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SpanishEnglish
la {f}the
La abadía de NorthangerNorthanger Abbey [Jane Austen]
la acusadathe accused [female]
la Beneméritathe Spanish Civil Guard
La broma [Milan Kundera]The Joke
La brújula de NoéNoah's Compass [Anne Tyler]
La cabra siempre tira al monte.The leopard doesn't change its spots.
La campana de cristalThe Bell Jar [Sylvia Plath]
La canción de SalomónSong of Solomon [Toni Morrison]
La casa de los siete tejadosThe House of the Seven Gables [Nathaniel Hawthorne]
La casa es pequeña.The house is small.
La catedral del mar [Ildefonso Falcones]Cathedral of the Sea
La cizañaAsterix and the Roman Agent
La condesa de Hong KongA Countess from Hong Kong [Charlie Chaplin]
La emboscada [título en Hispanoamérica]Entrapment [Jon Amiel]
La feria de las vanidadesVanity Fair: A Novel without a Hero [William Makepeace Thackeray]
la Generalitat {f}The Generalitat [The Government of Catalonia]
La gran travesíaAsterix and the Great Crossing
La gran zanjaAsterix and the Great Divide
La Haya {f}The Hague
La hija de VercingétorixAsterix and the Chieftain's Daughter
La hoz de oroAsterix and the Golden Sickle
La isla del tesoroTreasure Island [Robert Louis Stevenson]
La legión invencibleShe Wore a Yellow Ribbon [John Ford]
la mar de bien [loc.]very well
la mayoría {f} de los presentesthe majority of those present
La muerte de Iván IlichThe Death of Ivan Ilyich [Leo Tolstoy]
La odisea de AstérixAsterix and the Black Gold [Albert Uderzo]
la peste negra(the) Black Death
La piña está agria. [fig.] [col.] [am.]Times are tough.
La práctica hace al maestro.Practice makes perfect.
la primera calle a la derechathe first road on the right
la punta del iceberg [fig.]the tip of the iceberg [fig.]
La quimera del oroThe Gold Rush [Charles Chaplin]
La residencia de los diosesThe Mansions of the Gods
La rosa y la espadaAsterix and the Secret Weapon
la semana pasadalast week
la semana próximanext week
la semana que vienenext week
La señora Parker y el círculo viciosoMrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle [Alan Rudolph]
La suerte está echada. [locución]The die is cast. [idiom]
La trampa [título en España]Entrapment [Jon Amiel]
La vi corriendo por la carretera.I saw her running along the road.
La vida en obras [Wolfgang Becker]Life is All You Get
La vida nueva [Orhan Pamuk]The New Life
la vísperathe day before
La vuelta a la Galia de AstérixAsterix and the Banquet
laberínticolabyrinthine
laberinto {m}labyrinth
laberinto {m}maze
labiallabial
labio {m}lip
labios {m.pl} [de la vagina]labia {pl}
labor {f}sewing [needlework]
labor {f}work [labour]
laborallabor [Am.] [attr.]
laborallabour [Br.] [attr.]
laboraloccupational
laboralwork-related
laboratorio {m}laboratory
laboriosidad {f}laboriousness
laboriosoindustrious
laborioso [trabajador]hardworking
labrador {m} [agricultor]farmer
labrar algo [arar]to plough sth. [Br.]
lábrido {m} de seis rayas [Pseudocheilinus hexataenia]six-line wrasse
labriego {m}farmworker
laburnum {m} (común) [Laburnum anagyroides](common) laburnum [also: golden chain / rain]
laca {f} (para el pelo)hairspray
lacerantehurtful
lacio [pelo]straight [hair]
lacónicolaconic
lactancia {f}breastfeeding
lactancia {f}nursing [feeding a baby]
lácteodairy [attr.] [e.g. cattle, farmer, product, van]
lácteos {m.pl}dairy [food group]
lactosa {f}lactose
lacustrelacustrine
ladear algoto incline sth.
ladear algoto tilt sth.
ladera {f} [declive de un monte]slope [hillside, mountainside]
ladilla {f} [Pthirus pubis]crab louse
ladillas {f.pl}crabs [coll.] [crab lice]
lado {m}side
lado {m} superiortop [upper side]
Ladón {m}Ladon
ladrarto bark
ladrido {m}barking
ladrillo {m}brick
ladrón {m}thief
Laertes {m}Laertes
lagar {m} [prensa del vino]winepress
lagarta {f}lizard [female]
lagartear [Bolivia] [col.]to laze around
lagartija {f}lizard
lagarto {m}lizard
lagarto {m} [am.]alligator
lagarto {m} ágil [Lacerta agilis]sand lizard
lago {m}lake
lago {m} de ZúrichLake Zürich
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