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dadaísmo {m}Dadaism
dadaístadadaist
dadaísta {f}dadaist [female]
dadaísta {m}dadaist
dadogiven
dado {m}die
dado vueltaupside-down
dados {m.pl}dice {pl}
daga {f}dagger
daga {f}dirk [Scot.]
daltonianocolor-blind [Am.]
daltonianocolour-blind [Br.]
daltónico [var.]color-blind [Am.]
daltónico [var.]colour-blind [Br.]
daltonismo {m}color blindness [Am.]
daltonismo {m}color-blindness [Am.]
daltonismo {m}colour blindness [Br.]
daltonismo {m}colour-blindness [Br.]
dama {f}lady
dama {f} [ajedrez]queen [chess]
damajuana {f}demijohn
damán {m} arborícola meridional [Dendrohyrax arboreus]southern tree dassie
damán {m} arborícola meridional [Dendrohyrax arboreus]southern tree hyrax
damán {m} de El Cabo [Procavia capensis]rock hyrax
damas {f.pl}checkers [Am.]
damas {f.pl}draughts [Br.]
Dame pan y dime tonto. [col.] [locución]Think of me what you will. [coll.] [idiom]
Dánae {f}Danaë
Dánao {m}Danaus
dañar algoto damage sth.
danésDanish
danés {m}Dane
danés {m}Danish
danesa {f}Dane [female]
dañinoharmful
dañino [poco saludable]unwholesome [harmful to physical or mental health]
daño {m}damage
daño {m}harm
danza {f}dance
danzarín {m}dancer
danzarina {f}dancer [female]
daoísmo {m}Daoism
daoísmo {m}Taoism
dar (un) consejoto give advice
dar a algn mala espina [col.] [locución]to make sb. uneasy
dar a algn repelús [col.] [locución]to give sb. the creeps [coll.] [idiom]
dar a luzto give birth
dar alcance a algnto catch up with sb.
dar algoto give sth.
dar algo por concluidoto conclude sth.
dar algo por hechoto take sth. for granted
dar ánimos a algnto encourage sb. [give hope to]
dar brincosto jump around
dar caña [col.] [apresurarse]to get a move on [coll.] [hurry]
dar clases a algnto educate sb.
Dar el alón y comerse la pechuga.Spend a penny to save a pound.
dar el pecho (a algn)to breastfeed (sb.)
dar el pego como algn/algoto pass for sb./sth. [successfully deceive]
dar el tonoto set the tone
dar empuje a algoto boost sth.
dar en el blanco [fig.]to hit the mark [fig.]
dar jalón a algn [recoger a algn] [cent.] [Guatemala] [col.]to pick sb. up
dar la cara por algn [col.] [locución]to stand up for sb. [coll.] [idiom] [defend]
dar la enhorabuena a algnto congratulate sb.
dar la lata a algn [col.] [fig.]to bother sb.
dar la murga a algn [col.]to bother sb.
dar la razón a algn [locución]to agree with sb.
dar las gracias a algnto thank sb.
dar lustre a la maderato gloss the wood
dar miedoscary [coll.]
dar palmasto clap
dar parte de algoto report sth. [announce, inform of]
dar pelota [col.] [cent.]to listen
dar por sentado que ...to take it for granted that ...
dar su brazo a torcer [col.] [locución]to let one's arm be twisted [coll.] [idiom] [give in to persuasion]
dar todos los pasos necesariosto take all the necessary steps
dar un disgusto a algn [locución]to make sb. very angry
dar un giro [fig.] [ocurrir un gran cambio]to take a turn [fig.] [to change a lot]
dar un manguerazo al patioto hose down the patio
dar un portazoto slam the door
dar un vuelco de ciento ochenta grados [también fig.]to make a one hundred and eighty degree turn [also fig.]
dar una caminatato go for a hike
dar una vaina [carib.] [col.] [locución]to come down with something [coll.] [idiom] [fall ill]
Dárdano {m}Dardanus
dardo {m}dart
darle (el) esquinazo a algn. [esp.] [col.] [locución] [esquivar]to give sb. the slip [coll.] [idiom]
darle brillo a algoto polish sth.
darmstadtio {m} <Ds>darmstadtium <Ds>
darse [ocurrir]to happen
darse [suceder]to transpire [happen]
darse a conocer como algn/algoto become known as sb./sth.
darse a la fuga [col.]to run away / off [flee]
darse con un canto en los dientes [col.] [locución]to think oneself lucky [coll.] [idiom]
darse contra algn/algo [col.]to bash into sb./sth. [coll.] [collide with]
darse cuenta de queto realise that
darse de bruces [locución]to fall flat on one's face
darse el piro [irse] [esp.] [Madrid] [col.]to go away
darse la vueltato turn around
darse prisato hurry
darse un chapuzónto take a dip [swim]
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