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English-Spanish Dictionary: [col.]
estupendo {adj} [col.]
tremendous
bobo {adj} [col.]
dumb [coll.] [stupid]
¡Máare! [col.] [mex.] [Yucatec Maya]
Wow! [pej.]
¡Miércoles! [col.] [eufemismo por 'mierda']
Shoot! [Am.] [coll.] [euphemism for 'shit']
¡Yala! [carib.] [col.]
Okay!
alucinante {adj} [col.] [fantástico]
amazing
asado {adj} [col.] [Perú]
angryloc.
bacán {adj} [col.] [sur.] [estupendo]
cool [coll.] [awesome]
bamba {adj} [col.] [falso] [Perú]
fake
bembo {adj} [am.] [col.]
thick-lippedanat.
blando {adj} [col.]
cowardly
boxito {adj} [col.] [mex.] [Yucatec Maya]
dear [beloved]
cabreado {adj} [col.]
hopping mad [coll.]
calato {adj} [col.] [Perú]
naked
campante {adj} [col.]
laid-back [coll.]
canijo {adj} [col.]
puny [pej.] [hum.]
chevere {adj} [col.] [carib.]
fantastic
chiflado {adj} [col.]
crazy [coll.]
chiquito {adj} [muy pequeño] [col.]
tiny [coll.]
chungo {adj} [col.] [esp.] [de mala calidad]
cheap {adj} [of inferior quality]
chupado {adj} [col.] [muy facíl]
dead easy [coll.]
cochambroso {adj} [col.]
filthy
cuco {adj} [col.]
smart
cutre {adj} [esp.] [col.] [tacaño]
stingy [coll.]
Diay! [col.] [cent.] [saludo]
Hey! [greeting]
esmirriado {adj} [col.]
scrawny [coll.]
flacucho {adj} [col.]
scrawny [coll.]
fortachón {adj} [col.] [robusto]
beefy [coll.] [strong]
grandullón {adj} [esp.] [col.]
burly
gruñón {adj} [col.]
grumpy
guay {adj} [col.] [esp.]
big time [coll.]
hortera {adj} [col.]
tacky
loco {adj} [col.] [de alegría]
delirious [coll.] [wildly joyful]
mismísimo {adj} [col.]
very same
murrio {adj} [col.]
depressed
ñato {adj} [col.]
nasal
negro {adj} [col.]
furious
patidifuso {adj} [col.] [sorprendido, pasmado]
gobsmacked [Br.] [surprised, amazed]
pendejo {adj} [col.] [am.]
dumb [stupid]
pijo {adj} [col.] [esp.]
posh
pillín {adj} [col.]
crafty [coll.]
pizpireta {adj} [col.] [mujer]
vivacious [woman]
potable {adj} [col.] [aceptable]
acceptable
puñetero {adj} [col.]
damn [coll.]
quizás {adv} [col.] [quizá]
maybe
rechoncho {adj} [col.]
chubby
regordete {adj} [col.]
chubby
salado [col.] [cent.] [Costa Rica]
tough luck
salado {adj} [rpl.] [col.]
amazing
suzuki {adj} [col.] [Perú]
mucky [coll.] [dirty]
ta [col.] [sur.] [Uruguay]
okay
tieso {adj} [col.] [muerto]
stone-dead
tragón {adj} [col.]
hoggish [coll.] [greedy for food]
tuanis {adj} [col.] [cent.]
cool
turulato {adj} [col.]
flabbergasted [coll.]
zocato {adj} [col.] [zurdo]
lefty [coll.] [left-handed]
perder [Col., rpl.]
to fail
cotillear [col.]
to gossip
ariscarse [mex.] [col.]
to get upset
Arrojar [col.] [Canarias]
to vomit
birlar algo [col.] [hurtar]
to pinch sth. [coll.] [steal]
capear [col.] [fig.]
to score [coll.] [fig.] [buy drugs from a dealer]
checar algo [am.] [col.]
to check sth.
chequear algo [am.] [col.]
to check sth.
chumar [col.] [sur.]
to drink
chupar algo [col.] [beber]
to drink sth.
chutarse [col.] [esp.]
to shoot updrogas
cocerse [col.] [fig.]
to be brewing [fig.] [coll.]
colarse [esp.] [col.] [equivocarse]
to get it wrong [coll.]
colocarse [col.] [drogarse]
to get high [coll.] [take drugs]drogas
currar [esp.] [col.]
to work
devolver (algo) [col.]
to vomit (sth.)med.
enfurruñarse [col.]
to get in a huff [coll.] [idiom]
Escachar [col.] [Canarias]
to squash
espachurrar a-algn/algo [col.]
to squash sb./sth.
espetar algo [col.] [decir bruscamente]
to blurt sth. out
farfullar algo [col.]
to gabble sth.
fisgonear [col.]
to poke around [coll.] [nosily]
florear [col.] [mentir] [sur.] [Perú]
to lie
fusilar a-algn/algo [col.]
to plagiarize sb./sth.
gruñir [col.] [persona]
to grumble
gufear [carib.] [col.]
to fool around
hanguiar [col.] [am.]
to hang out
jalar algo [col.] [Perú]
to fail sth.
jamarse [col.]
to stuff oneself [coll.]
matraquear [col.]
to nag
olisquear algo [col.]
to sniff sth.
parlotear [col.]
to jabber
pasmarse [col.]
to be amazed
patear a-algn/algo [col.] [dar patadas]
to boot sb./sth. [coll.] [kick]
pederse [col.]
to fart [coll.]
pinchar algo [esp.] [col.]
to play sth. [music, CDs etc.]
pintar (algo) [col.] [dibujar]
to draw (sth.) [with pencil etc.]
requetepicar [col.]
to really sting [coll.]
temblequear [col.]
to tremble
tonear [col.] [Perú]
to partyloc.
zampar algo [col.] [comer]
to scoff sth. (down) [coll.]
zamparse algo [col.] [engullir]
to gobble sth. down
llorón {m} [col.]
crybaby
montón {m} [col.]
mass [heap, pile]
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