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English-Spanish Dictionary: [a]

disagreeable [of a person]
antipático {adj}
a [before a masculine noun]
un
[having a thick treetop]
copudo {adj}hort.silv.
a [before a feminine noun]
una
adjoining [part of a building]
corrido {adj} [parte de un edificio]arq.
an ['a' before a vowel]
una [antes de una vocal]
an [before a vowel]
un [antes de una vocal]
brittle [of a personality: tense, on edge]
crispado {adj} [manera]
brittle [of a voice]
ronco {adj} [voz]
buried [coll.: of a knife in a torso]
hundido {adj} {past-p} [arma afilada]
clavado {adj} {past-p} [arma afilada]
buried [of a bullet, lodged in the body]
alojado {adj} {past-p} [una bala]
elusive [of a person]
esquivo {adj} [difícil de encontrar]
faded [of a person's beauty due to age]
marchito {adj} [persona: envejecida]
hooded [wearing a hood]
encapuchado {adj} {past-p}
hopeless [coll.] [of a person, completely stupid]
de remate {adj}
possessed [by a spirit]
poseso {adj}
steadily [at a constant speed]
a ritmo constante {adv}
unlucky [of a person]
azaroso {adj} [persona]
to run (sth.) [on foot, a distance, a risk]
correr (algo)
to return [to a place]
regresar
to drive (sth.) [a vehicle]
manejar (algo) [un vehículo] [conducir] [am.]
to stay [in a hotel etc.]
parar [hospedarse]
to maintain sth. [keep a machine in good condition]
mantener algo [una máquina]
revisar algo [una máquina]
to retire [stop working and take a pension]
jubilarse
to tackle sth. [a problem etc.]
abordar algo [un problema etc.]
[to have the command or advantage in a situation]
tener la sartén por el mango [col.]loc.
to address [a problem etc.]
abordar [un problema etc.]
to appear [before a court, commission etc.]
comparecer [presentarse]
to appear [before a judge, court etc.]
presentarse [ante autoridades]jur.
to argue sth. [put forward a case]
exponer algo [un caso]
to assume sth. [take for a fact]
asentar algo [dar por hecho]
to bathe [to swim, to wash in a bath]
bañarse [para nadar, lavarse]
to beat sb./sth. [with a stick]
varear a-algn/algo
to board [of a passenger]
embarcarsenáut.
to dominate sth. [fig.] [e.g. statue in a room]
presidir algo [fig.] [dominar]
to embark [of a passenger]
embarcarsenáut.
to fit [a dress]
solapar
to join [a group]
sumarse [unirse a grupo]
to leave sb./sth. [a thing somewhere, a person alone]
dejar a-algn/algo
to load sth. [e.g. a computer file, also a weapon]
cargar algomil.tec.
to man sth. [form a crew for]
tripular algo [dotar de tripulación]
to moon [coll.] [show one's bare backside through a window]
sacar el trasero por la ventanilla
to pack sth. [in a bag etc.]
empacar algo
to pound [with a hammer]
martillear
to promote sb. [to a higher position]
ascender a algn
to reciprocate sth. [sb.'s feelings, a favour, etc.]
corresponder a algo [los sentimientos de alguien, un favor, etc.]
to roll sth. [with a rolling pin]
extender algo con el rodillogastr.
to score [coll.] [fig.] [buy drugs from a dealer]
capear [col.] [fig.]
to separate [of a married couple]
separarsejur.
to stand [to take up a position]
pararse
to strain sth. [through a sieve, filter]
colar algo [cernir, filtrar]
floor [level of a building]
piso {m}
trout [a number of species of freshwater fish belonging to the Salmoninae subfamily]
trucha {f}gastr.ictiol.
departure [on a journey]
salida {f}
character [in a novel, film etc.]
personaje {m} [carácter de ficción]cinelit.teatro
grade [grade level, not grade on a test] [Am.]
curso {m}edu.
mark [esp. Br.] [score in a test]
nota {f}
butt [of a gun]
culata {f}armas
lock [on a door, gun]
cerradura {f}
report [of a crime]
denuncia {f}
sheet [on a bed]
sábana {f}
solution [to a criminal case]
aclaración {f} [crimen]
solution [to a problem]
recurso {m} [remedio]
[Dominican slang for a convenience store]
colmado {m} [col.] [carib.]
[in Spanish law, an aggravating factor when a crime is committed under cover of darkness]
nocturnidad {f}jur.
appointment [to a post]
designación {f} [para un cargo]
nombramiento {m} [para un cargo]
back [of a seat]
respaldo {m} [de asiento]
bandage [for a wound or injury]
vendaje {m}
bathroom [in a home, normally with a toilet]
baño {m}
bill [of a bird]
pico {m}orn.
bolt [of a door]
pasador {m} [de una puerta]
broomstick [of a witch]
escoba {f} [de bruja]mitol.
build [of a person]
complexión {f}
bump [swelling from a blow]
chichón {m}med.
cent [hundredth of a dollar]
centavo {m} [del dólar]moneda
chair [male person in charge of a meeting]
moderador {m}
clapper [of a bell]
badajo {m}
consultation [with a doctor]
visita {f} [al médico]
counter [in a shop]
mostrador {m}
cuts [e.g. to a budget]
recortes {m.pl} [presupuestarios]admin.fin.
defeat [of a motion, proposition]
rechazo {m} [proposición]
demonstrator [female] [person who demonstrates a product]
demostradora {f}
demonstrator [person who demonstrates a product]
demostrador {m}
desk [used by a student]
pupitre {m}
disbandment [of a group]
disolución {f}
disturbance [of a routine etc.]
desarreglo {m}
door [of a vehicule]
portezuela {f}
drain [to a sewer]
sumidero {m} [desagüe]
earflap [of a hat]
orejera {f}indum.
escape [of a person]
fuga {f}
flash [of a camera]
flash {m}foto.
graduate [female] [from a university]
egresada {f} [am.]edu.
graduate [from a university]
egresado {m} [am.]edu.
grille [Br.] [bars across a window]
reja {f} [de una ventana]
growl [of a person]
refunfuño {m}
gutter [of a road]
badén {m} [en carreteras]
headboard [of a bed]
cabecera {f} [de una cama]mueb.
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