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SpanishEnglish
naan {m}naan (bread)
nabina {f}rapeseed
nabo {m}turnip
nabo {m} suecoswede
nácar {m}mother-of-pearl
nácar {m}nacre
nacarada {f} [Argynnis paphia]silver-washed fritillary [butterfly]
nacerto be born
nacerto come aborning [esp. Am.] [also fig.]
nacidoborn <b.>
nacienteaborning [esp. Am.] [being born or created]
nacimiento {m}birth
nación {f}nation
nacionalnational
nacionalidad {f}nationality
nacionalismo {m}nationalism
nacionalistanationalist
nacionalista {f}nationalist [female]
nacionalista {m}nationalist
nacionalización {f}nationalisation [Br.]
nacionalización {f}nationalization
nacionalizar algoto nationalise sth. [Br.]
nacionalizar algoto nationalize sth.
nacionalsocialismo {m}National Socialism
Naciones {f} Unidas <NN. UU.>United Nations <UN>
nadanever [not at all]
nadanothing
Nada de lo que dices tiene sentido.Nothing (that) you say makes sense.
Nada hay nuevo debajo del sol.There is nothing new under the sun.
nada másas soon as
nadador {m}swimmer
nadadora {f}swimmer [female]
nadar (algo)to swim (sth.)
nadar a lo perrito [col.]to do the doggie-paddle [coll.]
nadar contra corriente [fig.] [locución]to buck the trend [idiom]
nadar estilo crolto do the crawl [also: swim the crawl]
nadieno one [Am.]
nadieno-one [Br.]
nadienobody
Nadie decía nada.Nobody was saying anything.
nadir {m}nadir
nado {m} [am.]swimming
nadolol {m} [C17H27NO4]nadolol
naftalina {f} [C10H8]naphthalene
naginata {f}naginata
nailon {m}nylon
naipe {m} [baraja]playing card
nalga {f}buttock
nalga {f}cheek [coll.] [buttock]
Namibia {f}Namibia
nandrolona {f} [C18H26O2]nandrolone
nanoplancton {m}nanoplankton
nanotecnología {f}nanotechnology
nanotubo {m}nanotube
napia {f} [col.]beak [coll.] [prominent, often hooked nose]
napia {f} [col.]conk [coll.] [esp. Br.] [nose]
napoleón {m} [chil.]pliers {pl}
Nápoles {m}Naples
napolitana {f}Neapolitan [female]
napolitanoNeapolitan
napolitano {m}Neapolitan
naranjaorange
naranja {f}orange
naranja {f} sanguina / rojablood orange
naranja {m}orange [colour]
naranjada {f}orangeade
naranjal {m}orange grove
naranjo {m}orange tree
narcisismo {m}narcissism
narciso {m}daffodil
narcosis {f}narcosis
narcóticonarcotic
narcótico {m}narcotic
narcotizar a algnto narcotize sb.
narcotraficante {f}drug trafficker / dealer [female]
narcotraficante {m}drug trafficker / dealer
narcotráfico {m}drug trafficking
narguile {m}hookah
naricilla {f}little nose
naricita {f}little nose
naringenina {f} [C15H12O5]naringenin
nariz {f}nose [Nasus]
nariz {f} aguileñaaquiline nose
nariz {f} ganchudahooked nose
narizota {f} [col.]big conk [coll.] [esp. Br.]
narizota {f} [col.]schnozzle [Am.] [coll.]
nasalnasal
násticonastic
nata {f}cream
nata {f} agriasour cream
nata {f} líquidasingle cream [Br.]
nata {f} montadawhipped cream
nata {f} para montardouble cream
natación {f}swimming
natalicio {m}birthday
natamicina {f} [C33H47NO13] [E-235]natamycin
natátilfloatable
natillas {f.pl}custard {sg}
natoborn [natural, congenital]
naturalnative [place of origin]
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