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EnglishSpanish
T-Shirtcamiseta {f}
T-shirtpolera {f}
T-shirtremera {f} [sur.]
tablemesa {f}
table football [Br.]futbolín {m}
table football [Br.]futbolito {m} [mex.] [par.] [uru.]
table football [Br.]metegol {m} [arg.]
table football [Br.]taca-taca {m} [Chile]
table saltsal {f} fina
table settingcubierto {m}
table tennisping-pong {m}
tableclothmantel {m}
tabletcomprimido {m}
tabletpíldora {f}
tablettableta {f}
tabloidtabloide {m}
taciturntaciturno
taciturnitytaciturnidad {f}
to tackle sth. [a problem etc.]abordar algo [un problema etc.]
tackyhortera [col.]
tact [in dealing with people]delicadeza {f} [cuidado, suavidad]
tacticaltáctico
tacticallytácticamente
tacticiantáctico {m}
tactician [female]táctica {f}
tadpolerenacuajo {m}
tailcola {f}
tailrabo {m}
tail feathertimonera {f}
tailorsastre {m}
tailor [female]sastra {f}
to take a bath [Am.]bañarse [lavarse]
to take a dip [swim]darse un chapuzón
to take a long time [of things and people]tardar
to take a photographfotografiar
to take a photographtomar una fotografía
to take a seattomar asiento
to take a shower [Am.]ducharse
to take a testhacer un examen
to take a walk [Am.]pasearse
to take advantage of sth.aprovechar de algo
to take all the necessary stepsdar todos los pasos necesarios
to take an oathjurar
to take care of sb.cuidar a algn
to take care of sb.cuidar de algn
Take care!¡Cuídate!
to take off [aeroplane]despegar
to take off sth. [clothes]quitarse a algo [ropa]
to take one's medicinetomarse su medicina
to take part [in]tomar parte [en]
to take placeacaecer
to take placeproducirse
to take placetener lugar
to take revenge for sth.vengar algo
to take revenge for sth.vengarse de / por algo
to take revenge on sb.vengarse de / en algn
to take sb. in [orphan etc.]acoger a algn [huérfano etc.]
to take sb.'s sideapostar por algn
to take sb.'s sideponerse del lado de algn
to take shelterresguardarse
to take sth.coger algo
to take sth.llevar algo
to take sth.tomar algo
to take sth. (along)llevarse algo
to take sth. awayquitar algo
to take sth. away [subtract]restar algo [sustraer]
to take sth. for granteddar algo por hecho
to take sth. into accounttener algo en cuenta
to take sth. off [to remove]quitar algo
to take sth. out of sth.sacar algo de algo
take-offdespegue {m}
takeoffdespegue {m}
taking [conquest]toma {f} [conquista]
talecuento {m}
talenttalento {m}
talentedtalentoso
to talkcharlar
to talkhablar
to talk shite [Br.] [pej.] [vulg.] [sl.]vender humo [pey.]
talkativelocuaz
tallalto [personas]
to tame sb./sth.amansar a-algn/algo
tamenessinsipidez {f}
tanmoreno
tan [by the sun, wind]bronceado {m}
tangerinemandarina {f}
tanktanque {m}
tankardjarra {f}
tannercurtidor {m}
tannerycurtiduría {f}
tantalum <Ta>tantalio {m} <Ta>
tantrumberrinche {m}
tapgrifo {m}
tap wateragua {f} de grifo
tapestrytapiz {m}
tapewormtenia {f}
tapiocamandioca {f}
taprootraíz {f} pivotante
targetblanco {m}
tariffarancel {m}
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