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Dictionary Spanish English: [the]

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SpanishEnglish
proverb. Vale más el collar que el perro.[We spent more on the collar than on the dog.]
a medida que {conj}as [at the same time that]
anat. auricular {adj}aural [of the ear]
alojado {adj} {past-p} [una bala]buried [of a bullet, lodged in the body]
anat. lingual {adj}lingual [of the tongue]
intelectual {adj} [de la inteligencia]mental [of the mind, intellectual]
Unverified setentero {adj} [col.]seventies [coll.] [of fashion etc.: from the 1970s]
¡Al habla!Speaking. [on the phone]
tal {adj} [igual o semejante]such [the same or similar]
Verbs
llamar
2
to knock [at the door]
amarrar los perros con longanizas [col.] [fig.] [sur.][to be very naive and give away opportunities to the enemies]
loc. tener la sartén por el mango [col.][to have the command or advantage in a situation]
atañer a algnto concern sb. [have to do with, be the business of]
mil. desertar [abandonar puesto]to desert [from the military]
quedar a-algn/algo [tamaño]to fit sb./sth. [be the right size]
Unverified sostener algo [en las manos, las brazos]to hold sth. [in the hands, arms]
baile bailar el jiveto jive [dance the jive]
Unverified caer en la cuenta de algo [col.]to realise sth. [Br.] [come to the realisation that]
repudiar algoto repudiate sth. [deny the validity of]
llamar (a algn)to ring (sb.) [Br.] [on the phone]
zool. rumiarto ruminate [chew the cud]
soportar a-algn/algoto support sb./sth. [tolerate, bear the weight of]
sostener algoto support sth. [hold up, take the weight of]
voltear [girar la cabeza] [am.]to turn [face the opposite direction]
Nouns
gastr. ictiol. T
trucha {f}
5
continuista {f}[female person maintaining the status quo]
continuista {m}[male person maintaining the status quo]
meteo. cierzo {m} [esp.][north wind, particularly blowing in the Ebro valley]
Gringolandia {noun} [mex.] [col.] [pey.][pejorative Mexican term for the United States of America]
hist. El Bienio Reformista {m}[The first two years of the Second Spanish Republic, when major political reforms were carried out, 1931-33]
hist. pol. Transición {f} [esp.][transition to democracy in Spain after the Franco reign]
ling. esdrújula {f}[word stressed on the third-to-last syllable]
mil. internación {f} [orden de ingreso]advance [against the enemy]
curva {f}bend [in the road]
colaboracionismo {m}collaboration [cooperation with the enemy]
desequilibrio {m}disturbance [of the mind etc.]
mitol. Moiras {f.pl}Moerae [the Fates]
mitol. Moiras {f.pl}Moirai [the Fates]
Unverified costado {m}side [of a road, of the body etc.]
bronceado {m}tan [by the sun, wind]
sombrilla {f}umbrella [used on the beach and at cafés against the sun]
velatorio {m} [velar un difunto]wake [for the deceased]
2 Words: Others
loc. a punto de {adv}about to [poised to, on the point of]
Saludos cordialesBest regards [at the end of a letter / email]
2 Words: Verbs
acabar las clasesto finish school [for the day]
rematar algo [terminar una costura]to finish sth. off [complete the needlework]
tener calada a algn [col.] [locución]to have sb. taped [coll.] [idiom] [know the intentions of]
econ. Unverified activar algoto kick-start sth. [fig.] [stimulate, boost] [the economy, the production, tourism]
dejar a algn en el arranque [cent.]to let sb. down [fail to meet one's side of the bargain]
náut. zarparto set sail [leave the harbour]
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