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Diccionario Inglés-Español

BETA Spanish-English translation for: [with]
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English-Spanish Dictionary: [with]

over [used with directions]
por {prep}
to anoint sb. [with holy oil]
ungir a algn [con óleo sagrado]relig.
to beat sb./sth. [with a stick]
varear a-algn/algo
to blacken sth. [with soot / coal]
tiznar algo
to coincide [with]
concordar [con]
to concern sb. [have to do with, be the business of]
atañer a algn
to cut sth. [with knife]
partir algo [con cuchillo]
to draw (sth.) [with pencil etc.]
pintar (algo) [col.] [dibujar]
to express sth. [with words]
verbalizar algo
to mend sth. [with needle and thread]
zurcir algo
to pinch sth. [squeeze hard with finger and thumb]
pellizcar algo [retorcer]
to pound [with a hammer]
to power sb./sth. [to supply sb./sth. with energy]
alimentar a-algn/algoelectr.
to roll sth. [with a rolling pin]
extender algo con el rodillogastr.
to row [with an oar]
remar [con un remo]dep.
to row [with oars]
bogar [remar]
to scull [row with two oars]
remar [con dos espadillas]dep.
to snort [with annoyance]
resoplar [por enfado]
[noodle soup with chickpeas, meat and red sausage]
cocido {m} madrileñogastr.
aerobics {pl} [most common with singular verb]
aerobic {m}dep.
arsehole [vulg.] [person with no redeeming qualities]
mamarracho {m} [col.] [persona]
bathroom [in a home, normally with a toilet]
baño {m}
collaboration [cooperation with the enemy]
colaboracionismo {m}
compliance [with law]
cumplimiento {m} [ley]
consultation [with a doctor]
visita {f} [al médico]
fabada [bean stew with pork, black pudding and sausage]
fabada {f}gastr.
magic [fig.] [in a performance] [heightened state of emotion and expression when performing something, often connected with flamenco]
duende {m}baile
punch [with fist]
puñetazo {m}
stab [blow with sharp weapon]
cuchillada {f} [golpe]
statistics [science that collects and interprets numerical data] [with singular verb]
estadística {f}estad.
tact [in dealing with people]
delicadeza {f} [cuidado, suavidad]
to drive sth. into sth. [e.g. with a hammer]
hincar algo en algo
to hang out [coll.] [with friends]
janguiar [col.] [carib.]
to keep sb. warm [with clothes]
abrigar a algn [con ropa]
to stuff oneself [with food]
atiborrarse [hartarse de comida]
blowing-up [with explosives]
voladura {f}
forced entry [with intent to commit a crime]
allanamiento {m} (de morada)jur.
to blow dry one's hair [with a hair-dryer]
aplicarse el secador
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