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quántum {m}quantum
quark {m}quark
quásar {m}quasar
quewhich [that]
que admite más de una interpretaciónambiguous
Qué bonito es ver la lluvia y no mojarse.Criticism is easy, and art is difficult.
qué duda cabeof course
Qué hacer en caso de incendio [Gregor Schnitzler]What to Do in Case of Fire?
que ni pintado [col.] [locución]to a T [idiom]
Qué pereza! [col.] [cent.] [Costa Rica]What a drag!
que se puede pasarpassable [able to be traversed]
Que toche este tipo. [Venezuela] [col.]This bloke's a right berk. [Br.] [coll.]
que vale la penaworthwhile
quebradero {m} de cabeza [col.]headache [fig.] [annoying problem]
quebradizo [cosa]brittle
quebradura {f}break [fracture]
quebrarto go bankrupt
quebrar algoto break sth.
quebrar lanzas [fig.]to argue
quebrar lanzas [fig.]to cross swords [fig.]
quedarto stay
quedar [citarse]to make an appointment
quedar [sobrar]to remain
quedar [tamaño, talla]to fit [clothes, shoes, etc.]
quedar a-algn/algo [tamaño]to fit sb./sth. [be the right size]
quedar satisfechoto be satisfied
quedar tamañitoto be baffled
quedar tamañitoto be gobsmacked [Br.] [coll.]
quedarseto remain
quedarseto stay
quedarse a cenarto stay for supper
quedarse atónitoto boggle
quedarse con algoto keep sth. [retain possession]
quedarse de piedra [col.] [fig.]to be gobsmacked [coll.] [fig.]
quedarse dormidoto fall asleep
quedarse mirando a algn/algoto goggle at sb./sth.
quedarse parado [fig.]to be baffled
quedarse rezagadoto fall behind
quedarse sin aireto run out of air
quedarse sin respiraciónto be winded [gasping for air due to overexertion or a punch in the solar plexus]
quehacer {m}chore
quehacer {m}task
quehacer {m}work
queja {f}complaint
queja {f}gripe [coll.] [complaint, protest]
queja {f}whinge [Br.] [coll.]
queja {f}winge [Aus.] [coll.]
quejarseto beef [coll.]
quejarseto moan [complain]
quejarseto whinge [Br.] [coll.]
quejarseto winge [Aus.] [coll.]
quejarse (de algo)to complain (about sth.)
quejosowhimpering [whining]
quejumbrosowhining [complaining]
quelvacho {m} de aleta amarilla [Centrophorus lusitanicus]lowfin gulper shark
quelvacho {m} de aleta negra [Centrophorus isodon]blackfin gulper shark
quemador {m}burner
quemadura {f}burn
quemadura {f}singe
quemadura {f} de solsunburn
quemar (algo)to burn (sth.)
quemar el tenis [Cuba] [carib.] [col.]to scarper [Br.] [coll.]
quepí {m}kepi
querellante {f}complainant [female]
querellante {f}plaintiff [female]
querellante {m}complainant
querer a una mujerto love a woman
querer a-algn/algoto like sb./sth.
querer a-algn/algoto love sb./sth.
querer a-algn/algoto want sb./sth.
querer decir algoto mean sth.
querer una mujerto want a woman
Quería ...I would like (to have) ...
querida {f}darling [female]
queroseno {m}kerosene
Querría ...I would like ... [conditional]
querubín {m}cherub
queso {m}cheese
queso {m} azulblue cheese
queso {m} camembertcamembert
queso {m} cheddarcheddar
queso {m} cremacream cheese
queso {m} cremosocream cheese
queso {m} cremoso [como Brie]soft cheese
queso {m} cremoso semicuradosemi-soft cheese
queso {m} curadohard cheese
queso {m} de cabragoat's cheese
queso {m} de cerdobrawn [jellied pig's head, head cheese]
queso {m} frescofresh cheese
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