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etno. sudamericano {m}South American
sudeste {adj}south-east
geogr. Sudáfrica {f}South Africa
sureste {adj}south-east
sudamericano {adj}South American
geogr. Sudamérica {f}South America
surcoreano {adj}South Korean
sur {m}south <S>
sureste {m}south-east <SE>
etno. sudamericana {f}South American [female]
suroeste {m}south-west <SW>
sudaca {m} {f} [pey.] [esp.]South American
geogr. Corea {f} del SurSouth Korea
orn. T
mirarto look
orn. T
parecerto look [seem]
¡Ojito!Look out!
lucir [aparentar]to look good / impressive
desear algoto look forward to sth.
ocuparse de algnto look after sb.
¿Cómo son?What do they look like?
tener pinta de extranjero [col.]to look foreign
parecerse unos a otrosto look like one another
Unverified ¡guarda! [¡cuidado!] [sur.] [Argentina] [col.]look out! [pej.]
mirar a su alrededorto look around [about oneself]
parecerse a-algn/algoto look like sb./sth.
ver a-algn/algoto look at sb./sth.
Unverified desentonar [contrastar con entorno]to look out of place
mirar a-algn/algoto look at sb./sth.
mirarse el uno al otroto look at one another
mirarse el uno al otroto look at each other
buscar a-algn/algoto look for sb./sth. [search, seek]
mirada {f} [acción o forma de mirar]look [glance, way of looking]
Unverified ir hecho un poema [col.] [locución]to look a sight [coll.] [idiom]
zool. T
Unverified fulminar a algn [apabullar con la mirada]to look daggers at sb. [idiom]
estar hecho un cuadro [locución] [col.]to look a right mess [idiom] [coll.]
tener toda la pinta de ser algo [locución]to look suspiciously like sth. [idiom]
geogr. América {f} del SurSouth America
Ese vestido te queda que ni pintado. [col.]You look great in that dress. [coll.]
Unverified mirar a algn por encima del hombro [locución]to look down (one's nose) at sb. [idiom]
echar un vistazo a algoto have a (quick) look at sth.
mirar a-algn/algo de reojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
proverb. A caballo regalado, no le mires el diente.Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
Unverified mirar a-algn/algo con el rabillo del ojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
A caballo regalado, no se le mira el diente.Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
ling. hacerse la mosquita muertato look as if butter wouldn't melt in one's mouth [idiom] [to look innocent but capable doing something bad]
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