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Dictionary Spanish English: [literally chain dogs pejorative nickname of uniformed military police units of German forces of the 19th and 20th century]

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Gringolandia {noun} [mex.] [col.] [pey.][pejorative Mexican term for the United States of America]
Unverified costado {m}side [of a road, of the body etc.]
gastr. ictiol. T
trucha {f}
loc. hacerse las Américasto make one's fortune in the Americas [usually refers to Spaniards who emigrated to Latin America in the 19th and early 20th centuries; also used ironically about companies breaking into Latin market]
jauría {f}pack [of dogs]
entre otros {adv}among others [one of a number of]
bot. grano {m}grain [of cereal/small piece of something]
orn. T
gastr. gratinado {m}topping [generally of breadcrumbs and cheese]
relig. lunes {m} de carnavalRosenmontag [Rose Monday] [Shrove Monday] [highlight of German carnival]
dep. piscina {f}lap [length of swimming pool and back]
tardarto take a long time [of things and people]
gastr. sol y sombra {m} [esp.][drink of brandy and anise]
anat. auricular {adj}aural [of the ear]
hist. El Bienio Reformista {m}[The first two years of the Second Spanish Republic, when major political reforms were carried out, 1931-33]
conta. estad. fin. cuadro {m} [gráfico]table [arrangement of data in rows and columns]
desequilibrio {m}disturbance [of the mind etc.]
orn. córvido {m}corvid [member of the crow family]
repudiar algoto repudiate sth. [deny the validity of]
chasquido {m} [con los labios]smack [of the lips]
intelectual {adj} [de la inteligencia]mental [of the mind, intellectual]
Unverified setentero {adj} [col.]seventies [coll.] [of fashion etc.: from the 1970s]
sostener algoto support sth. [hold up, take the weight of]
loc. a punto de {adv}about to [poised to, on the point of]
alojado {adj} {past-p} [una bala]buried [of a bullet, lodged in the body]
Saludos cordialesBest regards [at the end of a letter / email]
Unverified en el marco deas part of [within the framework of]
soportar a-algn/algoto support sb./sth. [tolerate, bear the weight of]
atañer a algnto concern sb. [have to do with, be the business of]
hist. guerra {f} del Salitre [guerra del Pacífico]Saltpeter War [War of the Pacific]
baile duende {m}magic [fig.] [in a performance] [heightened state of emotion and expression when performing something, often connected with flamenco]
tener calada a algn [col.] [locución]to have sb. taped [coll.] [idiom] [know the intentions of]
a fin de cuentaswhen all is said and done [lit.: at (the) end of accounts]
anat. med. auricular {adj} [del oído, corazón]auricular [of the ear, heart]
admin. la Generalitat {f}The Generalitat [The Government of Catalonia]
dejar a algn en el arranque [cent.]to let sb. down [fail to meet one's side of the bargain]
anat. lingual {adj}lingual [of the tongue]
arte F El rapto de las hijas de Leucipo [Pedro Pablo Rubens]The Rape of the Daughters of Leucippus [Peter Paul Rubens]
ling. ser la oveja negra de la familiato be the black sheep of the family [idiom] [to be a disreputable/bad member of a family or group]
auditivo {adj}aural [of hearing]
Unverified celoso {adj} [de]jealous [of]
ling. lingüístico {adj}lingual [of languages]
provechoso {adj}helpful [of benefit]
rubio {adj}fair [of hair]
Unverified acceso {m}surge [of anger]
bucle {m}lock [of hair]
prof. relig. cura {m}priest [of parish]
aero. estela {f}trail [of condensation]
mil. frente {m}line [of defence]
bot. gastr. gajo {m}segment [of fruit]
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