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Dictionary Spanish English: [on]

Translation 1 - 48 of 48

proverb. Vale más el collar que el perro.[We spent more on the collar than on the dog.]
crispado {adj} [manera]brittle [of a personality: tense, on edge]
erróneo {adj}fallacious [not based on logic]
comerc. mús. Unverified discográfico {adj}recording [producing records on vinyl, CD etc.]
apretado {adj}short [on money]
¡Al habla!Speaking. [on the phone]
Unverified a mansalva {adv} [en gran cantidad]wholesale [fig.] [on a large scale]
correr (algo)
to run (sth.) [on foot, a distance, a risk]
delatar a algnto betray sb. [denounce, inform on]
náut. embarcar (algo)to embark (sth.) [to load, go on board]
contratar a algn [dar empleo]to employ sb. [take on, hire]
dep. estar una vuelta delante de algnto lap sb. [on a running track]
llamar (a algn)to ring (sb.) [Br.] [on the phone]
desagüe {m}
drain [wastepipe on sink] [Br.]
salida {f}
departure [on a journey]
sábana {f}
sheet [on a bed]
edu. curso {m}
grade [grade level, not grade on a test] [Am.]
cerradura {f}
lock [on a door, gun]
ling. esdrújula {f}[word stressed on the third-to-last syllable]
brazalete {m}armband [on uniform]
med. callo {m}corn [on foot]
solapa {f}flap [on book, envelope etc.]
náut. chimenea {f}funnel [on ship] [Br.]
anat. vello {m}hair [on body]
cerrojo {m}lock [on a door, gun]
cierre {m}lock [on a door, gun]
pestillo {m}lock [on a door, gun]
chapa {f} [am.] [cerradura]lock [on a door]
esclusa {f}lock [on canal]
cortada {f}nick [small cut on body]
inocentada {f}prank [especially on December 28]
calada {f} [chupada al fumar]puff [on cigar, pipe etc.]
hipis. silla {f} de montarsaddle [on horse]
espolón {m}spur [on a bird, of rock]
mancilla {f} [deshonra, deshonor]stain [on one's reputation]
huelguista {m}striker [person on strike]
indum. puntera {f} [punta del calzado]toe [on shoe]
calcomanía {f}transfer [e.g. fake tattoo or iron-on design for clothing]
sombrilla {f}umbrella [used on the beach and at cafés against the sun]
turno {m}watch [time on duty]
2 Words: Others
loc. a punto de {adv}about to [poised to, on the point of]
Hablame el mío. [Venezuela] [col.]What's cooking? [coll.] [going on]
2 Words: Verbs
yacerto lie (dead) [written on a tombstone]
arrancar algoto rip sth. off [which is stuck on]
2 Words: Nouns
med. calentura {f} [herpes labial]cold sore [herpes on lip]
melena {f} [pelo]long hair [on a person]
relig. Misa {m} del GalloMidnight Mass [on Christmas Eve]
4 Words: Verbs
hacer una apuesta en algn/algoto have a flutter on sb./sth. [Br.] [coll.] [place a bet on]
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