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e [palabra siguiente empieza en 'i', 'hi', 'y' o 'hy']and <&>
Eagro {m}Oeagrus
eale {f} [también : centícora]yale
ébano {m}ebony
ébola {m}Ebola
ebria {f}inebriate [female]
ebriedad {f}inebriation
ebrio {m}inebriate
eccema {m}eczema
echar a la suerte [locución]to toss a coin [to decide]
echar a perder algoto fudge sth. [coll.] [bungle]
echar a volarto start flying
echar algoto pour sth.
echar algoto pump sth. [dispense: petrol etc.]
echar algoto throw sth.
echar algo [tirar]to chuck sth. [coll.]
echar chispas [col.] [locución] [enojarse]to be hopping mad [coll.] [idiom]
echar de menos a-algn/algoto miss sb./sth.
echar el bofe [col.] [locución]to go all out [coll.] [idiom] [exert oneself to the utmost]
echar la bronca a algn [col.] [locución]to tell sb. off [coll.] [idiom]
echar la buena venturato tell fortunes
echar la pota [esp.] [col.]to puke [sl.]
echar las campanas al vuelo [col.]to celebrate
echar mano de su comida [col.] [locución]to get stuck into one's meal [coll.] [idiom]
echar un chorro de algoto squirt sth.
echar un patín [correr] [col.] [Cuba]to run
echar un polvo [vulg.]to fuck [vulg.]
echar un vistazoto peek
echar un vistazo a algoto have a (quick) look at sth.
echar una cabezadato catch some Zs [Am.] [coll.]
echar una manoto give a helping hand
echarle mente a algo [pensar en algo] [sur.] [Colombia] [col.]to mull it over [coll.]
echarle un perro a algnto sic a dog on sb. [Am.]
echarseto lie down
echarse (una) novia [col.]to get a girlfriend [coll.]
echarse un coyotito [col.] [mex.]to have a siesta
echarse un meo [col.]to go for a slash [Br.] [vulg.] [urinate]
echarse un palo [col.] [tomar una cerveza ] [sur.] [Venezuela]to booze [Am.] [coll.]
echarse una araña [orinar] [cent.] [El Salvador] [col.]to take a leak [sl.]
eclecticismo {m}eclecticism
eclesiología {f}ecclesiology
eclipse {m}eclipse
eclipse {m} de lunaeclipse of the moon
eclipse {m} de lunalunar eclipse
eclipse {m} de soleclipse of the sun
eclipse {m} de solsolar eclipse
eclipse {m} lunar parcialpartial eclipse of the moon
eclipse {m} lunar parcialpartial lunar eclipse
eclipse {m} solar parcialpartial eclipse of the sun
eclipse {m} solar parcialpartial solar eclipse
eclíptica {f}ecliptic
eco {m} [repetición de sonido] [también fig.]echo [also fig.]
ecografía {f}CT scan
ecolalia {f}echolalia
ecolocación {f}echolocation
ecóloga {f}ecologist [expert] [female]
ecología {f}ecology
ecología {f} de poblacionespopulation ecology
ecología {f} del comportamientobehavioral ecology [Am.]
ecología {f} del comportamientobehavioural ecology [Br.]
ecología {f} del paisajelandscape ecology
ecología {f} evolutivaevolutionary ecology
ecología {f} forestalforest ecology
ecología {f} químicachemical ecology
ecológicoecologic [ecological]
ecológicoenvironmentally friendly
ecologismo {m}environmentalism
ecologista {f}ecologist [female]
ecologista {m}ecologist
ecólogo {m}ecologist [expert]
economato {m}commissary [Am.] [store selling to military or prisoners]
economía {f}economy
economía {f} de mercadomarket economy
económicosparing [economical, not extragavant]
economista {f}economist [female]
economista {m}economist
ecopraxia {f}echopraxia
ecosistema {m}ecological system
ecosistema {m}ecosystem
ecotoxicología {f}ecotoxicology
ectoparásito {m}ectoparasite
ectoplasma {m}ectoplasm
ectrodactilia {f}ectrodactyly
ecuación {f}equation
ecuación {f} de LaplaceLaplace's equation
ecuación {f} de SchrödingerSchrödinger equation
Ecuador {m}Ecuador
ecuador {m}equator
ecuanimidad {f} [imparcialidad]impartiality
ecuatoriana {f}Ecuadorean [female]
ecuatoriana {f}Ecuadorian [female]
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