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Diccionario Inglés-Español

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English-Spanish Dictionary: [coll.]
pretty [coll.] [moderately]
bastante {adv}
dumb [coll.] [stupid]
bobo {adj} [col.]
antsy [Am.] [coll.]
nervioso {adj}
awesome [Am.] [coll.]
bacán {adj}
bacano {adj}
acojonante {adj}
de puta madre {adj}
beefy [coll.] [strong]
fortachón {adj} [col.] [robusto]
broke [coll., broken]
roto {past-p}
partido {past-p}
deshecho {past-p}
tronchado {past-p}
fracturado {past-p}
fraccionado {past-p}
hecho migas {past-p}
broke [coll.] [broken]
hecho añicos {past-p}
buried [coll.: of a knife in a torso]
hundido {adj} {past-p} [arma afilada]
clavado {adj} {past-p} [arma afilada]
chuffed [Br.] [coll.]
satisfecho {adj}
cool [coll.] [awesome]
bacán {adj} [col.] [sur.] [estupendo]
crazy [coll.]
chiflado {adj} [col.]
damn [coll.]
puñetero {adj} [col.]
delirious [coll.] [wildly joyful]
loco {adj} [col.] [de alegría]
flabbergasted [coll.]
turulato {adj} [col.]
foxy [coll.] [cunning]
astuto {adj}
goofy [Am.] [coll.]
bobo {adj}
Hi! [coll., evening or afternoon]
¡Muy buenas! [col.]
hoggish [coll.] [greedy for food]
tragón {adj} [col.]
hopeless [coll.] [of a person, completely stupid]
de remate {adj}
humongous [chiefly Am.] [coll.]
enorme {adj}
lefty [coll.] [left-handed]
zocato {adj} [col.] [zurdo]
mucky [coll.] [dirty]
suzuki {adj} [col.] [Perú]
nick [Br.] [coll.] [prison]
reja {f} [am.] [cárcel]
pernickety [Br.] [coll.]
quisquilloso {adj}
persnickety [Am.] [coll.]
quisquilloso {adj}
pigheaded [coll.]
testarudo {adj}
sassy [Am.] [coll.]
descarado {adj}
scary [coll.]
dar miedo {adj}
scrawny [coll.]
esmirriado {adj} [col.]
Shoot! [Am.] [coll.] [euphemism for 'shit']
¡Miércoles! [col.] [eufemismo por 'mierda']
snappy [coll.] [quick]
rápido {adj}
sporty [coll.]
deportivo {adj}
stingy [coll.]
cutre {adj} [esp.] [col.] [tacaño]
Strewth! [coll.] [Br.] [Aus.]
¡Caramba! [esp.]
tacky [coll.] [gawdy]
cursi {adj}
teensy [coll.]
minúsculo {adj}
touristy [coll.] [often pej.]
turístico {adj}tur.
Wow! [coll.]
¡Anda pal carajo! [carib.] [col.]ind
yellow [coll.] [coward]
cobarde {adj}
yukky [coll.]
asqueroso {adj}
yummy [coll.]
rico {adj} [sabroso]gastr.
to beef [coll.]
quejarse
to boot sb./sth. [coll.] [kick]
patear a-algn/algo [col.] [dar patadas]
to burp [coll.]
eructar
regoldar
to fart [coll.]
pederse [col.]
to fire sb. [coll.]
botar a algn [am.] [col.] [despedir]
to moon [coll.] [show one's bare backside through a window]
sacar el trasero por la ventanilla
to mug sb. [coll.] [rob]
atracar a algn [robar]
to pinch sth. [coll.] [steal]
birlar algo [col.] [hurtar]
to scarper [Br.] [coll.] [run away, escape]
darse el piro [col.] [fugarse]
to scarper [coll.]
abrir gas [col.] [carib.]
to score [coll.] [fig.] [buy drugs from a dealer]
capear [col.] [fig.]
to shoot [Am.] [coll.] [take one's turn at pool, darts etc.]
lanzardep.
flop [coll.]
fracaso {m}
belly [coll.]
barriga {f} [col.]anat.
thrashing [coll.] [heavy defeat]
paliza {f} [col.] [derrota]dep.
bellybutton [coll.]
ombligo {m}anat.
tuch {m} [col.] [mex.] [Yucatec Maya]anat.
bozo [esp. Am.] [coll.]
tarado {m}
mum [Br.] [coll.]
mamá {f}
shit [coll.] [vulg.]
mierda {f} [col.] [vulg.]
abdominals [coll.] [also: abs] [abdominal muscles]
abdominales {m.pl} [col.] [músclos abdominales]anat.
Alzheimer's [coll.] [Alzheimer's disease]
Alzheimer {m} [col.]med.
aunty [coll.]
tita {f} [col.]
auto [coll.] [car, automobile]
auto {m} [am.] [sur.]automov.
baloney [Am.] [coll.] [Bologna sausage]
salchicha {f} de Bolognagastr.
bash [coll.] [party]
juerga {f}
bigwig [coll.]
mandamás {m} [col.]
bike [coll.]
bici {f} [col.]
bicicleta {f}bici.
bloke [Br.] [coll.]
tío {m} [col.]
blues [coll.] [depression]
depre {f} [col.] [depresión]med.
booze [coll.]
bebida {f} (alcohólica)gastr.
bopping [coll.] [dancing your feet off]
bailoteo {m}baile
bro [coll.] [friend]
broki {m} [carib.] [col.]
buddy [coll.]
colega {m} [col.]
buddy [coll.] [esp. Am.]
pipe {m} [am.]
bum [Br.] [coll.]
culo {m} [col.]
burp [coll.]
eructo {m}
chopper [coll.]
helicóptero {m}aero.
chum [coll.]
amigo {m}
cuate {m} [mex.]
clout [coll.]
mamporro {m} [col.]
coke [coll.] [cocaine]
perico {m} [col.] [cocaína]drogas
condo [Am.] [coll.] [condominium]
piso {m} propio [en propiedad]
conk [coll.] [esp. Br.] [nose]
napia {f} [col.]
cootie [Am.] [coll.] [louse]
piojo {m}entom.
cop [coll.]
tombo {m} [col.] [sur.] [Perú]
cops {pl} [coll.]
poli {f} [col.]
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