makes a difficult sacrifice in the hopes of winning her affection, but she's too nihilistic to put any stock in love.
ganarse + Posesivo + cariño 
win + Posesivo + affection
 He falls hopelessly for her and makes a difficult sacrifice in the hopes of winning her affection, but she's too nihilistic to put any stock in love.
ganarse + Posesivo + persona 
gain + Posesivo + person
 By freeing the uncle you gain her confidence, and by gaining her confidence you gain her person.
ganarse + Posesivo + simpatía 
win + Posesivo + affection
 He falls hopelessly for her and makes a difficult sacrifice in the hopes of winning her affection, but she's too nihilistic to put any stock in love.
ganarse + Posesivo + voluntad 
win + Posesivo + affection
 He falls hopelessly for her and makes a difficult sacrifice in the hopes of winning her affection, but she's too nihilistic to put any stock in love.
ganarse seguidores   
gather + a following
win + Nombre + a following
gain + a following
 They are also a place where untested ideas or authors can prove themselves and gather a following.
 His public statements on art quickly won him a following among young students of art.
 While the DVD format is gaining a following among video developers, its application in the education market has advanced only very slowly.
ganarse una reputación   
achieve + a reputation
secure + a reputation
build up + Posesivo + reputation
 Scilken has deservedly achieved a reputation as the consumer advocate and gadfly of the profession during the 12 years of his directorship of the Orange Public Library in Orange, New Jersey.
 In the field of cataloguing he streamlined the cataloguing process and secured an international reputation with his cataloguing code and subject headings list.
 Having built up your reputation for over half a century you have managed to kill it stone dead in only a few seconds.
ganarse un lugar en el corazón de Alguien 
win + a place in + Posesivo + heart
 The editor must ask himor herself whether a manuscript will become a book which will survive the attacks of censors to win a place in the hearts, minds and memories of its readers.
ganarse unos ingresos 
earn + income
 This enables them to earn an income, which is usually higher than the national average.
ganar sin ninguna dificultad  
beat + Nombre + hands down
win + hands down
 There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.
 Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.
ganar sobradamente  
beat + Nombre + hands down
win + hands down
 There is no contest in the head-to-head battle for information services supremacy and Google, with its information 'now' and 'fast', beats others hands down.
 Candy, soda, pizza and other snacks compete with nutritious meals everyday with the junk food variety winning hands down every time.
ganar terreno  
gain + ground
make + headway
 Standardisation of formats is less developed; however UNIMARC is gaining ground as a national exchange format, whilst USMARC is also used by university and public libraries.
 Governments are making headway in negotiations aimed at reaching an ambitious and effective global greenhouse gas reduction treaty.
ganar tiempo   
win + time
buy + time
free up + time
 EURODICAUTOM is a dictionary which is invaluable to translators as a means of winning them more time to develop the stylistic aspects of their work and it also ensures the necessary concordance of vocabulary for use within the Community institutions.
 Companies mounted a successful campaign for federal preemption of all local moratoriums that communities had used to buy more time to assess issues, risks, and opportunities.
 In fact, our survey uncovered that 80 percent of respondents are using the Internet to free up time in their busy schedules by paying bills online.
ganar una batalla 
win + a battle
 The article is entitled 'Fighting the middle-age blues - is the public library winning the battle?'.
ganar una discusión 
win + an argument
 If you win the argument, but lose the person, you've lost the argument.
ganar una elección 
win + an election
 Why did socialists win elections in some countries in Europe, and fascists in others, during the interwar period?.
ganar una guerra 
win + a war
 Technology is now being implemented to arm organizations with this weapon - competitor intelligence - to improve business and win the war for customers.
ganar una millonada  
earn + six figures
make + six figures
 This is exactly what I did to earn six figures in seven years.
 One such author says he makes six figures per month.
ganar un argumento 
win + an argument
 If you win the argument, but lose the person, you've lost the argument.
ganar una rifa 
win + a draw
 And such emotional reaction could prompt you to buy more lottery tickets (risking more capital) in the hope of winning the draw the next time!.
ganar un asalto 
win + a round
 The article is entitled 'Williams and Wilkins: librarians win round one'.
ganar un buen sueldo  
make + good money
earn + good money
 Thousands of ordinary people from all over the world are now making good money on the Internet, who once thought they never could.
 What I was reading about looked like a really genuine and reliable way of earning good money that didn't involve some fly by night, get rich quick scheme.
ganar un debate 
win + an argument
 If you win the argument, but lose the person, you've lost the argument.
ganar un encuentro 
win + a match
 Despite tough opposition the team stepped up to the mark, relishing the challenge and going on to win their first two matches.
ganar un partido 
win + a match
 Despite tough opposition the team stepped up to the mark, relishing the challenge and going on to win their first two matches.
ganar un premio    
win + a prize
win + an award
earn + an award
scoop + prize
 The publishers whose books win the prizes obviously use the fact to try to boost sales.
 She won the award for his noteworthy contributions to the field of information science.
 Every time you travel and use a partner airline, hotel or car rental company, you increase your chances of earning an award.
 A waitress who spent her last £5 on a lottery scratchcard scooped a £1m prize.
ganar un sorteo 
win + a draw
 And such emotional reaction could prompt you to buy more lottery tickets (risking more capital) in the hope of winning the draw the next time!.
ganar un título 
win + a title
 He was both the coach of a national team that never lost a match and a club that never won a title.
ganar vigencia 
gain + currency
 It seems that around this late period of the seventeenth century this usage was beginning to gain currency.
haber ganado sólo la mitad de la ba 
be only half the battle
 This clearing of the terminological undergrowth is only half the battle.
hacer que Alguien se lo gane a pulso 
give + Nombre + a (real) run for + Posesivo + money
 Oracle and Sun yesterday renewed their vows of collaboration and detailed their plans to give Microsoft a run for its money.
intentar ganar tiempo  
play for + time
temporise [temporize, -USA]
 Saddam will play for time and avoid precipitating any crises that could cost him his hold on power.
 The first countries to enter the information society will reap the greatests rewards whereas countries which temporise or favour half-hearted solutions could, in less than a decade, face disastrous declines in investment and a squeeze on jobs.
interés por ganar dinero 
profit motive
 In the UK many employers feel library science graduates do not appreciate the profit motive and do not exhibit the necessary outgoing personalities for successful marketing.
llevar las de ganar      
have + the upper hand
win + the high ground
gain + the upper hand
get + a head start
get + a jump start
get + the upper hand
 They may have the upper hand but will one slip-up lead to a reversal of fortune?.
 If I am to win the high ground in this battle then I absolutely must look the part.
 And at the moment, many experts believe China may have gained the upper hand.
 Just a little bus on wheels but preschoolers get a head start.
 Emergency crews got a jump start evacuating residents because two officers driving by saw the smoke and called for more help.
 Can we get the upper hand on viral diseases in aquaculture of Atlantic salmon?.
lo que se gana por un lado se pierde por otro 
swings and roundabouts
 It is all swings and roundabouts: It has been claimed that new products designed to tackle Internet security issues will bring their own problems.
lo que se pierda en una cosa se gana en la otra 
what you lose on the swings you gain on the roundabouts
 The expression expression 'What you lose on the swings, you gain on the roundabouts' is an apt summary of the tradeoffs between paper and online publication.
ni ganar ni perder  [Lo comido por lo servido]
break + even
 Would the library have to charge more than the major document delivery suppliers in order to break even on the cost of the service?.
no se ganó Zamora en una hora 
Rome wasn't built in a day
 Her husband is still as thick as a brick and he still thinks he's been the model husband but Rome wasn't built in a day.
persona que gana mucho dinero 
money-maker
 He is considered to be one of the most successful players of the last decade and is among the highest 'money-makers' in the world of poker.
¡que gane el mejor!  
may the best man win!
may the best man win!
 So our best wishes to all competitors and as the rules stipulate 'May the best man win!'.
 Finally, and most importantly, I would like to wish all competitors the best of luck and may the best team win!.
quien nada arriesga nada gana 
nothing ventured, nothing gained
 In today's recession it seems that the saying 'nothing ventured, nothing gained' could be re-written as 'nothing ventured, nothing lost'.
salir ganando       
make + a profit
compare + favourably
be better off
win + the day
win out
be better served by
come out on + top
 Following our examples, the neighbors decide that they can provide the lower-cost food service to the wider community by buying in even larger quantities, and in the process make a profit for themselves.
 The system compares favourably with commercial ones in cost and reliability = El sistema se compara favorablemente con los sistemas comerciales en coste y fiabilidad.
 Everybody would be better off if academic libraries provided research services on a pay as you go basis.
 All argument in favour of the change was rejected by the library users and local esteem for the library won the day.
 It remains to be seen which approach will win out, in the current tug-of-war.
 However, librarians are better served by presuming any given alternativa title is geared for adult audiences, until proven otherwise = No obstante, es aconsejable que los bibliotecarios asuman que cualquier título alternativo va dirigido a un público adulto, hasta que no se demuestre lo contrario.
 The real story here is that no matter which format ultimately comes out on top, the battle will be long and protracted, with both formats existing side by side for some time.
salir sin ganar ni perder  [Lo comido por lo servido]
break + even
 Would the library have to charge more than the major document delivery suppliers in order to break even on the cost of the service?.
se pierda o se gane 
win or lose
 To keep one's head in a fight - win or lose - seems to depend on whether we know what we are fighting for.
tarjeta rasca y gana  
lottery scratchcard
scratchcard
 A waitress who spent her last £5 on a lottery scratchcard scooped a £1m prize.
 An angry airline passenger ate an 10000 euro winning scratchcard after he was told he could not claim the money immediately.
tener ganada la mitad de la batalla 
be half the battle
 Knowing the problem is half the battle.
tener ganada sólo la mitad de la batalla 
be only half the battle
 This clearing of the terminological undergrowth is only half the battle.
tratar de ganar tiempo  
temporise [temporize, -USA]
play for + time
 The first countries to enter the information society will reap the greatests rewards whereas countries which temporise or favour half-hearted solutions could, in less than a decade, face disastrous declines in investment and a squeeze on jobs.
 Saddam will play for time and avoid precipitating any crises that could cost him his hold on power.

Tendencias de uso de la palabra ganar

TENDENCIAS

TENDENCIAS DE USO ACTUALES DEL TÉRMINO «GANAR»

El término «ganar» es muy utilizado habitualmente y ocupa la posición 1.203 de nuestra lista de términos más usados del diccionario de español.
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En el mapa anterior se refleja la frecuencia de uso del término «ganar» en los diferentes paises.
Principales tendencias de búsqueda y usos comunes de ganar
Listado de las príncipales búsquedas realizadas por los usuarios para acceder a nuestro diccionario de español en línea y expresiones más usadas con la palabra «ganar».

FRECUENCIA DE USO DEL TÉRMINO «GANAR» A LO LARGO DEL TIEMPO

El gráfico expresa la evolución anual de la frecuencia de uso de la palabra «ganar» en los últimos 500 años. Su implementación se basa en el análisis de la frecuencia de aparición del término «ganar» en las fuentes impresas digitalizadas del español publicadas desde el año 1500 hasta la actualidad.

Citas, bibliografía en español y actualidad sobre ganar

EJEMPLOS DE USO

10 CITAS CON «GANAR»

Citas y frases célebres con la palabra ganar.
1
Alfredo Panzini
La fortuna hace como el tahúr en el juego: hace ganar alguna vez, para alentar a los demás.
2
Benjamin R. Haydon
La primera gran dificultad consiste en ganar buena reputación; la segunda, en conservarla toda la vida; la tercera, en preservarla después de muerto.
3
Fernand Vanderem
No existe ninguna receta para alcanzar el éxito, como no la hay para ganar en la bolsa, en la ruleta o en las carreras.
4
George Sand
La coqueta es una mujer que hace por vanidad lo que la cortesana por ganar dinero.
5
Georges Simenon
Lo que importa es ganar, cada día, un día más.
6
Johann W. Goethe
Lo que habéis heredado de vuestros padres, volvedlo a ganar a pulso, o no será vuestro.
7
Johann W. Goethe
Sobre la gran balanza de la fortuna, raramente se detiene el fiel; debes subir o bajar; debes dominar y ganar o servir y perder, sufrir o triunfar; ser yunque o martillo.
8
Johann W. Goethe
Aprovechad el tiempo que vuela tan aprisa; el orden os enseñará a ganar tiempo.
9
José Ortega Y Gasset
Quien trabaja lo hace con la esperanza de ganar con ello un día la liberación de su vida, de poder en su hora dejar de trabajar y... comenzar de verdad a vivir.
10
Nicolai V. Gogol
Lo difícil es ganar miles honradamente. Los millones se amontonan sin trabajo.

10 REFRANES CON LA PALABRA «GANAR»

Recopilación de refranes del refranero popular español con el término ganar.
Con gallina en pepitoria, bien se puede ganar la gloria.
Pasar amargura por ganar hermosura.
Anda el hombre a trote por ganar su capote.
Bien guardar no es poco ganar.
Comer y beber echa la casa a perder; dormir y holgar no la puede ganar.
De lo que supiste ganar, sábete bien tratar.
El avariento por ganar un cornado pierde ciento.
El ganar cría buena sangre; el perder mala.
Ganar amigos es dar dinero a logro y sembrar en regadío.
Ganar mucho sin pecar es difícil de lograr.
Los refranes recogen el saber popular. Señalan qué actitud conviene adoptar en cada situación, definen la razón de una determinada conducta, extraen las consecuencias de una circunstancia… entrañando en cualquier caso un fin didáctico y aleccionador y convirtiendo la anécdota humana en tema de reflexión.

Los primeros refranes escritos se remontan a la Edad Media y versan sobre todo lo cotidiano (trabajos del campo, la iglesia, los hombres, mujeres, etc…).

Miguel de Cervantes, en Don Quijote de la Mancha escribe: "los refranes son sentencias breves, sacadas de la experiencia y especulación de nuestros antiguos ancianos". Seguirá diciendo Don Quijote sobre la utilidad de los refranes: "cualquiera de los que has dicho [, Sancho,] basta para dar a entender tu pensamiento" (Segunda parte, capítulo XVII).

10 LIBROS DEL ESPAÑOL RELACIONADOS CON «GANAR»

Descubre el uso de ganar en la siguiente selección bibliográfica. Libros relacionados con ganar y pequeños extractos de los mismos para contextualizar su uso en la literatura.
1
Editar para ganar: estrategias de administración editorial
Editar para ganar servirá para identificar muchas de las labores cruciales en este negocio, no mediante recetas para el quehacer diario sino con el uso de estrategias para administrar y controlar algunas funciones específicas
Thomas Woll, 2003
2
El arte de ganar: Cómo usar el ataque en campañas ...
«Una buena estrategia trata de que nuestro candidato actúe con la racionalidad del torero y su adversario con la furia del toro.
Jaime Durán Barba- Santiago Nieto,, 2011
3
TENIS INTELIGENTE. Cómo jugar y ganar el partido mental
Conviértete en un jugador de tenis más competente y con más confianza.
John F. Murray, 2002
4
Eutanasia. Una Batalla Por Ganar
La legalizacion de la eutanasia y/o del suicidio asistido es una de las muchas batallas que la luz de la razon debe ganarle todavia a la oscuridad de la fe.
Juan A. Mateu, 2008
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Cuando el enemigo ataca: Las claves para ganar tus batallas ...
El doctor Stanley enseña que para resistir los ataques de Satanás, usted debe meditar en principios bíblicos y tomar cada pensamiento cautivo, armándose con la espada del Espíritu: la Palabra de Dios.
Charles F. Stanley, 2004
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Loto. Play to Win ¡Cómo ganar la Lotería!
Libro sobre có mo y cuá ndo jugar la loterí a de forma inteligente. Ayuda a seleccionar y combinar sus nú meros teniendo en cuenta la influencia de la probabilidad y el azar.
Juan de Dios Herrera M., 2006
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El japonés que estrelló el tren para ganar tiempo
La empresa vive una doble vida entre nuestras mezquindades cotidianas y los ingenuos discursos sobre la competencia.
Gabriel Ginebra, 2012
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Ganar amigos
Don Mendo, dona Ana, Beltran y el Conde aparecen en otras obras de Ruiz de Alarcon como La prueba de las promesas, El examen de maridos, El tejedor de Segovia, Los pechos privilegiados, Las paredes oyen y La verdad sospechosa.
Juan Ruiz de Alarcón y Mendoza, 2012
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Ganar en Bolsa: Todo lo que sirve para invertir con ...
Por eso, este libro, que es un compendio de toda una serie de publicaciones de Renato Di Lorenzo, es también para quién quiera invertir en bolsa con ciertas garantías; para los que empiezan y para los que llevan ya tiempo en la carretera ...
Renato Di Lorenzo, 2009
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WINNING (GANAR): LAS CLAVES PARA EL EXITO DEL EJECUTIVO MAS ...
** Spanish-language edition ** Covering the most recent changes and newest economic realities, this book identifies certain core fundamentals of good business management.
Jack Welch, Suzy Welch, 2005

10 NOTICIAS EN LAS QUE SE INCLUYE EL TÉRMINO «GANAR»

Conoce de qué se habla en los medios de comunicación nacionales e internacionales y cómo se emplea el término ganar en el contexto de las siguientes noticias.
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Sergio Rodríguez: "Nuestra máxima aspiración ahora es ganar el ...
El base español destacó que "este grupo se merece ganar una medalla" pese a que están "malacostumbrados en un equipo que muchos tiene dos medallas ... «MARCA.com, Ago 16»
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Basket: Llull: “Queremos luchar por las medallas y eso pasa por ...
“El partido de Argentina será una guerra dura. Es un equipo muy aguerrido, con mucho corazón. Será un partido complicado, que tendremos que ganar, para ... «Mundo Deportivo, Ago 16»
3
PSOE, IUCM-LV y Ganar Móstoles alcanzan un acuerdo de ...
Los grupos PSOE, IUCM-LV y Ganar Móstoles han alcanzado "un acuerdo programático de gobierno", por el que el Ayuntamiento de la localidad pasa a estar ... «El Mundo, Jul 16»
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El PP acusa a Ganar Móstoles de posible incitación a la violencia al ...
Desde la formación Ganar anunciaron previamente que, "tras las acusaciones vertidas por el PP de incitación al odio y de apología del terrorismo en un ... «El Mundo, May 16»
5
Jordi Hurtado regresa el 9 de junio a Saber y Ganar - RTVE.es
Jordi Hurtado regresa este martes 24 de mayo a las grabaciones de 'Saber y Ganar', el programa que lleva presentando 19 años, tras recuperarse de una ... «RTVE, May 16»
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Gareth Bale: «No ganar una final es un fracaso tan grande como ...
Respecto a la final del sábado en la que el Real Madrid se medirá al Atlético, Bale ha señalado que «llegar a una final está bien, pero no ganar una final es un ... «ABC.es, May 16»
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Jordi Hurtado bromea en directo sobre su ausencia en 'Saber y ganar'
El presentador de Saber y ganar (La 2) ha intervenido en el programa para explicar los motivos de su ausencia y ha aclarado que se debe a un "pequeño ... «Cadena SER, May 16»
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Seis maneras de ganar dinero con la economía colaborativa
El portavoz de Relendo, Dhiren Chatlani, considera que aunque esta forma de ganar dinero no sea la fuente de ingresos principal, permite ganar un dinero ... «La Opinión de Murcia, Abr 16»
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El PP pide la dimisión del portavoz de Ganar Alcorcón por apoyar a ...
El Grupo Popular de Alcorcón ha exigido hoy la dimisión "fulminante" del portavoz de Ganar Alcorcón, Jesús Santos, por apoyar "incondicionalmente" a cinco ... «El Mundo, Abr 16»
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Cómo ganar hasta 680 euros al mes con la economía colaborativa
Aunque no se trate de la fuente de ingresos principal, se trata de una manera de ganar un dinero extra sacando partido a nuestras cosas", explica Dhiren ... «elEconomista.es, Abr 16»

IMÁGENES SOBRE «GANAR»

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REFERENCIA
« EDUCALINGO. Ganar [en línea] . Disponible en <https://educalingo.com/es/dic-es/ganar>. Jul 2020 ».
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