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Dictionary Spanish English: [for ]

Translation 1 - 75 of 75

barra {f} [para perchas o cortinas]rod [for hooking coat hangers or for curtains]
responsable {adj} [de]responsible [for]
tiza {f}chalk [for boards]
herram. cincel {m}chisel [for stone]
herram. formón {m}chisel [for wood]
escritorio {m}desk [for writing]
agr. pienso {m}feed [for animals]
vaso {m}glass [for drinking]
horma {f}last [for shoemaking]
lupa {f}lens [for magnifying]
vacante {f}opening [for job]
pipa {f}pipe [for smoking]
patíbulo {m}scaffold [for executions]
báscula {f}scales [for weighing]
mueb. biombo {m}screen [for fireplace]
tránsito {m}thoroughfare [for vehicles]
sujetapapeles {m}clip [for papers, documents]
gastr. cucurucho {m}cone [for ice cream]
gastr. cucurucho {m}cornet [for ice cream]
cerilla {f}match [for lighting sth.]
Partial Matches
cañería {f}pipe [esp. for amenities]
plano {m}plan [for a building]
regla {f} [instrumento]ruler [for measuring]
gastr. peso {m} [balanza]scales [for weighing]
grapa {f}staple [clip for papers]
indum. batín {m}dressing gown [for men]
languidecerto languish [sit longing for, suffer]
indum. peto {m} [de bebé]bib [for babies]
persiana {f}blind [roller blind for window]
posavasos {m}coaster [for glasses, mugs etc.]
med. Unverified clavo {m}pin [for repairing broken bones]
gastr. arroz {m} bombarice [esp. for paella]
gastr. tostadora {f} [para café]roaster [for coffee]
med. prof. psiquiatra {m}shrink [coll.] [short for headshrinker]
cepo {m} [para animales]trap [for animals]
tragón {adj} [col.]hoggish [coll.] [greedy for food]
mucho rato {adv}long [(for) a long time]
med. vendaje {m}bandage [for a wound or injury]
fin. cheque {m}check [Am.] [order for bank to pay]
carpeta {f} [cubierta para hojas]folder [for documents]
mecha {f} [cuerda combustible]fuse [for an explosive]
cerillo {m} [mex.] [cerilla]match [for lighting sth.]
registración {f}registration [process of registering for something]
cadalso {m} [para la ejecución]scaffold [for executions]
gastr. popote {m} [mex.] [paja]straw [tube for drinking]
forzudo {m}strongman [person employed for his strength]
indum. bata {f} [da casa]dressing gown [for women]
pulsera {f} de identificaciónidentity tag [for baby]
plano {m}street plan [map for a city]
punto {m} culminanteclimax [pinnacle] [also fig. for: orgasm]
jur. indemnización {f} [por pérdidas sufridas]compensation [for losses suffered]
cloaca {f} [conducto de aguas]sewer [for waste water]
velatorio {m} [velar un difunto]wake [for the deceased]
acabar las clasesto finish school [for the day]
residencia {m} de ancianoscare home [for old people]
añorar a-algn/algoto miss sb./sth. [yearn for]
suplir a algnto represent sb. [substitute, stand in for]
colmado {m} [col.] [carib.][Dominican slang for a convenience store]
automov. Unverified portezuela {f} [de la gasolina]filler cap / flap [for fuel]
goma {f} de borrarrubber [esp. Br.] [for erasing pencil marks]
gastr. pajilla {f} [tubo para sorber líquidos]straw [a tube for drinking]
sillita {f} [para llevar niño]push-chair [Br.] [for transporting babies]
¡Miércoles! [col.] [eufemismo por 'mierda']Shoot! [Am.] [coll.] [euphemism for 'shit']
asentar algo [dar por hecho]to assume sth. [take for a fact]
tripular algo [dotar de tripulación]to man sth. [form a crew for]
perseverar (en algo) [por algo]to insist (on sth.) [persevere for sth.]
calcomanía {f}transfer [e.g. fake tattoo or iron-on design for clothing]
etno. med. mongoloide {adj}mongoloid [pejorative when used nowadays for a person with Down's syndrome]
Gringolandia {noun} [mex.] [col.] [pey.][pejorative Mexican term for the United States of America]
agarrar la jarra {f} [México] [col.]to go on a bender [coll.] [get drunk for a substantial period]
dep. palo {m} de golfgolf club [for striking the ball]
náut. cayuco {m}cayuco [small Indian canoe, often used for illegal immigration]
puta {f} [vulg.] [pey.]cunt [vulg.] [pej.] [disparaging term for a woman]
clímax {m}climax [pinnacle] [also fig. for: orgasm]
clip {m} [sujetapapeles]clip [for papers, documents]
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