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English-Spanish Dictionary: [esp.]

¡Caramba! [esp.]
Strewth! [coll.] [Br.] [Aus.]
¡Jesús! [esp.]
Bless you! [after sneezing]
¡perita! [¡guay!] [esp.] [Málaga] [col.]
dope! [cool!] [Am.] [coll.]
burrá {adv} [un montón de] [esp.] [Almeria] [col.]
a shitload [Am.] [sl.] [vulg.]
chulo {adj} [esp.]
cheeky
chungo {adj} [col.] [esp.] [de mala calidad]
cheap {adj} [of inferior quality]
cutre {adj} [esp.] [col.] [tacaño]
stingy [coll.]
garrulo {adj} [tonto] [esp.] [Almería] [col.]
half-wit [Am.] [coll.]
grandullón {adj} [esp.] [col.]
burly
guapo {adj} [esp.]
good-looking
guay {adj} [col.] [esp.]
big time [coll.]
pijo {adj} [col.] [esp.]
posh
escuchar a-algn/algo [esp. am.]
to hear sb./sth.
platicar [esp. am.]
to chat
pararse [esp.]
to stop
aparcar [vehículo] [esp.]
to park
chutarse [col.] [esp.]
to shoot updrogas
colarse [esp.] [col.] [equivocarse]
to get it wrong [coll.]
coscar algo [darse cuenta] [esp.] [Cádiz] [col.]
to find something out
currar [esp.] [col.]
to work
esfumarse [esp.] [Madrid] [col.]
to run away
flipar [alucinar] [esp.] [col.]
to be gobsmacked [Am.] [coll.]
pinchar algo [esp.] [col.]
to play sth. [music, CDs etc.]
pisparse [esp.] [Madrid] [col.]
to notice [Am.]
piso {m} [esp.]
apartment <apt.> [Am.]
flat [Br.]arq.constr.
coche {m} [esp.]
car
zumo {m} [esp.]
juice
comida {f} [esp.] [mex.] [almuerzo]
lunchgastr.
patata {f} [esp.]
potatobot.gastr.T
spud [coll.] [potato]bot.gastr.
pendiente {m} [esp.]
earring
bragas {f.pl} [esp.]
panties {pl}indum.
knickers {pl}indum.
cacao {m} [esp.]
cocoagastr.
gilipollas {noun} [esp.] [vulg.]
wanker [Br.] [vulg.]ofensivo
acompañanta {f} [esp.]
companion [female] [escort]
aparcamiento {m} [esp.]
parking lot [Am.]
asistenta {f} [esp.] [limpia por horas]
cleaner [maid, home help]prof.
baño {m} [esp. am.]
loo [Br.] [coll.]
bule {m} [esp.] [Madrid] [col.]
bustransp.
cacahuete {m} [esp.]
peanutbot.gastr.T
caña {f} [esp.] [col.]
wallop [Br.] [coll.]gastr.
caramelo {m} [esp.]
candy [Am.]
cortijo {m} [Esp]
farm [country estate]agr.
coste {m} [esp.]
cost
price
culamen {m} [vulg.] [esp.] [culo]
bum [Br.] [coll.]anat.
ejecutiva {f} [esp.] [junta directiva]
board of management
empollón {m} [pey.] [esp.]
swot [coll.] [pej.] [Br.]
empollona {f} [pey.] [esp.]
swot [female] [coll.] [pej.] [Br.]
encimera {f} [esp.]
counter [kitchen surface]mueb.
enritación {f} [esp.] [Jaén] [col.]
annoyance
fósforo {m} [esp. am.] [cerilla]
match [matchstick]
frigorífico {m} [esp.]
fridge
refrigerator
gamberro {m} [esp.] [vándalo]
vandal [destructive]
garito {m} [esp.] [Madrid] [col.]
boozer [bar] [Br.] [coll.]
glorieta {f} [rotonda] [esp.] [mex.] [sur.] [Colombia]
roundabouttrá.
gofre {m} [esp.]
wafflegastr.
gominola {f} [esp.]
gumdropgastr.
guiri {m} {f} [esp.] [col.] [pey.]
foreigner
manchurrón {m} [esp.] [col.]
smudge
manitas {m} [col.] [esp.]
handyman
moco {noun} [borracho] [esp.] [Madrid] [col.]
juicehead [drunkard] [Am.] [coll.]
monopatín {m} [esp.]
skateboarddep.
morro {m} [esp.] [col.] [desfachatez]
gall [fig.] [effrontery]
nube {f} [esp.] [golosina esponjosa]
marshmallowgastr.
pasmarote {m} [esp.] [col.]
dimwit [coll.]
patatas {f.pl} [esp.]
potatoesgastr.
peluco [reloj] {m} [esp.] [Madrid] [col.]
roly [Am.] [coll.]
pestazo {m} [esp.] [col.]
pong [coll.]
petaca {f} [esp.] [pitillera]
cigarette case
picadillo {m} [esp.] [Cuba]
mince [esp. Br.]gastr.
piedrecita {f} [esp.]
pebble
piti {m} [esp.] [col.]
joint [cigarette] [Am.] [coll.]
pringado {m} [perdedor] [esp.] [col.]
drop kick [Aus.] [coll.]
sudaca {m} {f} [pey.] [esp.]
South American
tenducho {m} [esp.] [pey.]
poky little shop [pej.]
tío {noun} [esp.] [col.]
dude [coll.] [Am.]
Transición {f} [esp.]
[transition to democracy in Spain after the Franco reign]hist.pol.
tronco [amigo] {m} [esp.] [col.]
pal [friend] [Am.] [coll.]
vídeo {m} [esp.]
videocine
zeta {m} [esp.] [col.]
cop car [coll.] [Am.]
fea carota {f} [esp.] [col.] [pey.] [fea cara]
ugly mug [coll.] [pej.] [ugly face]
patatas {f.pl} fritas [esp.]
fried potatoesgastr.
patatas fritas {f.pl} [esp.]
chips [Br.]gastr.
!No seas miedica! [esp.] [col.]
Don't be a scaredy-cat! [coll.]
¡Idos por ahí! [esp.] [col.]
Get lost! [coll.] [Said to more than one person]
¡No me rayes! [esp.] [col.]
Don't bug me! [Am.] [coll.]
de mala baba {adj} [esp.]
spiteful
chinchar a alguien [molestar a alguien] [esp.] [Sevilla] [col.]
to bother somebody
darse el piro [irse] [esp.] [Madrid] [col.]
to go away
hacer de canguro [esp.]
to babysit
hacer la mona [esp.] [Huelva] [col.]
to skip class
hacerse una paja [esp.] [vulg.]
to wank [Br.] [vulg.]
ser la repanocha [esp.] [col.]
to be unbelievable
tener una leche [esp.]
to be angryloc.
barrio {m} de chabolas [esp.]
shantytown
goma {f} de borrar [esp.]
eraser [Am.]
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