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Diccionario Inglés-Español

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naan {m}naan (bread)
nabo {m}turnip
nabo {m} suecoswede
nácar {m}mother-of-pearl
nácar {m}nacre
nacerto be born
nacidoborn <b.>
nacimiento {m}birth
nación {f}nation
nacionalnational
nacionalidad {f}nationality
nacionalista {m}nationalist
Naciones {f} Unidas <NN. UU.>United Nations <UN>
nadanothing
nada másas soon as
nadar (algo)to swim (sth.)
nadienobody
Nadie decía nada.Nobody was saying anything.
naftalina {f} <C10H8>naphthalene <C10H8>
naipe {m} [baraja]playing card
nalga {f}buttock
Namibia {f}Namibia
nanotubo {m}nanotube
napoleón {m} [chil.]pliers {pl}
napolitana {f}Neapolitan [female]
napolitanoNeapolitan
napolitano {m}Neapolitan
naranjaorange
naranja {f}orange
naranjada {f}orangeade
naranjal {m}orange grove
naranjo {m}orange tree
narciso {m}daffodil
narcotraficante {f}drug trafficker / dealer [female]
narcotraficante {m}drug trafficker / dealer
narcotráfico {m}drug trafficking
narguile {m}hookah
nariz {f}nose [Nasus]
nasalnasal
nata {f}cream
nata {f} agriasour cream
nata {f} líquidasingle cream [Br.]
nata {f} montadawhipped cream
nata {f} para montardouble cream
natación {f}swimming
natillas {f.pl}custard {sg}
naturalnative [place of origin]
naturalnatural
naturaleza {f}nature
naturalizar a-algn/algoto naturalize sb./sth.
naturopatia {f}naturopathy
naufragio {m}shipwreck
Nauru {f}Nauru
náusea {f}nausea
náutica {f}sailing
náuticonautical
navaja {f}razor-shell
navaja {f} [cuchillo]pocketknife
navarroof / from Navarre
nave {f}ship
nave {f} espacialspaceship
navegador {m}browser
navegante {m}navigator
navegarto navigate
navegar (algo)to sail (sth.)
navegar en el Webto surf the Web
Navidad {f}Christmas
navideñoChristmas
naviera {f}shipowner [female]
naviera {f} [compañía]shipping company
navieroshipping
naviero {m}shipowner
neblina {f}haze [mist]
neblina {f}vapor [Am.]
necesariamentenecessarily
necesarionecessary
necesitar a-algn/algoto need sb./sth.
necesitar a-algn/algoto require sb./sth. [need]
necesitar algo desesperadamenteto be badly in need of sth.
Necesito ver a un médico.I need to see a doctor.
neciostupid
néctar {m}nectar
nectarina {f}nectarine
nectarinas {f.pl}nectarines
negar algoto deny sth.
negar algoto refuse sth.
negarseto refuse
negligencia {f}negligence
negligencia {f} [abandono]neglect
negligenteneglectful
negligentenegligent
negociablenegotiable
negociación {f}negotiation
negociante {m}merchant
negociar (algo)to negociate (sth.)
negocio {m}business [commerce]
negocio {m}case [matter, issue]
negocio {m}deal
negocio {m}occupation
negroblack
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