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English-Spanish Dictionary: [coll.]

awesome [Am.] [coll.]
bacán {adj}
bacano {adj}
acojonante {adj}
de puta madre {adj}
dumb [coll.] [stupid]
bobo {adj} [col.]
pretty [coll.] [moderately]
bastante {adv}
aight! [Am.] [coll.]
¡ofi! [¡vale!] [cent.] [Panamá] [col.]
airheaded [stupid] [coll.] [Am.]
zopenco {adj} [mex.] [Nayarit] [col.]
antsy [Am.] [coll.]
nervioso {adj}
Awesome! [coll.]
¡Qué chala! [Bolivia] [col.]
baldy [Scot.] [coll.]
p'ajla {adj} [calvo] [sur.] [Bolivia] [col.]
bananas [crazy] [Am.] [coll.]
zafado {adj} [mex.] [Nayarit] [col.]
beefy [coll.] [strong]
fortachón {adj} [col.] [robusto]
boneheaded [stupid] [coll.]
bruto {m} {adj} [tonto] [Perú] [col.]
brilliant [Br.] [coll.] [excellent]
molón {adj} [esp.] [col.]
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]
butters [ugly] [Br.] [coll.]
cangreja [cent.] [Panamá] [col.]
chuffed [Br.] [coll.]
satisfecho {adj}
cool [coll.]
guay {adj} [esp.] [col.]
cool [coll.] [awesome]
bacán {adj} [col.] [sur.] [estupendo]
crackers [Br.] [coll.]
tojpi {adj} [loco] [sur.] [Bolivia] [col.]
crafty [coll.]
pillín {adj} [col.]
crazy [coll.]
chiflado {adj} [col.]
como el rabo de la cabra {adj} [col.] [locución]
crooked [coll.] [dishonest]
tramposo {adj}
Dammit! [Am.] [vulg.] [coll.]
¡Chuleta! [cent.] [Panamá] [col.]
damn [coll.]
puñetero {adj} [col.]
delirious [coll.] [wildly joyful]
loco {adj} [col.] [de alegría]
dope! [cool!] [Am.] [coll.]
¡perita! [¡guay!] [esp.] [Málaga] [col.]
dopey [coll.] [idiotic]
bobalicón {adj} [col.] [poco inteligente]
flabbergasted [coll.]
turulato {adj} [col.]
foxy [coll.] [cunning]
astuto {adj}
goofy [Am.] [coll.]
bobo {adj}
gormless [stupid] [Br.] [coll.]
monse {adj} [Perú] [col.]
great [coll.] [really well]
de muerte {adv} [esp.] [col.]
great [coll.] [very good]
de muerte {adj} [esp.] [col.]
grouchy [coll.]
cascarrabias {adj} [col.]
heated [mad] [Am.] [coll.]
mascado {adj} [enojado] [cent.] [Guatemala] [col.]
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}
hulking [coll.]
grandote {adj} [col.]
humongous [chiefly Am.] [coll.]
enorme {adj}
lefty [coll.] [left-handed]
zocato {adj} [col.] [zurdo]
lousy [coll.]
fatal {adj} [col.]
mucky [coll.] [dirty]
suzuki {adj} [col.] [Perú]
nick [Br.] [coll.] [prison]
reja {f} [am.] [cárcel]
okay [Am.] [coll.]
cheque {adj} [Honduras] [col.]
pal [coll.]
Chabón {m} {nounnoun} [Argentina] [col.]
peaky [Br.] [coll.]
paliducho {adj} [pey.]
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.]
flacucho {adj} [col.]
esmirriado {adj} [col.]
seventies [coll.] [of fashion etc.: from the 1970s]
setentero {adj} [col.]
Shit! [Am.] [coll.] [vulg.]
¡Ñecks! {adj} [cent.] [Panamá] [col.]
Shoot! [Am.] [coll.] [euphemism for 'shit']
¡Miércoles! [col.] [eufemismo por 'mierda']
smashing [Br.] [coll.]
flipante {adj} [esp.] [col.]
snappy [coll.] [quick]
rápido {adj}
sporty [coll.]
deportivo {adj}
squishy [coll.]
blandito {adj}
stingy [coll.]
cutre {adj} [esp.] [col.] [tacaño]
Strewth! [coll.] [Br.] [Aus.]
¡Caramba! [esp.]
stunning [coll.] [of a female: very good-looking]
despampanante {adj} [col.] [hembra: muy guapa]
Sugar! [Br.] [coll.]
¡Cachis! [col.]
tacky [coll.] [gawdy]
cursi {adj}
teensy [coll.]
minúsculo {adj}
tiny [coll.]
chiquito {adj} [muy pequeño] [col.]
touristy [coll.] [often pej.]
turístico {adj}tur.
Wassup? [Am.] [coll.]
¿Qué sopá? [cent.] [Panamá] [col.]
Wow! [Am.] [coll.]
¡Asu madre! [Perú] [Lima] [col.]
Wow! [coll.]
¡Anda pal carajo! [carib.] [col.]ind
yellow [coll.] [coward]
cobarde {adj}
yukky [coll.]
asqueroso {adj}
yummy [coll.]
rico {adj} [sabroso]gastr.
to aggravate sb. [coll.]
disgustar a algn
to beef [coll.]
quejarse
to blabber [Am.] [coll.]
mandar fruta [Argentina] [col.]
to boo sb./sth. [coll.]
abuchear a-algn/algo
to boot sb./sth. [coll.] [kick]
patear a-algn/algo [col.] [dar patadas]
to booze [Am.] [coll.]
echarse un palo [tomar una cerveza ] [sur.] [Venezuela]
to burp [coll.]
eructar
regoldar
to croak [coll.] [die]
ñampiarse [Cuba] [carib.] [col.]
to fart [coll.]
pederse [col.]
to fire sb. [coll.]
botar a algn [am.] [col.] [despedir]
to kid sb. [coll.]
tomar a algn el pelo [col.] [locución]
to moon [coll.] [show one's bare backside through a window]
sacar el trasero por la ventanilla
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