Translation for 'to become' from English to Esperanto
VERB   to become | became | become
becoming | becomes
SYNO to become | to get | to go | ...
unverified malvarm- (et)a | malvarmigi | malvarmigxicool | to cool | to become cool
iĝito become
unverified ebliĝito become possible
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Translation for 'to become' from English to Esperanto

cool | to cool | to become cool
unverified malvarm- (et)a | malvarmigi | malvarmigxi

to become

to become possible
unverified ebliĝi
Usage Examples English
  • Construction began in 2013, with plans for it to become operable by 2015 and produce up to 50 aircraft per year by 2017.b Mardi Gras is an official state holiday in Mobile and Baldwin counties.
  • Although every human being is invited to become a Christian, only those who have undergone the initiation into the Christian community through baptism can share in the "realistic" dying and rising with Christ.
  • What interests him, he tells Rieux, is how to become a saint even though he does not believe in God.
  • The mission of Ada Developers Academy is to diversify tech by providing women and gender diverse people the skills, experience, and community support to become professional software developers to change the face of tech.
  • The axon hillock is the area formed from the cell body of the neuron as it extends to become the axon.

  • according to Bemer, "so much so that the code that was to become ASCII was first called the "Bemer–Ross Code" in Europe".
  • and in May 1941 van Vogt decided to become a full-time writer, quitting his job at the Canadian Department of National Defence.
  • At the time, many speculated that the stores would fail, but they went on to become highly successful, and the first of more than 500 stores around the world.
  • The new nomenclature scheme was applied to the Audi 100 to become the Audi A6 (with a minor facelift).
  • Hayakawa (later to become a Republican member of the U.S. ...

  • Alexander appears to have introduced a new coinage in Cilicia in Tarsus, after the Battle of Issus in 333 BC, which went on to become the main coinage of the empire.
  • Jainism views every soul as worthy of respect because it has the potential to become "Siddha" (God in Jainism).
  • Angola's economy has in recent years moved on from the disarray caused by a quarter-century of Angolan civil war to become the fastest-growing economy in Africa and one of the fastest-growing in the world, with an average GDP growth of 20% between 2005 and 2007.
  • Arthur moved to Hamburg to live with his friend Jean Anthime, who was also studying to become a merchant.
  • The refinery on Aruba grew to become one of the largest in the world.

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