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EnglishSpanish
fabada [bean stew with pork, black pudding and sausage]fabada {f}
fablefábula {f}
fabrictela {f}
fabric [cloth, material]género {m} [tipo de tejido]
to fabricate sth.fabricar algo [fig.]
fabulousfabuloso
fabulous [wonderful, fantastic]de fábula [col.]
façadefachada {f}
facecara {f}
face packmascarilla {f}
face powder {sg}polvos {m.pl} compactos
to face sb./sth.enfrentarse a-algn/algo
Face to FaceCara a cara [Ingmar Bergman]
face-to-facepresencial
faced with thisfrente a ello
facetiousburlón
facetiouslychistosamente
facetiouslyde forma irónica
facialfacial
facial carecuidado {m} facial
facial recognitionreconocimiento {m} facial
facilefácil
to facilitate sth.facilitar algo
facsimilefacsímil {m}
facthecho {m} [realidad, verdad]
faction [dissension]disensión {f}
faction [dissenting group]facción {f}
factionalde una facción
factiousfaccioso
factioussedicioso
factiouslysediciosamente
factorfactor {m}
to factor sth. inconsiderar algo
factoringfactorización {f}
factorisation [Br.]factorización {f}
factorizationfactorización {f}
factoryindustria {f} [fábrica]
factory farmingganadería {f} intensiva
factualfáctico
factualfactual
facultyprofesorado {m} [cuerpo docente]
fadmoda {f} (pasajera)
fadeddesteñido
faded [of a person's beauty due to age]marchito [persona: envejecida]
faecal [Br.]fecal
faeces [Br.]heces {f.pl}
fag [Am.] [sl.] [pej.] [homosexual man]marica {m} [col.] [pey.]
fag [Br.] [cigarette]bala {f} [Cuba] [carib.] [col.]
fag [Br.] [coll.] [cigarette]pitillo {m} [col.] [cigarillo]
fag [Br.] [coll.] [first-year public school boy]alumno {m} de primer año
faggot [Am.] [sl.] [pej.] [male homosexual prostitute]puto {m} [vulg.] [pey.] [am.] [prostituto]
to failfallar
to failfracasar
failfracaso {m}
to failperder [Col., rpl.]
to failsalir mal
to fail (sth.)no pasar (algo)
to fail (sth.) [exam]suspender (algo) [esp.] [no aprobar un examen]
to fail sb./sth.reprobar a-algn/algo [mex.]
to fail sth.jalar algo [col.] [Perú]
to fail sth.ser reprobado en algo
failurefracaso {m}
to faintdesfallecer [desmayarse]
to faintdesmayarse
faintdesmayo {m}
fainttenue
fainting fitdesmayo {m}
fainting fitsoponcio {m} [col.] [desmayo]
fairjusto
fairlimpio
fair [dated] [beautiful]hermoso
fair [hair, skin]claro [pelo, piel]
fair [of hair]rubio
fair-skinnedblanco
fairyhada {f} [takes m. article in sg.]
fairy godmotherhada {f} madrina
fairy talecuento {m} de hadas
fairy tale [fig.] [tall tale, lie]patraña {f}
faithfe {f}
faithful [to]fiel
fakebamba [col.] [falso] [Perú]
falconfalcón {m}
falconhalcón {m}
falconercetrero {m}
falconerhalconero {m}
Falkland IslandsIslas {f.pl} Malvinas
FalklandsIslas {f.pl} Malvinas
to fallcaer
to fallcaerse
fallcaída {f}
falldesplome {m}
fall [Am.]otoñada {f} [estación]
fall [Am.]otoño {m}
to fall apart [fig.] [coll.] [collapse emotionally]venirse abajo [fig.] [col.] [colapsarse emocionalmente]
to fall asleepadormecerse [empezar a dormirse]
to fall asleepdormirse
to fall asleepquedarse dormido
to fall behindquedarse rezagado
to fall flat on one's facecaerse de morros [col.]
to fall flat on one's facedarse de bruces [locución]
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