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BETA Spanish-English translation for: subliterate [uneducated person]
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Dictionary Spanish English: subliterate [uneducated person]

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tonto {adj}silly [person]
refunfuñarto growl [person]
culpable {m}culprit [person]
Unverified famoso {m}celebrity [person]
jorobado {m}hunchback [person]
liberticida {m}liberticide [person]
relevo {m}replacement [person]
suicida {m}suicide [person]
afortunado {adj}fortunate [person: lucky]
ceremonioso {adj}formal [manner, person]
fornido {adj}sturdy [body, person]
morboso {adj}ghoulish [person, curiosity]
pacífico {adj} [person]peace-loving
conocida {f}acquaintanceship [female person]
conocido {m}acquaintanceship [male person]
coqueta {f}flirt [female person]
coqueto {m}flirt [male person]
descubrimiento {m}detection [by person]
revolucionaria {f}revolutionary [female person]
revolucionario {m}revolutionary [male person]
súbdita {f}subject [female person]
súbdito {m}subject [male person]
antipático {adj}disagreeable [of a person]
complexión {f}build [of a person]
fuga {f}escape [of a person]
huelguista {m}striker [person on strike]
muermo {m} [col.]bore [person, thing]
etno. noruego {m}Norwegian [person from Norway]
refunfuño {m}growl [of a person]
azaroso {adj} [persona]unlucky [of a person]
carnoso {adj} [fruta, persona]fleshy [fruit, person]
siniestrado {adj}injured [person: in an accident]
verdadero {adj} [testimonio, persona]truthful [testimony, person]
mil. baja {f}casualty [dead or injured person]
cretino {m} [pey.]prick [vulg.] [obnoxious person]
prof. guardia {m}guard [person who is protecting]
animarse [fiesta, persona]to liven up [party, person]
asqueroso {m} [pey.]creep [coll.] [pej.] [repellent person]
continuista {f}[female person maintaining the status quo]
continuista {m}[male person maintaining the status quo]
demostrador {m}demonstrator [person who demonstrates a product]
melena {f} [pelo]long hair [on a person]
pobre {m}poor thing [coll.] [wretched male person]
esquivo {adj} [difícil de encontrar]elusive [of a person]
demostradora {f}demonstrator [female] [person who demonstrates a product]
joya {f} [objeto preciado; persona]treasure [precious object, person]
paleto {m}hick [Am.] [sl.] [pej.] [simple country person]
Unverified chombo {m} [cent.] [Panamá] [col.][A person of african descent]
chupamedias {m} [col.] [pey.] [am.]creep [coll.] [pej.] [obsequious person]
moderador {m}chair [male person in charge of a meeting]
de remate {adj}hopeless [coll.] [of a person, completely stupid]
ser alguien [importante]to be somebody [coll.] [an important person]
Unverified cocobolo {m} [cent.] [Panamá] [col.]cue ball [bald person] [Am.] [coll.]
mamarracho {m} [col.] [persona]arsehole [vulg.] [person with no redeeming qualities]
curandero {m}quack [coll.] [pej.] [unqualified person who pretends to have medical expertise]
sabandija {f} [col.] [pey.] [persona despreciable]dirty rat [coll.] [pej.] [despicable person]
Unverified zampabollos {m} [col.] [pey.] [persona glotona]greedy guts [coll.] [pej.] [greedy person]
un don {m} nadie [col.] [pey.]nobody [fig.] [pej.] [insignificant male person]
Unverified una doña {f} nadie [col.] [pey.]nobody [fig.] [pej.] [insignificant female person]
etno. med. mongoloide {adj}mongoloid [pejorative when used nowadays for a person with Down's syndrome]
¡Idos por ahí! [esp.] [col.]Get lost! [coll.] [Said to more than one person]
¿Cómo se llama?What's your name? [said to a person who is unfamiliar]
desenterrar a-algn/algoto dig sb./sth. up [colloquially irreverent when referring to a person]
bajar [ascensor, persona etc.]to go down [lift, person etc.]
dejar a-algn/algoto leave sb./sth. [a thing somewhere, a person alone]
Unverified ¡El mismo que viste y calza!The very same! [affirmation by someone that you have identified a male person correctly]
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