kneel

 /niːl/


For the verb: "to kneel"

Simple Past: knelt, kneeled
Past Participle: knelt, kneeled

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Principal Translations
kneel vi (on knees)arrodillarse vipron
 hincarse vipron
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Compound Forms:
kneel before [sb] v (genuflect)arrodillarse ante alguien
Note: Here, "before" means "in the presence of", not "preceeding".
 You must kneel before the king.
 Será pobre y desgraciado pero no tiene que arrodillarse ante nadie.
kneel down vi (get onto one or both knees)arrodillarse v pron
 I dropped the coin and it rolled right under the cabinet - I had to kneel down and feel underneath to find it.
 Tuve que arrodillarme para recuperar la moneda que había rodado debajo del mueble.
kneel down vi (genuflect)hacer una genuflexión loc verb
 Catholics kneel down often during Mass.
 Los católicos hacen genuflexiones como muestra de respeto durante la misa.
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