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T-Shirtcamiseta {f}
T-shirtpolera {f}
T-shirtremera {f} [sur.]
tabernacletabernáculo {m}
tablemesa {f}
table [arrangement of data in rows and columns]cuadro {m} [gráfico]
table d'hôtemenú {m} del día
table football [Br.]futbolín {m}
table football [Br.]futbolito {m} [mex.] [par.] [uru.]
table football [Br.]metegol {m} [arg.]
table football [Br.]taca-taca {m} [Chile]
table saltsal {f} fina
table settingcubierto {m}
to table sth. [Am.] [postpone dealing with an issue at a meeting]posponer algo
to table sth. [Br.] [address an issue at a meeting]someter algo a discusión
table tennisping-pong {m}
tableclothmantel {m}
tablespooncuchara {f} de servir
tablespoon [quantity of 15ml]cucharada {f}
tablespoonful [quantity of 15ml]cucharada {f}
tabletcomprimido {m}
tabletpíldora {f}
tablettableta {f}
tablet PCtableta {f}
tablewarevajilla {f}
tabloidtabloide {m}
tabootabú {m}
tachometertacómetro {m}
tachycardiataquicardia {f}
taciturnitytaciturnidad {f}
tack [drawing pin]chincheta {f} [esp.]
tack {sg} [horseriding equipment]arreos {}
tackleentrada {f} [jugado de fútbol]
to tackle sth. [a problem etc.]abordar algo [un problema etc.]
tacky [coll.] [gawdy]cursi
tacky [in bad taste]hortera [col.]
tacky [sticky]pegajoso
tact [in dealing with people]delicadeza {f} [cuidado, suavidad]
tactfulnessdiplomacia {f} [tacto]
tactfulnesstacto {m}
tactictáctica {f} [método]
tacticiantáctico {m}
tactician [female]táctica {f}
tad [coll.]pelín {m} [col.]
tadpolerenacuajo {m}
Taffy [Br.] [coll.] [Welshman]galés {m}
tag [label]marbete {m} [etiqueta]
tailcola {f}
tailrabo {m}
tail [of a comet]estela {f} [rastro cósmico]
tail feathertimonera {f}
tailorsastre {m}
tailor [female]sastra {f}
tailplane [esp. Br.]plano {m} de cola
taipantaipán {m} [género Oxyuranus]
Taiwan saddled carpetsharkfalsa pintarroja {f} de Formosa [Cirrhoscyllium formosanum]
to take a bath [Am.]bañarse [lavarse]
to take a break [idiom]hacer un alto [para reflexionar, descansar] [locución]
to take a dip [swim]darse un chapuzón
to take a dislike to sb. [idiom]coger manía a algn [locución]
to take a long time [of things and people]tardar
to take a photographfotografiar
to take a photographtomar una fotografía
to take a run-upcoger carrerilla
to take a seattomar asiento
to take a shower [Am.]ducharse
to take a testhacer un examen
to take a turn [fig.] [to change a lot]dar un giro [fig.] [ocurrir un gran cambio]
to take a walk [Am.]pasearse
to take advantage of sth.aprovechar de algo
to take all the necessary stepsdar todos los pasos necesarios
to take an oathjurar
to take attendance [Am.]pasar lista
to take care of sb.cuidar a algn
to take care of sb.cuidar de algn
Take care!¡Cuídate!
to take delight in sth.regodearse en algo
to take each day as it comes [coll.] [idiom]vivir a salto de mata [col.] [locución]
to take it easyllevarla suave [col.] [cent.] [Costa Rica]
to take it for granted that ...dar por sentado que ...
to take its toll on sb. [idiom]pasar factura a algn [locución]
to take off [aeroplane]despegar
to take off sth. [clothes]quitarse a algo [ropa]
to take one's medicinetomarse su medicina
to take one's shoes offdescalzarse
to take one's timetardar lo suyo
to take over from sb.tomarle el relevo a algn
to take part [in]tomar parte [en]
to take placeacaecer
to take placeproducirse
to take placetener lugar
to take refuge in sth.refugiarse en algo
to take revenge for sth.vengar algo
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