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entumecido {adj}
numb [physically or psychologically]
Welcome! [to a mixed group or to a group of only men]
adónde {adv}
whither {adv} [archaic or literary]
naciente {adj}aborning [esp. Am.] [being born or created]
durante el nacimiento {adv}aborning [esp. Am.] [while being born or created]
asustado {adj}afeared [archaic or dialect] [also: afeard]
antes (de) que {conj}afore [archaic or esp. Scot dialect]
sin rumbo fijo {adv}aimlessly [without destination or purpose]
etno. geogr. anglo {adj}Anglian [relating to Angles; of or from East Anglia]
¡Por Dios! [locución]Christ! [idiom] [potentially offensive exclamation of alarm or annoyance]
convencido {adj} {past-p}committed [pledged to a certain cause or policy]
defendible {adj}defensible [that can be argued or justified]
justificable {adj}defensible [that can be argued or justified]
desinteresadamente {adv}disinterestedly [without bias, self-interest or enthusiasm]
sedoso {adj}flossy [resembling or made of floss]
alineadamente {adv}flush [in an aligned or level fashion]
mat. fraccionario {adj}fractional [relating to fractions or parts]
med. discapacitado {adj} {past-p}handicapped [dated] [mentally or physically disabled]
¡Muy buenas! [col.]Hi! [coll., evening or afternoon]
a él {pron}him [direct or indirect object]
insensible {adj} [lo que no siente o percibe]insentient [incapable of feeling or understanding]
irreclamable {adj}irredeemable [cannot be reclaimed or reformed]
libidinoso {adj}lubricious [Br.] [formal or literary: lewd]
egocéntrico {adj}masturbatory [fig.] [self-involved or unproductive]
mísero {adj}pitiful [coll.] [fig.] [small or inadequate]
de la comida {adj}prandial [formal or humorous]
hist. ling. púnico {adj}Punic [relating to Carthage or its language]
sin meta {adj}purposeless [lacking aim or ambition]
gastr. pesado {adj}rich [full of flavour, full of butter or cream]
a la vuelta de {prep}round [beyond: bend or corner]
desaliñada {adj}slatternly [describing a messy or scruffy female; not used for males]
tal {adj} [igual o semejante]such [the same or similar]
de ahí {adv}therefrom [archaic or formal]
tres veces {adv}thrice [archaic or literary]
atemporal {adj}timeless [unaffected by time or fashion]
de escasa utilidad {adj} [locución]unhelpful [of no use or assistance]
dañino {adj} [poco saludable]unwholesome [harmful to physical or mental health]
[vosotros] soisyou're [you are] [said to two or more people]
tener la sartén por el mango [col.] [locución][to have the command or advantage in a situation]
agredir a algnto attack sb. [physically or verbally]
Unverified acondicionar algo [climatizar]to climatize sth. [to prepare or modify (a building, vehicle, etc.) for use or comfort in a specific climate]
encogerse [retraerse]to cringe [from fear or shame]
haraganearto doss [Br.] [sl.] [lounge or laze around]
flashear [mostrear rápidamente o cámara]to flash [show quickly or camera]
med. psico. Unverified entumecer a-algn/algoto numb sb./sth. [physically or psychologically]
[echar alcohol or drogas en algo]to spike sth. [surreptitiously add alcohol or drugs]
hacer eses [locución]to stagger [when drunk or dazed]
influenciar a-algn/algoto sway sb./sth. [influence the beliefs or opinions of]
derrame {m}
leakage [leaked fluid or act of leaking]
med. vendaje {m}
bandage [for a wound or injury]
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