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Spanish-English translation for: mint family [family Lamiaceae or Labiatae]
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Dictionary Spanish English: mint family [family Lamiaceae or Labiatae]

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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]
mús. tintirintín {m}[echo or sound of trumpet, or other sharp-sounding instrument]
agr. orujo {m} [residuo de uvas o aceitunas]marc [grape or olive pomace or residue]
[echar alcohol or drogas en algo]to spike sth. [surreptitiously add alcohol or drugs]
parentesco {m}kinship [family relationship]
parentesco {m}relationship [family connection]
bot. gastr. T
menta {f}
sin usar {adj}mint [unused]
gastr. menta poleo {f}mint tea
orn. córvido {m}corvid [member of the crow family]
familia {f}family
árbol {m} genealógicofamily tree
sociol. familia {f} obreraworking-class family
linaje {m} familiarfamily line [lineage]
familiar {adj} [relativo a la familia]family [attr.]
mat. familia {f} de parábolasfamily of parabolas
entumecido {adj}numb [physically or psychologically]
cine cortometraje {m}short [movie or film]
imprimación {f}primer [paint or coat]
ramera {f}trollop [dated or hum.]
hist. lit. pol. trama {f}plot [conspiracy or storyline]
adónde {adv}whither {adv} [archaic or literary]
aparato {m}contraption [often hum. or pej.]
mil. baja {f}casualty [dead or injured person]
geogr. burgalés {m}[native or inhabitant of Burgos]
cagamandurrias {m}[person without personality or character]
enemigo {m}foe [literary or formal] [enemy]
espantojo {m}frump [dowdy or unfashionable person]
herram. fuelle {m}bellows {pl} [treated as sg. or pl.]
de ahí {adv}therefrom [archaic or formal]
asustado {adj}afeared [archaic or dialect] [also: afeard]
atemporal {adj}timeless [unaffected by time or fashion]
med. discapacitado {adj} {past-p}handicapped [dated] [mentally or physically disabled]
egocéntrico {adj}masturbatory [fig.] [self-involved or unproductive]
irreclamable {adj}irredeemable [cannot be reclaimed or reformed]
libidinoso {adj}lubricious [Br.] [formal or literary: lewd]
mísero {adj}pitiful [coll.] [fig.] [small or inadequate]
hist. ling. púnico {adj}Punic [relating to Carthage or its language]
sedoso {adj}flossy [resembling or made of floss]
encogerse [retraerse]to cringe [from fear or shame]
dep. bajas {}missing players [due to suspension or injury]
geogr. burgalesa {f}[native or inhabitant of Burgos] [female]
horca {f} [ejecución]gallows {pl} [treated as sg. or pl.]
moza {f}wench [archaic or hum.] [young woman]
pequeñez {f}puniness [smallness of size or quantity]
med. vendaje {m}bandage [for a wound or injury]
a él {pron}him [direct or indirect object]
de la comida {adj}prandial [formal or humorous]
alineadamente {adv}flush [in an aligned or level fashion]
convencido {adj} {past-p}committed [pledged to a certain cause or policy]
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