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dad [coll.]papá {m} [col.]
Dadaismdadaísmo {m}
daffodilnarciso {m}
daggerdaga {f}
daggerpuñal {m}
dailya diario
daily [each day]diario
daily routinerutina {f} diaria
dairylechería {f}
dairy [attr.] [e.g. cattle, farmer, product, van]lácteo
dairy [food group]lácteos {}
daisymargarita {f}
Dalmatian pelicanpelícano {m} ceñudo [Pelecanus crispus]
dampresa {f} [muro]
damagedaño {m}
damageestropicio {m} [col.] [destrozo]
damageherida {f} [fig.] [daño]
to damage sth.averiar algo
to damage sth.dañar algo
to damage sth.estropear algo
damaged [vehicle]siniestrado
damagingofensivo [dañino]
Dammit! [Am.] [vulg.] [coll.]¡Chuleta! [cent.] [Panamá] [col.]
damn [coll.]puñetero [col.]
Damn (it)!¡Maldición!
Damn it!¡Maldita sea!
dampnesshumedad {f}
DanaëDánae {f}
DanausDánao {m}
dancebaile {m}
dancedanza {f}
to dance (sth.)bailar (algo)
dancerbailador {m}
dancerdanzarín {m}
dancer [female]bailadora {f}
dancer [female]bailarina {f}
dancer [female]danzarina {f}
dancer [masculine]bailarín {m}
dandeliondiente {m} de léon
dandeliondiente {m} de león
dandruffcaspa {f}
dandypetimetre {m}
Danedanés {m}
Dane [female]danesa {f}
dangerpeligro {m}
dangerousnesspeligrosidad {f}
Danishdanés {m}
Daoismdaoísmo {m}
Daoismtaoísmo {m}
DardanusDárdano {m}
darereto {m}
to dare to do sth.atreverse a hacer algo
to dare to do sth.osar hacer algo
daredevilatrevido {m}
daringatrevido [osado]
darksombrío [oscuro]
dark [skin, hair]moreno [piel, pelo]
dark blueazul oscuro
dark-necked tailorbirdsastrecillo {m} cuellinegro [Orthotomus atrogularis]
to darken sth.sombrear algo [oscurecer]
darknessoscuridad {f}
darkroomcuarto {m} oscuro
darling [female]querida {f}
darmstadtium <Ds>darmstadtio {m} <Ds>
to darn sth. [sew up]zurcir algo
darnelcizaña {f}
dartdardo {m}
Dartford warblercurruca {f} rabilarga [Sylvia undata, syn.: Curruca undata]
Darwinismdarwinismo {m}
dashpizca {f}
dashboardsalpicadero {m}
data {pl}datos {}
data {sg} {pl}datos {}
databankbanco {m} de datos
databasebase {f} de datos
datedátil {m}
date [calendar]fecha {f}
to date back to sth.remontarse a algo [de tiempo atrás]
date of birthfecha {f} de nacimiento
date palmdatilera {f}
to date sth.fechar algo
dating fromde cuando
daughterhija {f}
daughter-in-lawnuera {f}
daughter-in-lawyerna {f} [col.] [sur.] [cent.]
to daunt sb.intimidar a algn
to dawnamanecer
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