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Dictionary Spanish English: [an]

Translation 1 - 37 of 37

interino {adj}acting [of an employment position: temporary, substitute]
intrépido {adj}brash [of an action]
obstinadamente {adv}contrarily [in an obstinate way]
alineadamente {adv}flush [in an aligned or level fashion]
siniestrado {adj}injured [person: in an accident]
preciosamente {adv} [pey.]preciously [pej.] [in an affected way]
¡Fuera!Scat! [coll.] [to an animal: Go away!]
inconsciente {adj}unconscientious [without an inner sense of what is right, not meticulous]
escaleras arriba {adv}upstairs [to an upper floor]
vulgarmente {adv}vulgarly [in an unrefined way]
mús. tocar (algo)
to play (sth.) [an instrument]
ofrecer algo [en una subasta]to bid sth. [in an auction]
observarto comment [make an observation]
encarnar algoto embody sth. [fig.] [personify an idea]
dar una descarga a algn/algoto jolt sb./sth. [give an electric shock to]
dep. remar [con un remo]to row [with an oar]
posponer algoto table sth. [Am.] [postpone dealing with an issue at a meeting]
someter algo a discusiónto table sth. [Br.] [address an issue at a meeting]
jur. nocturnidad {f}[in Spanish law, an aggravating factor when a crime is committed under cover of darkness]
lomo {m} [espalda de un animal]back [of an animal]
bestialismo {m}bestiality [sex with an animal]
impedimiento {m}dampener [Br.] [coll.] [anything which spoils an event like rain etc.]
mecha {f} [cuerda combustible]fuse [for an explosive]
hoja {f}pad [of an aquatic plant]
mús. cañón {m}pipe [in an organ]
zumbido {m}purr [fig.] [of an engine]
ronroneo {m} [también fig. de un motor]purr [of a cat] [also fig. of an engine]
zool. ancas {f.pl}rump {sg} [of an animal]
acelerón {m}wellie [Br.] [sl.] [power to an engine]
acelerón {m}welly [Br.] [sl.] [power to an engine]
2 Words: Verbs
ser alguien [importante]to be somebody [coll.] [an important person]
pifiar algo [col.] [cometer error]to mess sth. up [coll.] [make an error]
rascarseto scratch (oneself) [to relieve an itch]
2 Words: Nouns
orn. salir del cascarón {noun}to hatch [emerge from an egg]
3 Words: Verbs
tener algo en abundanciato be flush with sth. [have an abundance of]
impactar en algoto impinge on / upon sth. [have an impact on]
4 Words: Others
No te allanas nunca.You never give way. [never admit defeat in an argument]
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