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English-Spanish Dictionary: [Br.]
grey [esp. Br.]
gris {adj}
anticlockwise [Br.]
en sentido contrario al de las agujas del reloj {adj}
chuffed [Br.] [coll.]
satisfecho {adj}
civilised [Br.]
cívico {adj} [relativo al civismo]
colourless [Br.]
incoloro {adj}
dear [Br.] [expensive]
caro {adj}
defenceless [Br.]
indefenso {adj}
favourable [Br.]
ventajoso {adj}
favourite [Br.]
favorito {adj}
preferido {adj}
gipsy [Br.]
gitano {adj}etno.
greyish [esp. Br.]
grisáceo {adj}
gynaecological [Br.]
ginecológico {adj}med.
hypoglycaemic [Br.]
hipoglucémico {adj}med.
hipoglicémico {adj} [var.]med.
labourious [Br.]
trabajoso {adj}
mean [Br.] [tight-fisted]
tacaño {adj}
misdemeanour [Br.]
fechoría {f}
mouldy [Br.]
mohoso {adj}
nick [Br.] [coll.] [prison]
reja {f} [am.] [cárcel]
odourless [Br.]
inodoro {adj}
railway [Br.]
ferroviario {adj}
Rubbish! [esp. Br.]
¡Bobadas! [colomb.]
sceptical [Br.]
escéptico {adj}
skillful [Br.]
hábil {adj} [que tiene destreza]
spoilt [Br.] [brought up too indulgently]
mimado {adj} {past-p} [mal criado]
Strewth! [coll.] [Br.] [Aus.]
¡Caramba! [esp.]
woolly [Br.]
lanoso {adj}
lanudo {adj} [lanoso]
to plough [Br.]
surcar
to fulfil sth. [Br.] [condition, requirement]
cumplir algo
to practise (sth.) [Br.]
practicar (algo)
to analyse sth. [Br.]
analizar algo
to apologise [Br.]
disculparse
to carbonise sth. [Br.]
carbonizar algo
to colour sth. [Br.]
pintar algo
colorear algo [dar color]
to colour sth. [Br.] [dye]
teñir algo
to demoralise sb. [Br.]
desmoralizar a algn
to discolour sth. [Br.]
desteñir algo
to emphasise sth. [Br.]
apuntar algo
realzar algo
destacar algo
remarcar algo
resaltar algo
enfatizar algo
poner algo de relieve
to favour sb./sth. [Br.]
favorecer a-algn/algo
to fertilise sth. [Br.] [soil]
abonar algoagr.hort.
to honour sb./sth. [Br.]
honrar a-algn/algo
to hospitalise sb. [Br.]
internar a algnmed.
to immobilise sb./sth. [Br.]
inmovilizar a-algn/algomed.
to italicise sth. [Br.] [Aus.]
poner algo en cursivatipograf
to manoeuvre (sth.) [Br.]
maniobrar (algo)
to paralyse sb./sth. [mostly Br.]
paralizar a-algn/algo
to personalise sth. [Br.]
individualizar algo
to plough sth. [Br.]
arar algoagr.
to pulverise sth. [Br.]
pulverizar algo [reducir a polvo]
to ring (sb.) [Br.]
telefonear (a-algn)
to ring (sb.) [Br.] [on the phone]
llamar (a algn)
to wank [Br.] [vulg.]
hacerse una paja [esp.] [vulg.]
cinema [Br.]
cine {m}
drain [wastepipe on sink] [Br.]
desagüe {m}
trousers {pl} [Br.]
pantalón {m}indum.
neighbour [Br.]
vecino {m}
flat [Br.]
piso {m} [esp.]arq.constr.
lift [Br.]
ascensor {m}
postman [Br.]
cartero {m}prof.
aeroplane [Br.]
avión {m}aero.
aeroplano {m}aero.
biscuit [Br.]
galleta {f}
fertilisation [Br.]
fertilización {f}agr.anat.zool.
foetus [Br.]
feto {m}anat.
lemonade [Br.]
limonada {f}gastr.
moustache [Br.]
bigote {m}
petrol [Br.]
gasolina {f}
pub [Br.]
bar {m}gastr.
theatre [Br.]
teatro {m}teatro
centre [Br.]
centro {m}
colour [Br.]
color {m}
crockery [esp. Br.]
vajilla {f}gastr.
lorry [Br.]
camión {m}
mark [esp. Br.] [score in a test]
nota {f}
motorway [Br.]
autopista {f}trá.
oesophagus [Br.]
esófago {m}anat.
PE [Br.] <physical education>
gimnasia {f}dep.
tram [Br.]
tranvía {m}transp.
wanker [Br.] [vulg.]
gilipollas {noun} [esp.] [vulg.]ofensivo
washbasin [Br.]
lavabo {m}
aerial [Br.]
antena {f}tec.TV
allotment [Br.]
parcela {f}hort.
huerto {m} alquiladohort.
Alsatian [Br.] [Irish] [German shepherd dog]
pastor {m} alemán [perro]zool.
aluminium <Al> [Br.]
aluminio {m} <Al>mineral.quím.
amoeba [Br.]
ameba {f}zool.
amphitheatre [Br.]
anfiteatro {m}teatro
anaesthesia [Br.]
anestesia {f}med.
anaesthetist [Br.]
anestesista {m}med.prof.
anaesthetist [Br.] [female]
anestesista {f}med.prof.
armour [Br.]
blindaje {m}armadura
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