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EnglishSpanish
Y-chromosomecromosoma {m} Y
yachtyate {m}
to yack [coll.] [pej.]hablar como una cotorra [col.] [pey.]
yalecentícora {f} [también : eale]
yaleeale {f} [también : centícora]
yale lockcerradura {f} de tambor
yamñame {m}
Yamato periodperiodo {m} Yamato
yank [tug, pull]tirón {m} [jalón]
yard <yd>yarda {f}
yawbandazo {m}
yawguiñada {f}
to yawnbostezar
yawnbostezo {m}
Yeah, right!¡Qué jeta! [Costa Rica] [cent.] [col.]
yearaño {m}
yearbookanuario {m}
yearling [horse]tusón {m}
yearling sheepborrego {m}
yearling sheep [female]borrega {f}
yearlyanualmente
to yearn sth.anhelar algo
yearning[el] ansia {f}
yearninganhelación {f}
yearning [attr.]anhelante
yeastlevadura {f}
yeast extractextracto {m} de levadura
yelkouan shearwater [also: Levantine / Mediterranean shearwater]pardela {f} mediterránea [Puffinus yelkouan]
to yellgritar
to yellvociferar
yellowamarillo
yellowamarillo {m}
yellow [coll.] [coward]cobarde
yellow anacondaanaconda {f} amarilla [Eunectes notaeus]
yellow fevervómito {m} negro
yellow mignonettereseda {f} (amarilla) [Reseda lutea]
yellow mongoosemangosta {f} amarilla [Cynictis penicillata]
yellow mongoosemangosta {f} de cola gruesa [Cynictis penicillata]
yellow nutsedge [Cyperus esculentus]chufa {f}
yellow polka-dotamarillo a topos
yellow railpolluela {f} amarillenta [Coturnicops noveboracensis]
Yellow suits you fantastically!¡Hay que ver lo bien que te sienta el amarillo!
yellow-bellied marmotmarmota {f} de vientre amarillo [Marmota flaviventris]
yellow-bellied toadsapillo {m} de vientre amarillo [Bombina variegata]
yellow-bellied toadsapo {m} de vientre amarillo [Bombina variegata]
yellow-bellied weaselcomadreja {f} de vientre amarillo [Mustela kathiah]
yellow-billed cuckoocuclillo {m} piquigualdo [Coccyzus americanus]
yellow-billed loon [Am.]colimbo {m} de Adams [Gavia adamsii]
yellow-breasted buntingescribano {m} aureolado [Emberiza aureola]
yellow-browed toucanettucanete {m} del Huallaga [Aulacorhynchus huallagae]
yellow-crowned euphoniaeufonia {f} coroniamarilla [Euphonia luteicapilla]
yellow-eared toucanettucancillo {m} orejiamarillo [Selenidera spectabilis]
yellow-eared toucanettucancito {m} negro [Selenidera spectabilis]
yellow-footed gullgaviota {f} de Cortés [Larus livens]
yellow-footed gullgaviota {f} pata amarilla [Larus livens]
yellow-footed rock-wallabywalabí {m} de las rocas de patas amarillas [Petrogale xanthopus]
yellow-margined tortoisetortuga {f} de Mapimí [Gopherus flavomarginatus]
yellow-margined tortoisetortuga {f} mexicana [Gopherus flavomarginatus]
yellow-spotted ringlet [butterfly]montañesa {f} uniforme [Erebia manto] [mariposa diurna]
yellow-throated cuckoocuclillo {m} gorgigualdo [Chrysococcyx flavigularis]
yellowhammerescribano {m} cerillo [Emberiza citrinella]
yellowishamarillento
yes
Yes, exactly.Tal qual. [Venezuela] [col.]
yesterdayayer
yesterday afternoon / eveningayer por la tarde
Yesterday I got up late.Ayer me levanté tarde.
Yesterday I had a bad headache.Ayer tuve un dolor de cabeza terrible.
yesterday morningayer por la mañana
yesteryear [literary]el ayer {m} [tiempos pasados] [literario]
yetaún
yettodavía
yew (tree / wood)tejo {m}
yid [sl.] [pej.] [female Jew]judía {f}
yid [sl.] [pej.] [Jew]judío {f}
Yiddishyiddish
Yiddishyiddish {m}
Yiddishyidish
yieldganancia {f}
yieldrédito {m}
Yo! [Am.]¡Che! [rpl.]
yogayoga {m}
yoghurtyogurt {m}
yogurtyogur {m}
yokeyugo {m}
to yoke sth.uncir algo
yokel [coll.] [pej.]cateto {m} [esp.] [col.] [pey.] [persona inculta]
yokel [coll.] [pej.] [female]cateta {f} [esp.] [col.] [pey.] [persona inculta]
you
youUsted <Vd.,Ud.> [formal]
you [plural direct and indirect object, informal]a vosotros
you [plural direct and indirect object] [informal]os
you {pl}Ustedes {pl} <Vds.,Uds.> [formal]
You are a dumbass! [coll.] [Am.] [vulg.]¡Eres un naco! [eres tonto] [México] [col.]
You are the company you keep.El que con lobos anda, a aullar se enseña.
You are welcome!¡De nada!
You are welcome. [idiom]No hay de qué. [locución]
You can eat for free in my restaurant whenever you like.(Tú) puedes comer gratis en mi restaurante siempre que quieras.
You can speak freely in front of George — he knows everything.Puedes hablar sin problema delante de Jorge — él lo sabe todo.
You greedy pig! [pej.] [said to a male]¡Mira que eres glotón! [pey.]
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