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English-Spanish Dictionary: [in]

aforementioned [in conversation]
dicho {adj} {past-p}
aforementioned [in text]
anteriormente mencionado {adj} {past-p}
buried [coll.: of a knife in a torso]
hundido {adj} {past-p} [arma afilada]
clavado {adj} {past-p} [arma afilada]
buried [immersed in work, discussions]
enfrascado {adj} {past-p} [usado reflexivamente, referido a personas]
buried [of a bullet, lodged in the body]
alojado {adj} {past-p} [una bala]
injured [person: in an accident]
siniestrado {adj}
to maintain sth. [keep a machine in good condition]
mantener algo [una máquina]
revisar algo [una máquina]
to stay [in a hotel etc.]
parar [hospedarse]
to drop [in temperature, altitude etc.]
descender
to promote sb./sth. [raise sb. in rank, encourage sth.]
promover a-algn/algo
[to have the command or advantage in a situation]
tener la sartén por el mango [col.]loc.
to bathe [to swim, to wash in a bath]
bañarse [para nadar, lavarse]
to bid sth. [in an auction]
ofrecer algo [en una subasta]
to dominate sth. [fig.] [e.g. statue in a room]
presidir algo [fig.] [dominar]
to hold sth. [in the hands, arms]
sostener algo [en las manos, las brazos]
to pack sth. [in a bag etc.]
empacar algo
to represent sb. [substitute, stand in for]
suplir a algn
to serve sb. sth. [e.g. food etc., also in sports]
servir a algn algo
to stop [in order to think]
detenerse [pararse a reflexionar]
to wear sth. [show off, flaunt, be dressed up in]
lucir algo
character [in a novel, film etc.]
personaje {m} [carácter de ficción]cinelit.teatro
mark [esp. Br.] [score in a test]
nota {f}
referee [in sports]
árbitro {m} [en deportes]dep.
gum [in mouth]
encía {f}anat.odont.
[in Spanish law, an aggravating factor when a crime is committed under cover of darkness]
nocturnidad {f}jur.
[transition to democracy in Spain after the Franco reign]
Transición {f} [esp.]hist.pol.
accused [female] [in court]
reo {f}jur.
accused [in court]
reo {m}jur.
backheel [in football]
taconazo {m} [en fútbol]
bathroom [in a home, normally with a toilet]
baño {m}
bend [in the road]
curva {f}
block [building in hospital, barracks etc.]
pabellón {m} [en hospital, cuartel etc.]arq.
bogman [body mummified in peat]
momia {f} de las ciénagasarqueol.
box [in theatre]
palco {m} [localidad de teatro]teatro
chair [male person in charge of a meeting]
moderador {m}
clearing [in wood, forest]
claro {m}
counter [in a shop]
mostrador {m}
foyer [Br.] [in hotel]
vestíbulo {m}arq.
hearing [in court]
audiencia {f}jur.
leaves {pl} [of tea left in cup]
poso {m} [de té]
magic [fig.] [in a performance] [heightened state of emotion and expression when performing something, often connected with flamenco]
duende {m}baile
marksmanship [skill in shooting]
puntería {f} [precisión de tiro]armas
pipe [in an organ]
cañón {m}mús.
playground [Br.] [in school]
patio {m} de recreo
practitioner [in surgery and medicine under a master]
practicante {m}med.
practitioner [in surgery and medicine under a master] [female]
practicante {f}med.
problem [question in exam]
ejercicio {m} [prueba]edu.
pursuit [in a physical sense]
persecución {f} [en sentido físico]
ratatouille [vegetables cooked in oil]
pisto {m}gastr.
referee [female] [in sports]
árbitro {f} [en deportes]dep.prof.
role [part in film etc., function or task performed in work]
papel {m}cineteatro
room [in a house]
dependencia {f} [habitación en una casa]
stalls [Br.] [in theatre, cinema]
platea {f} [patio de butacas]teatro
station [in society]
estatus {m}
stubble [in a field after harvest]
rastrojo {m}
tact [in dealing with people]
delicadeza {f} [cuidado, suavidad]
time [of a meeting etc., moment in time]
hora {f} [tiempo propicio]
toast [in honour]
brindis {m}
ward [in a hospital]
sala {f} de hospitalmed.
youth [period in one's life]
mocedad {f}
about that [in that regard]
al respecto {adv}
to be advisable [to be in someone's interest]
convenir [ser provechoso]
to be prominent [in society]
figurar [en sociedad]
to take part [in]
tomar parte [en]
U-boat [submarine used by the Germans in WWII]
submarino {m} alemánhist.mil.
to nod one's head [in agreement]
asentir con la cabeza
both in ... and in ...
tanto en ... como en {prep}
You never give way. [never admit defeat in an argument]
No te allanas nunca.
small pieces of meat [in soup]
tropezones {m.pl} [col.] [trocitos de carne]gastr.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Más vale pájaro en mano que cien volando.loc.proverb.
to air one's dirty linen in public [fig.] [to discuss private or embarrassing matters in public]
sacar a relucir los trapos sucios en público [fig.] [discutir asuntos privados o vergonzosos en público]loc.
to be mixed up in it [coll.] [idiom] [involved in plot etc.]
estar en el ajo [col.] [locución]
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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