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Diccionario Inglés-Español

BETA Spanish-English translation for: [and]
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English-Spanish Dictionary: [and]
us [direct and indirect object]
nos {pron}
you [plural direct and indirect object, informal]
a vosotros {pron}
to retire [stop working and take a pension]
jubilarse
[to be very naive and give away opportunities to the enemies]
amarrar los perros con longanizas [col.] [fig.] [sur.]
to jump [up and down]
brincar
to mend sth. [with needle and thread]
zurcir algo
statistics [science that collects and interprets numerical data] [with singular verb]
estadística {f}estad.
victim [male and female]
víctima {f}
[noodle soup with chickpeas, meat and red sausage]
cocido {m} madrileñogastr.
fabada [bean stew with pork, black pudding and sausage]
fabada {f}gastr.
gazpacho [cold soup from tomatoes, cucumber and peppers etc.]
gazpacho {m}gastr.
magic [fig.] [in a performance] [heightened state of emotion and expression when performing something, often connected with flamenco]
duende {m}baile
practitioner [in surgery and medicine under a master]
practicante {m}med.
practitioner [in surgery and medicine under a master] [female]
practicante {f}med.
ranchera [popular Latino song and dance style]
ranchera {f} [canción y danza popular]mús.
topping [generally of breadcrumbs and cheese]
gratinado {m}gastr.
umbrella [used on the beach and at cafés against the sun]
sombrilla {f}
to take a long time [of things and people]
tardar
at the end of the day [fig.] [when all is said and done]
a fin de cuentas {adv} [fig.]
to make one's fortune in the Americas [usually refers to Spaniards who emigrated to Latin America in the 19th and early 20th centuries; also used ironically about companies breaking into Latin market]
hacerse las Américasloc.
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