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Diccionario Inglés-Español

BETA Spanish-English translation for: be
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English-Spanish Dictionary: be

to be
ser
estar
beryllium <Be>
berilio {m} <Be>quím.
Be careful!
¡Ten cuidado!
to be (situated)
encontrarse [estar]
to be about sb./sth.
tratarse de algo/algn
to be advisable [to be in someone's interest]
convenir [ser provechoso]
to be afraid
tener miedo
estar asustado
to be amazed
pasmarse [col.]
to be angry
tener una leche [esp.]loc.
to be ashamed
avergonzarse
to be asleep
estar dormido
to be available
estar disponible
to be baffled
atontarse
aturdirse
estar perplejo
estar desconcertado
emborricarse [rar.]
quedarse parado [fig.]
to be born
nacer
to be brewing [fig.] [coll.]
cocerse [col.] [fig.]
to be broke [coll.] [moneyless]
estar yesca [Bolivia] [col.]
to be broke [coll.] [without money]
estar chiro [col.] [sur.]
to be called
llamarse
to be careful
tener ojo
prudenciarse
tener cuidado
to be completed
completarse
to be delayed
retrasarse
to be done
haber terminado
to be enough
bastar
to be gobsmacked [Am.] [coll.]
flipar [alucinar] [esp.] [col.]
to be gobsmacked [coll.] [fig.]
quedarse de piedra [col.] [fig.]
to be grumpy [coll.]
tener un humor de perros [col.] [fig.]
to be horny [coll.] [want to have sex]
estar arrecho [col.] [hacer el amor] [Perú]loc.
to be implemented
llevarse a cabo
to be irritated
desbautizarse
to be juxtaposed
yuxtaponerse
to be late
tardar
to be missing
faltar [no estar]
to be mistaken
equivocarse
to be naked
estar chuto {m} [Bolivia] [col.]
to be needed
hacer falta
to be nuts [coll.]
estar CocaCola [Perú] [col.]
to be outlined [silhouetted]
perfilarse [silueta]
to be pissed [Br.] [vulg.] [drunk]
estar en pedo [col.] [vulg.] [emborrachado]
to be prominent [in society]
figurar [en sociedad]
to be purified
purificarse
to be quiet
callarse
to be safe
estar a salvo
to be shocked
escandalizarse
to be shy
amishar [cent.]
cortarse [acobardarse]
to be sitting
estar sentado
to be situated
ubicarse
hallarse [estar ubicado]
to be skint [Br.] [coll.]
estar en la cama de los perros [Panama] [cent.] [col.]
to be skint [Br.] [coll.] [have no money]
andar aguja [col.] [no tener dinero] [Perú]loc.
to be stubborn
ser duro de pelar [col.] [locución]
to be sulking
estar enfurruñado
to be tanked [Am.] [coll.]
andar como turco en la neblina [Argentina] [col.]
to be thirsty
tener sed {f}
to be unbelievable
ser la repanocha [esp.] [col.]
to be underneath
subyacer [estar debajo]
to be unfaithful
traicionar
ser infiel
engañar [ser infiel a]
to be upset
volcarse
irritarse
enfadarse
encresparse
to be urgent
urgir
to be wasted [Am.] [coll.] [very drunk]
estar yema [Bolivia] [col.]
to be worth sth.
valer algo
to be wrong
confundirse
estar equivocado
Don't be afraid!
¡No tengas miedo!
to be honest [honestly]
sinceramente {adv}
honestamente {adv}
to be precise
concretamente {adv}
to be / feel dizzy
marearsemed.
to be / feel seasick
marearsemed.
to be / get bored
aburrirse
to be / get furious
estar negro [col.]
to be a chicken [fig.] [coward]
ser un gallina [fig.] [cobarde]
to be accountable to sb./sth.
rendir cuentas ante algn/algo
to be acquainted with sb./sth.
conocer a-algn/algo
to be advisable that
convenir que
to be afraid (of sb./sth.)
temer (a-algn/algo)
to be allowed to
tener permiso (para)
to be astonished at sth.
asombrarse de algo [extrañarse]
to be at stake [fig.]
estar en juego [fig.]
to be carried out [effected]
llevarse a efecto
to be crammed into sth.
hacinarse en algo
to be doing well
estar bien
to be due to sth.
obedecer a algo
to be enthusiastic about sth.
tener ilusión por algo
to be equal to sth.
ser igual a algomat.
to be found guilty
ser hallado culpablejur.
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