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EnglishSpanish
waferoblea {f}
wafflegofre {m} [esp.]
to wag its tail [dog]sacudirse el rabo
wagesueldo {m}
wage [salary]salario {m}
wage earnerasalariado {m}
wagerapuesta {f}
waistcintura {f}
waistbandcinturilla {f}
waistcoat [Br.]chaleco {m}
to wait for sb./sth.aguardar a-algn/algo
to wait for sb./sth.esperar a-algn/algo
to wait until sb./sth. does sth.dejar que algn/algo haga algo [esperar]
Wait, prepare yourself, be patient.Aún no tienes alas y ya quieres volar. [mex.]
waitercamarero {m}
waitermesero {m}
waitermozo {m} [sur.] [col.]
waiting roomsala {f} de espera
waitresscamarera {f}
waitressmesera {f} [camarera] [am.]
wakeestela {f}
wake [for the deceased]velatorio {m} [velar un difunto]
to wake sb.despertar a algn
to wake sb. updespertar a algn
to wake updespertarse
to wake up on the wrong side of the bed [Am.] [coll.]no tener el chichi para farolillos [esp.] [col.]
walaychowalaycho {m}
to walkcaminar
to walkir (a pie)
walkpaseo {m}
walk [stroll, hike]caminata {f}
to walk (sth.)andar (algo)
to walk awayirse
to walk on tiptoe(s)andar de puntillas
to walk the dogpasear al perro
walkercaminante {m}
walker [female]caminante {f}
walking bootbota {f} de trekking
walking stick [cane]bastón {m} [para caminar]
walkwayacera {f} [am.]
wallmuro {m}
wallpared {f}
wall germanderzamarrilla {f} de los muros [Teucrium chamaedrys]
wall lightaplique {m} [lámpara]
wall socketenchufe {m} [hembra]
to wall sth. inamurallar algo
to wall sth. in / uptapiar algo
to wall sth. upamurallar algo
walletbilletera {f}
walletcartera {f}
walletmonedero {m}
wallet [Br.]billetero {m}
Walloonvalón
Walloonvalón {m}
Walloon [female]valona {f}
wallop [Br.] [coll.]caña {f} [esp.] [col.]
wallpaperpapel {m} tapiz
walnutnuez {f}
walnut treenogal {m}
walrusmorsa {f}
wan [pallid]pálido
wanderingcaminante
to wank [Br.] [vulg.]hacerse una paja [esp.] [vulg.]
wanker [Br.] [vulg.]gilipollas [esp.] [vulg.]
wannabe dictator [coll.] [pej.]dictadorzuelo {m} [pey.]
to want a womanquerer una mujer
to want sb./sth.desear a-algn/algo
to want sb./sth.querer a-algn/algo
to want to have sexestar arrecho [col.] [sur.]
wantedrequerido
wapitiuapití {m} [Cervus canadensis]
warguerra {f}
war crygrito {m} de guerra
War of the Pacificguerra {f} del Pacífico [1879-1883]
ward [in a hospital]sala {f} de hospital
wardressceladora {f}
wardrobearmario {m}
wardroberopero {m}
warehousealmacén {m} [deposito]
warfareguerra {f}
warheadojiva {f}
warlikebélico
warmcálido
warmcaliente
warmtemplado
to warm sth. (up)calentar algo
warmongerbelicista {m}
warmthcalidez {f}
to warn sb.advertir a algn
to warn sb.avisar a algn [advertir]
to warn sb.prevenir a algn
to warn thatreconocer que [advertir]
warningadvertencia {f} [amenaza]
warpalabeo {m}
to warp sth.urdir algo
warrantygarantía {f}
warriorguerrero {m}
WarsawVarsovia {f}
warshipbuque {m} de guerra
wartverruga {f}
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